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Instead of the way a freshly-baked loaf of bread is light and fluffy, this quick bread was light and fluffy in a more scone-like way.
Do you know what I found out this week? One, that you really should check in your cupboards to make sure you’ve got all the ingredients before you start baking bread.
A whole wheat loaf bursting with crunchy seeds
A great place for non-bread bakers to start, this recipe is a healthier twist on the traditional five minute artisan bread
All the wonderful crunchy outsides and light fluffy insides of regular English muffins with the added nutritional value and complex flavor of whole wheat flour.
This recipe is a wonderful base from which you can experiment with different flavours to suit different occasions.
Not only are these rolls fabulous with butter and honey for breakfast, they also work really well as hamburger buns.
I’ve had my fair share of bread-baking disasters but this recipe turned out amazing. They’re best eaten on the same day, when the insides are soft and fluffy and the outsides and crisp and crunchy.
These buns pack a wonderful spicy punch with a strong hint of cheese. They’re great for hamburgers or BBQ pulled-pork sliders oozing with cheese like in the picture.
So this Whole-Wheat Oatmeal Bread I made a few weeks ago is the last successful loaf I have produced in a while. Fortunately, it was perfect. Plenty of flavor from the whole-wheat flour and brown sugar, combined with a wonderful chewy texture from the oats.
I always go for the whole-wheat option when available, so when I came across this recipe for 100% Whole-Wheat Tortillas, I just had to try it. I couldn’t believe how easy these were to make.
Is there really anything better than homemade bread? The elated feeling you get when your dough has risen, the wonderful smell that escapes from the oven during baking, and the glorious texture and flavour you enjoy when savouring it.
These dinner rolls are the best dinner rolls I’ve ever had. The flavours of the rustic whole wheat flour and sweet honey work amazingly together in these soft-as-a-cloud rolls.
This loaf didn’t really bare any similarities to English muffins for me, but it was still great. It’s definitely best thickly sliced and toasted – the outside becomes golden and crisp, whereas the inside stays fluffy and soft.
Hot Cross Bunnies are wonderful lightly toasted and smeared with butter and strawberry jam for breakfast, lunch or even dinner!
Soft and chewy on the inside with a crisp and crunchy outside, these Everything Bagels are what breakfast is all about.
Irish Soda Bread has to be one of the easiest breads to make. No yeast, no rising time and hardly any kneading time – this is the kind of bread anyone can make.
I couldn’t resist using this recipe after a friend recommended it to me on Twitter. I’d never tried baking bread before, but I’d always wanted to and this recipe seemed too easy not to try!
Even though it’s early in the morning, I love experimenting with breakfast and coming up with yummy meals to set me up for the rest of the day. These muffins can be used in place of toast or bread for breakfast for a much more satisfying and pleasant meal.
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