This is just terrific- everyone who has tried it has just raved! There's something about the spice combination that makes this bread unlike any other I've tried. This is my husband's absolute fall favorite. It freezes well, too, if you happen to be able to snatch one of the loaves from the folks eating it. The recipe originally came from a friend, Barbie, who died much too young. I think of her each time I make it.
DBF loves pancakes, oatmeal and blueberries, so why not combine them all. The oatmeal gives the pancakes a different texture but also makes them somewhat "heart-healthy." I you prefer your pancakes normal color and not purple, use the optional method for adding the berries.
This recipe was part of an email today from Cooks Illustrated: "It's hard to improve on maple syrup and a pat of butter atop steaming waffles or pancakes, but if you're looking to spice up your short stack, this variation using apple jelly and cinnamon is sure to please."
Breakfast in a dash! This may sound strange but is really a yummy and warm way to start your day off right. Cinnamon has been shown to stimulate the brain! Great for kids heading off to school for the day or anyone who needs to focus or concentrate. Full of energizing goodness that breaks through the morning fog and fill your tummy with something that will keep you going until lunch. Enjoy!
This is a moist, sweet bread. Children love it and never know that they are eating a vegetable. Many years ago a friend went to Hawaii and gave me this recipe when she came back. I baked it for my children and it was always a favorite after school treat. Now my grand chldren enjoy it. I think you and yours will too.
This is straight for Kraft:Family & Foods magazine. It is very similar to another recipe posted here on the zaar, with a few changes. It is yummy and will not last long...at least they don't in this house.
These muffins are delicious and have a great texture, and they are 100% healthy! No refined flour or sweeteners. We have a big family, so this recipe makes a lot of muffins, but it is easily halved for a smaller group. To make the muffins lower in fat, replace half of the oil with unsweetened applesauce. I also use "white whole-wheat" flour, which is softer than that made with red wheat (but has the exact same nutritional value).
Tender little scones that mix together in a snap using Bisquick Mix. Rather than kneading the sticky dough like traditional scone recipes, I use a cookie scoop to portion out eight scones.
If you use Heart-Healthy Bisquick, each scone has about 60 calories and 1 G. fat. The nutrition info shows higher values because REGULAR Bisquick is the only product in the current database.
These are really easy to make, and the cinnamon/sugar topping adds a nice touch of flavor. I make extras and freeze them in a tupperware container. Then I can just pop one in the microwave for my daughter's breakfast.