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Bread Recipes

Cheese and Chive Scones

Cheese and Chive Scones: have these scones for breakfast, lunch, or dinner. Their delicate and layered interior makes them more biscuit-like and the cheesy crust and golden outside brings these back into the world of savory scones. How do I serve scones? You can serve scones with a simple combination of jam and butter. A …

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carrot flatbread on a baking pan with blue napkin

Grain-free Nutty Carrot Flatbread

Grain-free carrot flatbread is straight out of the pages of one of my favorite magazines, Cooking Light. The October 2016 issue shared this grain-free veggie bread. Its base is shredded carrots then it is filled with nuts and seeds along with spices. Eggs bind the ingredients before you press the mixture into a sheet pan. …

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Apple cider muffins in muffin tin with apple

Apple Cider Muffins

Apple cider muffins highlight one of my favorite fall treats– cider which is best enjoyed after a hayride and apple-picking. Apple desserts are a favorite part of autumn too. Baked apples are a healthy option for dessert. If you are looking for a gluten free apple recipe, try this apple crumble. Muffins are a type …

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Maple Oatmeal loaves of bread on wire cooling rack

Maple Oatmeal Bread

Maple Oatmeal Bread is sweetened with maple syrup (obviously!) with no other added sugar. It has a secret ingredient of coffee which is an interesting twist. Great for sandwiches or for toast and jam. This month we are baking with natural sweeteners so you won’t find granulated sugar in the ingredient lists for any of …

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Single nectarine blueberry muffin with nectarines on side

Nectarine-Blueberry Muffins

Today I’m sharing nectarine-blueberry muffins– the crumble topping is optional but oh-so-good. This recipe is one from America’s Test Kitchen. The original recipe called for a cranberry-pecan combination and I switched it up to use nectarines, blueberries, and walnuts. Create a pairing that fits with your taste and with the ingredients you have at home. …

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gluten free cinnamon roll

Gluten free Cinnamon Rolls

Gluten Free Cinnamon Rolls Gluten Free Cinnamon Rolls: did you think that soft, gooey cinnamon rolls were not an option when you started eating gluten free? I did, until this recipe! Make gluten free cinnamon rolls at home and bring back the smells and joy of baking bread . Rolls can lift any meal. Pasta …

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Irish brown bread on wooden cutting board

Irish Brown Soda Bread

Soda bread is traditionally considered an Irish bread. The method of using buttermilk to react with baking soda as the leavening agent is how the bread gets its name. This soda bread recipe uses equal parts wheat flour and white flour which is why it is called brown soda bread. Ingredients for brown soda bread: wheat flour …

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overnight Belgian style yeast waffles

Overnight Belgian Waffles

Homemade Belgian yeast waffles make a great start to a special day! Try this easy waffle recipe from King Arthur Flour to make overnight yeast waffles. Make a batch and freeze them to toast on busy weekday mornings. Waffles are a favorite in our house and I must say, usually they are the Kellogg’s Eggo …

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One bread roll on white plate

Classic Dinner Rolls

Classic dinner rolls are the perfect accompaniment to many a family feast. This recipe doesn’t require fancy baking equipment; simply bake the rolls in a 9 by 13 baking dish. The results are fluffy and tender. We know that family feasts and celebrations are not complete without BREAD. Whether it is for the big Thanksgiving …

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Pumpkin scone with glaze icing on white stack of plates

Pumpkin Scones

Fall flavors are upon us — pumpkins and apples come to mind– and these sweet pumpkin scones with a maple glaze will bring out fall in all of its glory; they will also rival any pumpkin scone you find at Starbucks this month. Scones are a traditionally British treat that are enjoyed along side a cup of …

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Molasses seed bread on wooden cutting board

Molasses Multi-Seed Bread

  For this Molasses Mulit-seed Bread I turned (again!) to the recipes on the King Arthur Flour website. Their recipes are always and when I am trying something new I feel confident in sampling a different technique or combination of flavors under their guidance. This month both the strong flavor of molasses and the heavy dose …

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Rosemary bread sticks in mason jar

Rosemary Breadsticks

Rosemary Breadsticks or Grissini are the Italian style of long, thin, crunchy breadsticks. Perfect to accompany an anti pasta platter, these homemade breadsticks are full of flavor and crunch. Turning on your oven and baking bread on a hot, summer day may not be the first thing that comes to your mind this August, but …

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honey oatmeal muffins in a white bowl

Honey-Oatmeal Muffins

Honey oatmeal muffins are a hearty muffin for your morning meal, snack, or afternoon tea. Oatmeal is such a popular way to start the day and adding oats to a muffin is nice way to incorporate this ingredient into your breakfast baked goods. Muffins are a type of quick bread– breads made without yeast. Enjoy my full …

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Simple pita bread homemade bread recipe

Simple Pita Bread

Simple pita bread is a treat to make at home. This reliable recipe from King Arthur Flour takes the mystery out of the process. Let’s make a yeast risen flatbread. I love the contrast of the concept– a bread that is (relatively) flat yet its dough has been activated by yeast. Pizza, naan, and flatbreads …

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