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    Recipe #360555

    Posting for safe keeping I don't have the times for prep and cook since bread machines differ

    Recipe #360422

    These are quick and easy to make and go well with a salad or soup!

    Recipe #357520

    Great flavor and texture. Sharp Cheddar cheese can be substituted if u want a more strong taste.

    Recipe #45703

    to my surprise, every broccoli cornbread on Zaar calls for "cornbread mix" this recipe is completely from scratch and WELL WORTH the extra steps! I don't remember where I found this... I've been making this for years... great with chicken, or chili.

    Recipe #333757

    If you love Pecan Pie you will love these muffins! I make these muffins at least once every two weeks! I take them to work and to Church. Everyone loves them...you will too!

    Recipe #12967

    Another allrecipes find. She says "This has got to be the tastiest and the most moist cornbread I have ever made. It is the most requested thing I cook, so I am sharing it. Don't let the ingredients fool you. It's unbelievable

    Recipe #57131

    I was trying to do my own copycat of Red Lobster's garlic biscuits, this is as close as I have come, very tasty, for those of you who've never been it's alot like a fall apart biscuit, it shouldn't look like a biscuit out of a can. I up my garlic personally but everyone wanted me to give them the original, I just love garlic.

    Recipe #352804

    This is a very moist muffin and great for breakfast or snack. Super easy and quick to make.

    Recipe #351623

    I'm not a big garlic lover, but this is a treat I always indulge in when I make it. Be sure to use a nice, crusty loaf of Italian bread, preferably from the bakery. A French baguette can be substituted. I don't suggest using a from-the-can loaf. (In response to HokieLady's review...I am using "real" NYC Italian bread from an Italian "bread-only" bakery in Little Italy. Robust, CRUSTY bread with a superior interior and exterior. Commercially baked Italian breads vary and I find that they usually are too flimsy in texture to give the results I get with a bakery Italian loaf.)

    Recipe #176541

    My future hubby and I really liked these muffins. When I made these I didn't spread the preserves on top. I found that these tasted better later in the day as I thought you could taste the Splenda when the muffins were freshly made. I got this recipe from the Sunday coupons.

    Recipe #348170

    These biscuits are our new favorite! They are very light and flaky! It's actually a delightful mistake I made on my everyday biscuits that was a serendipitous treat. Crunchy on the outside and tender in the middle. This makes six nice sized biscuits when cut with a jelly jar. Serve with biscuits and gravy, fried chicken, or beef stew. Make sure your oven is really heated for a longer length of time than usual. I use a pizza stone in my oven all the time to ensure even and constant heat. It really helps baked goods along the road to perfection. PLEASE NOTE - You can use a lot more milk in this recipe if needed. Just add until you get a soft biscuit consistency. I have used anywhere from 1/4 cup to 2/3 cup depending on the humidity and flour.

    Recipe #348286

    Weee! Guilt-free muffins! Light and fluffy. Light on the calories/fat too :)

    Recipe #348311

    My mother-in-law was missing part of this recipe (she came in late on the show) so she had me track it down and I'm posting it in case anyone else goes looking.

    Recipe #267002

    My girlfried made these "biscuits" and served them with a spicy bean soup and salad. Made a great accompaniment. She got the recipe from Southern Living.

    Recipe #77083

    4 Reviews |  By Sam #3

    This is my variation of Recipe #87629. I am one who likes lots of "stuff" in my breakfast muffins, but the above is a great base. You can halve or double the recipe easily.

    Recipe #298937

    I use this recipe so everyone gets a nice equal portion!

    Recipe #321665

    From BHG, these go pretty quick in our house.

    Recipe #276301

    Recipe #125351

    These cupcakes are my kids favorite snack to bring in their lunch boxes. They are so good that even the teachers would write me a letter requesting the recipe. Enjoy!

    Recipe #313442

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