Recipe Type: Breads and Pastries

  • Pittman & Davis Healthy Orange Pie

    There’s nothing like starting the day with a cup of coffee and a slice of pie! But wait – you’re trying to make healthier choices, right? No worries…there’s nothing bad in this juicy, zesty, creamy treat with a crunchy crust! Make it head to make every morning feel like a holiday morning. (Be sure to use the removable tart pan plus parchment paper so the pie doesn’t stick.) Ingredients: For the filling: 3 Tbsp. orange juice 1 Tbsp. orange zest packed ¾ c. fat-free cottage cheese ¼ c. honey 1 Tbsp. oat flour 1 tsp. vanilla extract 1 large egg…

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  • Quick, Easy & Healthy Pear Crumble

    Fall is coming, and fall fruit peared – er, that is, paired! – with sweet cinnamon is always a fragrant treat. So simple and yummy, these warm and buttery chopped pears are delicious when served with your favorite granola as a topping for vanilla ice cream. Use any type of pear, or substitute an Orchard Fresh Apple. Enjoy! Ingredients: 1 Pittman & Davis Pear (Bartlett, Comice, D’Anjou, etc.) 1 Tbsp. unsalted butter ¼ tsp. cinnamon ¼ c. granola 2 scoops vanilla ice cream Directions: In a small sauté pan, melt butter over medium heat; add chopped pears. Cook until softened…

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  • Pittman & Davis Mango Bread

    For a tropical twist on traditional banana bread, opt for this mango-infused version! Spiced with cinnamon and ginger, bursting with sweet chunks of mango and plump golden raisins, and with a subtle zing of lime zest, this moist and flavorful summer treat will instantly transport you to a sandy beach with blue waves washing up on the shore! For a bit of crunch, chopped nuts to the batter. Ingredients: 1 large Pittman & Davis Tropical Mangoes, peeled, pitted and diced (about 2 cups) 3 large eggs ¾ c. canola oil 2½ c. all-purpose flour 1 c. sugar 1 tsp. baking…

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  • Pittman & Davis Nectarine & Vanilla Bean-Glazed Scones

    Loaded with fresh, Pittman & Davis Nectarines, these summer scones will be the star of your next Sunday brunch. An incredible vanilla bean glaze makes them extra delectable. Ingredients: For the scones: 1 c. Pittman & Davis Nectarines, chopped 2 c. flour ½ c. sugar 1 Tbsp. baking powder ½ tsp. salt 1 stick butter, cold and cut into pieces 1 egg ¼ c. heavy cream ¼ c. sour cream 1½ tsp. vanilla paste For the vanilla bean glaze: ½ c. powdered sugar 1½ Tbsp. heavy cream 1 tsp. vanilla paste Directions: For the scones: Preheat the oven to 400ºF.…

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  • Pittman & Davis Cranberry Orange Pancake

    These tropical-tasting pancakes are a delightfully refreshing addition to an Easter, Mother’s Day or other springtime brunch. You’ll love them so much, they may just start showing up on the menu every weekend! Ingredients: For the syrup: 1 c. fresh or frozen cranberries ⅔ cup orange juice from Pittman & Davis Navel Orange ½ c. sugar 3 Tbsp. maple syrup For the pancakes: 2 c. biscuit/baking mix 2 Tbsp. sugar 2 tsp. baking powder 2 large eggs 1 large egg yolk 1 c. evaporated milk 2 Tbsp. orange juice 1 tsp. grated orange zest from Pittman & Davis Navel Orange…

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  • Pittman & Davis Honeybell Orange Tart with Chocolate-Spiced Citrus Meringue

    Here’s a nice change from lemon meringue pie! The honey-sweetness of the Pittman & Davis Honeybells is set off beautiful by a hint or warming spiced chocolate for decadent dessert that’s light and refreshing. Ingredients: Filling: 4 egg yolks 12 oz. condensed milk, sweetened 4 oz. fresh-squeezed Pittman & Davis Honeybells 1 vanilla bean, seeds removed 1 (9-inch) pre-baked pie shell or 4 (3-inch) pie shells Meringue: ½ c. egg whites 7 oz. granulated sugar 1 oz. cocoa powder 1/4 teaspoon Chinese five-spice 1 pinch hot chili flakes Directions: Preheat oven to 325° Whip egg yolks until thickened. Add condensed…

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  • Tangerine Scones Recipe

    Tangerine zest adds zing to these sweet, refreshing scones. These go perfect with a Christmas morning breakfast, Sunday brunch, or springtime tea! Ingredients: ½ cup sugar Zest of one tangerine, peeled in strips 2¼ cups all-purpose flour 1 Tbsp. baking powder ½ tsp. salt 8 Tbsp. unsalted butter, cold and cut in pieces ½ cup cultured buttermilk ½ tsp. tangerine extract 1½ cups confectioner’s sugar Tangerine juice (for thinning the glaze) Tangerine zest, grated Directions: Preheat oven to 375ºF. Line a baking sheet with parchment paper and set aside. Add sugar and tangerine zest to food processor and process until…

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  • Peach-Nectarine Muffins Recipe

    May is the start of peach season which runs until August. This means feasts and celebrations in the south will have peach goodies gracing tables or picnic blankets. The most popular dish among many that use peaches is the peach cobbler or peach pie. The classic southern dessert has snatched the hearts of many and is as iconic as the peach itself. But now that it is already a month after the season started you may have already eaten as many cobblers as your tummy can handle and would like to have some variations to your peach dishes. If that…

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  • Grapefruit Poppy Seed Bread Recipe

    Bread has been part of our daily diet since ancient times, dating back to the Neolithic era. Way back then, bread was flat and was made of grain-paste from ground cereal grains mixed with water. Leavened bread can also be traced back to prehistoric times. In 4000 B.C. Egyptians were said to have discovered the process of leavening bread and used grape juice and flour to make a paste for bread making. Bread making today Bread making has become an art and it is no longer just made with flour or grain, leavening agent and water. People now make use…

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  • Texas Ruby Red Grapefruit Cake with a Hint of Mint Recipe

    The United States is the leading country when it comes to grapefruit production and nearly half of the grapefruits being sold world-wide are produced in the U.S. But did you know that this was not always the case? Back in 1823 when grapefruit was first introduced to Florida, people didn’t want anything to do with it. Because of its unappetizing color and overly sour taste, grapefruit did not pass the initial scrutiny of farmers and consumers. Thanks to the Texans who never gave up on grapefruit, a miraculous mutation – and possibly the most popular mutation that happened in the…

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