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    Breads, Muffins & Biscuits

    Just like the name says....baked yummies!
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    I found this on AllRecipes, posted by Zoe. She says "There's no yeast in this bread, so it's good for special diets. You may also use soy milk instead of regular milk if you wish. It's pretty dense, but great when fresh from the oven. Especially with butter and honey on cold mornings!" I have personally made this a number of times as a quick accompaniment to warm soup. The original recipe calls for an oven temp of 450, but I find this gets too brown if I go that high. Also, I have made this as both a rustic round loaf and in a loaf pan. When I want to make a round loaf I put it on a cookie sheet. It does flatten a bit while cooking, though, so if I want slices instead of wedges I will put it in a loaf pan and tent w/ foil to avoid burning the crust. Yes, the dough will be more like a batter than a traditional bread dough, but I promise it will come out as bread!

    Recipe #402062

    I love those canned french fried onions. Do you? Now you can dress up those little crescent rolls with these onions. They sure are good and very easy to make. I got this out of A Taste of Home book.

    Recipe #304264

    A delightful savoury muffin that makes a great snack for morning/afternoon tea or a take-and-go breakfast on the run. Please use a firm style feta cheese for this recipe. Serve warm. Recipe makes 10-12 muffins.This recipe was an entry in the RSC#11 comp. You can add more feta cheese if you wish

    Recipe #283072

    5 Reviews |  By MsSally

    Wholesome goodness of oatmeal in a moist banana bread. Low fat and low sugar, DH doesn't like overly sweet banana bread. This is one of my inventions and I hope you like it as much as we do.

    Recipe #271201

    This is too good to be true, right? With a box of cake mix and a can of pumpkin, you can have muffins in no time! Adapted from sparkpeople.com.

    Recipe #260781

    3 Reviews |  By 2Bleu

    These are individual Russian shallot pizzas from Tajikistan. This recipe makes 8 breads about 6" in diameter, with a soft raised rim and flattened center topped with shallots.

    Recipe #257107

    These Flower Pot bread loaves or bread rolls will certainly be a point of conversation and no doubt bring gasps of pleasure and admiration when you serve them! Moreover, they are so easy to make especially if you start your dough off in a bread machine. Bread was originally baked in terracotta or clay pots, so these are not so different from old fashioned bread made many years ago. You must make sure your flower pots are seasoned before you bake in them, but once they are seasoned they are ready to be used over and over again. I have added a list of suggested extras, and I always like to sprinkle mixed seeds on top of these - they almost look like seeds that have been sown in the flower pots! I have listed ingredients for basic white bread here, but you can add wholewheat, granary or rye flour if you would like a variation. I am sorry, but I have to say it, these flower pot loaves or rolls should turn out "Blooming Marvellous"! Had to be said! Have fun. NB: Strong white flour is the British culinary term for bread flour, flour that is used in breadmaking with a high gluten content. All purpose flour is NOT strong bread flour and will NOT give the desired results in this bread recipe. It NEVER crossed my mind that anyone would think that old flower pots are used in this recipe!! LOL! PLEASE use new plant pots and season them before baking the bread in them, as stated in the recipe..........I hope that helps those of you who may have been "lost in translation"!)

    Recipe #256869

    This is an easy, light, low-fat dessert. You can either make this into a cake or cupcakes.

    Recipe #224903

    1 Reviews |  By ALH

    I've made these several times for breakfast.

    Recipe #214778

    This is a neat recipe for young cooks just starting out. Not too many steps and not too difficult. My dear friend has a 10 yr. old son, who's passion is to become a chef. I have him over, he picks a recipe, and I help him. By the way, the recipe's good also!

    Recipe #214226

    This is my variation of the many banana muffin recipes I have searched through. Very moist, texture is a little spongey, and the right amount of sweetness. Feel free to be liberal with the amount of bananas you add--you can't go wrong!

    Recipe #214137

    We have an abundance of cheerios at our house right now, so I had an urge to make something out of them. I found this recipe for muffins at Cheerios.com. very yummy! I didn't use the oil though because the muffins had all the applesauce in them. It still turned out good.

    Recipe #214118

    These muffins are a blessing for people restricted to low-fat foods, there is only about 1 gram of fat in each muffin, these muffins do not at all taste low-fat! This recipe will make 36 muffins, so just pop them into the freezer for a fat-free snack or for breakfast! If desired add in chopped nuts although that will add to the fat content, You can use egg beaters in place of eggs and white sugar in place of brown or use half of each.

    Recipe #211938

    No oil added, moist, low sugar, whole wheat...and delicious! Very flexible recipe-I throw in shredded carrots, apples, flax seed, oats, chocolate chips, etc.

    Recipe #211142

    These light-tasting cornmeal muffins are coated with grated parmesan cheese after they are baked. Serve them with a bowl of chili or hearty soup. Taken from the "Quick, Healthy and Delicious Cooking" cookbook by BH&G. Updated: After one reviewer brought to my attention that using larger muffin tins resulted in very small "caps", I mentioned that I tend to use smaller muffin tins for this recipe. You of course, can decide which you prefer.

    Recipe #210646

    8 Reviews |  By Karen67

    I got this recipe from my sister, Judy. They are a great side dish for dinner or soup, and are easy to make. These muffins might just convert some non-spinach lovers. If you make these in mini-muffin tins, bake for 10-15 minutes.

    Recipe #208071

    A nice hearty loaf. Great served warm.

    Recipe #206142

    4 Reviews |  By Redsie

    From BHG's New Dieter's Cookbook. If you don't have buttermilk, you can replace by sour milk (2 teaspoons lemon juice or vinegar in 2/3 cup milk - mix and let stand 5 minutes before using).

    Recipe #204045

    I got this recipe from beginnertriathlete.com this summer and have been making it constantly ever since. I have adapted it slightly by omitting the nuts and using skim milk instead of buttermilk. I make it with applesauce but you can substitute it for canola oil quite nicely.

    Recipe #194597

    This is a nice low-fat muffin that I was given several years ago by a friend.

    Recipe #189587

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