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I started with King Arthur Flour’s Basic Muffins recipe, then added orange zest, a variety of orange-juice-soaked dried fruits and some warm, welcoming spices. Then I piped the telltale cross on the top and, bingo.
A tropical twist on banana bread! This banana bread recipe is a perfectly moist and delicious version, with the added bonus of super-sweet coconut both in the batter and sprinkled over the top.
This is one of those magical recipes that tastes way too special to take only 10 minutes, if that, to prepare. With vanilla, nutmeg, and the crunch of pecans scattered along the top, you can’t go wrong. Serve with pure maple syrup and the weekend just got even sweeter.
So they’re a bit of a cheat – they use refrigerator crescent rolls. They’re also really, really delicious. The sauce creates a tart, lemony-orange caramel on the bottom of the rolls, and the zest settles into the cracks along the top.
Yes, they’re lumpy, bumpy and misshapen. But dang! These things are good. As scones go, they’re very tender and flaky – not dry at all. The tangerine glaze highlights the bright citrus zest along with the wonderful dried cranberries tucked throughout these bad boys.
They’re hearty and tangy and perfect for that lazy morning after Thanksgiving. And ridiculously easy to whip up, to boot!
These delectable muffins are tender and bursting with bright bites of fruit. The crumb topping just adds to the experience. Perfect for a special breakfast with the fam.
Nothing wrong with a little chocolate for breakfast, right?! This muffin recipe features the perennial favorite combo of banana and chocolate for a muffin everyone will adore.
This recipe for cornmeal drop biscuits is a winner. I especially love the satisfying, buttery crunch that the stone-ground cornmeal adds. Yum!
These muffins are perfect for Christmas. They’re chockful of festive ingredients and flavors: Fresh cranberries, zucchini, apples, orange zest … top with a little orange-vanilla glaze and add red and green sprinkles and you’ve got just the thing for Christmas morning.
Behold: A portable a bread pudding recipe infused with all the wonderful flavors of hot buttered rum. Cinnamon, nutmeg, brown sugar, a little butter, and, of course, a little yo-ho-ho.
The most basic of vegetarian stuffing recipes, made a little more special with a handful of sourdough bread thrown into the mix, along with caramelized onions and delicately-delicious chanterelle mushrooms. Yum.
This Zucchini Apple Muffins recipe is my new favorite. Packed with healthy stuff like zucchini, apple, and oatmeal, they’re not too bad for you either.
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