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Copycat Panera Breakfast Baked Egg Souffle

We love the breakfast egg souffles at Panera Bread so I decided to try and copy them. Most recipes I found use crescent dough. I tried it and hated it, they were nothing like Panera's. I experimented with...

Author: Pamela Rappaport

Egg Conversion (I used liquid eggs in this Quiche)

It was brought to my attention some don't use Liquid Eggs...so maybe this post will be helpful. (photo of Quiche by: CinStraw)

Author: Straws Kitchen(*o *)

Portuguese Sweet Bread (Massa Sovada)

No where else can make a sweet bread loaf like my hometown of Fall River, MA. It is a traditional recipe that is known to be brought over from the immigrants of São Miguel. This bread is most popular...

Author: Tara Pacheco

Apple Barn Apple Fritters

If you've ever been to the Apple Barn in Pigeon Forge TN you've had these served to you for breakfast with apple butter and their Apple julip. I make mine with Splenda instead of sugar and just toss in...

Author: Dave T.

Krispy Kreme Original Glazed Doughnuts

Krispy Kreme Doughnuts are a big hit with my family but, there are none here in New Hampshire. So, one day I was bored and decided to mess around in my kitchen and this recipe hit me.

Author: Melanie Campbell

Mary's Blue Ribbon Banana Bread

Yum! This is an old-fashioned banana bread recipe that's delicious. It's a very basic recipe but so good. Reminds us of something our grandmother would make. This banana bread is moist and tender, slightly...

Author: Mary Louise

Pear Pineapple Preserves!

I received this from a friend several years ago, and its a great addition to my preserves. It has a very unique flavor with a flair, something different to serve to your guests and to give out as gifts....

Author: Gail Eischeid

Tomato Jelly

This was my late Mother in Law's recipe. She made this every fall and everyone couldn't wait for it. I don't know where else it originated from but I just know it's a very old recipe. I hope you enjoy...

Author: Anna Mae Kantor

Cornmeal Mush

Mama used to make mush when I was growing up. I'm not sure if I remember liking it much when I was little, at least not since we had boxes of Coco Wheats in the house. Hmmm... Chocolate vs. Cornmeal......

Author: Staci Cakes

Weight Watchers Pumpkin Muffins

I just have to share this easy and delicious recipe! There are only 3 ingredients in this recipe. These muffins are so easy I almost felt guilty making them! Weight Watchers shows they are 97 calories...

Author: Kelli Thomas

Tender Homemade Sour Cream Biscuits (No Fail recipe)

I've tried biscuit recipes for most of my life. Some work, some don't. Some are ok, but this one is GOOD. And it's an easy NO-FAIL recipe. I haven't even tried another one in years. I've been making these...

Author: Kelly Williams

Swedish coffee cake Ring

This recipe originally came from a bakery I worked in over 30 years ago. I did change the recipe to my liking. I Know the bakery doesn't exist any longer. The owners were Swedish. This is definitely a...

Author: Nor Mac

Krispy Kreme Raised Yeast Doughnuts Delish!

I was searching on this site for the Krispy Kreme original recipe so I could PinchIt! and couldn't find the right recipe. You can tell the original recipe because it has nutmeg in the recipe. I have also...

Author: Cherie Szilvagyi

Awesome Date Nut Bread

Delicious, easy quick bread.

Author: Patricia Kutchins

Indian Pudding From Old Sturbridge Village Cookbook

Old Sturbridge Village is a wonderful Early American living history museum in Massachusetts. My first visit was when I was in 4th grade. I fell in love with the sights and smells of the old kitchens and...

Author: Dana Ramsey

Stella D'oro Style Anisette Toast Biscotti

This recipe brings me back to my Italian childhood where my grandmother would give these to us as a treat to go with our little lattes when mom was not around. This is a Sponge (soft) Biscotti.

Author: Dawn Peralli

Poached Eggs on Toast

I love poached eggs on toast, but never knew quite how to make them till I found these easy instructions in my 1979 Pillsbury Cookbook, a cookbook which I've had for many years.

Author: Cindi M Bauer

~ Banana Nut Coffee Cake ~

I made this cake in honor of National Coffee Month. Coffee is something I always have in hand, it matters not what time of day. I'm immune to the stuff. This cake went perfectly with my morning coffee....

Author: Cassie *

Crepes Nalesniki w/Sweet Cheese Filling

If you love crepes this is a step by step recipe so you can make them at home. I was excited that I now can make them myself. I just adore crepes and with a sweet cheese lemony flavored filling they are...

Author: Kimberly Biegacki

Panamanian Fry Bread (Hojaldras)

(pronounced o-HALL-druhs) This is Panama's version of fried bread served for breakfast. It's somewhat like a beignet or a cross between a pancake and fritter. Most prefer to sprinkle the top with powdered...

Author: Vickie Parks

Southern Style Pear Preserves

This is the very first thing I recall learning to cook at 6 years old in Panama City, Florida. We had two cooking-pear trees that were constantly being raided by squirrels and tiny fruit-bats. So the idea...

Author: Suzanne B.

Fair Scones

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Author: Paula Todora

Grandma's Secret Apple Brownies!

These apple bars belong smack-dab in the delicious intersection of breakfast and dessert... the two most important meals of the day! We're not sure if these are classified a brownie. To us, they have the...

Author: Jessica Harrington

Great Grandma's Best Banana Bread

One bite and we see why this is the only banana bread recipe that Jody's family uses. This banana bread is easy, moist, delicious and full of banana flavor. We like the idea of using a Bundt pan. It makes...

Author: Jody Ayers

Ball Blue Book Strawberry Rhubarb Jam

June brings a plethora of rhubarb to Alaska and one can only eat so much pie, crumble/buckle and muffins. My best advise to any newbie to canning and preserving is to purchase either the Kerr or Ball cookbooks....

