Broccoli Muffins

Every Evening, I have a song going into my head “what do you want to eat today?”. And like everyday, I look inside the fridge and think: “what can i cook today which is original?”.

In the fridge, today, there was broccoli, some ricotta and parmesan left… I wanted to make a vegetable cake but i didnt feel like doing a lot of cooking so I thought lets make muffins…

 

There muffins are really tasty! They combine the wonderful aroma of broccoli without its sand texture and with the wonderful cheesy-ness of parmesan.


Ingredients

  • 60g ricotta or any creamcheese
  • 2 tablespoon of cream
  • 10 tablespoon of flour
  • 50g Emmental ( or any other light taste cheese)
  • 4 tablespoon of Parmesan
  • 3 eggs
  • 1 big broccoli
  • 200g diced bacon
  • salt,pepper to your liking

Instructions

  • Preheat the oven at 200 degrees Celsius
  • Cook the diced bacon in a pan until crispy and set aside.
  • Cook the broccoli for 10 minutes in salted boiling water. Drain the water and crush the broccoli into a paste.
  • Add to the broccoli paste, the ricotta, cream, emmental and eggs. Mix well.
  • Add the flour, salt and pepper and the bacon. Mix well
  • Line the muffin molds and divide the batter into the muffin molds. Add a teaspoon of parmesan on top.
  • Bake the muffins for 20 minutes at 180 degrees Celsius.

 

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( sorry they don’t look too glorious but they were super tasty…My personal preferance is to eat it with some tomato sauce/ketchup).

ENJOY!!!

If you have any suggestions about what I should make next…Please leave a comment below🙂

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