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    Muffins and Quick Breads (Tried and Liked)

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    A great bread to have with breakfast, or as a snack. Makes 2 loaves.

    Recipe #280665

    Recipe #245464

    Banana bread in bar form

    Recipe #234592

    From located in Canada. We are fortunate here in Oregon to have delicious blueberries in the summer ready to be picked and used in a all sorts of recipes, both savory and sweet! Homemade lemonade served with these muffins would do nicely.

    Recipe #156989

    This is an adopted recipe. This recipe makes light, fluffy and soft muffins which are more cake like with a hint of lemon.

    Recipe #75754

    I am always looking for new ways to prepare sweet potatoes; these are unusual and really good! I wonder if pumpkin would work as well…

    Recipe #152079

    Homemade corn muffins are so much better than from a mix! These are especially good with homemade chili. They are sweet and orangey.

    Recipe #152017

    I love quick breads! This is a great one for fall. You could add nutmeg too if you’d like. And a powdered sugar glaze would be wonderful.

    Recipe #152007

    Sandy is a friend of our family and a wonderful old-style cook. I raved about her bread and she gave me her recipe! Hers still turns out better than mine for some reason!

    Recipe #152008

    I’m on a pumpkin kick lately. These would be really good with lemon or orange flavored tea. Apple butter would be wonderful on these too. 10-12 small scones

    Recipe #166434

    These are light, unlike typical pumpkin muffins. Good for spring. Golden raisins and walnuts would be good in these if you made full-size muffins. Try filling them with cream cheese after baking. YUM!

    Recipe #162151

    This is great! It’s unusual because it isn’t really sweet or heavy. Put in lunches or as a side dish for dinner.

    Recipe #160890

    Try spreading Nutella on the slices of this bread. YUM! It was my mom’s recipe and a great way to use up over-ripe bananas. This is the same recipe I use for zucchini bread. Just substitute shredded zucchini for the banana.

    Recipe #152011

    These are an excellent way to use up all that zucchini that has threatened to take over your garden. I took these to work and they were a huge hit. A variety of herbs would work. Try oregano or thyme for a little variety.

    Recipe #156232

    This is a classic for fall! It’s a little different because it has a bit of an orange flavor, which I love.

    Recipe #152015

    This is from the Horn of the Moon Cookbook. I hate to throw anything out, so when fruit gets over ripe, I make breads. This is really good for breakfast. Adding cinnamon and raisins to the batter would be good too. Make sure you mix everything together well.

    Recipe #152151

    I love anything orange flavored and these are wonderful! Try adding walnuts and brown sugar to the tops before baking. Mandarin oranges are especially yummy in this one. Serve warm with lots of butter.

    Recipe #152131

    Fresh blackberries would be the best here but the recipe works well with frozen berries too. Eat warm with lots of butter.

    Recipe #152153

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