This is a great way to get hot, homemade soup in a snap. Just make a big batch, then freeze in muffin trays. Once it's frozen pop the individual servings out and freeze in bags. Then whenever you want soup for one, just heat up a few.
I made these parmesan hashbrown cups recently, and they were easy (I started with frozen hashbrowns) and delicious. I had my doubts as to if they'd get as crisp as I like, but they definitely did. The whole family loved them.
The individual cups are great for storing earrings, bracelets, and necklaces and for keeping them from becoming one big tangled mess.
Hot temps call for big ice. Add some food coloring or flavoring to really spice things up.
Line the inside of the muffin cups with tortillas and bake until crisp. Then fill with you favorite toppings.
Who needs a bento box when you have a muffin tin? The possibilities are endless.
Muffin tins make perfect planters for small indoor plants or herbs, and they look adorable sitting on your counter or window sill.
Perfectly portioned and easy to freeze, mini pizzas are great when made in a cupcake pan. This recipe for deep-dish pizzas is delish
For parties or large gatherings, scoop ice cream into a cupcake pan filled with liners ahead of time and freeze. Then when it's time to serve, just hand them out.
Be it ketchup, mustard, onions and pickles for burgers, or sour cream, salsa, peppers, and cheese for your Tex-Mex feast, cupcake pans make cute serving dishes for your condiments.