It must be winter. I know because there are piles of snow outside my windows and the wind chills have been so cold that we’ve kept the our students inside for recess all week. I also know that it’s winter because I’m ready stay inside to bake. I want to bake and yes, I want to eat all the things that I bake! Calories, schmalories. Here’s some recipes online that I’ve added to my baking list.
Kristen at The Frugal Girl featured a Taste of Home recipe for Caramel Monkey Bread. I like Kristen, Taste of Home and Monkey Bread so this one looks like a winner!
Yum! That said, typically I prefer the quicker route and making monkey bread with biscuits using the same recipe as the Pioneer Woman. I wonder if biscuits are still on sale 3/$1 at our local Save-a-Lot? I hope so because this monkey bread looks delicious!
I am also wanting to make more breads this year – from scratch. This Cinnamon Swirl Bread that Crystal at Money Saving Mom just made looks delicious!
We still have piles and piles of snow outside. Alisa at The Sweet Life has a simple recipe to make Snow Ice Cream. It looks delicious!
Michelle at So I Married a Mennonite shared a recipe for Samoa Cookie Granola. Samoas are one of my favorite Girl Scout Cookies. It must be healthier if I eat it in granola form, right?
Organize and Decorate Everything shared how they made Marshmallow Heart Suckers. This look simple, fun and delicious…and just in time for Valentine’s Day!
These are the links I’ve been looking at this week! Now, I’m off to bake cranberry orange muffins for breakfast. Maybe I’ll start a loaf of cinnamon swirl bread, too!