Why, yes, those are nests of tender spaghetti noodles cradling toppers of pasta sauce, melty cheese, and turkey meatballs. And they're just as delicious as they are cute.
A mix of Gorgonzola and Fontina cheeses, proscuitto, and kale takes macaroni and cheese beyond the box. These trendy, cheesy pasta cups will wow any dinner guest.
What's more kid-friendly than a mini cheeseburger? Our version of the backyard cookout staple is made with ground turkey and layers of cheese and pickle slices.
If you love chicken gyros drizzled with creamy, cucumber-y tzatziki sauce, then these flaky Greek-inspired muffin cups packed with briny olives and feta cheese belong in your life.
Sure, you might have brought sloppy joe mix and buns to a potluck before. But imagine guests' reaction when you set down a tray of corn muffin cups stuffed with a BBQ-spiked meat-and-bean filling. Potluck win? We think so.
Give pizza night a makeover! These muffin tin miniature pies are not only absolutely adorable, but also super simple to make. Just press pizza dough in each cup and fill with a mix of pasta sauce, pepperoni, and cheese.
Muffin tins make the perfect mold for adorable homemade nut rolls. Bonus: Store-bought packaged crescent rolls make pulling off the breakfast treats a snap.
Don't let their miniature size fool you -- each tiny loaf is bursting with bold flavor, thanks to a North African-inspired sauce featuring oven-roasted peppers, dates, and a pungent blend of spices.
Turn your morning meal into a grab-and-go affair! Crisp bacon, scrambled eggs, cheddar cheese, and cornmeal batter combine in our all-in-one breakfast muffins.
Scones + muffins = scuffins! Not only are the tasty treats bursting with sweet strawberry and cream flavors, but they're perfect for any breakfast or brunch.
Mexican night has never been easier: Our muffin tin enchilada cups have only five ingredients and take less than an hour to make. Simply fill corn tortillas with chicken, cheese, salsa, and pico de gallo, and dinner is served!
Warm coffee-spiked bread pudding drizzled with a powdered sugar frosting -- count us in! Dollop a spoonful of our cream cheese topping to finish.
Layers of melted cheese, mashed potatoes, cranberry sauce, and meat loaf transform a ho-hum weeknight recipe into an adorable dinner display. The trick to these too-cute meat loaf muffins? Bake the meat separately in a muffin tin, then add the additional layers on top.
Warm and fluffy buttermilk rolls round out any home-cooked meal, especially when laced with a hint of earthy sage. Pair the pull-apart rolls with a drizzle of honey for a mix of savory and sweet flavors.
Just five ingredients make up our too-cute hearty breakfast bites. Simply line each muffin cup with a thin slice of ham, then fill with tasty ingredients such as eggs, tomatoes, and basil pesto.
Use a mini muffin tin for these bite-size lemony sweets! The bright, slightly tart lemon curd is nestled in a buttery crust and topped with pretty curls of lemon peel.
Turn regular stromboli on its head -- instead of filling a pastry crust with your favorite ingredients, try making them in pastry shells instead. We added sweet pepper, turkey, capicola, and cheese, but you can adjust the recipe to fit your preferences.
Keep your crab cakes in perfect shape by baking them in a muffin tin instead of the usual patties. Ours feature a mix of crab and shrimp and are topped in a refreshing salsa made from mango, cucumber, and salsa verde.
If a traditional ham dinner accompanied with rosemary-spiked stuffing and a side of sweet butternut squash sounds like your idea of a good meal, then these individual-size muffin cups should be right up your alley.
If you love tuna melts, boy do we have the perfect lunch recipe for you. Our muffin tin sammies are full of all your favorites from the original: tuna, cranberries, mayo, and melted cheese.
This fun ice cream idea is perfect for parties, sleepovers, or even regular nights with the kids. Simply serve everyone a tray with various toppings and scoops of ice cream with pretzel handles, then let the dipping begin!
Mini quiches are a staple at any brunch. Our classic ham-and-Swiss version gets an extra boost of flavor from a sprinkling of sliced green onions.
Indulge in your own personal miniature coffee cake with treats made in a muffin tin. Scrumptious ingredients such as ricotta cheese, cranberries, and a homemade orange glaze make these soon-to-be breakfast favorites oh-so tasty.
Our delicious baby cheesecakes boast a gingersnap crust, a creamy cheesecake layer, and an orange marmalade finish. Bonus: At less than 150 calories per serving, this tasty muffin tin recipe is a healthy dessert option, too.