There seems to always be a right way and a wrong way to go about doing practically everything. Then there are all of the many ways that fall in between those two opposite ends, and that’s what is covered in this Allrecipes YouTube video. It features a novel way for you to use a plain old muffin tin to bake a variety of delicious treats that the whole family will love and appreciate.
The innovative idea shown makes you think outside the muffin tin by switching up the way in which you’d normally go about using the classic bake ware. Instead of putting batter or dough in the little slots right-side up, flip over the tin and use the underside of the moldings to make different types of edible food bowls. Get creative and imagine all the different ways you could use this technique to bake stuff and check out the recipe ideas covered in the video and below.
The first recipe shown is for biscuit bowls. Start by turning the tin over and coating the underside with cooking spray. Take some biscuit dough (homemade or store bought) and smush it over each of the muffin slots on the bottom of the tin. Pop it in the oven and bake them for 12-15 minutes at 350 degrees. When they’re done you’ll have tasty little biscuit bowls that are perfect for holding hearty soups, like loaded potato soup with cheddar or different chowders, as well as dips and chili.
The second recipe is for taco bowls. First coat the underside of the muffin tin with cooking spray and then insert soft tortillas snugly in-between the muffin slots so that they form a nice bowl shape. Bake these at 350 degrees for 10 minutes and then fill them up with your favorite taco fixings like meat, cheese, lettuce, tomato, salsa, guacamole, or whatever else you prefer.
The whole idea is a great way to maximize your muffin tin beyond using it to make the standard batch of cupcakes or muffins. Try it out and pass it on!
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