web site hit counter The Muffin Tin Cookbook: 200 Fast, Delicious Mini-Pies, Pasta Cups, Gourmet Pockets, Veggie Cakes, and More! - Ebooks PDF Online
Hot Best Seller

The Muffin Tin Cookbook: 200 Fast, Delicious Mini-Pies, Pasta Cups, Gourmet Pockets, Veggie Cakes, and More!

Availability: Ready to download

Muffin Tins--They're Not Just for Muffins AnymoreThere's nothing you can't make in a muffin tin--and we're not talking merely muffins. All you need is a muffin tin, paper liners, and this ingenious, one-of-a-kind cookbook, and you can whip up delicious dishes that are as easy to prepare and serve as they are good to eat! From quick-serve appetizers and sides to gourmet ent Muffin Tins--They're Not Just for Muffins AnymoreThere's nothing you can't make in a muffin tin--and we're not talking merely muffins. All you need is a muffin tin, paper liners, and this ingenious, one-of-a-kind cookbook, and you can whip up delicious dishes that are as easy to prepare and serve as they are good to eat! From quick-serve appetizers and sides to gourmet entr?es and desserts, you'll find an amazing variety of mouthwatering options for your dining pleasure, including: Shrimp Cakes with Cilantro Lime Dipping Sauce Egg Crescent Pockets Deep-Dish Pizza Cups Cornmeal-Crusted Mustard Chicken with Sweet Potato Coins Duchess Potatoes Zucchini, Corn, and Tomato Cups Mini Ice-Cream Cakes The best part (besides the tasty goodness!): It's fast, easy, mess-free, and provides built-in portion control. Kids will love to help you make them--like cupcakes, only better for your family!--and leftovers are as easy as popping the muffin-meal into the microwave. It just doesn't get any better than The Muffin Tin Cookbook . . . your next memorable meal is just a muffin tin away!


Compare

Muffin Tins--They're Not Just for Muffins AnymoreThere's nothing you can't make in a muffin tin--and we're not talking merely muffins. All you need is a muffin tin, paper liners, and this ingenious, one-of-a-kind cookbook, and you can whip up delicious dishes that are as easy to prepare and serve as they are good to eat! From quick-serve appetizers and sides to gourmet ent Muffin Tins--They're Not Just for Muffins AnymoreThere's nothing you can't make in a muffin tin--and we're not talking merely muffins. All you need is a muffin tin, paper liners, and this ingenious, one-of-a-kind cookbook, and you can whip up delicious dishes that are as easy to prepare and serve as they are good to eat! From quick-serve appetizers and sides to gourmet entr?es and desserts, you'll find an amazing variety of mouthwatering options for your dining pleasure, including: Shrimp Cakes with Cilantro Lime Dipping Sauce Egg Crescent Pockets Deep-Dish Pizza Cups Cornmeal-Crusted Mustard Chicken with Sweet Potato Coins Duchess Potatoes Zucchini, Corn, and Tomato Cups Mini Ice-Cream Cakes The best part (besides the tasty goodness!): It's fast, easy, mess-free, and provides built-in portion control. Kids will love to help you make them--like cupcakes, only better for your family!--and leftovers are as easy as popping the muffin-meal into the microwave. It just doesn't get any better than The Muffin Tin Cookbook . . . your next memorable meal is just a muffin tin away!

30 review for The Muffin Tin Cookbook: 200 Fast, Delicious Mini-Pies, Pasta Cups, Gourmet Pockets, Veggie Cakes, and More!

