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31 Fun Treats To Make In A Muffin Tin

Like BURGERS.

Muffin tins are magic!

Cooking in one is great for portion control and excellent for freezing things like in like soups, smoothies, and large ice cubes. Consider purchasing a silicone muffin tin for freezing leftovers because they make it easier to remove the food once frozen. Here are some recipes to try.

1. Granola Cups With Yogurt

muffintinmania.com

GOOD MORNING! Find the recipe on Muffin Tin Mania.

2. Baked Oatmeal

redbookmag.com

Top with cinnamon apples and maple syrup. Recipe here.

3. Baked Apple Cider Donuts

feastie.com

Yes, you can even make donut holes in a muffin tin. Recipe here.

4. Mini Frittatas

wishfulchef.com

Stuff as many veggies as your heart desires into these frittatas. Recipe here.

5. Chocolate Coffee Smoothies

muffintinmania.com

Make a smoothie as you normally would in a blender and then pour it into a muffin tin and put in the freezer. When you want a smoothie, put a couple frozen smoothie cups in the blender with some liquid (milk or water) and serve. Recipe here.

6. Pancakes

makeandtakes.com

These pancake cups will holds lots of fresh fruit, maple syrup, and powdered sugar. Recipe here.

7. Parmesan Hash Brown Cups

theyummylife.com

You could freeze these and warm them up for breakfast in the morning. Recipe here.

8. Bacon And Egg Toast Cups

thenoshery.com

You only need four ingredients (plus salt and pepper) to make these. SO EASY. Recipe here.

9. Crouton Cups With Caesar Salad

apronstringsblog.com

If you're making these for a crowd, you could make different kinds of salads to fill the croutons. Recipe here.

10. Kale Cups

muffintinmania.com

Healthy stuff. Recipe here.

11. Mini Spinach Artichoke Dip Bread Bowls

picky-palate.com

Bread bowls AND dip all in one? Genius. Recipe here.

12. Crab Cakes

noblepig.com

Find the recipe here.

13. Mini Corn Dogs

iowagirleats.com

It's okay to eat corn dogs as a side dish when they look this pretty. Recipe here.

14. Soup

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Make your favorite soup as you usually would, freeze it in muffin tins, and then reheat two or three soup cups when you're hungry. Recipe here.

15. Mini Deep-Dish Pizzas

marthastewart.com

This would be perfect to make if you have a household of people who like different pizza toppings. Recipe here.

16. Mini Lasagnas

traceysculinaryadventures.blogspot.com

Practice your portion control skills. Recipe here.

17. Spaghetti And Cheese Nests

familyfreshcooking.com

THREE CHEESES. Recipe here.

18. Chicken Pot Pie

19. Burgers

doyouknowthemuffinpan.com

Okay, this is more like a sesame biscuit with a hidden meat surprise. The meat surprise does, however, include ketchup, mustard, and relish. Recipe here

20. Turkey Meatloaf With Mashed Potato Frosting

parenting.com

Mashed. Potato. Frosting. Recipe here.

21. Mac And Cheese Bites

boomerbrief.com

Perfect for lunch. Recipe here.

22. Taco Cups

23. Chocolate Chip Lava Cookies

kevinandamanda.com

You could do this two ways: the first would be to make cookie cups by molding the cookie dough to the sides of the muffin tin, so you could add lots and lots of ice cream. The second option is to make a deep dish cookie for maximum cookie experience.

24. Cherry Pie

adventuressheart.com

Small bundles of joy. Recipe here.

25. White Chocolate Cashew Berry Cups

redbookmag.com

Cashew cream and white chocolate come together to make a beautiful, frozen, love child. Recipe here.

26. Cannoli Bites

cookingclassy.com

Fancy stuff. Recipe here.

27. Monkey Bread

dashingdish.com

These look pretty easy to make. Recipe here.

28. S'mores Cookie

fudgebananaswirl.com

A new way to eat s'mores. Recipe here.

29. Mini Brownies

30. Turtle Cheesecake

laurenslatest.com

This cheesecake has an oreo bottom. Recipe here.

31. Peanut Butter Cup Cookies

browneyedbaker.com

You can't go wrong with a hot cookie filled with peanut butter and chocolate. Recipe here.

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