Traditional Cuban sandwiches are a favorite in the South, but this upscaled version will knock your socks off! It uses artisan bread (from the bakery is fine), rosemary sun-dried tomato ham, and brie cheese.
Sausage rolls are quite popular in New Zealand’s bakeries. They are eaten any time of the day as a snack or meal but are most popular at breakfast or lunch. They are quite yummy and may also be cut down to use as appetizers.
Chicken Broccoli Stuffed Bread makes use of convenient refrigerated crescent roll dough to make a delicious meal the whole family will love. It’s almost too pretty to cut into. The savory chicken and vegetable stuffing will remind you a bit of chicken pot pie.
If you’re a baby boomer from the east, you probably have fond memories of Grandma’s chestnut stuffing. There is nothing fancy about it, but oh so good. This heirloom recipe takes stuffing back to the basics, adding chestnuts to stale bread and savory vegetables.
If you love the popular 7-up biscuits, you’re really going to love these treats. They are lighter than most biscuits, yet filled with cranberries and pecans. A mix between biscuits and scones, these soda pop cranberry pecan biscuits go great with tea or coffee.
Orange marmalade pecan bread is the perfect solution to wake up your breakfast and add a little sunshine to your day. Orange marmalade and pecans shine in this easy quick bread.
The outstanding flavor of this salmon bread pudding makes it my absolute favorite savory bread pudding. It makes a fabulous brunch dish that may be served hot or at room temperature, but I like it for a light dinner or lunch.
Pumpkin bread is a classic recipe, and who doesn’t love Grandma’s best? It is a simple quick bread rich with the spicy flavor of nutmeg and cloves. Pecans add a little crunch factor while the pumpkin puree makes it moist.