Muffin Tin Chef Signed Copy Giveaway

Muffin Tin Chef Signed Copy Giveaway


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Last week, I shared two recipes inspired by Matt Kadey’s book, Muffin Tin Chef: potato and egg cupcakes and stuffed French toast cupcakes.  This week, I’m giving away a signed copy of the book so one lucky reader can explore 99 other ideas!

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116 comments on “Muffin Tin Chef Signed Copy Giveaway”

  1. Rima says:

    potato, eggs & turkey bacon muffin. Yum. With spicy butter. YUM.

  2. Nicole Moore says:

    I love making baby quiches for a quick breakfast

  3. Jen says:

    Little mini quiches are my favorite non-sweet thing to make in a (mini) muffin tin. Yum, yum – I might have to make that for breakfast tomorrow!

  4. Jen says:

    Mini meatloaves with potato “frosting”

  5. Kylie says:

    Eggs baked in bread cups and sprinkled with bacon!

  6. Terri says:

    I like making mini meatloaves.

  7. i like to make mini spaghetti lasagnes

  8. Wendy says:

    miniature mexican frittatas!

  9. Sara says:

    I love to make crustless quiche with quinoa and kale.

  10. Kristin says:

    I love making candy in the mini muffin tins. My favorite is chocolate filled with almonds and gooey caramel.

  11. Chrissy says:

    I would love to make mini cheesecakes in the cupcake pan.

  12. fongzz says:

    I would love to convert the caramelised pork belly recipe that I absolutely love into muffin pan version. Perhaps a pork belly “quiche” – crusted rice as case, crispy skin pork belly in the middle, filled just about full with an eggy custard filling and topped with shredded cabbage and apple mixed with a spicy vinegrette. Yum!

  13. Little pizza Puffs!

  14. I’ve made baby meatloaves in it and that’s about it. I have a hard time getting things out of it unless they are a bread. Would love to WIN this cookbook – it would be fun to use it for kid lunches this summer!

    Tina ‘the book lady’

  15. Loved that giveaway! Short & sweet. =D LOL

  16. R says:

    egg and bacon cups!

  17. wej says:

    I LOVE making individual meatloaf in my muffin tins!

  18. Nina says:

    Hi, I’m not sure I entered properly …! but my favorite non-cupcake thing to make in my cupcake tin is little meat-loaves.

  19. susies1955 says:

    Meatloaf. It’s great to have MORE ideas.
    Susie
    susies@twcny.rr.com

  20. Rachael M says:

    How awesome. This is such a great way to portion control. I am in. Good luck to all.

    Minorsweettooth@gmail.com

  21. Anonymous says:

    Oh my! I can’t even pick one item! Would be perfect to make meals for my grandkids – I watch them while their parents work!!! I think I’d start with the little meatloafs.
    Francine W.

  22. Sotis says:

    Quiche! Meatloaf! Cheesecake!Jello!

  23. This is so cool – thank you! Not sure what my fav is, except maby baby mac’n’ cheeses!

  24. Jessica McCarthy says:

    I love using my muffin tin to make mini sloppy joe biscuits!!

  25. Luvdaylilies says:

    I’ve made Eggy McMuffin breakfast sandwiches(pinterest) using a muffin tin. I’d love to try some other recipes, thanks for the chance=)

  26. Jill says:

    I love using my muffin tin to make cookie cups.

  27. Sarai says:

    Individual Lasagna

  28. Would love to make mini meatloafs…my 5 yr old loves them.

  29. Sarah says:

    sloppy joes in croissant shells

  30. heather says:

    Agh-i would so love to get my hands on this cookbook. Ever since moving to a higher altitude, i have had major issues cooking. But this looks like so much fun! And my girls would think it is fun too!!! i would love to try any of the breakfast recipes!!

  31. MarthaT says:

    I have never seen this cookbook, but it is definitely going on my Amazon Wishlist!

    I like Rafflecopter because I don’t have to copy and paste all the instructions, then hope I didn’t forget one!

  32. I like making egg mcmuffin cups in my muffin pan

  33. Pat R says:

    My large muffin tin is the perfect size for ground turkey and vegetable peppers.

    psrrn@aol.com

  34. Popovers!!!. Especially rosemary popovers.

    msgb245 at gmail dot com

  35. Becky says:

    I want to try the mini meatloafs with the mashed potato on top!

  36. Alexandra Cook says:

    I love it! My sister has made so many recipes I want to try them also!!!

  37. Anonymous says:

    I love using the muffin tin, flipped over, so that I can make chocolate cups to fill with various things.

    Elin
    elinmariewoods@hotmail.com

  38. Unknown says:

    I recently used my cupcake and muffin tins to make ice for the punchbowl. I put an assortment of lemons, limes, cherries, etc. for color and they turned out really nice.

