What do you do with the leftover sweet potatoes from Thanksgiving dinner? Turn them into breakfast the next morning in these slightly savory, slightly sweet muffins. The sausage adds interest and the mashed sweet potato lends delightful texture to every bite. —Diane Roark, Conway, Arkansas
I received this recipe from my co-worker and dear friend, Judy, 32 years ago. When she gave it to me she said, “You will never need another banana bread recipe.” She was almost right. I added lots of chocolate chips for the chocolate lovers in my family. Debra Keiser, St. Cloud, Minnesota
Back in the 1920's and '30's Mom always had something good for us to eat when we got home from school. Her wood range had an apron right by the firebox, and Mom often left a plate of these warm wonderful biscuits waiting for us. What a treat! Mrs. India Thacker, Clifford, Virginia
Because they're so rich, I usually make these muffins for special occasionsbrunches and breakfasts mainly. They're good at all hours, though, as a snack with tea or coffee.
My husband and I plus our 14-year-old son live in a suburban area. Luckily, our property backs up against a farm. Last year, we were excited to see deer in the yardtwo adults and four babies.
I learned my way around the kitchen by trial and error. So having a recipe featured in Country Woman is a real treatwhen we were married 18 years ago, my husband knew more about cooking than I did!
No matter how you form these tender, golden rolls (cloverleaf or Parkerhouse shapes also work well), it's impossible to eat just one. My husband's aunt gave me this treasured recipe. Pat Habiger, Spearville, Kansas
They may look small, but these pint-sized loaves from CT's crafty home economists are big on flavor. The secret's the hearty seasonings and cheeses you mix right in. Our cooking crew adds that you can bake two big loaves instead of six little onesTaste of Home Test Kitchen
"This recipe was given to me by a former neighbor," pens Doris Brearley from Vestal, New York. The yummy cake relies on baking mix, canned cranberry sauce and an easy nut topping, so it's truly a quick bread.
Donna Thomas from Dallas has won over 200 ribbons for foods she’s entered at the Texas State Fair. Among them is this savory corn bread, stuffed with sausage and ham, that took the blue ribbon in the Cornbread Cookoff. “It’s practically a meal in itself!“ notes Donna.