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So many leftover muffins!

post #1 of 11
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We throw a lot of muffins away at our hotel because we bake them fresh each morning. Are there any ideas on how to use them up? Muffin bread pudding? Anything??
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post #2 of 11
What kind of muffins? c If you have corn muffins corn bread stuffing.or if your fruit muffins get dry enough you can always make a variety of different bread puddings. I'm sure that their are some shelters around that would be greatful to take some of those muffins off your hands.:smiles: Jaut a few ideas.
post #3 of 11
Trifle - with custard and dried fruit to compliment the muffin flavor

Cut into small dice, bake, and use for topping ice cream, pudding, etc.

Use the twice-baked muffin bits to mix into yogurt or with granola.
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post #4 of 11
Why not cake balls? No I am not kidding.

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post #5 of 11
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strudel filling

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post #6 of 11
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interesting Ideas.

-blueberry
-carrot walnut "sunrise"
-oat bran with raisins
-cranberry orange walnut
-banana nut

I bet the banana muffins would be good if used in some sort of trifle.... Kind of like a banana split...
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post #7 of 11
How about making the local food bank happy?
post #8 of 11
nice suggestion... i love blueberry too..:)
post #9 of 11
My first thought was food bank also, but cake-like muffin bits mixed with a complimentary liqueur or other liquid and formed into another shape (cake balls, sure!) and covered with chocolate is a good way to go.
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post #10 of 11

Useful Muffins

I was thinking the same thing as castironchef.

However. If you are seeking financial improvement. Consider allowing students to come in and use them in cooking school.. I don't know if high schools still do that, but some private schools still have home-ec

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post #11 of 11

try this

i suggest the following take the muffins and mash them up dry of course then add alittle bit of rhum to the consistency of a hard dry mashed potato pure no liquid visible.
then pour melted bitter chocolate and mix to the consistency of a dough form into round 1 1/2 inch ball and cover with cocolate rain this is know as rhum balls it is perfect for left over cakes with no cream
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