French Toast Muffins - Lil' Luna. I’m kind of obsessed with breakfast and brunch, and thankfully my family is too! We especially love getting creative with French Toast, these little muffins were such a huge hit. They were a cinch to make and could easily be prepped the night before, refrigerated overnight and then baked in the morning. These would be perfect for special occasions, holidays or just for rushed weekday breakfasts. The best part is that they’re made with pantry staples. Just grab a loaf of your favorite bread (white bread, challah, croissants or cinnamon raisin bread), cube it and let it dry out. Toss the bread into the liquid mixture, place into a 12 cup muffin pan, sprinkle with the topping and bake until golden brown and delicious! If you’re looking for a great recipe to make for Thanksgiving or Christmas morning, you’ve gotta give these a try! French Toast Muffins Ingredients Instructions Preheat oven to 350 degrees.
Oh my goodness, these look AMAZING!! Thanks for sharing with us Natalie! Success! Cranberry Orange Muffins - Daisy Brand. Bacon Cinnamon Brunch Rolls recipe. No need to make your bacon separately when this way's so easy and good! Here's an incredible idea that makes you scratch your head and wonder, "Why didn't somebody think of this sooner? " It really seems that essential and brilliant. Who doesn't love cinnamon rolls? And bacon? So... you see where we're going with this... Yeah – just make them together. Start with a can of Pillsbury cinnamon rolls. Wrap the bacon around the outside of each cinnamon roll. Once all your cinnamon rolls are bacon-wrapped, it’s time to bake!
Cook just until the cinnamon rolls puff and fluff, turning a light golden brown. Allow ‘em to cool ever so slightly, then remove your muffins from the tin and prepare to ice their beautiful tops! The Pillsbury™ icing that comes with the cinnamon rolls is splendidly delicious. Sprinkle with sprinkles, if you please. Brooke blogs at Cheeky Kitchen, where she shares crazy simple, healthy family recipes. Caramel Monkey Bread Muffins with Icing recipe. We can all agree that mini food is tastier, cuter, and totally more fun than its full-sized counterpart, right? These little Monkey Bread Muffins totally fit that bill. My little monkeys love a big ol’ serving of monkey bread in the morning, but it just ends up being such a waste in my house. My husband leaves for work at o’dark thirty, so it’s just the three of us here for breakfast.
Try as we might, we can never finish off a full Bundt pan’s worth of monkey bread. These little muffins are the perfect fix for that problem! Let’s do this, shall we? Cut yo’ biscuits up. Next up, you grab a pretty bowl and dump in some sugar and cinnamon. Stick 6 of those little bites of goodness in 8 well-greased muffin wells. Time for the best part, y’all! Drizzle it over your biscuit pieces and pop the whole thang in the oven. Ah, perfection in just 13 minutes. Pop those suckers out of the muffin tin and place them on a rack.
Then get busy shoveling them in yo’ face. Tasteofhome. On-the-Go Breakfast Muffins Recipe. Easiest-Ever Cinnamon Roll Doughnuts from Pillsbury.com. Brunch Cinnamon Rolls Recipe. Cheese Pizza Muffins. Maple Bacon Cupcakes - Just 2 Sisters. ~Cream Cheese Pumpkin Puffs! | Oh Bite It. Sooo..are you ready for all things Pumpkin? I’m not one to jump on the ‘Foodwagon’ however..I just can’t help myself when it comes to Pumpkin. I’m not sure what I love more, the time of the year that it signifies, or the actual Pumpkin flavored everything…but I do love it! And that’s good because I’ve had lots of pumpkiny goodies pop into my head lately and I totally plan on bombarding you with all of them sharing them with YOU! Starting with these perfectly puffed perfect pumpkin puffs! Ohhh Lordy~ what can I say? They’re warm, they’re beyond moist, they’re subtly sweet, and super soft..like melt in your mouth soft.
~You can make a HUGE batch of these and become a holiday hero in a matter of minutes! What you’ll need for at least 2 dozen Puffs: You’ll need a Pumpkin batter base consisting of: To that batter base you will need to add: 1-1/2 cups flour 1 tsp. baking powder The Filling: 8 oz. cream cheese 1/2 cup powdered sugar a splash of milk or cream to thin it out if necessary! Directions: Garlic and Parmesan Roasted Asparagus | The Cookin Chicks. Our entire marriage, my hubby always said “I don’t like asparagus”. I never made it with any of our meals because of that. A few weeks ago, our local produce stand opened up and we of course, had to go get stocked up. *If you have a local produce stand, be sure to shop there for local, fresh produce, I love the selection of ours and how fresh everything is. While we were there, they had asparagus. Ooooooo it looked WAY too yummy to pass up, so I added it to the basket and said “sorry honey, you’ll have to learn to love it, hehe”.
