Category Archives: Breakfast/Brunch

Coffee Cake Muffins

This recipe gives you the best of both worlds…the yummy taste of a moist cinnamon streusel-topped coffee cake, drizzled with glaze and sprinkled with chopped pecans…all in an easy-to-eat muffin! It’s the perfect thing for breakfast or brunch. And if you’re not a morning person, it makes getting out of bed a little easier knowing you have a delicious muffin to look forward to! 🙂  

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Easy Savory Cornbread

I like all kinds of cornbread—traditional cornbread is great, but it’s also fun trying out different add-ins. This Easy Savory Cornbread starts off with some corn muffin mix and gets its’ savory flavor from a can of diced tomatoes and green chilies, along with a cup of cheddar cheese mixed into the batter. Pretty easy, right?

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Maple-Pecan Pumpkin Bread

Making pumpkin bread every fall is kind of a tradition for me, but since I like to experiment with new variations, I wanted to try a new version of pumpkin bread. I thought the combination of maple and pumpkin sounded really good and it’s so perfect for autumn! And I also thought some chopped pecans would be good in this (if you have allergies or just prefer not to add any chopped nuts, it would be great without that, too).

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S’mores Granola

The first time I ever added chocolate to granola was when I made Chocolate Chip Cherry Granola. I loved the combination of chocolate and granola! So I thought I’d try making S’mores Granola. S’mores are such a classic treat, so why not make a granola version? I used Jet-Puffed Mallow Bits, mini semi-sweet chocolate chips, and Golden Grahams cereal to mimic the chocolate-marshmallow-graham cracker flavors, and these all worked really well with my granola base.

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Cowboy Cornbread

Cornbread is great with chili, and this Cowboy Cornbread is extra-good because it’s meaty, it’s cheesy, and green chilis and jalapeños give it a little kick! Actually, this cornbread seems like it could be a meal in itself, served with a salad or soup. Or you could cut it into small squares and serve it as an appetizer or snack—this would be great for game day!

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