Muffin Tin Masterpieces

Break out your trusty muffin tin for these perfectly portioned recipes that are quick and easy. During the week there may not be much time for cooking. Using muffin tins allows you to cook in bulk when it’s convenient for you and enjoy home cooking during the busier days.


Breakfast Bites


Soufflé Cups


Muffin tins create perfect portions and portability when it comes to breakfast. By combining your favorite ingredients along with eggs, you can make delicious soufflé cups. This recipe is great for family gatherings or special brunches.



6 sliced Broadbent Bacon, cooked and chopped

½ c. green onions chopped

¼ tsp black pepper

¼ tsp salt

6 Eggs, large

4 Egg whites

1 c. low-fat milk



Preheat oven to 325 degrees Fahrenheit. Combine bacon, onions and pepper. Whisk together eggs, egg whites, milk and salt in a bowl. Coat your muffin tin with cooking spray (use muffin liners if you prefer). Pour eggs mixture even among the 12 cups, then top with bacon mixture. Bake until tops begin to brown around 25 minutes.




These mini-pancakes are perfect for small children or to take in the car. You can customize them and create different flavors or all the same. These also freeze well after baking and can be reheated throughout the week.



Broadbent Pancake Mix


Toppings (chocolate chips, blueberries, strawberries, etc)



Mix your pancake mix with water until you reach the desired consistency (per the package directions). Pour into your greased muffin tins and fill ½-3/4 way full, then put your desired toppings on (press them in slightly). Bake around 10-12 minutes at 350 degrees Fahrenheit.


The sizes are perfect and any of your breakfast favorites can be baked into muffin tins including other favorites such as oatmeal, breads and stuffed biscuits. This is a great way to use up what you have on hand, even if there isn’t enough to feed everyone in one sitting.


Lunch & Dinner Delights




Make up a big batch of your favorite soup(s) on a day when you’ve got time on your hands. Once it has cooled to room temperature ladle it into your muffin tin, then place directly in the freezer. We recommend a few hours depending on your freeze (deep freeze is usually quicker). Once they are good and frozen pop out the individual soups and store in a freezer safe bag. When you’re ready to eat heat them up in the microwave and enjoy. This can be great for kids who are old enough to reheat their own foods as a simple snack, or to keep waste down. You can always use this trick to save left overs for longer than a day or two.


*If you freeze soups with pasta in them, the pasta may break in the freezer but it won’t affect taste.


BBQ Bacon Burger Bites



1lb. ground beef (lean)

½ c. Broadbent Hickory Bacon, cooked & chopped

½ c. biscuit mix

1 egg

1 tsp BBQ seasoning

¼ c BBQ sauce

3 slices sharp Cheddar Cheese, quartered



Preheat your oven to 450 degrees Fahrenheit. Spray your 12-cup muffin tin with cooking spray. In a large bowl combine beef, bacon, biscuit mix, eggs and BBQ seasoning. Divide it evenly among all 12 cups. Press down to create a firm connection. Bake 14-17 minutes or until the beef has been cooked to at least 160 degrees Fahrenheit. Then brush with BBQ sauce, top with cheese. Bake a few moments longer allowing cheese to melt.


*If you wanted to freeze these simply stop once the meat is cooked, and add cheese with a touch of BBQ sauce during the reheating process.


Try these recipes to fill your freezer and keep your weeknights full of flavor. Try making your family favorites using muffin tins. Get kids involved with easy tasks such as mixing ingredients or measuring. Be sure to customize recipes for your families likes and dislikes. Share below any recipes or items you know freeze well.

Broadbent B&B Foods

Broadbent B & B Foods, have been producing Old Fashioned Country Hams since 1909. A Truly American Food that has been on this continent since colonial days, it was a staple that sustained many of our first settlers as they moved west. The climate had to be just right to cure hams in the days before electricity, and Kentucky's climate fit the bill! Therefore, the Broadbent family brought those traditions with them and used them to dry cure and preserve their pork. Today, we are still dry curing Country Ham, Bacon, and Sausage like our forefathers did. In modern cuisine, country ham is far from a Staple. It is found on the menus of ritzy restaurants across The United States. While it is still, in fact, Country Ham, it is often cut paper thin, and labelled as Prosciutto; which is used as the center piece for many Charcuterie Boards.