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    I was lucky enough to have my Italian uncle Pat make this for me all through my teens. I like to think now that it sustained me more than physically. I could eat this every day and never get tired of it - it's the perfect bread.

    Recipe #61816

    This recipe comes from Alice Collins, a 90 year old grandmother in Ajax Ontario. She's been making this bread for friends, family, and bake sales for more than 35 years.

    Recipe #88104

    149 Reviews |  By Marie

    Homemade hamburger rolls with only a 10 minute rising time. These are really good. Recipe from Taste of Home.

    Recipe #183081

    98 Reviews |  By Marie

    The title says it all! Prep time does not include rising time.

    Recipe #60382

    19 Reviews |  By anme

    After many failed attempts at cinnamon swirl bread I came up with this one

    Recipe #250385

    Kind of like a chapati, a flat pita, or a whole wheat tortilla. It is thin, perfect for scooping up dips or rolling into wraps. You could probably make these on a grill, too, and they would be lovely. These turn out to be around 6- or 7-inch diameter breads, more or less. If you want larger breads (think burrito-sized) then cut these into 8-10 pieces instead of 12.

    Recipe #232706

    You HAVE to try this!! What a great combination-how can you go wrong with peanut butter, chocolate, and bananas?? This recipe is from the Better Homes and Gardens Annual Recipes cook book (1998).

    Recipe #35348

    Full of nuts and dates, a wonderfully simple recipe, really tasty and for a cake, nutritious, healthy and completely fat free.

    Recipe #156740

    Flecks of zucchini give a third dimension to the popular lemon and poppy seed combination in this moist quick bread. Recipe is from Taste of Home.

    Recipe #244856

    Made this up when I had a glut of both ingredients one summer. It's very moist and is best, I think, when served cold from the refrigerator. Makes 2 loaves so you can share with a friend. This is actually easier to mix by hand than with an electric mixer.

    Recipe #70287

    This bread is so moist and flavorful that my kids even eat the ends, which for most quick breads I usually have to throw away. At Christmas, I make the mini loaves and give as gifts to my neighbors. The oil can be replaced with 1 cup of unsweetened applesauce. Still flavorful but not quite as moist. If possible, don't skip the walnuts, they really add to it.

    Recipe #647

    This goes well with any number of entrees. From Bon Appetit.

    Recipe #138251

    Lots of flavors come together to make a yummy and different quick bread or muffin. Update--I obviously committed a big oops! So sorry, the temp I cook this at (and truly thought I had posted) is 350°F. I am so sorry to have omitted that important fact and hope it didn't ruin the outcome of anyone's bread.

    Recipe #161382

    Admittedly, the preparation of this loaf is a little bit fussy (not difficult, just a lot of steps). The result is well worth it, though. This is moist and dense...yum!

    Recipe #176394

    NOT bragging, but everyone says this is simply the best banana bread they've ever had. Blueberries are one of my FAV fruits and I put them in everything!I LOVE to make it, especially since it makes 2 loaves. We keep one and always give the other one away. :)

    Recipe #109884

    WELL - this is a yummy one! My kids LOVE to help make these! ENJOY! D

    Recipe #45006

    I got this recipe from a friend, who got it at a Weight Watchers meeting. It's so delicious you won't believe you're eating low fat! It doubles perfectly (I never make just one loaf!) and if you don't have enough banana, just use applesauce for the balance. It works like a charm. Enjoy!!! 2 points per 1/16 of a loaf.

    Recipe #57602

    Recipe #667

    I'm from Philly, so soft pretzels are all over, BUT these home-baked pretzels are awesome. They are more like a PA Dutch pretzel, a little softer and more airy.

    Recipe #27508

    Yummy and easy! Good with a cup of tea in the afternoon when energy levels are running low!

    Recipe #49525

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