Poppy Seed Muffins
A poppy-seed muffin delivers a delightfully subtle crunch in every chewy bite. These recipes up the flavor intensity with ideas for luscious lemon poppy-seed muffins and other muffins made with slivered almonds.See Popular Poppy Seed Muffins Recipes
Perfect for a bake sale or to take to new neighbors, this cake with few ingredients is easy to throw together. And it looks as good as it tastes!
Rolled oats add healthy fiber and a chewy texture to these light breakfast muffins.
Bakers have been using poppy seed to decorate cakes and breads since the days of the ancient Egyptians and Romans. We've used them here to add both flavor and texture.
Poppyseeds add flavor and texture to these low-fat muffins. Enjoy them at breakfast or try them as a snack or for dessert.
Sure, you probably already know how to make muffins, but have you tried making them with cheese, poppy seeds, or oatmeal? There are so many different ways you can dress up an everyday muffin and turn it into a culinary masterpiece. By adding just a few unusual ingredients to this basic muffin recipe, your muffins can go from sweet to savory or from breakfast to dinner.
Brunch on Easter Sunday? It just makes sense. After church services or a morning egg hunt, bring the gang back to your place for a delicious spread.
Yes, the turkey might get most of the attention, but let's get real--it's actually the amazing array of other Thanksgiving recipes at the table that make it a feast worth raving about. Can you imagine a plate without mashed potatoes, green bean casserole, or cranberry sauce? Even the most impressive turkey can't hold down the fort alone.
Tis the season -- for pumpkin bread, and that's a good reason to be jolly. Nothing quite captures the culinary spirit of the holidays on the table like these slightly spicy, deeply rich loaves. But let's not make the same old pumpkin bread again this year, even though -- sure -- it's good and -- yes -- it came from Grandma.
Spring makes me have lemon cake on the brain, but not just any old lemon cake. I'm talking about three super-citrusy layers smothered with lemon frosting. This is not a new craving.
Fruit salad needs a makeover. Too long has it been the ho-hum addition to buffets and potlucks, a predictable combination of melons, apples and grapes. With summer right around the corner, we figured there was no time like the present to show just how dazzling and varied fruit salad can be.
Enjoy better brunch recipes at home with these perfect-for-lingering morning meals.
To be honest, I haven't bought salad dressing in years. Part of the reason is that bottles of salad dressing in the fridge always seem somehow stale to me (even though they appear to keep practically forever -- hey, maybe that's part of the problem). Then there's the issue of that gunky mess that inevitably congeals on the rim of the bottle (ew), and the all-too-often glop that comes pouring out, making your salad into a soup (ugh).
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.
We all have our fantasies of the perfect snow day, that impromptu holiday that starts with the first glimpse in the morning of those beautiful untouched drifts in the yard and a whole world transformed to white. If you're lucky, you might get a few minutes to savor the quiet beauty before the little ones start bouncing out of bed -- let the shrieks and giggles begin. Ah, but woe betide the unprepared!
Ok, we'll admit it: Halloween isn't even here yet, but already we're kind of taking pumpkins for granted. C'mon, can you blame us? Ever since a certain national coffee chain unleashed the pumpkin-spice latte, pumpkin (or at least, pumpkin spice) has been the official flavor of fall, popping up in all sorts of sweet treats from candies, cookies and muffins to breads and biscotti.
I bet this will be the tenth or eleventh year that we've had no trick-or-treaters at our house. I'm always so ready for them, too! I put out a jack-o-lantern and leave the path well-lit and buy ten or eleven massive bags of candy that my husband and I will curse ourselves for eating well into November.