The holidays are not complete without the smell of delicious things cooking. Every family has that one thing that just makes it feel like the holidays. In my family, this is it. These cranberry muffins are a favorite at my house during the holidays. Deliciously decadent, especially eaten hot with the rich butter sauce poured over the top, these will be the hit of any holiday party and no one will believe how simple they are to make.
When the weather cools down, there’s nothing more comforting than a nice, warm loaf of bread. These bread recipes will make your home smell amazing and they will definitely hit the spot.
Homemade banana bread was one of the first things I I learned to bake when I was a kid so I have so many fantastic memories making messes in the kitchen (I’m sure my mom LOVED that) and creating, slightly uneven but very delicious, hot loaves of banana bread.
As a mom, I love surprising my kids with a loaf of homemade bread. They always get excited to see what I came up with and each loaf of bread never lasts very long.
One of my favorite snacks when I’m nursing is a peanut butter and jelly sandwich. Remember those? They are packed full of protein and you can make them in minutes. When made with Sara Lee® Delightful Breads, which have only 45 calories per full-size slice and no artificial colors, flavors or high fructose corn syrup, my go-to snack is becomes the perfect healthy option to fill me up fast.
It doesn’t feel like fall unless my kitchen smells like pumpkin so these pumpkin muffins have been a staple at my house lately. This pumpkin muffin blows all the others out of the water and the graham cracker and walnut streusel sends it over the top. the real kicker though, and the secret to why they are so moist, is that these use coconut oil instead of vegetable oil so you can eat them guilt-free.