I’m celebrating the publication of my new book, The Muffin Tin Cookbook, which has 200 recipes for all types of dishes made in muffin tins: appetizers, entrees, sides, breakfast, desserts, mini-pies, breads, and much more, as well some muffin and cupcake recipes. Muffin tin cooking is great for portion control: one “muffin” cup is one portion, so there’s no fooling yourself into having just a little bit more.

This kind of cooking is also guaranteed to get your kids interested in new foods. Kids have been conditioned to believe that anything cooked in a muffin/cupcake tin is fun and delicious, so they are excited to try the recipes.

This makes a great Mother’s Day gift, and it’s also a great shower gift.

If you would like to enter to win, follow this link and read the table of contents (click on “search inside this book” underneath the book cover) and come back, leave a comment, and tell me which recipe you would like to try. You’ll be entered to win a copy.

You must enter by midnight ET on Sunday April 15. I’ll randomly and blindly select the winner by random number drawing (numbers assigned in order of comments here). Sorry, offer limited to U.S. addresses only and entrants age 18 and up only. One entry per person. You will not be entered to win unless you enter the name of a recipe from the book in your entry. Winners notified by email given when entering, not responsible for email transmission problems. You are responsible for notifying me of your correct mailing address if you are selected as a winner. Contest closes at midnight Eastern time on 4/15/12. Prize is nontransferable and may not be redeemed for cash. MarthaAndMe reserves the right to announce the name of the winner on the blog.


32 Responses to GIVEAWAY!

  1. blessedmamaof5 says:

    I’d love to try any of your veggie recipes. With being on WW and having half the family eat meat and the other eat only vegs, I think I need this book.


  2. Maggi says:

    “Shrimp Toasts” under “Appetizers” – I adore shrimp and am always excited for a new appetizer recipes!

  3. alyce poalillo says:

    Reuben Pies (pg 71) looks good. A fun take on a classic

  4. Kristy Thiel says:

    I’d love to try the monkey bread! thanks for hosting!

  5. Steph Auteri says:

    I’m always looking for more bite-sized appetizer recipes. I made mini-quiches once that were wildly popular, but I don’t want to be a one-trick pony. 🙂 There are a lot of delicious-looking recipes in your TOC but, if pressed, I’d tried the mushroom stuffed brie en croute first. Because I have a major weakness for brie.

  6. Michelle says:

    I would love to try the crab dip cups, but everything looks so good!

  7. Linda Childers says:

    I love everything about this book. Great recipes, portion control –i’d especially like to try the deep dish pizza cups. I think both my husband and son would like those!

  8. darlington55 says:

    Oh I love Corned Beef and I love Reubens (just had both for St. Pats day and a couple days after) so I would love to try the Appetizers Reuben Pies they have got to be as good as they sound.

  9. Caroline Goff says:

    Pork and fig sounds absolutely intriguing! That’s certainly one we’d want to try/

  10. Sharon Sabo says:

    I would love to try the Peanut Butter and Jelly Muffins. My grandkids LOVE peanut butter and jelly and I bet they would love those muffings.
    Thanks Sharon

  11. Duchess Potatoes.
    Thank you for having the giveaway!

  12. This is such a great idea for a cookbook. I love tiny appetizers. The veggie ones would be particularly appealing for me.

  13. Laura says:

    Wow, it’s so hard to choose just one! Something fun for the first one – I think Sloppy Joe Cupcakes!

  14. joandstella says:

    I’d start with the Pineapple Upside Down Cakes because everybody loves it, but I would list a large number of others I would love to try!

  15. The Mushroom Stuffed Brie en Croute sounds yummy!

  16. Christine says:

    Pork and fig

  17. Bassetmomma says:

    my husband and I have “date night” every Friday night with cocktails and appetizers. This cook book sounds like a perfect fit! I would love to try the Spinach Artichoke Dip Cups! I am in Canada so I guess I’ll just have to buy the book! 🙂

  18. foodiesleuth says:

    I love the idea behind this cookbook and would love to win a copy. I spotted several (actually quite a few!) recipes I would want to try but in particular the Grits Casserole on page 37 and the Baby Dutch Babies on page 50!

  19. I’m a sucker for Monkey Bread and to have my own little cake would be fabulous!

  20. Lori Hart says:

    I want to try the Butternut Squash Rice Cups

  21. snoozinchat says:

    minestrone pie sounds yummy!

  22. Cat says:

    minestrone pie sounds like winner to me!

  23. kazue says:

    would like to try the monkey bread

  24. tamarsw says:

    Corn Pudding sounds nice!!!

  25. deana c says:

    I would love to make the Shrimp Cakes with Cilantro Lime Dipping Sauce!

  26. Daniel M says:

    Sloppy Joe Cupcakes sounds interesting

  27. Valerie Taylor Mabrey says:

    the Reubens
    vmkids3 at msn dot com

  28. tallcapp says:

    Smoky sausage stuffed eggs sounds very good.

  29. dddiva says:

    French Onion Pie sounds great- so do many others. Congrats on your book, looks like a winner.
    discriminating_diva at yahoo dot com

  30. spirit_kim says:

    I would like to try the Corned Beef Hash Cups.

  31. Would love to try the Mac and Cheese cups! They sound delicious!


  32. Sand says:

    I would love to try the blueberry streusel muffins.

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