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Just a bite. A tiny bite. I don’t want to eat another thing. I cannot have one more, big, sweet thing…or, alright, a little scone. Two bites and it’s-gone-scones, aka, Baby Scones. These are wonderful between the holiday gifts or a gotta-bake and/or just want just a wee, sweet nibble sort of recipe. Because of their luscious glaze, these freeze beautifully too.
Over 9000 downloads! This is the secret formula of one of my legendary recipes but in in a consumer friendly amount. (Actually I started with a small recipe and once it took off, in a restaurant I consulted for, I scaled it up into batches of 40 dozen!) Blueberries make these a summer hit or try apples anytime or banana chunk - anything you like but rhubarb is something I always have on hand in the freezer. This is my go-to fruit muffin recipe that never fails me.
You can use any oatmeal recipe you like or mine Old Fashioned Irish Oatmeal to match up with this easy, oven-method of slow-roasting cranberries. A touch of coconut oil and maple syrup and the oven heat, and they turn out densely flavorful, deeply scarlet and are simply amazing, as a compote or unique topping on oatmeal (ice-cream or cakes).
Leftover French bread works well
These are big Detroit around this time of year, but anyone who experiences a fresh and warm Paczki would adopt them. These are part of the Lent tradition but you can also fete Mardi Gras with paczki if you are willing to let them sub for another treat, New Orleans Beignets. Choices, choices!
Sometimes you feel like a bundt; sometimes you don’t. This is a super recipe when you want a moist, golden cake with a river of spice going through it and prefer a nice, hunk, versus a pretty wedge. This is equally good with the raspberries or not (or with blueberries)
No oats, no sesame seeds but still, a delicious Passover granola. If you don’t have farfel, use the equivalent in broken up egg and plain matzoh. This is good if you want a cereal and milk or yogurt topping during Passover and it's a nice reprieve from Matzoh Brie (as if you need one!)
A make ahead, refreshing and pretty to boot. Everything is chopped, layered and waits to be tossed. Serve this in a huge glass trifle dish for visual drama.
A tender vanilla scone is topped with the best and thickest apricot preserves you can find and a dollop of sweetened cream cheese batter. Rich but formed in small scones for just a few decadent bites. Even though these are scones, they taste like a collision of peach Danish and New York cheesecake.
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Beet juice turns these pretty in pink. Wonderful Easter eggs or diner-style pickled eggs. Pack ‘em in a large Mason jar or garage sale crock.