Don’t expect Eric, Angel, or Edward to accept any of your dinner invitations if you choose to make a #4theLoveofGarlic recipe! Just a thought. Buffy may show, though. Maybe.
Black garlic. Have you tried it? It’s unique and really gives some dimension to a savory recipe. It tastes a little sweet, which may throw you off when working with the garlic.
The muffin recipe is a perfect on-the-go option. You may want to keep them chilled since the recipe does include eggs. The way the bread puffed up with the egg gave the muffin appearance. All the herbs and garlic mixed perfectly together to give each bite a slightly sweet and definitely savory taste. So, who wants one…or maybe two Black Garlic & Herb Muffin?
If you missed my post a few days ago about the sponsored event, you can check it all out here. All the recipes shared will include some serious garlic love. No joke, I have a box full of all different kinds of garlic from Melissa’s Produce, which I so appreciate. This weekend I will be grilling/roasting the elephant garlic and grilling a flat bread pizza with other delicious toppings. It is grilling season after all.
This recipe could be for breakfast but with all the savory love, I would compliment it with maybe tomato basil soup. So, it’s really a multifunctional recipe. Breakfast, lunch, dinner, snack…you get the picture.
If you don’t have black garlic, you will want to ease off on the amount of regular garlic you add to the recipe. (Especially if you were hoping to impress Selene.) I have managed to include names from all my favorite vampire shows. Just call me a vampire nerd.
15 minPrep Time
30 minCook Time
45 minTotal Time
Preheat oven to 350 degrees F.
Cut rosemary bread into 1/2 inch cubes, bake for about 10 minutes, depending on oven. Bread will be golden brown.
Add bread to regular muffin cups.
In medium bowl, add eggs, half and half, basil, parsley, cilantro, chili pepper, salt, pepper, and black garlic. Whisk together well. Mash the black garlic and incorporate into the egg mixture well. Add on top of bread in muffin cups.
Bake for about 20 minutes, depending on oven, bread will be golden brown and egg cooked through.