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    Galley Wench's Quick Breads

    Quick breads also include, biscuits, muffins, cakes, cookies; anything that is baked with baking powder and/or baking soda.
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    I can't believe I've had this recipe for over 25 years. It has been such a staple in my household that I guess I've sort of taken it for granted. I think it's about time I shared it!

    Recipe #487268

    I've been making this cake for years. It's a wonderfully moist pound cake, with chocolate chips . . . definitely not a low cal recipe! This recipe freezes extremely well.

    Recipe #170228

    Just found this recipe in my old recipe file. Grandma use to make this simple recipe to serve with tea in the afternoon. Only things on the old yellowed page are the ingredients, no directions, so I'm taking some liberty here. Think of it as an adventure . . . this is how our grandmothers use to cook!

    Recipe #225702

    In the February 1995 issue of Better Homes and Gardens this recipe is proclaimed to be the BEST carrot cake ever!

    Recipe #257129

    This is a simple yet elegant dessert. Great served alone or with fresh blueberries. To simplify the preparation I use a food processor or blender. If using the creaming method be sure all ingredients are at room temperature. Recipes courtesy of Cook's Illustrated . . . my favorite food magazine!

    Recipe #169672

    Made this up for my DH on Father's Day! Very moist cake! Another option would be to substitute Amaretto for the Grand Marnier.

    Recipe #235651

    This recipes comes from Pischke's in Scottsdale -- a one of a kind restaurant! Simple yet very tasty!

    Recipe #185597

    This recipe was originally published in a November 1978 Better Homes and Gardens magazine. Depending on your sourdough starter the flour may need adjusting so suggest holding back 1/4 cup of the flour until determined if needed.

    Recipe #191464

    Posted for the French recipes -- ZWT 2006. I believe the original recipe came from Gourmet Magazine. Worth every minute of the time it takes to prepare.

    Recipe #175547

    My son has been making tortillas for several years. This is his 'tweaked' Joy of Cooking recipe. So much better than store bought tortillas!

    Recipe #180143

    This is actually a bread recipe baked in giant muffins. . . this solves the problem of an underbaked center and over baked exterior! Of course you can bake in a loaf pan, but be sure to adjust your time/temperature.

    Recipe #326278

    The Grand Hotel on Mackinaw Island use to be known for their Banana Bread. This is my version of the bread.

    Recipe #234232

    Amazing flavor and so easy to make! This is a sweet bread similar to banana bread in texture. Serve warm with cinnamon butter or cream cheese. Make it plain or add craisins, dates, nuts, or let your imagine go wild. If you are not weighing the flour besure to spoon the flour into the measuring cup; it's important to have the correct amount of flour otherwise you'll be disappointed! Original recipe was found on Simply Recipes, however I've made a few adjustments!

    Recipe #417703

    This bread makes me think of the holidays ! Like to serve mine with cream cheese spread on the top -- at times make little finger sandwiches! Recipe is from William-Sonoma Muffin Cookbook.

    Recipe #248401

    Not just another corn bread recipe. This recipe comes from The Boulder's, a 5 star resort in Scottsdale, Arizona

    Recipe #191492

    Great for breakfast, snack or a brown-bag lunch. Adjust baking time accordingly if making regular muffins. Original recipe comes from William and Sonoma, however I've made a couple additions. UPDATE: The recipe has been changed to incorporate suggestions from reviwers. UPDATE #2: Also changed the instructions to reflect the previous changes.

    Recipe #391292

    Perfect anytime! Updated, I've changed the flour to indicate reviewers suggestions.

    Recipe #283075

    These are incredible! So moist and tasty! Great way to use up some of zucchinis from your garden. Recipe is from Jacqueline's Markeplace and Cafe in Scottsdale. I've found that they are better if the batter is allowed to sit for 15 to 20 minutes before baking. This allows the zucchini to release the water. I love cinnamon, however if preferred you can reduce the amount of cinnamon. Muffins freeze well.

    Recipe #185599

    These moist muffins bake up great in muffin top tins or mini muffins too. Maskes 12 muffins, 10 muffin tops or 24-30 mini muffins. Use very ripe bananas. Recipe was found on the internet -- Diana's Desserts, however I have made a few modifications.

    Recipe #393188

    Rich delicous brownies with a subtle hint of spice. Note: Use only ANCHO CHILI powder as it is a smokey slightly spicy chili powder!

    Recipe #394884

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