Doughnuts and muffins to me is the breakfast choice you have when you are looking for something extremely easy and fast to eat on a busy morning. Both are great in there own way, but doughnuts check so many more boxes since they are sugared filled and greasy from being fried. These chocolate muffin tin doughnuts have great characteristics of both, but the texture and richness you get in doughnut, but the ease of muffins when making them at home. With the baking process you don't have to worry about having oil at the right temperature and flipping them over mid way. Just scoop the batter in the muffin tins and let them cook hassle free for 20 minutes.
The weekend's to me are the only days I will sit down and actually have a breakfast. Hash browns are a classic favorite as part of a full breakfast. The downside for good hash browns is that you need a lot of oil to get a great crispy crust. For these potato waffles, the waffle iron gives a great golden brown crust while still having a tender and moist interior. The second good part is that you don't need to load the waffle pan with tons of oil so you don't have greasy potatoes like you will normally have with traditional hash browns. Check out the recipe below.
The art of making a great biscuit is not to over work the dough, you want to mix the dough just until everything moist and incorporated. These cheddar, bacon, and green onion biscuits are fluffy and packed full of flavor. The best part s that they come out huge, they are perfect to be sliced in half and filled with your favorite meats and transformed into a great sandwich, or my favorite way just how they are. Check out the recipe below.
These cappuccino muffin are packed with coffee and chocolate flavor and nice and moist that will keep a great flavor for a few days. For most people, these muffins a great and easy way to start your day along side a cup of coffee or milk.
Cranberries tend to be a great staple for the fall season especially around thanksgiving. The great tart flavor and the vibrate red color makes it very appealing to the eyes. This Cranberry Streusel Cake is a great addition to your thanksgiving table for a dessert option, it even makes a great breakfast cake option too. It has a great combination of sweet and tart from the cranberries and orange in the cake.
The first thing is you make the base cake, whisk together the flour, granulated sugar, baking powder and soda and salt. Cut in the butter to the flour mixture until a course meal like texture. Using a hand held mixer on low speed is an easy easy of doing this, you can also use a pastry blender or two knives.
In a separate bowl, whisk the egg yolks, sour cream and vanilla extract together until smooth.
Add the egg mixture to the dry ingredients just until all dry is moist. Scrap the batter into the prepared cake pan.
In a medium bowl, Stir the cranberries, orange juice and zest, granulated sugar, cornstarch, vanilla extract and 1/2 teaspoon of cinnamon.
Top the cake batter with the cranberry mixture until evenly covered.
In another bowl, mix the flour, oats, brown sugar and the remaining 1/2 teaspoon of cinnamon. add the butter and cut in with a pastry cutter or two knives until well incorporated and small chunks are formed. Add the streusel topping onto of the cranberries. Cook for about 1-1/2 hours until a knife comes out clean and cranberries are bubbling. Let cool completely and remove from pan.
The two best breakfasts in my opinion is cinnamon rolls and Apple pie, yes pie for breakfast is the best way to start the day!! The combination from the apple pie filling in the soft and flaky cinnamon roll is great, plus topped with cream cheese icing. The whole process talking about two hours you wont be spending your whole day on the rolls.
For the apple pie filling you can go easy and get the pre-made can kind, but if you are going through making your own rolls mind as well make your own which is easy. Both will come out with the same texture and similar flavor, but homemade always tastes better to me.
As the rolls bake there will be extra sugar syrup on the bottom that makes the both carmalized so if I see this when the rolls are done I like to flip them over while baking, i know the presentation is the prettiest but the caramelize drizzle that seeps back into the roll is worth it.
As the rolls are warm enjoy them as you deserve it after making the rolls with your favorite people and will last for a few days if the rolls are still around to be claimed.
Its again that time of year where the leaves are changing and the air is getting cooler. These cranberry pumpkin scones are perfect for that morning that has a great tart flavor of the cranberry with the sweetness of the cinnamon glaze that coats the moist pumpkin flavored scones. They are best when they are still warm from the oven but still have great flavor for days to follow.
You want to start with ice cold butter, I tend to cut the butter into small bits and place in the freezer while I get all of the dry ingredients measured and sifted into a bowl. you want to use a pastry blender or two knives to make the butter and flour mixture look like a course panko bread crumb texture.
Once you have the butter mixed in you want to add the cranberries, milk and pumpkin and mix into a soft dough. You want to roll the dough out on the counter top to a 1" thick circle.
Cut the dough into 12 equal size pieces, I like to use a 3 inch biscuit cutter to make nice circle shaped scones. then bake in a 350F oven for 20-25 minutes.
While the scones are baking, prepare the glaze by mixing the powder sugar, melted butter, milk and cinnamon. Mix until smooth. When the scones are done remove and let cool for 5 minutes then drizzle about 1 tablespoon of the glaze over each scone. And serve warm.
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!!