Fantastic Bake Along – Rosemary Muffins

Rosemary Muffins

I am happy to finally get posting my entry to the Fantastic Bake Along – Rosemary Muffins, hosted by Tracy at It’s a T-Sweets Day. This month’s recipe was chosen by Brenna at Crochet539 and the full recipe can be found at Taste of Home. When I first saw the photos of this week’s bake along recipe, I was excited to make some muffins. My excitement only grew once I realized the muffins were savoury, and contained two of my favourite ingredients…black olives, and goat cheese. Yum!

I followed this recipe pretty closely this time around, except for a couple of small things. I substituted avocado oil for the canola oil, and because it’s just me here, I halved the recipe. I also used a mini loaf pan to bake my muffins…only because I seem to have misplaced my muffin pan. I have limited cupboard space, so I’m not sure where it has disappeared to, but I still haven’t located it.

I found the batter for these muffins quite thick, more like a biscuit dough than a muffin batter, but no matter, it still looked delicious. I’m afraid I was so excited that I forgot to take many pictures and the ones I did take didn’t turn out at all well. Luckily my little loaves turned out better than my photography.

I ate my first one while they were still warm, and I was a bit disappointed in the lack of flavour. The second one I ate a few hours later after they had fully cooled. The flavour in the cooled one was much better, although I still had a hard time detecting any rosemary. I think if I make these again, I’ll increase the amount of rosemary. I also did find the texture more like a tea biscuit than a muffin, but that was fine by me, because I love tea biscuits! I will definitely be making these again. I think they would be great alongside a Greek salad!

Please make sure you check out the other bakers who usually join in the Fantastic Bake Along at the links below.

Tracy at It’s a T-Sweets Day!
Brenna at Crochet539
AJ at A Petite Slice of Life
Tami at Tanglewood Knots
Lucia at Crochet, Knit, and More
Connie at Connie’s Creations
Marcia at Una Regiaen Bicicleta
Rebecca at Twinklehook
Abbey at Three Cats and a Girl
Susan at Granny Smith Quilting
Kathy at Sewing Etc.
Tina at Kristabella’s Hodgepodge

Published by Kate

I love my fur baby, books, tea, and crafts.

6 thoughts on “Fantastic Bake Along – Rosemary Muffins

  1. Did you use dry or fresh rosemary? Mine was dry, though out of the garden, and that worked well, though maybe there was more scent than taste. I have half in the freezer, so maybe I’ll test that!

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