Tag: cinnamon

  • apple muffins

    apple muffins

    Happy New Year! It’s okay to still be saying that, right? It’s like saying “good morning” at 11:45 AM! I feel like posting one’s first blog post of the year in late January is sort of like the equivalent of being the last person in your neighborhood to take down your Christmas decorations! Oh well,…

  • cinnamon cardamom star bread

    cinnamon cardamom star bread

    This is something I made to celebrate the winter solstice. I’ve seen this all over the internet, but decided to go with Sally’s Baking Addiction’s version here. There are a wide variety of other fillings that you can use instead, such as jams, Nutella, Chocolate, or other spices. I just really like the combination of…

  • bread pudding muffins

    bread pudding muffins

    How much do I love these? Let me count the ways… I know I often start out a blog post saying that whatever I made turned out really good or better than what I was expecting, but for these bread pudding muffins, it’s TRUE! 😀 I think it’s because I made sure to do the…

  • cinnamon roll loaf

    cinnamon roll loaf

    This recipe was modified slightly from here. It makes one loaf of 8 rolls that are lined along the length of a tea cake pan, which is similar in volume to a 9 x 5 loaf pan. If you use a 9 x 5 pan, divide dough into 6 rolls instead of 8. The glaze…

  • cinnamon conchas

    cinnamon conchas

    Do you remember in a previous post, I talked about making Mexican Sweet Breads? Well, that day has come! These are known in Mexico as Conchas, which translates to “Shells”! They are sweet bread rolls that have a thin, crunchy cookie-like top that is flavored and colored with cinnamon. Initially, I was also going to make…

  • coconut mango latiya

    coconut mango latiya

    Hello! What a long week it has been! How is everyone? I don’t know how it feels for other food bloggers, but sometimes for me it feels rather odd to blog about something like pastry cream when there are a number of serious current events in one’s country and around the world. Does that make…

  • chocolate cinnamon cake

    chocolate cinnamon cake

    This is a simple cake for when you just want something chocolate that’s quick and easy. You can omit the cinnamon if you prefer a more traditional chocolate cake. You can even double or triple the recipe if you want to make it a layer cake. You can also double it for a 10-inch Bundt…

  • pain aux raisins

    pain aux raisins

    I spoke too soon when I said that I was sweating less these days. Not exactly. It is true that we have slightly cooler temperatures here in the Pacific Northwest now that fall is here, but between the heat from our TV, the dishwasher, and of course the oven, and the tendency of this apartment…

  • Budapest Coffee Cake

    Budapest Coffee Cake

    This is a recipe from Maida Heatter, a pastry chef and cookbook author of numerous books on desserts and baking. It is called the Budapest Coffee Cake, and is from “Book of Great Desserts”. It was (is?) the most popular recipe from that book, published in 1974. I like it because it contains cinnamon AND…