10 of the best breads, including banana bread, zucchini bread, pumpkin bread, Cranberry Orange bread and lot of….
This just came out of the oven, and WOW is it good. I made a small loaf and a mini loaf. The mini baked for 40 minutes at 350 and the small loaf was done in 50 minutes. As I baked this for a gift, for a friend who can’t have nuts, I added pomegranite seeds as a substitute for a little crunch. I also added a tsp of cinnamon and 1/2 tsp each of ginger & vanilla. Very yummy, moist and orangey. I would definitely make this again.
This is a delicious gooey treat, and a fun recipe to involve the kids in on a rainy day. They always ask for thirds!
I have two words to describe this bread … SIMPLY DELICIOUS.
This is the best bread i have ever tasted.i’ve been baking bread for 8 years now and nonde of the breads I’ve made even comapre to this bread
No Knead Bread – no kneading required, 4 simple ingredients, baked in a Dutch Oven! The result is simple perfection, hands down the best bread you’ll ever eat!
When it comes to bundt cakes, we’re used to all sorts of dessert variations – lemon, chocolate, cinnamon apple – but this isn’t like other bundt cakes. The bundt cake pan is typically thought of only as a vessel for cooking desserts, but today’s recipe switches things up and totally takes the bundt cake in a new direction. This here is a savory recipe that’s just as good served as a side at the dinner table as it is served at brunch. Packed with tons of zucchini, parmesan and fresh chives, this is a light bread that will have you rethinking the sweeter, cakier versions
I’ve come across numerous copy cat recipes for King’s Hawaiian Bread. Some had the additions of potato flakes and flaked coconut. While these versions sound interesting and delicious, I settled for the recipe that was the simplest and which I had all the ingredients in my pantry. The original recipe is written below, however I did substitute half of the all purpose flour with whole wheat flour. The rolls turned out light, buttery and sweet…just how they should be 🙂
Baking in mason jars is very popular right now. Cakes, Breads, Cupcakes, Cheesecakes, and so on, there is no limit.
I love the idea of having individual servings so I baked mine in 8 ounce mason jars. You’ll want to make sure to spray them well with cooking spray so the banana bread easily comes out.
Savory slices of cheese, aromatic French bread are lifesavers when you need a last-minute appetizer of brunch items. Great to serve this as a side with soups and salads.
There’s nothing like a good and juicy peach. They’re the very best when you bite into them and the juice dribbles down your chin. That’s the kind of peach you want for this recipe. If you can’t get that kind, you could use canned or frozen peaches. If you do, I suggest adding a teaspoon of peach extract to add more flavor to the bread.
It is moist, soft and delicious. If you like Pumpkin bread. I bet you’ll love this one.