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Whether it is for Fridays in Lent or just because, these Tuna Melt Muffins featuring ancient grains are sure to please.
Tuna Melt Muffins
This recipe comes from the cookbook, Grain Power by Patricia Green and Carolyn Hemming.
I’ve left the recipe at the amount to make 12 small muffins. However, my older boys can easily eat 5 of these for dinner. So, I doubled the recipe to get 24 muffins.
Actually, the boys requested that next time I make them I TRIPLE the recipe so we might have some leftovers. I haven’t tested it out, but suspect you can freeze the extras for quick meals later.
When it comes time to save some in the freezer, make sure to keep them fresh by using a vacuum sealer. We have a full system, but there’s also a handheld option for those wanting to save space.
Serve with a salad and you’ve got a complete meal!
Of course, hungry family members might appreciate having bread as well.