  1. 5 out of 5

    Jessi

    When asked by a friend to describe this book, only one word came to mind: odd. My library simply listed the title as "The Muffin Tin Cookbook", so I expected the book to be all muffin recipes. When I found that the book offered ways to fix all meals- breakfast, lunch, dinner, even appetizers and snacks- using muffin tins, I was intrigued. However. I found most of the recipes to be unnecessary, for lack of a better word. For example, we are given a recipe for hardboiled eggs in a muffin tin- why When asked by a friend to describe this book, only one word came to mind: odd. My library simply listed the title as "The Muffin Tin Cookbook", so I expected the book to be all muffin recipes. When I found that the book offered ways to fix all meals- breakfast, lunch, dinner, even appetizers and snacks- using muffin tins, I was intrigued. However. I found most of the recipes to be unnecessary, for lack of a better word. For example, we are given a recipe for hardboiled eggs in a muffin tin- why would you need to do that? For the sole purpose of proving that you can cook everything in a muffin tin? I do have some savories and main courses I prepare with muffin pans, but I don't think that it's necessary to have *this* many recipes for your muffin tin. I can't imagine preparing a large number of these- oh, the monotony! I do recognize that part of the purpose of this book is to provide a means of portion control. It seems to me that having recipes that make smaller meals (that serve fewer people) would be a more effective method. What would stop the reader from simply eating more "muffin" meals? I mean, if I was on a diet that focused on portion control, and I really wanted to eat more of a dish, I'd reach for another muffin-sized portion. Many cookbooks (for those actively trying to be conscious of portion size, and others) already offer portion size recommendations. I feel like the book is simply repackaging that idea: "This book is better for you because we're essentially cutting up your food into portion sizes before it comes out of the oven, rather than after." Which to me feels like a rip-off, particularly since many of the recipes in the book don't even sound that good (or sound too strange or unnecessary to attempt.) The book is based on an interesting concept, one that was taken several steps too far.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Orbs n Rings

    Easy and quick inspirational recipes add excitement to your daily cooking routine. Have you been looking for some new inspiration in the kitchen? Then I think you may want to give The Muffin Tin Cookbook a try. I was skeptical and not sure how this cookbook would go over with me considering the theme. So what better way to review it than to read it from front to back and then grab a few recipes to try out. The Muffin Tin Cookbook includes 200 recipes that can be prepared using muffin tins. The Easy and quick inspirational recipes add excitement to your daily cooking routine. Have you been looking for some new inspiration in the kitchen? Then I think you may want to give The Muffin Tin Cookbook a try. I was skeptical and not sure how this cookbook would go over with me considering the theme. So what better way to review it than to read it from front to back and then grab a few recipes to try out. The Muffin Tin Cookbook includes 200 recipes that can be prepared using muffin tins. The Muffin Tin Cookbook is broken down into 9 chapters from Appetizers and Snacks to Desserts. Each individual recipe has a little icon next to it letting you know which size muffin pan is required for that particular recipe. Some of the recipes you cook directly in the tin while others require you to use liners, with some you also use pie crusts and even crescent rolls. You have a wide variety of different recipes to choose from so you will never get bored using your muffin tins. I really like how quick these recipes are to prepare, which had me turning to this book again and again for meals. They are also easy to serve and my family was happy to try the different dishes I whipped up. One of my favorites recipes in the book and one that my family loves are the "Stuffed Potato Cups" from chapter 6, "Potatoes, Rice, Pizza and Pasta. This recipe uses shredded hash browns as a base and regular sized muffin tins. Another great recipe that is a hit with kids are the "Mac and Cheese Cups," which uses whole wheat elbow macaroni and jumbo muffin tins. The great thing about this book is how each regular and jumbo muffin cup makes one serving size so portion control comes easier to those who are watching their weight. The author Brette Sember also lists calories, fat and other nutritional information per serving for easy reference. This is one great cookbook that I won't be lending out to any friend, as I know for sure if I do, I won't be getting it back.

  3. 5 out of 5

    ReadingWench

    My only criticism in this book is I wish it had more pictures. This cookbook has quick and easy recipes and readily available ingredients.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Laura LeBlanc