  39. Samantha says:

    Most definitely lasanga!

  40. Maria says:

    Mini spinach dip in bread bowls! But my mom makes a great cupcake lasagna, and I plan on giving this book to her if I win!

  41. Liz says:

    I make mini-quiches and freeze them for quick breakfast and lunch days!

  42. Denise says:

    bacon and cheese mini fritatas

  43. Anonymous says:

    What don’t I use cupcake tins for? They are the perfect size for toddlers! Favorites are meatloaves and a pizza-pasta bake that I created.

  44. Anonymous says:

    I like to make banana bread in muffin tins, and for kids, instead of regular sized cupcakes, I like to use the mini ones. I love how it cuts down on baking time and makes snacking so easy.

  45. My favorite non-cupcake thing to make is probably mini egg quiches–breakfast to go! :)

  46. Oh my gosh- this looks awesome. I love cooking in muffin tins – egg casseroles, breads, meatloaf, etc. and can always use more ideas.

  47. Jamie says:

    I really enjoy making mini quiches in my muffin tin. In addition, I have always wanted to try making those chocolate chip cookie bowls that you bake on the bottom of your muffin tins.

  48. Cindy B. says:

    I would love to try the Lasagna Cup recipe.
    cindyskitchen@yahoo.com

  49. Barbara says:

    mini fritatas!

  50. Denise B says:

    Ham and cheese egg cups
    dlbrode@yahoo.com

  51. Sarah Lynn says:

    Twice baked potatoes in muffin tins or flip them over and form cookie dough around cups. Once baked, you have cookie cups.

  52. witknitter says:

    I like to make Eggs Benedict in muffin cups.
    I hope you don’t use Rafflecopter again, I found it to be very annoying.

  53. CariElf says:

    Those little pita cups with the tomatoes on the cover look awesome.

  54. NotKnit says:

    I really want to try lasagna and frittatas in muffin tins. Muffin tin recipes seem especially convenient for feeding my kids – the portions are good and I can serve just them if they need to go to bed sooner or we are running late for something else. I’ve seen the cookie cup idea someone posted above and want to try that as well.

  55. Sandie says:

    I like to bake wonton wrappers in a muffin tin until crisp then fill them with crab salad

  56. Trez says:

    I made a breakfast dish: I lined each muffin cup with a slice of turkey bacon before adding an egg. I baked for about 15 minutes before removing them from the oven. They were edible, but didn’t come out as I hoped.

  57. crystal says:

    I like to make individual baked zitis in my tins! I also want to try butternut squash mac & cheese “cupcakes”…

  58. Carissa Dawn says:

    I’ve made mac and cheese, enchiladas, meat loafs, and cheesecakes in cupcake pans.

  59. Nicki K. says:

    I’d love to try making baked eggs in toast cups for brunch at some point.

  60. Anne M. says:

    I love making mini quiches in my cupcake tins along with mac n cheese. It’s such an easy way to make small, easy to grab portions.

  61. Amanda says:

    I love making meatoaf in my muffin tins….perfect size.

  62. Brittany says:

    MMmmmm mini spinach and artichoke dip in baked in mini bread bowls :)

  63. ljc22067 says:

    I make individual brownies in my cupcake tins and top them with peanut butter frosting and a mini reeses cup…kids love them.

  64. Juli says:

    I love all things mini – am always in need of brunch finger food ideas beyond mini bacon and potato frittatas

  65. Gabriella says:

    My favorite thing to make is apple pies…my kids love them. They’ll eat anything cupcake size! Lol

  66. Chantile says:

    I adore my mini muffin pan. Makes the perfect bite. Baby Quiche, brownie bites, phyllo cups.

  67. Maureen says:

    I like making mini quiche and appetizers.

  68. Anonymous says:

    I use my miffin tins for any form of pie imaginable. Both sweet and savory. Bases from bread, pastry, wraps, cookies anything! My kids are hooked and will make there own designs.

    natasha

  69. Alexandra says:

    I don’t know how to use the Rafflecopter properly, but I love making mini pies in my cupcake tin! :)

  70. I’ve used my mini muffin tin to make mini meatloaf “cupcakes” with mashed potato “frosting” for hors d’oeuvres.

  71. kellyz says:

    taco “cupcakes”

  72. Diane says:

    I love to make stuffing/dressing cups in my cupcake tins !

  73. Stacy says:

    I would love to try the stuffed French Toast cupcakes–sound amazing!

  74. Unknown says:

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  75. Unknown says:

    I love making mini quiches.

  76. Cooking in muffin tins seems to be big this year – definitely something I have to try! I cannot for the life of me figure out how to enter for the giveaway.