Author: Sherry Blizzard

French Bread French Toast

My daughter and I went to stay at a Bed & Breakfast one time and we were served this for breakfast. It was simply divine! I had to try and copy it and I think it turned out pretty good. Great with a side...

Author: Lisa Frye

Pennsylvania Dutch Breakfast Cake

This is a cake similar to a coffee cake.. it is a simple, quick cake.. I have added cinnamon to mine on occasion.

Author: Cassie *

Raisin Bran Bread for Bread Machine

This bread is moist and very good. Use in a bread machine. You will love it. I got the recipe from my daughter-in-law. She makes a loaf at least 3 times a week. Her family of 7 eats it like there is no...

Author: Alexine Golden

Quick & Easy Gourmet Muffins

This super easy recipe starts with one of those less than a $1 mixes. I used Martha White, added a few extra ingredients and wha la "Gourmet Muffins". I found this recipe online and did some tweaking to...

Author: Diane Atherton

Toffee Bar Coffee Cake

this recipe came from my favorite mother-in-law, chocolate, heath, and buttermilk is a great combination. i have made these into bars but i like it best in the 11x7

Author: c g

CRANBERRY WHITE CHOCOLATE CHIP SCONES

Another favorite of lodge guests. Adjust the size to fit your needs.

Author: Sharon Adams

Ziploc Bag Omelet

I use to prepare omelets in one of those omelet pans, but not anymore! Preparing them in those quart-size Ziploc freezer bags, is so much easier, a lot quicker, and hearty enough for 1-serving.

Author: Cindi M Bauer

OATMEAL APPLE RAISIN MUFFINS

I got this recipe online. These muffins are not very sweet so if desired up the amount of sugar for a sweeter muffin.

Author: Muna Escobar

AP Cake

AP Cake is a Pennsylvania Dutch breakfast delicacy. One of the stories on its origins is that a baker, Ann Page, used to "carve" her initials on top of the heavy batter before baking. This recipe appeared...

Author: RC :)

Apple Cinnamon Raisin French Toast Strata By Nor

I love French toast. This is a lazy way of making a fruit filled French toast. No standing in front of a griddle making 2 pieces at a time. I totally changed a recipe by adding in apples, raisins, syrup,...

Author: Nor Mac

Malasadas (Portuguese Donuts)

One wonderful memory I have of growing up, is Sunday morning brunch with my family each and every weekend. And there would be fresh, warm malasadas straight from the bakery on the table. Mmm.. what a treat....

Author: Tara Pacheco

Fresh or Frozen Fruit Muffins

My family loves these muffins, regardless of whether they are made with fresh fruit (apples,blueberries, etc)or frozen (strawberries, raspberries, ect.) The only thing that needs to be changed is the type...

Author: Josie-Lynn Belmont

Bread Pudding with Hot Buttered Rum Sauce

I made this recently for my daughter's wedding breakfast. Everyone raved about it and my daughter's mother-in-law loved it and she typically doesn't like bread pudding. This is a New Orleans style recipe...

Author: Elaine Bovender

Iced Cinnamon Apple Raisin Bread

This is a great, moist bread for breakfast or just a delicious quick snack. The top of the cake has a slight crunch when you take a bite which I loved!

Author: Family Favorites

Long John

A good long john, doughnut.

Author: Eve Peterson

Beignet Recipe from Café du Monde

* I can't remember where I first ran across this recipe, but it purports to be the one used at Café du Monde in New Orleans. It may be a copy-cat. I know that Café du Monde sells their Beignets as a...

Author: Susan Feliciano

Polish Cheese Babka Bread

This is an Old recipe from Aunt Louise. I have ordered cheese Babka from Polish Bake shops. They are only available during Christmas and Easter. They are also expensive. You will love this one. Imagine...

Author: Nor Mac

Country Creamed Tomatoes

Either fresh or canned, this dish was loved by my Mom's farm family. My dad also liked them. And I love them, too.

Author: alice coffield

Stuffed Hash Browns

I had these at a breakfast join some years ago, came home and made them for my family. They were a huge hit and always are. Great for breakfast, but they work for any meal time too.

Author: Susan Bartley

Carrot Prune Bread

I found this recipe online and altered it slightly to my taste. You can use raisins or chopped prunes as I have in the image. Great for a quick breakfast or snack. NOTE: I omitted nuts because my kids...

Author: Sea Sun

Angel Biscuits

I used to make these biscuits a lot when my kids were young. They're easy, and oh so good! But with the arrival of Grands Frozen Biscuits, I have to admit that i don't make them much anymore. But ever...

Author: Diane Springs

Raspberry and Cream Cheese Stuffed French Toast

I am a firm believer that if a dish has fruit in it then it must be good for you! Well, this delicious breakfast treat is good for your soul and spirits, if nothing else. It is a snap to prepare and so...

Author: Kellie Parker

Grandma Maybee's Koo Koo Bread

When we lived up in Port Angeles, WA it seemed like everybody was related and in one big extended family, they could hardly wait for Christmas and Koo Koo Bread each year. This year, Jacki shared her recipe...

Author: Laurie Sanders

Carrot Oatmeal Muffins

This recipe is from the book, "Devil's Food Cake Murder", by Joanne Fluke.

Author: Tam D

Cuban Cafe Con Leche & Toastada Cubana (Cuban Coffee & Milk & Cuban Toast)

There is nothing like a hot mug of frothy Cafe con Leche. This is the traditional breakfast coffee that is drunk by all most all Cuban families. Not to be ignored is the traditional Toastada Cubana. (Cuban...

Author: Juliann Esquivel