Tasty Tuesday

I used Kirsten visiting as an excuse to bake all of the things.

On Sunday morning we had knock off Hardee’s Cinnamon Raisin Biscuits. When I was in elementary school my Dad would take us to Hardee’s for biscuits if we got 100% on our spelling tests. I’m not a strong speller, so I rarely got to enjoy the delicious treat that is a cinnamon raisin biscuit. I still can’t spell, but I can read a recipe so I can eat these whenever I want.

On Saturday I made Starbucks Pumpkin Scones again. This time I made them half the size, which is much more reasonable. Elliot was a very good help when baking them.

I also made cornbread dinner rolls (I will be making them again), oatmeal sandwich bread (it was good, but doesn’t hold up well to toasting), and sourdough banana bread (I’m still buying bananas in the hope that they will go brown before we get to them).

Have you been baking this week?

12 thoughts on “Tasty Tuesday

      1. Nope, just the cranberries, though dark chocolate would be magnificent! We dehydrated a bunch of cranberries last year after thanksgiving, so we could have them whenever we wanted. They reconstitute easily and you get a couple of cups of cranberry tea as well. πŸ™‚

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  1. Wow – that all sounds delicious! Last week I baked my caramel apple pie. Thinking about a pineapple upside down cake this weekend. I really don’t need any baked goods, but it might happen anyway πŸ™‚


  2. Susan says:

    Dan and I were just talking about Hardee’s cinnamon and raisin biscuits the other day! For me, they were a treat when I was in WI with my mom for violin camp one week a summer. Do you have the recipe?

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    1. I don’t remember which recipe I used. I googled Hardee’s Cinnamon Raisin Biscuits and used the first entry I had the ingredients for. They were good, but they were in no way as good as a cinnamon raisin biscuit from Hardee’s.


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