Packed with diced apple, sweetened with maple syrup, and spiced with cinnamon, these maple-oat apple muffins get extra sweetness and texture from a lightly spiced streusel topping. Oven warm and slathered with maple-cinnamon mascarpone, they’re a perfect fall treat.
Nutty goodness and rich chocolate make a perfect match in these peanut butter chocolate chip muffins. This quick, simple recipe produces a satisfying, protein-packed snack or breakfast treat.
I‘m hard pressed to find a better partner for peanut butter than chocolate. Sure, peanut butter and jelly taste great together, but it’s chocolate that really brings out the best of peanut butter’s rich, nutty goodness….
With cocoa powder for bittersweet chocolate flavor and juicy raspberries for tart sweetness, these Chocolate Raspberry Muffins are a perfect breakfast or snack food. Stir semi-sweet chocolate chips into the batter for extra richness.
If you believe chocolate is a food group all its own, you’re my kind of human being. If not, we can still be friends, but I probably won’t always understand you….
Overripe bananas have brought me back from my long absence here at Flour Arrangements. I spent the summer outside with my daughters — at the beach, biking around town, or swimming at the pool….
Sweet, light, and tender, these Blueberry Muffins get a hint of brightness from lemon zest. This easy recipe is simple and quick to prepare.
Quick, easy, extraordinary. It’s my new mantra, and I’ve got these Blueberry Muffins to show for it….
Simple and quick to prepare, these little Raspberry Lemon Scones are full of tart berry and tangy lemon flavor. They’re perfect for a quick breakfast or afternoon snack.
A few weeks back, Tessa and her friend Kadin snacked on Raspberry Lemon Scones after school. Since Kadin couldn’t seem to get enough of these tender, fruity scones, I told him I’d send the recipe to his mom….
Super tender and incredibly rich and buttery, these Cheddar Drop Biscuits are perfect for snacking, serving with soup or stew, or dishing up alongside bacon and eggs for breakfast.
I‘ve been volunteering to help with math centers in Eliza’s fifth grade class all year. Until about a month ago, I ran the math games center. My students got to play games like Set, Gravity Maze, Rush Hour, or Tantrix. How cool is that?…