A scone recipe which uses carrot puree.
Kick up that old zucchini bread recipe with banana and pineapple.
This is a great and easy recipe. A co-worker gave me this recipe after she brought the bread to work. Everyone who tried it loved it.
I submit this recipe in memory of Mabel Winters of Dunbar, WV. Her zucchini was the best I've ever eaten, tasty and moist. The bread also kept well in the freezer. A tasty treat when warmed, spread with cream cheese and pepper jelly.
Eat just like the cowboys on the old range. Bust out a cast-iron skillet and make yourself this spicy cornbread. Then listen for the howl of the wolf and the lowing of the cattle.
Instead of a bowl that you would just have to wash with precious water, you put your soup in a hollowed out round sourdough loaf. You are a master of conservation.
Starting this tried-and-true dish on the grill is healthier choice than frying it. Finish off in the oven, bubbling away with spaghetti sauce and cheese, for a great vegetarian main dish.
If you've got a backyard garden, you know how the zucchini can pile up. Cook down your bounty with this classic zucchini bread recipe for toaster ovens.
When you're making pumpkin bread for just a few people, try this simple recipe for the toaster oven.
You want to turn some of that zucchini into bread, but it's too hot to cook inside. Here's a solution (you probably would've figured it out eventually) -- make that zucchini bread on the grill.
A quick stuffing you can whip up in minutes. If you're doing it for Thanksgiving, you could make it while the turkey's resting after coming out of the oven.
A hearty stuffing with plenty of the good stuff -- bread, veggies, and turkey sausage.
A huge batch of meaty stuffing, great for large Turkey Day parties.
A simple but flavorful stuffing you can whip up in a flash.
A rich, tasty stuffing with chunks of meat from the turkey's heart and liver. Don't knock it 'till you've tried it.
Savory muffins for breakfast time. Or put 'em in the lunchbox for a tasty afternoon snack.
A hot carrot side dish with flavor from yogurt and caraway seeds. Serve with a roasted chicken for a fantastic Sunday dinner.
This classic sports bar appetizer made quick in your oven. Pop 'em in just before kickoff, you'll be eating 'em late in the first quarter.
Like most vegetables--heck, like most anything--parsnips are at their best when fried.