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.
Yeast & Quick Breads
There is truly something for everyone in this recipe collection of Thanksgiving Rolls, Buns & Breads. From low-carb recipes to easy one-bowl savory quick bread. If you don’t find something you like here, then you must have had your eyes closed. LOL
If you’ve shied away from baking yeast bread before because you think they’re complicated and fiddly what with all that kneading, this No-Knead Apple Yeast Bread is right up your alley!
This dough basically takes only one bowl, one spoon, and a little bit of rising time. You really can’t get any easier or less fiddly than that!
I decided I’d like to make this bread a little less sweet than what the local bakery sells in order to really let the flavor of summer cherries shine. The result is this beautiful (and healthier) cherry yeast bread that is perfect on its own or slathered with butter. Is it so wrong? LOL
I also double dog dare you to take the Gluten Free Tropical Banana Bread challenge. After your first bite, if you’re not convinced that this is the best banana bread you’ve ever eaten, you can bring it to my house and I’ll take it off your hands and eat it for you! LOL
From a sweet to savory quick bread, you can never go wrong with a fast, easy and satisfying recipe. Also, don’t forget to bookmark this post and then come back often to make sure you don’t miss any of these recipes in today’s Quick Bread Recipe Roundup!
The thing I enjoy the most about these easy Beer Bread Biscuits is how quickly they come together. From the time you decide to make them, from the time you can actually eat one (or more) is roughly one hour, and that’s simply because I don’t want you to burn your mouth on a too hot biscuit. Safety first, kids. LOL
I love a good hearty rye bread that has a lot of body and flavor. This rustic onion rye bread with dill ticks all those boxes, and then some. If you’re a novice at making homemade yeast bread, this recipe is a good one to cut your teeth on (no pun intended). LOL
I’m sharing this recipe for Savory Pumpkin Sage Biscuits in honor of #PumpkinWeek 2017. I’ve paired the pumpkin with the subtle woodsy flavor of fresh sage, but feel free to substitute a different fresh herb or even dried herbs from your pantry. However, If you choose to use a dried herb, cut back on the quantity you use as the flavor of dried herbs are considerably stronger than their fresh counterparts.
The whole point of our weekly meal planning is to hopefully help make your life easier and take a little bit of the stress out of wondering what to cook. And, if I’m being honest, if you’re in a rut making the same things over and over, maybe these will be recipes that will help you break out of that same old pattern.