Ingredients: 1 bunch asparagus spears, trimmed2-3 tbsp olive oil2 cloves garlic, minced2 tbsp Parmesan cheese, (grated works best)Salt/Pepper (to taste) Directions: Place asparagus on the bottom of a baking dish.Pour olive oil on top of asparagus and toss to coat.Arrange asparagus in a single layer.Sprinkle garlic and Parmesan on top, as well as desired amount of salt and pepper.Bake in a preheated oven (425) for about 15 minutes, or until fork tender. Chocolate Peanut Butter Dream Bars. Cream Cheese Crescent Bunnies recipe from Pillsbury.com. Cherry Oatmeal Muffins. Apple cinnamon crumble muffins recipe. 2.5K Flares Facebook 279 Google+ 544 Pin It Share 1.7K 1K+ Twitter 13 Email -- Email to a friend Filament.io 2.5K Flares × Topped with a crunchy crumble, these apple cinnamon muffins are out of this world. They are just the right amount of sweet, and the texture that the apple chunks give them is perfect.
Your home will smell amazing while they bake, and they’re so good it will be hard to save them for your morning coffee. from: ben rayl problems viewing this recipe? Ingredients for the muffins:sugar - 1 cupbrown sugar - 1 cupall-purpose flour - 4 cupsbaking soda - 2 tspsalt - 1 tspcinnamon - 2 tbspgranny smith apples - 3, medium, peeled, cored, and diced reserve about 1/3 cup for the crumbleeggs - 4, largebuttermilk - 2 cupsbutter - 1 stick (115 g), meltedfor the crumble:brown sugar - 2/3 cupall-purpose flour - 1/2 cupcinnamon - 1 tspbutter - 2 tbsp, meltedgranny smith apples - 1/3 cup, reserved how to to make the crumble: click here for a printer friendly, text version.
Pancake Muffins with Sausage Recipe. These Pancake Muffins with Sausage are drizzled with warm maple syrup and perfect breakfast for hectic mornings! My version of Pancake Muffins is made from scratch but you can also make them with pancake mix and sub in any of your favorites in place of the sausage – bacon, blueberries, you name it! I was browsing Pinterest a couple of weeks ago when I came across The Pioneer Woman’s recipe for mini pancake muffins. They were adorable, and filled with blueberries which sounded so delicious. I decided to put my own spin on her cute little pancake muffins and try making them in a full-sized version with sausage. The sausage part is totally optional, but we loved these Pancake Muffins with the sausage. And of course, get some real maple syrup to drizzle over the top of the muffins. Be sure to start with cooked sausage, don’t even attempt to put raw sausage in these muffins. Prep Time: 10mn Cook Time: 15mn Total Time: 25mn Pre-heat your oven to 400 degrees.
Cherry Pie Bars. This is another one of those recipes that kept passing by on my personal Facebook timeline so much that I decided to make it for our Memorial Day celebration with my son and daughter-in-law. Since that holiday is the unofficial beginning of summer and falls right in the midst of crawfish season, they host a crawfish boil every year, along with the usual hot dogs and burgers.
One of my son's closest friends, Brad, is the master crawfish cook, so he always handles the cooking of the crawfish and does an excellent job of it. They sure were good this year! The boil has become a bit of an annual tradition for them and we look forward to it every year, though it was so hot that day, that The Cajun and I didn't stick around too long. I adapted the bar recipe that's been passed around to my own liking, of course, and loved the results.
Anyway,, here's how to make them. Preheat the oven to 350 degrees F and butter a 9 x 13 inch baking dish; set aside. It will be a thin layer. Delightful E Made - Making Life Delightful with Food, Family, Friendship, and FunDelightful E Made. Gooey Cinnamon Rolls recipe! No yeast needed! Buns In My Oven Applesauce Donut Muffins. I think I owe you guys an apology. I’m a jerk. A big, mean jerk. I skipped right over the apples and went straight for the pumpkin recipes and now we’re all tired of pumpkin and jonesing for some apples. Or is that just me? I don’t think it’s just me, according to the people on my Facebook page who whine when I share yet another pumpkin recipe. So, this is me, begging for forgiveness with a cinnamon sugar coated apple recipe. These little mini muffins bake up light and fluffy and then they’re dipped in melted butter (oodles of it!!) Now, before we jump to the recipe, tell me the truth about something. Nikon recently reached out to me (me!!)
