When you want homemade bread, but you don’t have the time or patience to wait for yeast to work its magic, […]
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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’m not usually one for dessert after dinner, nor do I have a large sweet tooth.
However, I’m a complete sucker for anything with coconut and pecans, so a small slice of this Chocolate Chop Dessert Loaf with Coconut and Pecans is definitely one of my favorite after-dinner treats.
Did you know you can have fresh, hot, homemade bread on the dinner table in under an hour, and only about 5 minutes of that time is spent mixing the batter?
This Foolproof Italian Herb Parmesan Quick Bread is seriously delicious. It will be a sure-fire hit with your family and friends, and you can make it with ease. Let me show you how!
Before I delve too far into this recipe I need to tell you that this Strawberry Banana Bread tastes great with, or without, the nuts. If you’re not a fan of almonds (or nuts in general), you are by all means welcome to leave them out of this recipe entirely. I promise I won’t tell, and you’ll still enjoy the flavor of this deliciously easy bread.However, you’re a fan of nuts, then by all means…add them. The texture and crunch they provide are a nice contrast to this super moist bread.
Chocolate Cranberry Quick Bread with Pecans comes together quickly, and it’s chock full of creamy, chewy and crunchy ingredients. It’s perfect […]
While the crumb of this bread is moist and dense (thanks to all that wonderful Monterey Jack cheese), the crust is light and crispy. To me, it’s the best of both worlds, and one of the easiest bread I’ve ever made.
If you’d like to up the chocolate ante of this bread (nice, but certainly not necessary), feel free to add some semi-sweet chocolate chips to the batter before baking. And, as I’m always prone to do (but didn’t do this time), tossing in some chopped toasted nuts is never a bad thing in my book. But, if you’re giving it as a gift, sometimes the simpler the better.
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.
The unexpected warm and spicy taste of cardamom mixes wonderfully well with the brightness and freshness of the lemon and […]