Pioneer Woman's French Breakfast Puffs. They were so moist and the cinnamon sugar coating was so tasty...but DBF and I learned an important thing about ourselves. Neither of us likes nutmeg. I'll definitely be making those again, minus the nutmeg. I bet they'd be good if I sub'd the nutmeg with cinnamon...
Next I moved on to these amazingly tasty loaves of white bread. Made from scratch and hand-kneaded, they were definitely worth the work. This recipe made four loaves. This bread is so good that it makes me want to not bother buying store-bought bread anymore. But my loaf pans are tiny and a bit small for sandwich bread. Does anyone know of a place that sells loaf pans that are more like the size of loaves of bread you'd buy in a store?
this. I ended up finding the upright racks she stores her muffins tins and cutting boards in at Walmart for about $5. Now my muffin tins are all in order and easy to grab - I love it! But anyway, back to Target. My store had tons of holiday clearance, but just the usual stuff - wrapping paper, candy, ugly decorations, etc. I wasn't impressed...until I spotted this Nordic Ware mini-loaf pan. I just couldn't resist. Nordic Ware makes the cutest stuff! They had a bunch of cute muffins too for around $6.
Georgian Cheese Bread. It doesn't look like much, but boy was it good. The dough was super sticky and didn't rise very much (it was a bit cold in the house) so I wasn't expecting much when I put it in the oven to bake. I think next time I'll double the recipe since the loaf came out on the small side. DBF has already put in a request for me to make this one again ASAP.
Pepperoni Muffins a try.