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So last week I posted a recipe for a single serve Parmesan Herb Biscuit Muffin, and I’m following up with a recipe for a batch of 6 similar biscuit muffins! I’ve received good feedback on the single serve version, so I think you’ll like these as well.
These biscuit muffins (my term for a sturdy, savory muffin) are the perfect accompaniment to soup, sausage gravy, or dippy eggs. Everyone keeps asking me what dippy eggs are, which makes me laugh because that’s what I’ve always grown up calling eggs with runny yolks. I love to toast leftover muffins and eat them with butter, and I’m sure you could slice them in half, top them with butter, garlic powder, and some mozzarella cheese and broil them as garlic bread to accompany your spaghetti (served over spaghetti squash or broccoli) or lasagna (Lazy Lasagna from the Trim Healthy Mama Cookbook, that is). Or make breakfast sandwiches with biscuit muffins, eggs, melty cheese, and BACON! The possibilities are endless.
You can have one of these muffins in a THM:FP setting, but any more than that will put you into S territory.
As always, you can check out the Notes section of the recipe for answers to FAQs.
Some other pages you might enjoy:
- Starting THM
- my picture recipe index
- my breads recipe index
- Substitution FAQs and Baking Tips
- a sausage gravy recipe to go with the biscuits
You can find this recipe in my cookbook, Necessary Food.
- ¾ cup Briana's Baking Mix*
- ¼ cup grated parmesan cheese (the kind from the green shake container)
- 2 tsp. baking powder
- 1 tsp. Italian seasoning
- ½ tsp. garlic salt
- ¾ c egg whites
- 6 T water
- 2 T Greek yogurt
- Additional Italian seasoning and parmesan cheese for topping
- Whisk the dry ingredients. Add the wet ingredients and mix well. Divide the batter among 6 greased muffin tin holes and bake at 350 degrees for 22-24 minutes or until dry on top and no longer soggy in the middle. For best results, let the muffins sit for 5-10 minutes before slicing and serving. Yields 6 muffins
- You can have one of these muffins in a THM:FP setting, but any more than that will put you into S territory.
Briana’s Baking Mix recipe