Old Fashioned Muffin Recipes Biscuits, Johnny Cakes, Popovers, Spoon Bread & More Bear Wallow Books
Muffins, biscuits and popovers are called "Quick breads", because they rise in the oven. Since they don't use yeast to rise, there is no waiting time and no kneading required. Although the oldest recipe in this book does call for yeast, most are easy, quick and result in delicious breads, plain or flavored with fruits, nuts, spices and other ingredients.
If you like savory breads, try Bacon Cheese Muffins, Sausage Cornmeal Muffins, Cottage Cheese Herb Biscuits, or Cheese Popovers. They are wonderful with eggs for breakfast, as well as with soups or salads for lunch or dinner.
Add fruit to the menu in Apple Streusel Muffins, Banana Bran Muffins, old favorite Blueberry Muffins, or other varieties which include cherries, cranberries, oranges, peaches, pineapple, raspberries and rhubarb. Spice up a meal with Gingerbread Muffins and Spicy Cinnamon Popovers, or go for something sweeter, with Chocolate Nut Muffins or Amish Sticky Buns. With 69 choices, delicious surprises can appear on the table for weeks without a lot of time or effort.
Booklet, c1993, 31 p. : ill.; 14 cm.
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