I think just about everyone loves a good banana bread right? Something wonderful happens to a banana once it browns as far as flavor goes, however, most of us have no interest eating it straight up as a banana in that stage. So what do we do? We bake it! It’s Colleen here today with a recipe that will have you standing in your kitchen staring at your bananas waiting impatiently for them to brown! You know what they say about a
This was one of the first recipes I attempted to adapt to gluten-free when I started working on my cookbook. I was frantically throwing this together before a church planning meeting one Saturday morning. I didn’t even have time to taste test it before I threw it in the car and drove to my destination. I arrived 10 minutes late, typical for me, and opened the dish, still hot from the oven, and apologized in advance because I had no
This breakfast sandwich is my newest obsession. I concocted it for my cookbook, and it is my new favorite breakfast. Or lunch. Or dinner. Okay, yes, this is basically just cornbread in a donut pan. There’s no need to run out and by a donut pan for this recipe, but a donut pan is fun to have!!! I have this one: the Norpro Nonstick 6-Count Donut Pan, and I highly recommend it. I actually
These delicious scones were a recipe from a good friend many years ago. When I went gluten-free, I gave up all hopes of having homemade scones again. Then when I started working on my cookbook, I learned how easy it is to adapt some of my favorite recipes to a gluten-free version. These scones were a pleasant surprise! Even the family enjoyed them, so I know they’re the real deal. Even better, they’re super easy to put together and taste
With a name like Colleen Kennedy, you may have guessed I’m Irish…A heritage I am proud of. I actually spent the best summer of my life in Ireland when I was 15 years old. 15 was the perfect age for it too…no real responsibilities, everyone my age was off and running amuck across the gorgeous countryside. I basically became a local in the Donegal area (Termon, Letterkenny to be exact) that summer. I was outside from the time
These lemon muffins were an experiment for the cookbook I’m working on. I’ve always loved lemon anything . . . lemon cake, lemon bread, lemon meringue pie . . . be still my heart!!!!!! So lemon poppyseed muffins were sure to be a hit. The gluten-free version is a bit dense. They are good, but they should be eaten the first day. If you do want to save them for future, freeze the extras and warm them in the microwave.
These delicious cinnamon muffins are so easy to throw together that I make them frequently. They’re a popular request with my family, and I often make them to take to church potlucks and things of that nature because they’re always a hit. Print Easy Cinnamon Muffins Author: Jo-Lynne Shane Recipe type: Breads, Breakfast Prep time: 30 mins Cook time: 20 mins Total time: 50 mins Serves: 12 muffins Delicious cinnamon muffins loved by kids and adults alike! Ingredients 1 egg ½ cup