Thursday, March 5, 2009

Green Monster Muffins

Two posts in two days! Aren't you guys lucky? :) A hello to any first-time readers who found me via Miz!

Imagine my surprise when the amazing Mizfit asked me to do a guest post for her! Quite intimidating, but one morning the perfect opportunity arose. Check out the post :) Here are some action shots from those babies...


Up close and personal!

39 comments:

Erica said...

So yum! I saw your guest post this morning- it is fabulous! Congrats :) You deserve the feature!

Elina said...

Love the post... I think you ARE a poet ;) Mmm, goat cheese would be good.

VeggieGirl said...

Fabulous muffins!!

Great guest post!!

Lauren said...

Savory muffins - great idea! I also love the name :)

Balance, Joy and Delicias! said...

amazing monster muffins! love it!

lesley said...

Those look fabulous!

Maria said...

Nice job on the guest post. The green monster muffins are so fun!

Dawn said...

I love a good savory muffin. Definitely something different and way tastier.

Meg said...

Love the guest post. Fabulous muffins!

Rosiecat said...

Your guest post was very cute! Also, do you mind if I leave you the address to my mouth? I'll take a muffin or three right now ;-)

Steph said...

Those look great! I have never tried making a savory muffin before.


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Maggie said...

These look so cool. I wonder if I can veganize them...

Jess said...

I saw your guest post earlier. Congrats! Now I know what that yummy recipe looks like. Those muffins are pretty big for only 100 calories.

I did not get your email! I checked the spam folders of both of my accounts just in case. I know they have a Cadbury McFlurry in England, but not made with the Creme Eggs.

Emily said...

Those muffins look scrumptious!

Heather McD (Heather Eats Almond Butter) said...

I read your post on Mizfit, but I was so glad to see pictures of your muffins on your site. They look so good, and I love the list of ingredients. Thanks!

Sara said...

Those muffins look so unique...and green!

Every Gym's Nightmare said...

awesome! off to check the post...

Kelly Turner
www.everygymsnightmare.com

Erin of Care to Eat said...

Shannon, I love that picture of you on the side. :) I think you're so pretty and sweet.
Congratulations on your guest post! Those muffins look DELICIOUS!

luckytastebuds said...

oh my those are gorgeous!!!

Heather said...

yum! love the name!!

Reeni♥ said...

Savory muffins are so under-rated. I love these!

innascribbles said...

Oh wow those looks AMAZING- thanks for sharing!

Emily said...

Congrats on the guest post!
Those muffins look great!

healthy ashley said...

I saw these on her website! I love the idea of incorporating veggies into baked goods!

Kerstin said...

I love broccoli, but never thought using it for a savory muffin - looks great!

Mom on the Run said...

I want to make those muffins ASAP.

Rose said...

I love muffins that have colors in them that aren't normally there. Very cool.

I'm off to check out the guest post - how exciting! I love MizFit.

BOBBI McCORMICK said...

loved the recipe, what an honor to be asked by the Miz!

MizFit said...

THANKS FOR THE GUEST POST.

I know you want one in return.
a rhyme about my tuna & cottage cheese concoction perhaps?

Pam said...

Mmmm. They look and sound delicious.

Ali said...

Amazing! And so healthy, too. These would be great to have on hand in the freezer for a quick on-the-go breakfast. great job!

Olivia said...

How different! A green muffin...it reminds me of green eggs and ham, minus the eggs and ham. Ok so it's just the color green, oh well close enough.

Mark said...

Those are monsters! Have a nice weekend!

Amy S. said...

Yummy! :) Looks so healthy, too. When something healthy also LOOKS delicious, that is just a win-win.

Sharon said...

I really love the name of this recipe! Congrats on the great guest post.

Kevin said...

Those muffins look great!

ChocolateCoveredVegan said...

My google reader wasn't updating your posts! But I fixed it now. Anyway, I love the greenness of the muffins!

Sagan said...

Delicious! Loved your guest post :)

Maggie said...

These sound great! I love the idea of making them with goat cheese. I'd love to try a small batch with vegan cheeses to see if I could get my son to eat them.

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