Wake Dad up on his special day with a glass of juice, a hot cup of coffee and homemade muffins. Colored sugar may be sprinkled over the muffins just before baking. The coconut is optional in this recipe.
If your Dad isn’t a big breakfast eater but you still want to serve him breakfast in bed on his special day serve him up a couple of these wonderful biscuits. Add a cup of hot coffee or a glass of cold milk. Oh and don’t forget to add his present too. If you can’t find almond brittle chips English toffee bits will also work.
Who doesn’t love a slice (or two) of fresh banana bread, particularly when chocolate is involved? Here’s a surefire chocolate banana bread recipe that will keep everyone coming back for more. This recipe makes 2 loaves, but you may want to double the recipe and freeze the extra loaves because they’re so good!
The true history of red velvet cake is open for debate, but one thing is for certain, it makes for a delicious cake with a delightful dark red coloring. It is often served as a layer cake with creamy white icing, but feel free to dress it up how you’d like. Try one of our wonderful chocolate frosting recipes!
Who doesn’t love a chewy chocolate chip cookie? This recipe is adapted from the original recipe you’ll find on the back of any bag of Chipits, but with less sugar. We also use margarine, instead of the optional butter as it produces the chewiest results. This recipe is an oldie, but a goodie.
Not only is a marble loaf visually appealing, they’re pretty darned delicious and this recipe is no exception. The marbling is created by dividing the batter in half and adding cacao to one half. It’s very easy to do and creates a dramatic effect. This loaf can be eaten fresh, but also freezes very well. You can even pre-slice it and include in lunches over the next few weeks.
If you’ve ever noticed that not all icings are created equally, you’re definitely right. Many icings are so sweet, they take away from the deliciousness of your cake or cupcakes. Well, this recipe is different. It’s creamy and has just the right sweetness. The frosting keeps well in the fridge for about 1 week. Just make sure to mix it well before using, so it will have a creamy texture again.
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What a great way to start your day with a chocolate chip muffin! In this video, made by cgtlv, she shows you the steps how to make these delicious muffins. From the mixing bowl to the oven, this is a super easy recipe to follow and duplicate.
For some families, Grandmother’s warm apple pie or Aunt Jean’s chocolate chip cookies are traditions without which family meals are not complete. But this season, Americans may be taking a different route to a great-tasting dessert – Chocolate Toffee Bars.
High-powered snacks, like USA-grown peanuts and peanut butter, can help give you the extra energy needed for your daily activities. These peanut-chip cookie bars recipe are the perfect pick-me-up for any time of the day.
This 20 year old Christmas cheesecake recipe is a family favorite. If you follow the directions to a “T,” it should come out perfect!
Fudge makes great Christmas gifts. Place several varieties into Christmas tins. Fudge call also be wrapped in foil paper and tied with inexpensive bows. Place them in an attractive Christmas bag or wrapped box for that special someone on your list.