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Cheesy Bacon Muffins Recipe!!

 Hi all! I’m Tracie from Cleverly Inspired! And, I’m so glad to be sharing these Cheesy Bacon Muffins with you today!


Really though…I could just eat these…with a warm cup of coffee…maybe a tiny drizzle of warm maple syrup on the top and be totally happy for the rest of the day….yeah….are you drooling yet? You could serve these up to your Easter brunch crowd…and they would love you that much more…but that would mean you would have to share them…and then there wouldn’t be any leftovers for just you. Do I sound selfish? That is probably not the Easter spirit…ok…I’ll share….

Seriously though, these bake up light and fluffy and have this gooeyness to them. Cheesy, chive-y and bacon-y…and completely yummy (my own adjectives….moving on…)

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The ingredients are simple and straightforward. Just be sure to combine all the wet ingredients first, then gently add in your dry ingredients. Do not over mix….or you are sure to have a tough muffin. Tough muffin= no bueno. :)

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These muffins would be a perfect addition to your Easter table this year. Serve them up with an egg casserole, some fresh fruit and you are good to go!


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4 slices bacon crumbled

2 T butter melted

3 T chives

2 C flour

2 t baking powder

1/2 t salt

2 T sugar

2 eggs

1 C milk

1 C sharp cheddar grated

1 clove minced garlic

Preheat oven 350

Generously spray muffin tin

Melt butter in microwave. Add in chives and let cool.

Combine eggs and milk. Stir in butter, cheese, garlic and bacon.

Combine flour, sugar, baking powder, salt.

Add dry ingredient to wet and stir till just combined.

Use a ice cream scoop to place in muffin tin.

Bake about 20 minutes. Test with toothpick.

Makes 12 muffins.


Thanks Tracie! I’m so excited to have Tracie as one of my contributors for this year. She has such great ideas and yummy recipes!! Those muffins look mouth watering, and would be perfect for your Easter breakfast or brunch! Here are a few of my favorite recent projects of hers:


This Savory Sweet Cornbread recipe looks SO good! It would be so yummy with some soup!


And, speaking of soup, her Perfect Potato Soup Recipe sounds just about perfect!


And, if you’re looking for a Spring Treat idea that is super easy, but clever too, these Spring Treats with Washi Tape are perfect for a quick, festive way to share your favorite Spring treats!

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I can’t wait to see the other ideas that Tracie shares with us this year!
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  1. Oh my gooooodness! I can’t wait to try this recipe. Yum!!!
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  2. Looks delicious! Pinned!

  3. These sound fantastic!
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  4. They look amazing!! Thanks for sharing them with us!

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  5. Those biscuits look amazing! You had me at bacon!
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