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Oh man, I loved these! These would just complete any meal really. Pasta, soup, salad...you name it. Make these when you get a chance. Make sure you serve them hot out of the oven.
This recipe is actually from my Pampered Chef consultant, Reesa Boudreaux ! It was one of the recipes she demonstrated at a party I hosted a few months back. Super simple and quick! Garlic Parmesan pull-apart Bread Ingredients 1 can of refrigerated Grands biscuits (not the flaky layers) 1/2 stick of butter 3 cloves of garlic, minced 1/2 cup grated Parmesan cheese 1 tsp Italian Seasoning (I omitted)
I feel like through life we are always finding new things out about ourselves. Like for instance, as a kid I loved clam chowder. Now, I've come to realize that I really don't care for it all that much, and that the only reason I was so crazy about it as a kid is that I thought it was fun to bite into the pieces of clam and have it feel and sound like you were biting into a balloon.
The batter for this easy-to-bake banana bread is enriched with the addition of sour cream. Martha Stewart Living, August 2004 Yield Makes 1 loaf Add to Shopping List Ingredients
Before I type this post, I must warn you, if you come across several misspellings, it’s because I am attempting to type and eat toast with honey on it at the same time. My fingers are a bit sticky from “taste-testing” today’s blog post subject. Not that there is any reason for “taste-testing” this particular recipe, because I have been eating it for as long as I can remember. You, my friends, are in luck today, because I am sharing my My Mom’s Wonderful English Muffin Bread recipe! I went to see my Mom last Friday and the minute I walked into the house I smelled something divine!
I posted about these amazingly delicious biscuits in September , but the post isn’t very complete, I didn’t give you my actual recipe, and the picture is somewhat lacking. So I decided to take pictures when I made them last weekend and give you a play-by-play with photos. So here’s the copycat recipe for Cheddar Bay Biscuits (I think that’s what they’re called at Red Lobster, yes?) (One note, I doubled the recipe, so the pictures show twice as much stuff as what I’m telling you.)
Last Friday I finished my exams and was planning on coming home and having a baking extravaganza, but then I tripped on my cat and fell down the stairs. We're both fine, though I think he's a lot more fine than me because as soon as I felt his soft body under my foot I took all my weight off of him and slid down the stairs. Which has left me with a swollen foot.
Would you rather eat a donut, muffin, or slice of bread if they were all baked (not fried) and made out of the same batter? Hmm… interesting . Last year I came up with a recipe for Baked Pumpkin Spice Donuts that both Mike and I went crazy for. (And this is nothing short of a miracle since he’s a self-proclaimed pumpkin-hater.) Since then, I’ve wanted to re-work the batter into muffins and/or quick bread. Then a few weeks back I saw a delightful Carrot and Cheese Cake on Joumana’s lovely blog, Taste of Beirut; I immediately knew I wanted to remake my pumpkin spice batter into a cheesecake pumpkin spice quick bread.
I love a good donut, especially a homemade one. What I don’t love is the pain associated with deep frying them. It is messy, time consuming and certainly more fattening. These baked Cinnamon Breakfast Bites mimic what I love about donut holes but without all the added stress and calories. They are super scrumptious and I encourage you to try them out yourself and see how long they last in your house!
I made up these little gems this afternoon in the hopes we would have them for Sunday breakfast tomorrow morning. However, they are SO GOOD, I don't anticipate them making it through the night. They will be devoured before bedtime. I know it. The town I live in does not sport a donut shop, can you believe that?
I love fresh bread hot from the oven. However until I got this recipe from my friend Kim, I rarely made homemade bread because it just took too long. I didn't have the patience to wait for hours while it raised.
Have you ever had King's Hawaiian bread? It's delicious, and my girls absolutely love it. Problem is, it contains eggs, so my son can't eat it. Therefore, I don't buy it very often. Plus, it's a little pricey. The other day, while searching for a bread to make for my son's preschool teachers, I stumbled across this one for Decadent Sweet Milk Bread .
I came across this cauliflower crust pizza on Pinterest, and was instantly intrigued. A low-carb pizza? Sign me up!