  77. I’m going to try and make mac and cheese in my cupcake tins and meatloaf. I know it’s not original but it’s a start!

  78. Agos says:

    I can tell you what not to make on cupcake tins: whoopie pies lol.

  79. The day will come when all of dinner will be in cupcake form.

  80. Anyways, I would try to make….pizza? I don’t know. It would be cool to see sushi in cupcake form though…don’t know if that will ever happen, but, I can dream, right? :3

  81. I’ve been wanting to try the baked eggs to freeze that’s all over Pinterest. Seems like it would be a great idea for breakfasts on the go!

  82. Lauren says:

    I love making baked doughnuts with a cupcake pan.

  83. Melissa C. says:

    Small quiches topped with a baby crostini and just a bit of fresh pesto

  84. Kamaile says:

    mini cheesecakes…yum! or eggs baked in bacon cups.

  85. I saw a recipe for what was basically layered nachos, the corn chips being broken up into little pieces, baked. I think they may have been lined with a tortilla. Yum.

    Also, I tried to use your voting widget and I accidentally hit the button before I left a comment, and couldn’t go backwards :(

  86. Unknown says:

    I would love to make Eggs in a Basket, or mini fruit tarts.

  87. I love creating mini healthy mac & cheese in muffin tins! has well as quinches and crispy wonton wrappers filled with yummy goodness!

  88. Anonymous says:

    love making mini mac & cheese muffins, and so do the kiddies.

  89. Beth says:

    I love making mini meatloaves in my muffin tin. They’re the perfect size, and bake much faster than regular meatloaf!

    bethwade1 at gmail dot com

  90. Amanda says:

    I would love to try and make mini creme caramel’s in my cupcake tins. amanda.newell@hotmail.com

  91. Kathy says:

    I like to make spinach cakes and turkey meatloaf with mashes potatoes – it’s a muffin tin meal!!
    publixmama60@yahoo.com

  92. carole says:

    like to try the egg and potato cupcake

  93. Anonymous says:

    I want to try making s’mores – I have seen a couple of different recipes that look super yummy!
    Michellefel2003@hotmail.com

  94. keshakeke says:

    I like to make pizza cups using crescent rolls

  95. Anonymous says:

    Te potato and deviled egg frosting. Sounds yummy
    plepoma@aol.com

  96. Maria_NJ says:

    I like making snowflake rolls in my cupcake tins, but usually just love making cupcakes!!
    mmcmm563 at comcast dot net

  97. Mandi says:

    Hoping to make a new recipe in my mini muffin pan soon. Has turkey and a cheese sauce and bacon. I can’t remember the name right now though! :(

  98. I will pre-cook some bacon, line the mufin tin with it, then fill it with raw eggs that I have beat a bit of cream into, add some onion green pepper, salt and pepper and bake.

  99. Linda M. says:

    I like making muffin tin pizzas….. Great giveaway!

  100. Harmony says:

    I made vegetarian meatloaf in a muffin tin. It’s hard to get it to stay together as a loaf, so it’s easier to serve already in small portions. Also, more yummy edges!

  101. Anonymous says:

    i make meat muffins

  102. Sandhya says:

    Stuffed French toast cupcakes?! Yes, please!

  103. Tami says:

    I love making mini tarts.

  104. leslielou says:

    I love to make turkey and sun dried tomato mini meatloaves!!!!

    lsd@d*r*ugh.com

  105. Holly says:

    I love making mini cheesecakes!

  106. I once tried cheese popovers! Nice!

  107. Katie says:

    I love making mini quiche:)

  108. Sheena says:

    I’ve made wonton cups by baking wonton wrappers inside the tin and then filled them with shredded taco-seasoned chicken, lettuce, tomatoes, sour cream, salsa, etc to make taco bites. I’ve also baked cookie dough at the bottom, and made a small dent in the cookie while still warm, filled with fruit jam, covered in chocolate and served with ice cream. yum!

  109. KristyR says:

    Pizza puffs made in my mini muffin tin are our family favorite. Prefect for any occasion.

  110. Vic says:

    I love making mini pies in cupcake tins. Mince pies at Crimbo, beef and blue cheese baby pies when the weather is cold… It’s a great way to use up leftover scraps of pastry. I also like making mini layered dolma-cups. Usually when I make dolma I have loads of grape leaves and rice mix left over, and instead of making up more dolma to spare I layer leaves and spoonfuls of rice mix in a cupcake tin, pour over a little stock and bake them until cooked. Great with a little halloumi topping.

  111. Brenda says:

    Anything in a muffin/cupcake pan is a winner with me!

  112. Linda Owens says:

    The email poppd up in my mailbox. I clicked, then Clicked to Enter logging in with Facebook. Then it says “Contest is Over.” Gee… a minute might have been nice.

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