from ann hodgman's
with so many people having problems finding the sorghum, i revamped the recipe. this version produces a sweeter and lighter tasting muffin.
these muffins may have slightly different ingredients but the end result is a wonderful rich, moist muffin. the sugar sprinkled on top before cooking gives a slightly sweet crunch and cracked glazed appearance.
this is a moist, easy, colorful and delicious cornbread. roasting the corn adds a little nuttier flavor and the red bell pepper adds a nice color and flavor.
yes, this sounds bizarre, but it really is tasty and i have had some that was going around for months. it is a nice thing to start at work, school, church, etc. try it...it's like a chain cake instead of a chain letter :)
top with freshly sliced strawberries and whipped cream to create a classic summertime dessert. again, you can play around with different toppings a verytime you bake these cakes. wonderful !
what a great banana bread. nice change from your basic banana bread. adjutst spices to taste. candace submitted this recipe at another recipe site.
okay, another banana bread recipe...but maybe the other ones don't have at least one ingredient that this one does...my family loves the muffins from this recipe...especially when i make mini-muffins! (i usually halve the recipe!) makes 4 loaves or 60 muf
these muffins sound like they are very healthy for you, and pretty easy to make. another one of my great finds. to your health. enjoy
this is probably #2 of my top ten all time favorites. the recipe won harold freeman of phoenix $150 in a newspaper contest probably 20 years ago. he should have easily won $500, as i've made many life long friends equally addicted to harold's tipsy brea
this is a never-fail muffin recipe, it's a blank canvas for anything you can dream up! i like coconut and canned chopped pineapple that has been well drained! you choose what you want to add in! if you like a sweet muffin add in more sugar.
saw this on the rachael ray show while resting the other day and had to write it down. this looks so good and so easy peasy. how hard is opening a can of biscuits or frying up some bacon? can you smell the maple syrup too? yum-o!
i snagged this off of a website and made my own adjustments. these can be refrigerated overnight after shaping. let rise about 45 minutes at room temp before baking whether or not you refrigerate.
i got this recipe from my mom in law. i am not a big fan of bran muffins, but these are something different. crunchy, moist, and yummy!
this recipe comes from the little book of christmas joys. it is the best pumpkin bread i have ever had. both loaves never last a few days in my house. although allspice is optional but i never leave it out but i do leave out the pecans.
when asked how he like the cornbread my best friends hubby smiled big and said "it's more-lishous" well the name stuck and now thats what i call it. hope you enjoy as much as we do! sugar can be adjusted from 1/2 to 3/4 cup of sugar..my family likes sw
this is a wonderful quick bread to make as an acompaniment to most any dish. it is very versatile and delicious 1 :-)
these buns are light and wonderful. in just over 2 hrs from start to finish. this recipe is from the canadian mennonite cookbook.
i toyed around with ingredients while making zucchini bread, until i came up with a recipe my entire family could enjoy. i hate zucchini bread! but i love this bread, and when i sell it in the farmer's market, people say its the best they've ever tasted
muffins easy to adapt depending on your preferences and what you have available.
this is so cute!!! place "crab" onto lettuce-lined platter with mound of your favorite crab dip, surround with shells and crackers if desired! great for parties, picnics and bbq's!
this recipe is a cross between a donut and a muffin. baked, not fried, using wholesome ingredients, it is actually a smart start to your day!
while this doesn't have the authentic sourdough flavor, it still makes a tasty loaf!
this recipe comes from first magazine. i haven't tried it yet but it looks pretty good. i don't usually use cornbread mix unless i'm in a huge hurry but i might give this a whirl. you could probably incorporate this into your homemade cornbread recipe.
i first tasted these muffins at a brunch and the hostess was kind enough to give me the recipe.i asked her about the name she had given them, and she said if any food could ever say "good morning!" these muffins were it.
touchdown! this recipe is from that's trump. it is a greay appy that everyone will enjoy. not just for the grey cup!!!!
these mock "hamburger" buns are amazingly bread-like in texture (and taste!) and are suitable for all phases of the dukan diet! once completely cool, seal them in a ziplock storage baggie or a tupperware over night. they will totally change their consiste
a hearty moist oatmeal muffin that "sticks to your ribs". i cooked this up one cold wet rainy spring morning when i needed something to really warm me up.
i like this recipe for tortillas because the olive oil is much lighter (reason for the name) than the usual fats used to make them. i got the this recipe from a woman at a shower (or something very close to it...lol).
from the cast iron skillet cookbook
this recipe came with my kitchen aid mixer, and makes two absolutely beautiful loaves of french bread. i misplaced my recipe book and recently found it again, so am adding this recipe to zaar for safe-keeping! make sure you use a very, very sharp knife to
ran across this recipe a couple of years ago, and just found it again. it is so delicious, you can make a meal out of it and butter! (but, of course, i don't advise that!) i put the rising time in with the bake time!
this is my standard loaf of white bread, good for anything. very soft. i mix it in the bread machine then bake it in the oven. as with all my bread, i let it cool and then slice the whole loaf and put in a freezer bag and freeze and then i can take wha
from: "the africa kitchen by josie stow and jan baldwin".
another all time household favorite from "the best of bridge" series. going bananas is an excellent bread, and our fmaily has enjoyed it for years. 12 minutes to mix, and 60 minutes to bake and the rest is history.
these are the fluffiest & yummiest rolls! you will think you are in heaven! they contain potato, lemon zest and orange juice! i make a double batch of these every year at thanksgiving time. we eat them at the "feast" and then we eat them all week with the
this recipe was is an insight into my childhood as a reminder of my first love for baking bread. my grandpa used to make it for me and i loved it so much that i set my mind to mastering the process myself. awesome! for this an more awesome gluten free
these are not scones as the rest of the world knows them...i just call them utah scones. they're basically like frybread, sopapillas, elephant ears... delicious and completely unhealthy. this recipe includes my slightly 'healthy' ingredients--not that i
adapted from a delicious bread served at disney's polynesian resort. ohana means "family". the pineapple and coconut give it a truly tropical taste! i have found using the food processor makes the dough fool-proof, and i mix my yeast mixture in a large
this panettone really is
found this at weightwatchers.com.
this is great bread for making toast and dunking in coffee. it is also great for making french toast.
everybody i've ever made these for have loved them. i've made them with marshmellows before too... but that didn't really work out too well hehehe. in the picture the lighter biscottis don't have the cocoa powder in them and the darker ones do. (i like th
a little different than most soda bread recipes, which makes it even more delicious! the beer and pepper add a little different flavor, not mention a genuine irish-ness. i got this out of a woman's world magazine. this bread tastes best eaten right out of
these cinnamon sweet rolls are made with the famous herman starter. if you don't have your own hanging out in your fridge, search for "herman starter" on recipezaar to get one rolling. delicious! i'm adding my collection of herman recipes as time all
this was the winning entry at the 2010 iowa state fair for the tone's spices best cinnamon roll contest - overall winner - 2010 iowa state fair recipe created by janice nostrom of humboldt . janice, i can't wait to try this as my rolls are so bad i don
you don't need an electric mixer for this, and some of the calories have been reduced, without taking away from texture or taste.
found these on weightwatchers.com---they are wonderful! you'd never know they're healthy....(prep time is rising time for the dough).
after finding an old scone recipe in the crevices of my kitchen, i experimented a little and it turned into a low fat--but still delicious!--treat, great for breakfast, snacks, or afternoon tea. these are best warm, split in half and spread with jam,
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