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.
One of my favorite breakfast items is homemade cinnamon roll, but sometimes you don't have the time to proof the dough and so on for the time consuming task of making them. This cinnamon pecan streusel coffee cake has the taste of a fresh cinnamon roll within fraction of the time. It is also has airy texture like coffee cake is known for.
As winter peaks with its brutally cold weather here in Minnesota, it was time to bring some brightness with these citrus packed lemon muffins. These lemon crumb muffins come out moist and packed with a great lemon flavor. The muffins are them topped with a lemon infused crumble and glaze that brings a boost of energy in the morning. Within one bite, you will feel the warmth of a nice summer day.
One of the best flavors is a nice warm cinnamon flavored items for breakfast, everything from a warm cinnamon bun to these amazing cinnamon oat scones. These cinnamon oat scones are full of great cinnamon and sugar flavors blended into the flaky and buttery scones. Plus topped with a drizzle of a cinnamon glaze to top it all off. The addition with the oats help get you energized to start your day and they are perfect to grab on your way out the door to start your busy days.
As the new year begins, it seems like everyone is trying to eat better after the long holiday season full of amazing food and desserts. This oatmeal blueberry bread is the perfect nutrient dense breakfast for on the go or to enjoy on a quiet weekend morning. The bread comes out moist and packed with an amazing blueberry and cinnamon flavors. The plus is it is very easy to make and doeskin take long to prepare.
When i think of summer, one of the first things I think about is ripe peaches. Peaches have been one my favorites since I was a young guy. In these fresh peach muffins, the muffins come out moist and delicious! The muffins are packed with great peach flavors spiced with cinnamon. The crumble topping adds another layer of sweetness and crunch to the tender muffins. Your family will love these!!
As we are in the middle of the summer, the super hot weather we are having here is making the zucchini grow at a crazy rate. These double chocolate zucchini muffins are the perfect way to use some of them up. The muffin come out sweet and rich of from the chocolate and moist from the tender zucchini speckled throughout. Like most muffins they are super quick and easy to make and they freeze fantastic in a air tight container for a few months, but they tend not to last very long once baked.
When most people think of scones, they think a dry and hard triangle that is lacking flavor and mouth feel. The key to making scone is very similar to making pie crust, you need to have the butter cold and well distributed throughout the dough to get that tender and flakiness that makes both a great. These lemon blueberry scones are tender and flaky and packed full of flavor. They are amazing right out the oven, and with making small batch of six in this recipe it is perfect since they all will be enjoyed most likely right away. If you have ever doubted scones, you need to try these!!
A classic spring dessert is the traditional carrot cake. In these quick and easy carrot cake muffins they bring the classic flavor into a easy handheld breakfast that is perfect for any morning. The muffins come out super moist and packed with carrots, pecans and spice flavor. Then topped with a hefty layer of cream cheese frosting makes them a great treat through the day, especially for breakfast. The muffins can be frozen without the frosting wrapped individually or in freezer storage bags.
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!!