he recipe I’m sharing here is a good one. However, if you’re interested in making a Santa bread, but don’t want to go to the trouble of making your own dough, by all means you can purchase some store bought frozen dough and follow the thawing and rising directions on the package. Then proceed from that point using the steps I’m sharing for assembling this adorable Santa face shape.
Biscuits & Rolls
At first glance, you might think that all the garlic on top of these rolls will be too strong and overpowering. However, if you’re a true garlic lover, you’ll appreciate how the cooked garlic is pungent, yet mild. And, when it’s combined with olive oil, dried herbs, and the sweetly soft and pillowy yeast dough, it’s a match made in dinner roll heaven.
A mild hint of lemon, and the fragrant nuance of oregano makes this Greek Inspired Lemon Oregano Pita Bread a […]
I adore giving homemade bread as gifts and have always given my mom and dad homemade bread for their anniversary. I started doing it when I was a teenager, way back in the stone age.
Now that the weather is turning cooler and the days are getting shorter, I figure it’s finally time that I dip my toes into the pumpkin pool. I held off as long as I could, but the idea of the Buttery Pumpkin Sage Cornbread kept calling my name.
This Deliciously Flavorful Whole Wheat Dijon Pretzel Bread is everything you love about soft, hot pretzels, but without the twist, […]
This Incredibly Easy Cheesy Garlic Pull Apart Bread bakes in a springform pan and takes advantage of canned biscuits, making […]
This kid friendly recipe of BBQ Turkey in Corn Muffin Bowls are as fun to make as they are to […]
In honor of today being Cinco de Mayo, and our #TwelveLoaves posting schedule falls on the first Tuesday of every month, naturally the theme for this month is Mexican breads.
This recipe takes a bit of time to make and includes several different (but not difficult) steps. However, I assure you that it’s well worth the time and effort you’ll spend making this amazing sweet and savory yeasted bread. Plus, the fact that it makes two loaves means you can feed a hungry crowd, or eat one now and put one in the freezer for later. BING!