My family loves the combination of peanut butter, honey, and bananas, so I decided to make it into a bread. Make sure to use all natural peanut butter and feel free to add more chopped nuts or chocolate chips if you desire. This recipe works well for small loaves or muffins of any size.
Gruyere, white cheddar, and Parmesan combine with beer to make an incredibly flavorful quick bread.
Recipe comes courtesy of Brown Eyed Baker:
This is a great way to easily make some REAL bread with your Amish Bread starter. So tasty!!! I came up with this recipe through trial and error (lots of error before success). This bread is light and yummy, yet sturdy enough to cut nice slices. It's a tad bit sweet from the starter and is great for a PBJ, chicken salad sandwich, french toast, or simply toast with butter as a snack. Love it. This makes a 2 lb loaf; I tried to make smaller loaves, but never got it right!
Dense, moist, delicious quick, yeast-free oatmeal bread. incredible in mornings served warm or toasted with butter.
I usually add approx 1/2 C raisins. Also usually use approx 1/3 oats, 1/3 flour and 1/3 other cereals (7 grain cereal, ground muesli--I live where it's hard to get anything but white flours, have even used raisin bran cereal that i put in the blender).
Also, liquid to oats/flour ratio varies on local conditions (I live in a desert right now) and how moist you want the cooked bread to be.
I never cared for cornbread til I fiddled around with Jiffy Mix to make a light, sweet, cake-like cornbread. Just watch your baking time, mine is ALWAYS done in 15-16 minutes only. Also makes good muffins, *use paper baking cups, tho.
These are THE BEST cinnamon rolls! The recipe is from Todd Wilbur's "More Top Secret Recipes." and www.TopSecretRecipes.com. They're oooey, goooey and rich! The dough can easily be prepared in your bread machine, just follow your manufacturer's order of ingredients. I put the ingredients in the night before, and then roll out and bake in the morning. I would like to share the following suggestions by reviewers about the filling "leaking out" during baking:
1) add a few tablespoons flour to the brown sugar/cinnamon mixture
2) using a flour "shaker" or sifter, I lightly dust the margarine with flour before sprinkling with the brown sugar/cinnamon mixture, then again on top of the BS/cinnamon mixture, before rolling up the dough.
This recipe was featured in an email today from the www.kingarthurflour.com website. "This yeasty, coarse-textured bread makes the best toast ever, a perfect partner to fresh summer jam or preserves. A purely mix-it-slap-in-the-pan-bake-and-eat-it loaf, it's earned a place of honor in our King Arthur test kitchen Hall of Fame."