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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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Creamy peanut butter sandwiched between layers of oatmeal, and then topped with chocolate. For the peanut butter lover in your family! Recipe from an ancient Better Homes and Garden cookbook.

Recipe #373852

Breakfast on the go! I've made some changes to my favorite oatmeal cookie recipe; incorporating peanut butter and molasses! They're so yummy!

Recipe #378817

Bet you can't eat just one!!!!!!!!!! So good! Found the recipe on King Arthur Flour site.

Recipe #413186

The best part of the muffin is the top! The kids will love them! Started out as a William and Sonoma recipe however I made modifications. The only special equipment needed is a muffin-top pan, or they could be baked in english muffin rings.

Recipe #390935

This recipe is incredibly easy (and so tasty) to make because you don't have to cut in the fat -- it's already there in the cream. Recipe from The Gourmet Cookbook. Unlike traditional biscuits, cream biscuits benefit from relatively rough treatment. so don't be afraid to knead for 30 seconds. NOTE: Be sure to use heavy cream, otherwise you'll be disappointed!

Recipe #263699

Found this tasty recipe on the internet (epicurious.com).

Recipe #320796

Perfect for camping, RVing or boating! Can be used in any recipe calling for store-bought baking mix. Found on the King Arthur Flour website. Recipes using this baking mix include: Recipe #377831

Recipe #377822

Another Cook's Illustrated recipe. Perfect for when you don't have time to make the traditional yeast cinnamon buns.

Recipe #235071

Found this recipe in my recipe 'basket' . . . have no idea where it came from but it's our favorite.

Recipe #257148

With recent success cooking with beer, I find myself obsessed with different types of dishes. The original recipe comes from Epicurious (Gramercy Tavern NYC) however I've modified to use candied ginger, which i usually have on hand

Recipe #428729

These are definitely the ULTIMATE in oatmeal cookies. I've been using craisins instead of dried cherrirs and they're WONDERFUL! Recipe comes from Cook's Illustrated.

Recipe #298257

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