These delicious muffins are sweetened with applesauce and spiced with cinnamon! A variation of a few different recipes I found and added together and tinkered with.
Tender and chewy, with a light touch of cinnamon, this quick bread is perfect for a winter morning.
A touch of lemon and cinnamon makes these moist apple muffins particularly delicious!
Rich and spicy, this bread is wonderfully laced with cinnamon, cardamom, allspice, cloves and fresh ginger. Chopped dates and dark beer add even more complexity. The recipe yields two intense loaves.
My mother Shelly Rice created the ultimate Basic Quiche recipe . . . almost anything can be added to make this basic quiche conform to your tastes, or it can be left plain for those with simple tastes.
Yellow cake mix is the secret to the success of these yeasted cinnamon buns. They make a rich, sweet breakfast treat.
If you are tired of simple fried bacon, try this. Bacon is simmered in a spice blend, then cooked until crisp and coated with great flavor.
A light buttermilk yeast dough starts you off on the right foot for these gooey rolls filled with brown sugar, cinnamon and butter. Once assembled, they can be refrigerated overnight if need be, so you can wake up and pop them right in the oven.
The perfect comfort food: fluffy challah* bread drenched in eggs and cream, layered with brown sugar caramelized apples.
With this special side dish recipe, everyone gets their own personal tart of sweet, creamy onion slices in a potato crust.