Carrot muffins top the list of breakfast favorites. From fast and easy carrot muffins to morning-glory-style muffins studded with carrots, pineapple, and nuts, these recipes are winners.See Popular Carrot Muffins Recipes
Keep the sweet secret of carrots and tomato juice and just serve these muffins because they are so very good.
Muffins studded with carrots, apples, raisins, and pineapple make for a healthy breakfast.
Start your morning off sweet with these fruit-and-vegetable-packed bran muffins.
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This spiced muffin is packed with apples, cranberries, carrots, and nuts. Try one for breakfast or a snack.
Pineapple adds unexpected sweetness to the delicious carrot muffin.
Wheat germ and carrots add to the fiber for these diabetic-friendly muffins. Serve them for breakfast or brunch.
Add a basket of these cinnamon-spiced mini muffins to a brunch buffet. Or, bake the whole wheat muffin batter into six jumbo muffins.
Shred apple by pushing a crisp, peeled, baking apple over the large holes on a grater.
January presents a quandary for those of us who love to bake. On the one hand, the holidays are over: everyone has had their fill of rich cakes, pies and cookies (oh, all those cookies!), and most of us have at least some half-hearted notion that we should strive to eat a little healthier in the new year -- if only til, say, Valentine's Day. But on the other hand -- it's January! The very month when we're resolving to lighten up on the sweets is also the very same month that the oven practically calls our name. It'sread more
Ok, we'll admit -- it's not like there's a shortage of things to make with canned pumpkin. You've got your pumpkin breads, pumpkin cheesecakes, pumpkin muffins and, of course, pumpkin pie. We're not turning any of it down, but let's face it: how many pumpkin pies are you going to make this year? And yet ... there are cans and cans and cans of pumpkin at the store right now just waiting for someone (like you) to snap them up on sale. Despite pumpkin's association with all manner of sweet and buttery baked goods, canned pumpkin is actually quiteread more
The new year is the time we pause to reflect on what we'd like to make better. Since I love to cook and eat, my thoughts usually turn to how to plan better meals. And I've found a resolution: This year I'm going to add something, not take something away.
Enjoy better brunch recipes at home with these perfect-for-lingering morning meals.
Squash your preconceptions about the limited savory uses of zucchini. Take advantage of this season's bounty to bake up these sweet summer squash desserts.
I dropped the ball with my children's snacks. I never sank so low as to give them candy between meals, although I did allow them plenty of sweets. That, I don't regret a bit. But I do feel bad that the snack drawer in our kitchen was always crammed with cookies and potato chips (make these healthy Oven-Baked Garlic-Herb Potato Chips) and Doritos and cereal, cereal, cereal -- all whenever and in whatever quantities the kids wanted. From age 7 to 11, I think my son lived mainly on chips and cereal. Luckily, both kids grew up to be justread more
Pumpkin pie, we love you. But when it's fall party time (whether it's an autumn dinner party, a Halloween hoedown, or a Thanksgiving spread), we'd like to shake up the dessert table with some pumpkin sweets that are a little unexpected. Pumpkin is one of those ingredients that bring out bragging rights, and rightfully so. For some gardeners, it's the urge to grow mega-pumpkins: the largest pumpkin ever grown (according to the University of Illinois Cooperative Extension weighed 1,140 pounds). And for big-thinking bakers, it's the yen to concoct monster pies: the largest pumpkin pie ever made was moreread more