Marvelous Muffin Recipes for Breakfast, Brunch, or Anytime
These delicious muffin recipes are perfect for breakfast, brunch, or as a snack. Whether you usually reach for blueberry, bran, banana, chocolate chip, or pumpkin, you'll find plenty of delicious options to make at home right here.
Get all your superfoods in one sitting by layering homemade chia pudding, fruit, Greek yogurt, and a simple green smoothie in a jar. The best part? You can make these colorful parfaits the night before, then just grab and go in the morning.
The Best Banana Bread
It's the best because this is the banana bread recipe that is Martha's go to. She included the recipe in her first book Entertaining and has been making it ever since. The batter for her easy-to-make favorite is enriched with sour cream, which gives it a subtle tang and super moist texture. Be sure to use really ripe but not bruised bananas and add chopped walnuts or pecans—Martha always goes with pecans. She says your family will "go bananas" for this old-fashioned quick bread.
Easy Peanut Butter Cookies
These light, flourless cookies, from TV chef Nikki Elkins, are made with everyday ingredients that you probably already have in your pantry.
Candy apples are a classic fall dessert that family and friends are sure to love. Use your apple-picking haul to make the ultimate Halloween treat, complete with a sticky-sweet caramel coating.
Crostini couldn't be simpler to make or more versatile to use. All you need is a loaf of white bread, such as a simple Italian loaf or a baguette. Slice it evenly, brush the slices with a little olive oil on both sides, and toast just to crisp the slices up, not to darken them. In Italian crostina means crusty, and crostini means toasts and these little toasts are the perfect base for your pick of toppings.
Macintosh apples and a double dose of oats add a boost of nutrition to these crowd-pleasing muffins.
If your idea of the perfect brownie is dense, fudgy, and loaded with chocolate, then this is the recipe for you!