Community Picks

Community Picks -- Best Breakfast Baked Good

December  4, 2014

For our latest contest, we're partnering with Bob's Red Mill to find the best breakfast baked goods that will make your morning something special.

Today: The results are in -- here are the recipes our community loved from the Your Best Breakfast Baked Good contest!

Once again, we want to give a big thanks to all of our volunteer recipe testers for your thoughtful comments and for helping us continue to strengthen our recipe recommendations. You can read the winning headnote and tester's comments by clicking through to the Community Picks recipes — the comments are at the top. And even if the recipe you tested wasn't chosen as a CP, please feel free to leave your testing notes in the recipe's comments section. Constructive criticism is always encouraged!

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Community Picks (Tested and photographed by us!)

Tipsy Apple-Parsnip Cake with Sultanas and Cider Glaze


Texas Breakfast Beer Bread


Whole Grain Sweet Potato Muffins


Welsh Cakes


Scrambled Egg Muffins


Community Picks (Tested by you!)

Chocolate-Coconut Cake Donuts
Quick Cardamom Pretzel Coffee Cake
German Pancake with Pears and Cardamom
Spiced Poached Pear and Frangipane Brioche Tarts
Savory Sage and Apple Breakfast Biscuits
Potted Parkin (Gingerbread with a Head)
Baked Caramelized Apple and Pear French Toast

Photos by Bobbi Lin

See what other Food52 readers are saying.

  • creamtea
  • AntoniaJames
  • Donna
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creamtea December 4, 2014
Congrats to all the CP noddees! and thanks also to chef Lisa for taking the time to test my recipe ("Potted Parkin...")! PS We tried the Welsh Cakes, Donna, they were fantastic).
AntoniaJames December 4, 2014
creamtea, that Potted Parkin looks so good - I would have tested it, had my life been just a bit less crazy -- I will certainly be making a batch when the boys are both home (hooray!) in a few weeks. ;o)
creamtea December 4, 2014
I hope you try it AJ; it's a miracle we all made it through last week! I was thinking of you on your yearly Thanksgiving morning hike :)
AntoniaJames December 4, 2014
We took a bunch of my CP earning savory biscuits with us for our second breakfast, eaten at the trailhead. They went over well! I'd been training for this hike for a while; it was easier than I expected. Best thing about an ambitious hike on T-Day is that you work up a great appetite for dinner. I definitely recommend it! ;o) P.S. Our theme for the holiday week's food was "restraint," which turned out to be a marvelous idea, and one I'll embrace in the future as well.
AntoniaJames December 4, 2014
Definitely plan to make the Singin' Hinnies, as well. Have had my eye on a recipe from an old book of British cookery for a while. Looking forward to trying the recipe here. ;o)
Donna December 4, 2014
creamtea, Thank you for your kind comment. I am so pleased that you enjoyed the Welsh cakes :)
AntoniaJames December 4, 2014
Thank you, Alexis, for testing and for the great review. So glad you liked my savory breakfast biscuits! ;o)