I’ve always loved blue corn. As a child I remember my mom buying blue corn kernels at Easter, which popped up bright white. Then a few year later, she bought blue corn chips and blue corn taco shells and again the rich color offered so much visual appeal. Now you see blue and red corn in most mainstream grocers. Times have changed! Blue corn contains anthocyanins, which may offer protection against certain types of cancers. So try including all colors of corn in your diet, from yellow corn in these tasty breakfast tacos, to baked red corn chips or these blue corn muffins below.
Makes 12 servings
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