Blue Corn Muffins | Playa Rivera

It has been a busy busy last few days! Between the Eat My Blog Charity Bake Sale, Artisanal LA Holiday Pop-Up Shop and work I haven’t had a moment to myself. And while I did bake muffins on Monday to share with all of you, I had no time to post about them. But rather than leave you muffin-less, I thought you might enjoy these blue corn muffins.

These are blue corn muffins with almond butter from Chef John Sedlar’s Playa restaurant, and they are hands down some of the best muffins I’ve eaten. They have a nice crunchy exterior with a buttery soft interior. They are sweet and nutty. Slathered with fragrant almond butter, there is nothing better in the morning (or any time of day for that matter.) I even enjoyed them tonight secretly in the kitchen with my pal Caroline on Crack, while a fancy party was happening outside. Being secret special muffins made them that much sweeter!

8 Comments on Blue Corn Muffins | Playa Rivera

  1. lynn @ the actor's diet
    December 13, 2011 at 6:51 am (3 years ago)

    i’ve heard a lot about these muffins – i’ll have to go for brunch soon!

  2. Esi
    December 13, 2011 at 3:51 pm (3 years ago)

    I must try these soon!

  3. Banana Wonder
    December 13, 2011 at 6:20 pm (3 years ago)

    Mmmm I love blue corn items!

  4. Harold Kreb
    December 22, 2011 at 2:17 pm (3 years ago)

    sweet blog, rss following now and hope to see many similar posts soon.

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  3. [...] But back to that secret kitchen excursion. Since it was currently buzzing with appetizers being plated and brought out and a flurry of servers, I looked at Nastassia skeptically. But she assured me that Chef de Cuisine Kevin Levande OK’d it saying that I was only allowed in because I was Filipino, too. Hayyy! Turns out he had a batch of blue corn muffins made with Anson Farms Organic Cornmeal for Nastassia. [...]

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