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Try these scrumptious muffins and breads for a good morning. They're great in packed lunches, too!
Their light texture and fruity flavor make these heart-shaped scones a treat for your sweetie.
Any way you slice it, this pumpkin spice bread won't last long once your kids sample it. That's why this recipe makes two loaves.
This double-braided bread, studded with nuts, raisins and dried fruits, is made by Czech families around the world during the holidays.
Your child can serve up a simple but equally impressive treat--mini pastries filled with Mom's favorite fruit preserves.
These tempting fried spirals, swirled with pear and caramelized brown sugar, are like a cross between a cinnamon roll and a funnel cake.
The classic combination of ham and cheese gives plain corn muffins a boost in taste and adds enough heartiness to turn them into a quick, light meal.
Light, flaky biscuits served alongside a simple, sausage gravy: throughout the Southern states, this tasty combination is breakfast (and comfort) food at its best.
Inspired by a fall favorite, this fool-the-eye treat makes clever use of an apple muffin and cream cheese frosting.
These golden brown fritters are gently sprinkled with a sweet cinnamon mixture and covered in a slight drizzling of spiced syrup.
A delicately browned crepe filled with Hungry Jack® Buttermilk Complete Pancake & Waffle Mix.
Little doughnut balls of fun and flavor dipped into a thick chocolate glaze and rolled in a fantastic bacon sugar coating!
Light and lemony, these biscuit-like cakes will make a refreshing addition to any Easter brunch menu. Plus, they're a fun and easy pastry for kids to help prepare, particularly when it comes time to pat and slice the dough and drizzle on the glaze.