    great info.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Arlian

    Man, I am so disappointed with this book. I was really excited about this concept, but the execution was really pathetic. This book kind of reminds me those "Man with a Can" cookbooks. You know, where all you can do is imagine sad, lonely, depressed, alcoholics cooking in the dilapidated kitchen of their double wide trailer? Also potentially playing sad music? That's the kind of the book this is. The concept of cooking a bunch of stuff (that's not muffins) in a muffin tin is awesome. However this Man, I am so disappointed with this book. I was really excited about this concept, but the execution was really pathetic. This book kind of reminds me those "Man with a Can" cookbooks. You know, where all you can do is imagine sad, lonely, depressed, alcoholics cooking in the dilapidated kitchen of their double wide trailer? Also potentially playing sad music? That's the kind of the book this is. The concept of cooking a bunch of stuff (that's not muffins) in a muffin tin is awesome. However this author has this super white-trash-dollar-store take on what that means. The recipes are all "mix this pre-made and purchased sugary, fatty, trashy thing with this other processed trash". For example "Nacho Bites" that are made mostly with Fritos, sour cream, cheese, and fried meat. Not even Tortilla chips. "For extra fast belly-fat collection and catostrophic liver failure use Fritos(tm)!" Also, we are encouraged to eat this with a Fork. NO ONE eats shit cooked with Fritos with a fork. Also a lot of the recipes involve pushing whitebread into the muffin tin to create a "crust". Ew. Just. Ew. When we aren't encouraged to use processed trash, the author tells us to put things in a muffin tin that are perfectly easy to cook not-in-a-muffin-tin. Like hard-boiled egg--cook it for a mere 17 minutes!! Such Fast! So Wow!!! Another example is stuffed button mushrooms. The author tells us we can put them in a muffin tin so they won't "move around" white we are filling them. It's not exactly hard to put a spoonful of mush into a mushroom cap. I am kinda curious. Is this persons name a pseudonym for Paula Dean? Also, if this author is elderly, please strike all my complaints. I understand this kind of cooking style was really popular in the 50's, and I seriously hate to rag on the elderly. Anyone younger than that should know better though.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Sandra Noel

    Who doesn't like cute little one-hand dishes? Everything from muffins to meatloaf and puddings to potatoes are made in muffin tins. Recipes call for either mini, regular or jumbo tins. As the mother of four children, I enjoy making food fun for them and what's more fun than little individual dishes? We've had fun with this cookbook. We had the Chicken Florentine Meatloaf for supper the other night. I had ground turkey instead of chicken, but we all know they are interchangeable. It was a huge hi Who doesn't like cute little one-hand dishes? Everything from muffins to meatloaf and puddings to potatoes are made in muffin tins. Recipes call for either mini, regular or jumbo tins. As the mother of four children, I enjoy making food fun for them and what's more fun than little individual dishes? We've had fun with this cookbook. We had the Chicken Florentine Meatloaf for supper the other night. I had ground turkey instead of chicken, but we all know they are interchangeable. It was a huge hit with the kids. What a great way to get some good spinach in them!! I myself hate regular cooked spinach, so I won't force my kids to eat it. I love being able to incorporate it in a dish that they love, though, and this one worked great. My third child just had her 11th birthday, so for her birthday breakfast I made the Baby Dutch Babies. I didn't have the strawberries, so I just sprinkled with powdered sugar and chocolate sprinkles and they were demolished in short order. We had company last night, and I made the Mini Yorkshire Puddings to go with the pork chops and potatoes and, once again, they were a big hit. This is not a cookbook for food snobs by any means. You're not going to find exotic ingredients and intricate processes, but who wants to cook that way all the time? This is a fun, easy cookbook great for casual entertaining, people with kids or people who just like fun food. I received a copy of this cookbook from Adams Media for my honest review. All thoughts and opinions are my own.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Mtbike40

    The muffin tin is a very versatile cooking device that I have obviously been under utilizing in my kitchen. This cookbook has amazed and inspired me as to what is possible by using the muffin tins of different sizes to create delicious in compact bundles of goodness. This cookbook has over 200 recipes in it for the home cook that wants to bring all the flavors together. From appetizers, to your main course and desert you can cook for the whole family in your muffin tins, and don't forget breakfas The muffin tin is a very versatile cooking device that I have obviously been under utilizing in my kitchen. This cookbook has amazed and inspired me as to what is possible by using the muffin tins of different sizes to create delicious in compact bundles of goodness. This cookbook has over 200 recipes in it for the home cook that wants to bring all the flavors together. From appetizers, to your main course and desert you can cook for the whole family in your muffin tins, and don't forget breakfast. The breakfast recipes provide ways to prepare eggs, hash browns and more to make savory breakfast ideas. There is a section for vegetables and of course a chapter on muffins and breads. If you are going to get serious about using this book, you are going to want to make sure that you have mini, regular and jumbo size muffin tins around the house. Watch the discussion board section for this book to see what recipes we try and what we think of each.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Rama

