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    3 Reviews |  By Acadia*

    I love to give quick breads as gifts for the holidays and this one contains a lovely surprise!!

    Recipe #443151

    From Beatrice Ojakangas’ book, Great Holiday Baking Book. This is a quick bread that’s great for snaking or for serving with a meal. The bread is delicious served warm from the oven or served at room temperature. St. Patrick’s Day, March 17th, is named after St. Patrick, the British-born monk who is credited with driving the snakes out of Ireland. Patrick converted the Irish to Christianity and is said to have used the green shamrock (which means “little clover” in Gaelic) as a visual aid to illustrate the doctrine of the trinity, three holy entities in one. As a result, the shamrock and the color green have become symbols of St. Patrick’s Day.

    Recipe #476063

    This is a wonderful quick bread to make as an acompaniment to most any dish. It is very versatile and DELICIOUS 1 :-)

    Recipe #302399

    This is very good and the topping is out of this world. You won't even need syrup. Since it is made the night before, it is a great recipe for guests.

    Recipe #202865

    71 Reviews |  By Peace

    These sweeties puff like sopapillas and are great for breakfast or as a change from coffeecake! Cinnamon sugar can be made by combining 1 cup sugar to 2 TBS cinnamon.

    Recipe #88420

    This is a no knead, dutch oven bread recipe that peeked my interest in the Dec/Jan'o8 Mother Earth News magazine. The end result is a brick oven type of crust that I’ve never gotten with home bread baking before, the results are wonderful -believe it or not!

    Recipe #282232

    These muffins are a great treat to take to the office. The dry ingredients can be combined the night before in order to speed up the process in the morning.

    Recipe #239474

    What can be better then chocolate and coconut? This muffin makes a wonderful breakfast when you are looking for something a bit sinful, it also makes a wonderful snack or dessert.

    Recipe #239895

    This is just like monkey bread but made with cinnamon rolls instead of plain rolls. Mmmmmmmmmmm........ So yummy!

    Recipe #363410

    Eat on biscuits or scones. Good swirled in yogurt. Place between cake layers or eat straight up.

    Recipe #480393

    58 Reviews |  By DebM

    These muffins are super easy and super moist.

    Recipe #153642

    6 Reviews |  By blucoat

    This is a delicious, decadent and luscious French "bread casserole" from "The Zuni Café Cookbook" that you will want to make again and again. It's a great use for stale bread and a very forgiving recipe, you can improvise with other greens and cheeses. As with all panades, you may need a little more bread, or have some left over; same with the liquid, depending on the size and shape of your baking container. If you have more time, you can cook this at 250°F, for about 2 hours 45 minutes; the slower the bake, the more unctuous and mellow the results. If you have leftovers, the Zuni Cafe's Chef Judy Rodgers instructs: Warm about 1 tablespoon extra-virgin olive oil in a nonstick skillet over medium heat. Slide in a scoop cold panade and press gently to make an 2-inch-thick patty. Fry gently to make a golden crust, about 3 minutes, then fry the other side. It's also great rewarmed in the microwave. It is actually not difficult to make; the instructions are just very detailed. You can skip the stovetop step and still get great results. Enjoy!

    Recipe #368749

    Source: Taste of Home

    Recipe #281632

    Found thru Pinterest, this is similar to the Tastefully Simple beer bread recipes, with the addition of bacon and cheddar. Tasty, with a nice crust, this takes no time to mix together, and you have great, hot bread in less than 75 minutes. Credit for recipe goes to The Slow Roasted Italian blogspot.

    Recipe #477685

    When you have to have chocolate in the morning, these are the perfect fix. The melted butter in the batter helps to make them rich and cake-like in flavor and texture, but they are not cupcake-sweet. If you eat them warm the chocolate chips will be soft and gooey, for double the chocolate pleasure. Perfect with a glass of cold milk or a cup of hot cappuccino. This recipe is from Small Batch Baking.

    Recipe #308836

    13 Reviews |  By iewe

    Got this from a Land-O-Lakes recipes -- my daughter has been begging me to make this one. (Cooking time includes time to rise)

    Recipe #253188

    mmm Tiramisu Mini Muffins!! My picture just doesnt do it much justice! These are realllly good! For the espresso...I don't like coffee baked goods let alone espresso taste. I wanted it an actual tiramisu taste but not strong, so I used Maxwell House Maxiccino Hazelnut instant singles. Just one single I used. You can make these ahead over night if needed. Enjoy!

    Recipe #367307

    4 Reviews |  By Zurie

    This is based on a French recipe but I changed it substantially. Be warned that this "bread" has a consistency unlike any you've seen! It's actually delicious ... It can be eaten as it, without butter. It'll be great with wine and cheeses or on a platter with cold meats and other savory items. It's great with fried fish, or simply a mixed-greens salad. Next time I'll probably add walnuts in chunky bits as well. Easy and quick. I give both metric and American weights and measures.

    Recipe #267661

    This lovely recipe for scones comes from the book "Simply Scones" by L. Weiner and B. Albright, which I got for my bday yesterday. They taste great as is or spread with jam or clotted cream or even with some cheese melted on top. This I discovered when accidentally putting the cheese on the wrong scones before baking two different kinds. :) Hahaha...

    Recipe #391976

    A easy bread recipe that anyone can make. This bread has a very nice crust, and is perfect for sandwiches. Definitely my favorite bread recipe. Perfect first bread recipe. Enjoy!!!

    Recipe #398152

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