A surprising number of your favorite foods can become single-serving portions when you make them in a muffin tin, and muffin tins can also aid in stress-free hosting and multitasking in the kitchen.
Use prosciutto as a muffin tin liner for these super easy, gluten-free, paleo-friendly baked breakfasts. Click here to see the recipe.
Full-size meatloaf cooks for over an hour, but these mini meatloaves cook in about half the time. Save any leftover meatloaf muffins in the freezer for a future quick meal. Click here to see the recipe.
For a sneaky way to add vegetables to your children’s diets, use a sweet potato-carrot purée mixed into the cheese sauce for these mac and cheese muffins. Pack them to-go and feel good about giving your kids a cheesy “treat” for lunch. Click here to see the recipe.
Anything labeled as “pizza” is a hit with kids. Serve pizza muffins warm or at room temperature; either way, they’ll be devoured. Click here to see the recipe.
Sweet and savory barbecue is no longer reserved for the summer. Bake pulled pork sandwiches topped with molasses apples straight into the muffin tin using store-bought buttermilk biscuits as the base. Click here to see the recipe.
Perfect for a cocktail party spread, these spicy curried hand pies are delicious dipped in a cool yogurt-chutney sauce. Click here to see the recipe.
Make a super easy version of the takeout classic at home; using wonton wrappers as the cup liner eliminates the need to roll your egg rolls. Click here to see the recipe.
Roll refried beans, cooked sausage, salsa, hash browns, and lots of grated cheese into store-bought pie dough for a savory (and filling) breakfast roll. Click here to see the recipe.
Depending on the season, use fresh or frozen chopped vegetables in these adorable appetizers. Click here to see the recipe.
Mini quiches are great for serving at a brunch party, but you can also make a big batch and heat them up on your way out the door in the morning for a fast, healthy, hands-free breakfast. Click here to see the recipe.