Nikon. I’ve been a Nikon girl since the minute I got interested in photography. So, in my best fan girl voice, I said holy heck, yes I will review your camera. I needn’t have worried. (source) I love the way the info is displayed on the back of the camera. Did I mention the wi-fi capability? Print Recipe Yield: 24 mini muffins Prep Time: 10 minutes. Cranberry orange poinsettia coffee cake | ChinDeep. A lazy, lazy day here at our house. After the flurry of decorating and cooking yesterday, I’m taking a break. Lots of tea sipping and reading under a blanket while a fire dances in the fireplace. Tonight’s dinner… leftover turkey soup with rice, crock pot roast, a simple baby spinach salad… and if anyone wants dessert we’ll have pancakes. I know, it’s hodge podge, but it’s cozy and easy and I like the fact that nothing goes to waste. Here’s a wonderfully colorful, pretty and festive coffee cake that would be delicious for a Christmas brunch, afternoon tea, or dessert.
It’s chock full of fresh cranberries and everyone here just loves it. for the coffee cake: 2 and 1/2 cups all-purpose flour 1/4 cup sugar 1 teaspoon salt 1 package active dry yeast 2/3 cup whole milk 2 Tablespoons real butter 1 large egg 1 Tablespoon orange zest for the filling: 3 Tablespoons melted butter 2 cups fresh cranberries, halved 1/3 cup raspberry, cherry or strawberry jam 1/3 cup sugar juice of one orange for the icing/garnish: Nutella Banana Oat Muffins. There is something about the Nutella and Banana combo that makes my heart sing. I was craving it the other day and decided to turn that combo into some muffins. These were incredible and reminded me of my Nutella Banana Cookies in a way. My husband gobbled up 3 or 4 of these in one sitting saying I think this needs to be a Sunday Morning regular :) It always makes me happy to hear him rave about my food. If you need a tasty and new breakfast idea, give these a try!
Nutella Banana Oat Muffins The Nutella-Banana flavor combo is so delicious in these muffins! Author: Nikki Recipe type: Breakfast Serves: 12 Ingredients 2 cups flour 1 cup old fashioned oats ¼ cup white sugar ½ cup brown sugar 2 teaspoons baking powder 1 teaspoon baking soda ½ teaspoon salt 1 egg ½ cup milk ¼ cup vegetable oil 1 teaspoon vanilla extract 2 bananas, mashed Nutella Instructions Preheat oven to 375 degrees F. Enjoy! French Toast Muffins | Baked French Toast Muffin Recipe. Baked French Toast Muffins I eat oatmeal with Caleb every morning for breakfast.
It’s our thing. We invite Josh to our oatmeal party, but he rarely attends:) He would rather eat cold cereal or toast. Josh will sit down to watch cartoons though. I think he likes Curious George and Dinosaur Train more than Caleb does:) When we go out for breakfast, it’s a different story. I think Sunday will be a French toast day at our house. When we do make French toast at home, it is usually Baked French Toast.
Who wouldn’t want their own French toast muffin? I am sure the kids, dad, the dog, and whoever else wants to help make breakfast for mom will have fun making French toast muffins. Caleb couldn’t wait to get his tiny hands on a muffin! Treat mom to Baked French Toast Muffins on Sunday! If you are looking for other Mother’s Day brunch ideas, here are a few of my favorite recipes: Happy Mother’s Day! Apple cinnamon crumble muffins recipe. Cherry Oatmeal Muffins. Coffee Crumb Cake Muffins | Moore or Less Cooking Food Blog. Brown Butter. That’s the word on the street that makes everything baked taste even better. Don’t you know it’s a fact that everything tastes better with butter and everything tastes amazing with brown butter.
Well, that’s what I have read in baking journal’s. I love coffee cake, yes, I really love coffee cake, any excuse for making a coffee cake is my perfect morning. But since I didn’t have an excuse to make coffee cake, I made coffee cake muffins. I knew my kids would love to have one of these before they went off on their merry way to school…..I was so right and voted Best Mom of the Year because of it….well maybe I am exaggerating this point a bit! Coffee Cake Muffins makes 12 muffins 10 Tablespoons unsalted butter 1/2 cup plus 2 tablespoons whole milk 2 large eggs 2 teaspoon vanilla extract or 1 vanilla bean ( I used a vanilla bean, cut the bean in half, scrape seeds with a sharp knife or use your thumb nail like I did) 2 1/4 cups all-purpose flour 1 cup sugar 2 1/4 teaspoons baking powder.