Sunday, September 15, 2013

Quick Bread Perfection: Sour Cream Mini-Muffins

In light of my gestational diabetes, I decided to share one of my favorite recipes for one of my most missed and beloved food groups: BREAD! As a true Southern girl, there are few foods I find more comforting than warm, fresh-baked biscuits. However, I don't always have time to make biscuits from scratch. In steps these amazing little clouds of biscuity Heaven!

This is a simple recipe that was shared with me by a lovely lady from our church family after a dinner on the grounds. She made these amazingly scrumptious, tender, buttery, biscuit like pillows of deliciousness, and I couldn't get enough! The recipe is simple and quick with only three ingredients: baking mix, sour cream, and butter. Combine together and bake in the oven at 375 degrees Farenheit for 8-10 minutes, and you get a bread that is perfect for anything. 

Serve at a shower or party with butter, clotted cream, and preserves. Serve with breakfast in place of traditional biscuits or with dinner in place of rolls. Add in a few other flavors to mix it up: dip in melted butter and roll in cinnamon sugar for a sweet spin or add some shredded cheddar cheese and garlic powder for a savory version. They keep great in an airtight container or bag and are a great, quick snack! It is one of my favorites, and I hope it will become one of yours, too!

You can find my Snapguide with step-by-step photo instructions at the link below. Make some of these awesome treats this week; you won't regret it, and your family will thank you profusely as they ask for seconds!

Check out How to Make Sour Cream Mini Muffins by Brittney Muller on Snapguide.

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