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    There's nothing like homemade bread! I have put my bread recipes in here. I hope you enjoy!
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    By way of Martha Stewart, this is a delicious and pretty bread. The aroma while cooking will make you happy, and hungry! There is about a 3 hour rising time. Found on Pinterest posted by The Diva Dish.

    Recipe #498743

    I watched this on Martha Bakes and it looked so good I am posting it for safekeeping. :) The bulgar has to be soaked for 30 minutes in boiled water and then cooled and the wheat berries have to be soaked overnight and cooked for 90 minutes and cooled. So, it takes some time in preparation to make the bread. But it is worth the extra effort.

    Recipe #479850

    Turns out perfect and is such a pleasure to eat! I have changed it just a little, replacing dry milk powder(and water) with non dairy milk. I like to add in some cinnamon to the dough when making too. You can also replace the raisins with dried cherries or other fruit(and try adding in some mini chocolate chips-yum!) You can half the recipe easily. I like to make a little more filling :) Recipe courtesy Ellie Krieger for Food Network Magazine.

    Recipe #478442

    Ciabatta means “slipper” in Italian. The loaves are fairly flat and oblong, with large air holes and a nice crust. Directions given for making rolls too. Recipe by Linda Larsen on Low Cholesterol Cooking. A good recipe using whole wheat flour and oat bran.

    Recipe #478052

    Regular size bagels are just too much for me, so I decided to look for a recipe for mini bagels. Onion Parmesan mini bagels, yum! I changed it up a little by substituting some whole wheat flour. Adapted from by the Editors of Publications International, Ltd.

    Recipe #462182

    This Honduran staple, known as "pan de coco," is really a plump dinner roll. It's delicious served alongside a meal of rice, beans and fried plantains. Or enjoy a roll simply with a cup of coffee in the morning or afternoon. There's just enough of a nutty punch added to the rolls. This recipe was inspired by Euceria Bernandez, a baker and Whole Planet Foundation microcredit client. I found unsweetened shredded coconut at Walmart in the frozen section. Prep time is rising time.

    Recipe #456167

    I got this from a Taste of Home magazine, but changed it by adding whole wheat flour to make it more healthy. With the great taste of ranch dressing mix, you will be asked to make this again and again. Prep time is rising time. You can cut the recipe in half to make 2 loaves.

    Recipe #454982

    The potato combined with the yeast makes them feather light and tender, with a yummy fragrance! These do require rising time. Prep time includes rising time. Adapted from Vegetarian Cooking for Everyone by Deborah Madison.

    Recipe #449970

    Chunks of candied ginger really make these muffins especially good! If you don't have ginger on hand, replace it with chopped dates, raisins, or fresh pineapple. Serve with brie or other mild cheese, butter, or cream cheese. Adapted from Vegetarian Cooking for Everyone by Deborah Madison.

    Recipe #449902

    A favorite quick and easy breakfast dish. The intoxicating smell of baking cinnamon rolls and roasting apples will have you standing around the oven drooling as you peek through the oven window. This recipe originally started from the Pampered Chef recipe “Apple Nut Ring”, but over the years was evolved into a wonderfully amazing breakfast oozing with sweet frosting, plump raisins, pecans, and roasted apples. These are phenomenal served warm with a large glass of milk. Adapted from Sweet Peas Kitchen and she barely adapted it from Pampered Chef. Enjoy!

    Recipe #449429

    I came across these on a blog, and they look sooooo good, I'm posting the recipe here for safekeeping. You can find the step by step photos on how to make them at sweetpeas kitchen. She got them from Lizzy Goes Dutch. I haven't made these yet, and will update when I have. Think combos, and try these with nacho cheese, cheese with a touch of salsa. Next I may try peanut butter instead of cheese!

