MYO: English Muffins

Make your own English Muffins for an exceptional homemade crusty on the outside yet perfectly moist and rough-textured on the inside. These homemade delights freeze well for cheap breakfast or homemade mini-pizzas Read More: Article: MYO: English Muffins

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    Default Article: MYO: English Muffins

    Make your own English Muffins for an exceptional homemade crusty on the outside yet perfectly moist and rough-textured on the inside. These homemade delights freeze well for cheap breakfast or homemade mini-pizzas

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    nice! thanks for the recipe...

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    Since I purchase my yeast in bulk at a warehouse store, my price to make these is about 25....and that includes the energy cost for baking. The best price in the grocery is $1.99 for six!

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    I am in the process of making these right now but 2 cups of flour seemed way off. My dough was really sticky so I ended up adding almost a full cup and a half just so I could shape into a ball. Can you please clarify this is the correct amount of flour? Also, the directions state to stir in salt but there is no salt listed in the ingredients. Can you please update this as well. I will have to see how they turn out.

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    Thank you so much for the update!! This is a completely different recipe. I can't believe the last batch I made actually turned out but they were delicious anyway. Can't wait to try the updated recipe.

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    Can you use a bread maker for this? (You know, the "I REALLY don't have time to mess around and want the fool-proof" method!)

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    I think I'll be making a batch of these this week. Thank you so much!

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    I'm thinking if you're making the English Muffin LOAF version, this would be Perfect for FRENCH TOAST

 

 
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