    Cooking the muffin way When I first came across this book, I thought this all about baking muffins, but I was surprised to know that the author has created a new way of making muffins, with recipes for breakfast, lunch and dinners. This is fun way of cooking and being creative with nice ideas for healthy and nutritious cooking. It is easy to prepare, serve, and entertain the guests or the family members. The author provides a good introduction for selecting and using the various muffin tins and m Cooking the muffin way When I first came across this book, I thought this all about baking muffins, but I was surprised to know that the author has created a new way of making muffins, with recipes for breakfast, lunch and dinners. This is fun way of cooking and being creative with nice ideas for healthy and nutritious cooking. It is easy to prepare, serve, and entertain the guests or the family members. The author provides a good introduction for selecting and using the various muffin tins and muffin crusts available in the market. The Banana Pecan muffins (page 173), chicken Florentine meatloaf (page 83), Individual chicken casserole (page 97), Salmon pie (page 83), Black bottom strawberry cheesecake (page 196), and Baked Veggie stir-fry (page 167) are some of the interesting recipes I am going to try for my family.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Angie

    I think the sign of a good cookbook is when you can't get it back. The book arrived and first my Mother borrowed it, then my Aunt, then her neighbor. Everyone is loving it and the great ideas. I've only heard raving reviews of the things that people have tried and I look forward to getting it back eventually so we can cook up some of these great receipes for ourselves. Thank you Goodreads First Reads for this great book! I think the sign of a good cookbook is when you can't get it back. The book arrived and first my Mother borrowed it, then my Aunt, then her neighbor. Everyone is loving it and the great ideas. I've only heard raving reviews of the things that people have tried and I look forward to getting it back eventually so we can cook up some of these great receipes for ourselves. Thank you Goodreads First Reads for this great book!

  10. 4 out of 5

    Kathleen

    Novel.... making *everything* in muffin tins. Some recipes had you fill 9 of the cups, ok.... Some recipes just seemed pointless. Portion control was the best arguement for this method of cooking. I do like the breakfast-to-go aspect (and the muffins!) but will leave lasagna in my square pan thanks.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Susan

    Yum! I had to return this book before I was able to try any of the recipes, but I love the idea of it. This is a book more to own than to check out from the library. I'll put it on my Santa list maybe. Yum! I had to return this book before I was able to try any of the recipes, but I love the idea of it. This is a book more to own than to check out from the library. I'll put it on my Santa list maybe.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Kathie

    The concept of cooking anything in a muffin tin has been around since the invention of the muffin tin. These recipes are inventive, but there were no pictures to see how they should look when done.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Kate

    Cute idea. Too much extra work for me. I'd rather clean one pan than 12 muffin cups. Cute idea. Too much extra work for me. I'd rather clean one pan than 12 muffin cups.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Sherri

    This has lots of great ideas for all courses. Only thing is that it lacks photos.

  15. 5 out of 5

    Deb Shambrook

    Found several recipes that I want to try. It was worth checking out of the library.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Lee

    thought i would like this cookbook more, but not so much hate when they put the pictures of the food in the center of the book

  17. 4 out of 5

    Jane

    Excellent!

  18. 4 out of 5

    Melissa

    This review can be found at www.ifithaswords.blogspot.com or www.amazon.com as part of the Vine program. This review can be found at www.ifithaswords.blogspot.com or www.amazon.com as part of the Vine program.

  19. 5 out of 5

    Kristy

    It has no photos. I want to see photos of what I'm making. It has no photos. I want to see photos of what I'm making.

  20. 5 out of 5

    Ivy Zheng

    This book is going to be the best. I really like to cook so this book going to guide me throught it eheheheheheh>3 I really enjoy cooking on my weekends and read to!!!!

  21. 5 out of 5

    Kristy

  22. 4 out of 5

    Jennifer Holt

  23. 4 out of 5

    Jovita Salinas

  24. 4 out of 5

    Monica Bhide

  25. 4 out of 5

    Bellanotte

  26. 5 out of 5

    Roxy

  27. 4 out of 5

    Allison

  28. 5 out of 5

    Chrissy

  29. 4 out of 5

    Kristina Franken

  30. 5 out of 5

    Alexander

Add a review

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Loading...
We use cookies to give you the best online experience. By using our website you agree to our use of cookies in accordance with our cookie policy.