I developed this recipe and it has become a favorite of my mother's. I often make a batch for the two of us to share. The muffins are great for brunch or an on-the-go breakfast. —Julie Hess, Lititz, Pennsylvania
A handful of ingredients are all you’ll need for these moist biscuits brushed with a sweet glaze. “I make these easy biscuits for my church and by special request,” says Diane Patton of Toledo, Ohio. “I made 350 the last time!” Diane adds, “I use a small ice cream scoop to drop the batter onto pans.”
This sweet bread recipe has won a blue ribbon at our state fair, perhaps because the crushed pineapple and coconut give it a mild but delicious twist. It makes two loaves, so you can freeze one for a future treat. —Lois Everest, Goshen, Indiana
"Because I need to watch my fat intake, I usually have to pass on desserts. But with reduced-fat cream cheese and egg substitute, I can enjoy this great berry cake. You, too!" --Christine Benner of Pottsville, Pennsylvania
Holiday breakfasts would not be the same at our house without this delicious coffee cake. Whenever I take it anywhere, everyone raves about it and wants the recipe. —Susan Walschlager, Anderson, Indiana
My family and friends always feel treasured when I make this delicious bread for them. They really love its pretty wreath shape and chocolate cream cheese filling.
If you only want to make four coffee cakes, this recipe can easily be halved to fit into a regular mixing bowl. Or make it in two batches.
If you're looking for a quick and easy homemade yeast roll this Easter, you'll want to try Regena Newton's recipe. Use your blender to combine the wet ingredients and combine with flour. No kneading required, either. This Oktaha, Oklahoma ranch woman says the recipe has become a family favorite.