These old fashion baked cake donuts come out tender and moist, then are dipped in cinnamon-sugar. They are a perfect treat for a cool fall day. These apple cake donuts are simple to make, similar to making muffins using mostly kitchen staples that most have in their kitchen already. The donuts are perfect for breakfast, brunch, or dessert. Who doesn't think starting a day off with a fresh warm donuts just makes the day better right off the bat!
Scones are a great addition to any breakfast. But depending on the recipe and technique, scones can be dry and sandpaper-y with flavor comparable to cardboard. They can also over-spread and taste pretty boring. However, these scones are packed with flavor and sweetness. This paradise scone recipe promises uniquely crisp and buttery scones with crumbly corners and a soft, flaky interior. The scones are packed with white chocolate chips, coconut and lime flavor in every bite. Perfect for parties or a breakfast or mid-morning snack any day of the week.
The State fair up here in Minnesota is a serious deal around here. You can get 100's of different dishes and everything under the sun deep fried for your enjoyment. Unfortunately this year we will have to be missing is due to the status of the world and other things. This state-fair funnel cake is a simple little dish that is fun for both and kids to make. The batter is only a few ingredients, almost all are staples in everyone's kitchen and they fry up within minutes. My daughter loves watching them fry and puff up into a fun web design then drenching them in powder sugar and other sweet tasty toppings.
In the summer, the one fruit that comes to mind is a ripe peach. The sweetness is the best part of the summer. In these peach white chocolate cookies, the sweetness comes out and makes these soft and chewy cookies a summer staple. The cookies take no time at all to prepare and bake within 15 minutes. The cookies also make a fantastic ice cream sandwich with vanilla ice cream pressed between two of these cookies.
There is one thing in Minnesota that every get together has, it is a classic bar. A classic shortbread cookie crust topped with typically a soft and chewy batter baked firm. It's a classic desert that every one loves and these chocolate almond bars do not disappoint. The classic shortbread crust is topped with a fudgey chocolate batter that is set perfectly on top with almonds throughout. They are full of rich goodness that everyone will love.
As life is getting more and more back to normal and being a lot more busy, it seems like I am always looking for a snack that will get me going and not packed with sugar and salt. In these chocolate peanut protein bars, they are packed with protein to give you a boost of energy and a bit of sugar to fix the cravings. Plus these protein bars are super soft and chewy and require not much more than a couple bowls and a spoon to mix everything together. Once you make your own, you will never go back to the store bought ones.
One of the things I love is cornbread muffins right out of the oven. They are packed with a rich and buttery flavor, however what is even better is these honey blueberry muffins. The muffins have a slight crunch and savory flavor of the cornmeal make a perfect backdrop for blueberries, which burst as they bake, creating pockets of juice that keep the muffins tender. They are extremely simple to prepare, about 15 minutes to mix everything up and under 30 minutes to bake.
As spring is here, one of the first things that come up in the garden is rhubarb. I feel like rhubarb gets a bad reputation, but I think its a great ingredient that adds get flavor and texture to sweets and desserts. In these raspberry and rhubarb muffins, each bite is packed with flavor from both the raspberries and the rhubarb. The muffins come out with a great red speckle throughout the muffins making them look delicious. Making it a great morning breakfast or snack throughout the day.
As this spring has been cool and rainy so far this year here in MN, there is nothing like a smell of cooked cinnamon to warm you up. This cinnamon raisin bread takes a bit of time to make and not the most attractive exterior, however the inside is flavorful and looks amazing and is perfect for breakfast all week (if it last that long). The bread comes out soft and packed with raisins and cinnamon sugar all throughout the loaf. The bread is amazing toasted with just butter, honey, or peanut butter spread over it.
When you live in a house with to chocolate loving girls, the best way to their heart is anything chocolate. In this double chocolate banana bread, the bread come out super moist and tender plus it is packed with chocolate flavor and little chunks of banana throughout. The preparation is quite simple and the smell as this bake is amazing, it will make your house smell amazing all day with the smell of chocolate. The bread is perfect for a breakfast any day or even a great dessert.
Hey everyone, I am Dan and Live in Minnesota. I am here to show you the wonderful world of cooking and baking. As being a young boy in the kitchen to being a chef for over 10 years, I will show you the great recipes I have used over the years and what I do next. Please stick around and Enjoy!!