Round out a complete holiday breakfast spread with these quick bites.
These aren't ordinary blueberry muffins! The tart-and-sugary glaze turns plain blueberry muffins extraordinary blueberry muffins.
These rolls feature a buttery, brown sugar-pecan filling as well as a rich and creamy vanilla glaze. Better yet, the easy
yeast-roll dough rises in just 30 minutes.
Sticky buns and pumpkin bread combine in this amazing muffin recipe. A mixture of toasted pecans, butter, and brown sugar
creates the sweet topping. Serve these for breakfast, or skip the "sticky" part and make Pecan-Pumpkin Bread instead.
Your family will definitely want to rise, shine, and dine when they smell these rolls baking in the oven.
Sweetened dried cranberries, grated orange rind and orange marmalade add festive flavor to this hearty quick bread.
This miniature twist on sticky buns delivers big homemade flavor in little time. The refrigerated cresent-roll dough, combined
with a decadent caramel-pecan topping is ready to bake in 15 minutes.
This indulgent bread tastes as good as it looks. Don't skip the quick step of whipping the cream before stirring in the brown
sugar—that's the secret to the smooth texture of the caramel-flavored sauce.
This bread has the hearty taste and texture of a fancy artisan bread yet stirs together in a matter of minutes. Baking soda,
rather than yeast, gives rise to terrific flavor.
Sour cream is the secret to the rich, moist texture of this praline-apple quick bread recipe. There's no butter or oil in
the batter—only in the glaze.
These muffins, topped with pecan streusel, will surely be a crowd pleaser.
This wintery roll is perfect for sharing. And you can easily change up the recipe to include your favorite flavors.
Enjoy banana bread without all the guilt with this healthy banana bread recipe.
Mix up the dry ingredients and the streusel topping for these up to two days before you bake them, and store in zip-top plastic
Cranberries and a citrus glaze add a sweet-and-tart note to this delicious bread. The recipe makes five mini loaves—great
for hostess gifts!
Chunky applesauce makes these muffins both moist and flavorful. For a finishing touch, top with a sugary-sweet Cinnamon Streusel. These muffins can be made ahead of time and frozen for up to 1 month.
These brown sugar-banana muffins are so yummy, it'll be hard to eat just one!
This aromatic recipe adds a twist to classic carrot cake with pecans and peaches.
Reader Martha Foose uses a locally produced honey-infused pepper jelly; we added honey to regular pepper jelly for a similar
If you like coffee cake you'll love these muffins. They are delicious and great for your holiday brunch or a gift.
No Southern breakfast is complete without flaky, buttery biscuits.
These muffins will become your most requested breakfast recipe. To make them even more delicious, just add this sweet drizzle
over them when they are warm: Stir together 1 cup powdered sugar and 1 1/2 Tbsp. lemon juice.
Make these muffins into loaves! Spoon batter into 2 greased 8- x 4-inch loaf pans, and bake 55 minutes.
The Calas Women, as they were called, peddled these hot breakfast fritters—whose name comes from the African word "kárá"—each
morning in the French Quarter. The street vendors have vanished, so we honor them here with a classic rice-dough recipe too
delicious to ever disappear.
Customize your topping with any fruit-nut combo. We like plum preserves, sliced plums, and almonds, or strawberry jam, sliced
strawberries, and pecans.
Stuff the dough deep into the muffin cups so that the tops rise into a cheesy dome while baking.