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    6 Reviews |  By WJKing

    MMMMMMMMMmmmm! This is a great twist on an old favorite! Popular here in Lancaster Co.! ENJOY!

    Recipe #54788

    Grand Prize Winner from a Southern Living Magazine contest. Tender, gooey, and sweet--these rolls hit the spot and are worth the extra effort.

    Recipe #205768

    104 Reviews |  By Derf

    Delicious served warm with lots of butter. Please read Diana#2's review!! She has had a wonderful idea for Christmas gifts for friends. I am so delighted that she choose my Cranberry Scones to make gift bottles. Her instructions are great and the photo is wonderful. Thanks Diana !!

    Recipe #13067

    I went to a restaurant in town and they had these scones and I searched for them on this website and liked one, but I changed a few things. I hope you enjoy them!

    Recipe #90269

    26 Reviews |  By Derf

    These scones are perfect with chili and lots of butter--OR pour chili over scones.

    Recipe #14835

    41 Reviews |  By Rita~

    I just love it!!!!!!!!!!!!!! You tell me what you think????!!! Filled with dried cranberries and raisins and flavored with the black caraway seeds are so good. You can use regular but the black tops this. These black seed is also known as Black Cumin, Habbatul Baraka (the Blessed Seed), and by its botanical name "Nigella Sativa".

    Recipe #50600

    Yummy and full of fibre. These muffins have a distinct maple flavour, I recommend using the real stuff. The ground flax seeds can be found in health food stores and many grocers.

    Recipe #291972

    87 Reviews |  By Lennie

    I got this recipe from one of my SILs after having them at her house. Next time I make them I think I will add miniature chocolate chips!

    Recipe #14325

    This is an adaptation of a recipe from another site. It's called "Extra Banana Muffins" because it has a lot more banana in it than most recipes- 2 1/3 cups! it smells really good while its baking. (Note: chilling batter and filling the cups to the top is a must if you want dome tops!)

    Recipe #181348

    5 Reviews |  By Tish

    Kids who love peanut butter will enjoy the surprise in the middle...grown ups too!

    Recipe #19405

    5 Reviews |  By ~Nimz~

    Just started making breads this year and found this great recipe. You will not be disappointed. Prep time does not include time for dough to rise. It varies but usually about an hour and a half total for both rises.

    Recipe #132534

    17 Reviews |  By Saturn

    Adapted from Company's Coming - Mostly Muffins. The batter is a nice, fluffy, light batter. It scoops into the muffin cups easily. The final result is a touch crumbly but still tastes WONDERFUL. If you would like to, you can omit the oatmeal and increase the coconut by the 1/2 cup. That is how the original recipe was listed but I tried to make it a little lower in fat by decreasing the coconut.

    Recipe #203473

    I love Baklava and this is a delightful treat that brings the same flavors through. from How To Be a Domestic Goddess by Nigella Lawson.

    Recipe #22080

    I recently stumbled on to my copy of Margaret Rudkin's "Pepperidge Farm Cookbook" (1963). She has a chapter called "Cooking from Antique Cookbooks," in which she takes a number of 16th and 17th century recipes and translates them to modern terms. I find this endlessly fascinating ... and so I'm sharing a few of them, because I'm not sure this book is even still in print.

    Recipe #259044

    9 Reviews |  By Hanka

    Light moist and so easy to make.This recipe was given to me by Irish chef. These are truly best scones I ever had. Great with butter, jam or creme-fresh. They also freeze well.

    Recipe #246724

    Easy to make, moist and flavorful! My husband loves these. He says they taste like a cinnamon roll and I say that they are MUCH easier and quicker to make than cinnamon rolls. Try them! This is one of the ultimate comfort foods, in my opinion.

    Recipe #209547

    A great scone for kids and adults!! Taste just like snickerdoodle cookies. Perfect for a luncheon or tea.

    Recipe #124807

    Heres a new look at an old favorite. Yumm. I used 1 1/2 tsp cinnamon and 1/3 tsp of nutmeg, 1/2 a cup of brown sugar and a really good handful of raisins (not originally ask for at all). After all, isn't it the good stuff in the middle that makes a cinnamon bun?

    Recipe #198785

    45 Reviews |  By najwa

    I love these scones!! Great for breakfast or anytime ..

    Recipe #17366

    A kolacky is a small dinner roll-like pastry which is folded, enclosing filling in the center. The most common fillings include prune, poppyseed, apricot, apple, blueberry and raspberry. both open-faced and closed-face kolackys were made in Czechoslovakia. the closed kolacky came into being because the fruit in the open-faced buns would get all over the working man's lunch bucket. The men had their wives fold over the pastry so it wouldn't mess up the other things in the lunch bucket. This is a old recipe from my grandmother who came from Prague Czechoslovakian at the turn of the 20th century.

    Recipe #161232

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