Learn how to make a small-batch crock pot apple butter. This warmly-spiced apple jam captures all of the flavors of fall; cinnamon, nutmeg, and cloves. It is great on biscuits and scones, stirred into a bowl of warm oatmeal, served with a cheese board, or packaged as a gift. Despite the name, crock pot apple butter is dairy-free.
Ham and Cheese Scones are an easy, simple, family-favorite way to use up leftover ham! This scone recipe is a drop scone recipe that is not fussy like a traditional scone recipe. There’s no fear of overworking the dough here. Just light and fluffy scones each and every time!
Everyone needs a great coffee cake recipe – even if they follow a gluten-free diet! This Gluten-Free Coffee cake is made of a rich and buttery yellow cake that’s topped with delectable cinnamon streusel topping. Gluten-Free Crumb Cake is perfect for Mother’s Day, brunch, Christmas, or better yet — no occasion at all! It’s quick and easy to pull together, too!
Topped with fresh warm Blueberry Sauce, this easy Cream Cheese Stuffed French Toast pleases any crowd and does not require an overnight set up. Substitute any fruit in place of the blueberries, if desired.
Five minutes is all you need for these low-fat baked doughnuts. There’s no yeast and no rolling and definitely no need for a special pan. Ready in as little as 15-minutes from the oven.
Homemade English Muffins from your bread machine. No special rings or molds needed! Let the bread machine do the work for you, then quick-cook them in a hot skillet.
These Loaded Ham and Cheese Breakfast Biscuits are a fast family favorite because they are easy to make and portable, which makes them the perfect grab and go breakfast. Same great taste as a layered breakfast biscuit except with all the components baked right into the biscuit!
Quick and Easy Cheese Danish makes any morning feel special. This pastry is easy to prepare and can be adapted to different fruits and fillings.
These Loaded Breakfast Biscuits are a fast family favorite because they are easy to make and portable, which make them the perfect grab and go breakfast – especially when we travel.
Quiche makes the perfect breakfast, light lunch, brunch, or even dinner. I typically serve quiche on holidays like Chritmas, Thanksgiving, Mother’s Day, and Easter since it’s so simple to make and easily feeds a crowd. Quiche Lorraine may sound fancy but it really is just another name for Bacon Quiche. Filled with bacon and cheese in a rich egg custard and savory crust, Quiche Lorraine is sure to satisfy your hungry crowd.