Mason Jar Rim Muffins

There are so many uses for not just mason jars, but their lids and rims, too. They are practical for a multitude of things, and today that thing was baking muffins.

Using regular size mason jar rims, I set to work baking muffins without a muffin tin.

Ingredients (1 of 1)

While you only need the rims for this particular recipe, I chose to buy the lid/rim combo so I will have lids at a later time when I can jam or do a craft.

Ingredients 2 (1 of 1)

After opening the box, I separated the lids and rims. Next, I put the rims with the bottom side facing up on a cookie sheet, creating three rows of rims, each with four rims.

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I then placed two paper baking cups in each rim. While it isn’t necessary to use two, I decided to as I thought it would give the muffins extra support on the sides.

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Next, I mixed the ingredients together and tried to refrain from eating the delicious batter straight out of the bowl!

 

Thumbs up for a farm fresh egg straight from my chickens!

Thumbs up for a farm fresh egg straight from my chickens!

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Upon completion of mixing the batter, I spooned it into each of the twelve paper baking cups, topped it with sweet sugar, and then it was ready to go in the oven.

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In the next 24 minutes, my house started smelling delicious as the aroma of muffins spread throughout!

I couldn't help sneak a peak as they were baking in the oven!

I couldn’t help but sneak a peak as they were baking in the oven!

Finally, it was time to take them out. My glorious muffins were ready.

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Perfection! They turned out wonderful. My HH (Handsome Husband) and I will now be enjoying these delicious muffins for the next few days. And that my friends is how you make muffins using mason jar rims.

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