This recipe is a bit time consuming, without doubt. However, the final product is to die for!! Once decorated this cake is soo beautiful. This was published in Bon Appetit, March 2007 edition. This cake should be done a day before.
This recipe was published in the Chicago Tribune, Good Eating section and it caught my eye. The recipe was adapted from "Bundt Bliss", by Susanna Short. It is said to make a very dense cake, and YES, you put the entire orange in the cake peel and all. This gives the cake an intense flavor.
Ok...here in the US avocados are used in savory salads...but in Brazil we eat them sweet. This is known as "creme de abacate", when blended with sugar and milk this comes out to be a creamy goodness, trust me! Before making this make sure you chill the entire avocado so it is nice and cold.
This recipe was found in Taste of Home; contributed by Coleen Johnson from New York. I like using this recipe because it is relatively low in fat and is full of chocolate chips in every bite. It also only has a slight banana flavor, and does not over power the chocolate. It rises up nicely and is not overly moist (if that makes any sense). Sometimes too much moisture makes the muffin a bit "soggy" and thus spoils faster (mold).
I know there a re a ton of these recipes out there, but this one that I tried from a brand name recipe book, is actually pretty good, and deserves to be tried at least once. The brown sugar gives the muffin a new spin!
This recipe was one of the top recipes published in 2008 by the Chicago Tribune newspaper in the Good Eating section. It was adapted from "The Woman's Day Cookbook for Healthy Living." The lemon zest provides a surprising zing.
These muffins have become a family favorite. Loaded with pumpkin taste! Great for the fall or all year round. This was submitted by Victoria Meacham (won the best pumpkin recipe contest) and published in Quick and Simple magazine. I usually substitute the nuts and raisins for mini-chocolate chips...but it is great as written!!