Brown Rice Chocolate Chip Blender Muffins are the perfect outlet for that leftover brown rice. These muffins are studded with dark chocolate chips, but those can be subbed for dried fruit or nuts as well. Feel free to customize - these muffins can take it!
Here’s our take on cheddar cheese: it’s good. It’s melty, and salty and goes well with almost everything. But you take that cheddar cheese and make it crunchy and bubbly and brown? What happens in this scenario is the cheese then takes on this toasted, deeply umami flavor and becomes absolutely irresistible. The crunch, the flavor, the slight gooeyness in the middle – it’s all good.
These pancakes are slightly sweet, packed with great texture, and have an amazing flavor that would accommodate the standard maple syrup OR any number of jams, jellies or preserves you could think of. Want to make a savory version? Simply omit the sugar and vanilla, then maybe add a little garlic powder. As with all pancakes you have a chance to really make it your own - so go for it!
While these moist Streusel Roasted Banana Walnut Muffins are lacking wheat gluten, they definitely are not lacking in flavor. Plus, they are full of healthy fiber with little added sugars. Enjoy them with your breakfast coffee or tea for a great way to start your day.
This is not your traditional cornbread muffin. Full of sausage, corn, cheese and Riceland Extra Long Grain Rice, this Sausage Rice Muffin recipe is one you don't want to miss.
Cinnamon Puffs that taste like a snickerdoodle muffin? Yes, and they will go fast! Make them in mini-muffin pans for a fun size sweet treat. Substituting a gluten-free baking mix for the all-purpose flour works very well.
Preheat the oven to 400 degrees F. Heat a 10-inch cast iron skillet in the oven. Combine all of the ingredients in a bowl, except ...