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  • Makes 12
  • 30 minutes
  • Difficulty Easy
  • 3 Ingredients

107 Comments

This recipe was made up by my 10 year old one day when she wanted scones but did not have the right things. I allow her to experiment with cooking and most times they turn out not too bad. She adds different things at times to it as her older brothers will eat anything they have not had to cook.


Ingredients (makes 12 mounds/texan muffins)

  • 1 can creamed corn
  • 1 can self raising flour
  • 1 can grated cheese

Method

  1. Open creamed corn and keep this tin for the other ingredients. Place creamed corn into bowl.
  2. Using tin from corn fill with S R Flour place into bowl and do the same for grated cheese. Mix together to everything is well mixed.
  3. Flour a tray or if making in muffin tin place paper in. Place mounds of mixture onto tray leaving space between.
  4. Cook in oven for 15-20 mins until golden at 180c. Place them on to a cooling tray or eat straight from the tray.

Notes

Do not add too much liquids to this and mixture is moist , sticky when mixed. Bacon bits, spicy sauces and other things can be added. Serve with butter or eat dry.

  • Simple thanks

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  • They look yummy if only you could make them look a little neater

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  • Glad to see people are still enjoying this recipe that I placed on here in 2014. Just do not understand it saying that hazel placed it there. It does not matter, it was not mine anyway but my oldest daughter’s.

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  • Oh wow, what a clever 10 year old you gave :) I think it’s great that she gets in the kitchen and experiments

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  • I like your cheese yummies,they look yum!

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  • Thanks for sharing; I look forward to giving this recipe a try!.

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  • What a great looking recipe! Thank you

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  • this is a very creative outcome .. Thanks for sharing

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  • Thanks for sharing this recipe; looks quick and easy and tasty.


    • Ticks all the quick, easy and tasty boxes.

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  • this would be great for the kids

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  • this looks great
    thanks for posting

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  • Good on you for letting your daughter try! A chef in the making.

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  • how good do these look, must make, thanks for sharing :)

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  • Great idea to let kids experiment with cooking

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  • What a great little test kitchen you have at home. Nice recipe from your daughter : )

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