    Recipe #449424

    When I was in New York City, I ate soft pretzels and now I can make them at home! Dipped in a little mustard or not, you will enjoy these! Adapted from Martha Stewart via Herbivoracious. Here's what it says: "Have you ever bought something from a pretzel vendor? It’s as if a drug deal is going down, but with pretzels. “I’d like (some of your finest crack) a pretzel please.” And then, you take a couple bucks out of your pocket, hand it to the pretzel (dealer) vendor, and he hands you a nice warm pretzel. You pick up the yellow bottle placed in front of you, squeeze a generous amount of fluorescent yellow mustard around the entire pretzel, and make your merry way around New York City, while the pretzel kindly (because pretzels can be kind, just like humans and cats) warms your fingers, as your other hand hides in your coat pocket from the gelid winter breeze." Go to Herbivoracious to see great step by step pictures of how to shape the pretzels. Prep time includes rising time.

    Recipe #448621

    Fats Waller was an American jazz pianist, organist, composer and comedic entertainer. Many songs he wrote or co-wrote are still popular, such as "Honeysuckle Rose", "Ain't Misbehavin'" and "Squeeze Me". 'He was known as the soul of melody....a man who made the piano sing...both big in body and in mind...known for his generosity...a bubbling bundle of joy'. Well, if he were still around, he'd write a song about this cornbread! Adpapted from The New Basics Cookbook.

    Recipe #413361

    David Lebovitz was asked to remake Maida Heatter's wonderful popover recipe. They are the best the day they're made; leftovers can be stored in a container and snacked on the next day(they are still good). You could freeze them in zip-top bags as well. these work well in standard muffin tins. Feel free to use salted or unsalted butter.Adapted from David Lebovits's recipe in The New York Times and Maida Heatter's Great Book of Desserts.

    Recipe #411819

    I lived in Big Sur off and on for about 10 years and my heart is still there. I adapted this recipe from 101 Cookbooks. Heidi Swanson says, "The Big Sur Bakery sits back off California's famous Highway 1 a bit, nestled next to a gas station. It's owners, three of them, abandoned the Los Angeles restaurant scene years ago, determined to turn a property with a lackluster track record into something special. They set their sights on a house-turned-abandoned-restaurant, eventually wrangling it into what is now the beloved Big Sur Bakery. This is a recipe from Terry "Hide" Prince, one of the bakery's earliest friends. If you can imagine a dense, seed and grain-packed English muffin, you're in the ballpark. Rather than using salt, Terry gathers kelp from the coast and uses it to season the bread. The key to enjoying these delicious little breads (and I can't emphasize this enough), is splitting them open, toasting them until they are deeply golden, then slathering them generously with butter (or drizzling with olive oil or honey). Then sprinkle with a bit more salt. Blissful buttery crunchiness." Terry Hyde, the creator of the recipe says, "There's no need to be intimidated by making my bread. It was born out of a sea voyage, from Hawaii to New Zealand, because it was easier than yeast bread. I used my friend, Jay's, Irish soda bread recipe, only I added my own super foods. Amaranth, millet, and quinoa all have the 8 essential amino acids for building muscle, flax seeds for digestion, and kelp or seaweed for vitamins and minerals. I keep a 5 gallon pickle bucket with my dry bread mix, adding whatever sounds healthy. You can substitute water for milk or beer, and spelt for a gluton free bread." There have been mixed reviews on this, so please realize this is a dense bread and please do toast it!

    Recipe #405280

    Inspired by the Sneaky Chef flour blend, I wanted to add more nutriton, so came up with this recipe. I hope you enjoy!

    Recipe #404288

    King Arthur Harvest Grains Blend isn't sold anymore(as far as I know), and I wanted something nutritious to add to my bread recipes, so I came up with this blend. I hope you enjoy! It adds flavor and crunch to your baked goods, not to mention great nutrition and fiber!

    Recipe #404286

    Adapted from the Fleischmann's site. Here's what they say, "This bread combines two of Britain's most characteristic ingredients, Marmite and sharp cheddar Cheese. Hearty in flavor, this bread is best served toasted accompanying a soup, or in making a sandwich on toast". There is about 90 minutes rising time.

    Recipe #401764

    This uses wheat bran and not cereal. A healthy and hearty bread with the sweetness of raisins! Enjoy! Prep time includes rising time.

    Recipe #401410

    A healthy and hearty bread you will enjoy! This recipe has earned the goodfibes™ seal indicating it is a good source of fiber! Adapted from Fleischmann's yeast site. There is about an hour rising time.

    Recipe #401286

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