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Danuta

SO easy to make and now I must try your serving suggestions.

Thanks, Danute – I am so glad you enjoyed it. Let me know how you like the serving suggestions when you try them, I can’t wait to hear from you! 🙂

Roberta

I’ve been looking for a good egg free recipe for my son who is allergic to chicken and eggs. These made the perfect muffin for our needs! Thanks for a great tasting egg-free recipe

Cleo Boyes

The aroma of freshly-baked bread would bring out one’s appetite and remind them of home with the holidays.

Candy

I really liked reading your post! Quallity content. Thanks for this recipe.

Abby O.

Made these tonight. They turned out like really nice fluffy, airy dinner rolls, not really like English Muffins… My husband said “they’re great!..for rolls!” They didn’t quite have the denser, heartier texture that I am used to in an English muffin. I am thinking this may be due to the absence of an egg (the non-bread machine recipe I almost made instead called for an egg, as did all of the other recipes I looked at). But for a pan-cooked roll, they were excellently light and tasty! Will probably keep these in my repertoire of semi-frequently used recipes as they… Read more »

Thanks Abby! At your suggestion, I’ll try and egg next time. These are a great egg-free version for those allergic to eggs.

Gordon Smith

I had to add about a half cup of water to get my old machine to mix.

Unfortunately, since we are not weighing the flour out to exact grams, we will have variations on how we all measure a “cup” some are packed more tightly or more loosly. This will cause the variation in water. Thanks for asking.

Theresa Garza

Love English muffins! Will try this easy recipe, but in the second step it says add dry ingredients and put butter on top of water. Is butter put in the first step or is more water added in the second step? I’m sorry, but I’m confused.

Hi Theresa,
I’ve updated the step 2 instructions to (hopefully) make it more clear. You are just adding everything else into the pan with the yeast/water mixture. Thanks for taking the time to leave a comment and ask. I hope you enjoy them!

Patricia

Just made your recipe for the English muffins (first time) I cannot wait for breakfast tomorrow morning, they look so deliciouuuuuuuuuus!!!!!!!

Hi Patricia, I hoped you liked them. They were a hit around my office.