I got this recipe from the Rosie O'Donnell Show when it was on the air. I've had the recipe for a few years but am just now getting around to making them and I'm glad I did! They are fantastic. I wasn't sure how the dough would turn out because when I was kneading it the butter did not seem to incorporate very well. I think I may melt the butter next time I make these. Anyway, the dough turned out fine after all. These are very tasty and sticky!
It's difficult to find something "healthy" and yummy in the same bite! For me this is pure comfort food, without so much of the fat! Found on ginny.com
(10 tablespoons = is 2/3 cup plus 1/2 tablespoon)
My husband found this recipe after our daughter came home from a friend's house reporting she had "Scrambled Pancakes". They were a hit and we've enjoyed them ever since. I had some kids over this morning and was in a panic when I couldn't find the recipe on my cluttered desk. I searched Recipezaar to no avail. I finally went back to my desk and found it. I'm posting this so I never need to worry about losing it again. I love it because this recipe adds extra protein to what is usually a carbohydrate packed meal. I've even sneaked in a few extra eggs on occasion. This is so easy, even the kids can make it!
Best attempt at duplicating the muffins we had at Rao's Bakery in Beaumont Texas. Great flavor -- requires no extra butter on top. The cream cheese keeps them moist and fresh a bit longer than a standard muffin.
It was the Fall of 1987 when Pete Nyhus walked into our office, just to visit. We started talking about breakfast, and he reached into a wastepaper basket and pulled out a scrap of teletype paper. He wrote out this recipe, and my family has never used pre-mix since.
Great breakfast or brunch item. Can be made the evening before, put in the refrigerator, then put into the oven to bake the next morning. I like to serve it with sausages and biscuits on the side. Great meal for guests.
A delicious Maine Hermit recipe that I have been making for years. Moist and just the right mixture of spices and raisins. Great with coffee and for dunking! You might be thinking--Where is down east? To Mainers, down east is down in the most eastern part of Maine. To others in the country, down east IS Maine.
This recipe came from an old cookbook that my sister found at a garage sale in Sudbury, that's Northern Ontario, Canada. It is fast and easy and different. We love it with lots of warm Canadian maple syrup! I love that there is no flipping or pan watching involved in this one.
My good friend DeLynn took a Cinnamon Roll making class at the Culinary Institute 15 years ago and this is the recipe she's being using ever since. She brought these to a gathering this weekend and they were delicious! I can see why she's never strayed from this recipe...why change from the best!