Pumpkin bread pudding is a great fall dessert. Leftover bread combines with a pumpkin custard for a luscious way to end a meal! This is a guest post from my friend Megan, from the blog Stetted. Be sure to check out her blog for more mouthwatering and inspiring recipes. I’m excited to be sharing another […]
The inviting and intricate fragrances of baking bread and basil pesto combine to set an expectation that can only be met by a slice of Pesto Bread. This bread, with a brilliant green tint from the pesto, will impress your friends with the powerful burst of flavor and wonderful crust. See how to make Pesto […]
Coccodrillo (Crocodile) Bread is a type of Italian ciabatta bread that comes from a wet dough made with semolina durum flour. This is a difficult bread as the dough is wet making it hard to handlej and a long rise. However, this bread is worth the challenges because it is incredible! The bread has a […]
Triple Berry Banana Bread is a fun, fruity twist on the beloved classic. With blackberries, blueberries, raspberries, and a simple lemon glaze, this banana bread is one for the books! This is a guest post from my lovely friend Allison, she’s the write and photographer behind the blog, Some the Wiser. There was a time […]
Make this savory Irish Soda Bread for your St Patrick’s Day dinner! It’s loaded with cheddar cheese and fresh rosemary and will go perfectly with some slow cooked corned beef! I hope I don’t upset any Irish Soda Bread purists with my savory version. I accept the fact that traditionally soda bread is plain but come… […]
Irish potato bread, also known as “boxty,” began as a recipe of necessity due to the abundance of potatoes and soft texture of wheat grown in Ireland.
Vegan Daughter watched a movie at her friend’s house last night and was intrigued with the bread sticks that came with their pizza order. She asked if I could make some for our pizza and movie night tonight. Vegan Son #3 is on a trip to Niagara Falls with his best friend this weekend, so […]
I developed this recipe to get rid of the many cans of beans I had sitting in my fridge, drained of their precious aquafaba. The beans up the protein content of the bread and enrich the dough, giving it a wonderfully soft texture and more delicate crumb. Although the sponge does smell rather “beany,” the […]