I found this recipe on BellaOnline. I altered it slightly, partially due to what I had in the house and partially due to misreading the recipe (oops!). Anyway, what I ended up with was delicious! It is chewy and has a great crumb. This will be my go-to bread when I decide to bake. I hope you enjoy it!
Original recipe: http://www.bellaonline.com/articles/art58227.asp
When I made this pizza crust for the first time, my SO thought I was trying to gluten him. (I wasn't, of course!) It's definitely the best gluten free crust I've every had! I adapted the recipe from http://www.glutenfreecookingschool.com/archives/gluten-free-pizza/. The ingredients are basically the same, but I added a few steps to allow the pizza to rise. Prep time includes rising time.
I just made this for Easter and everyone seemed to enjoy it. It's from Canadian Living. You can do this with a non-spiral-cut ham: just score a diamond pattern into the trimmed ham.
This delicious cake is one of my favorites that my mom makes. It's super easy, as it starts with a boxed cake mix. It ends up tasting like a coffee cake, with the pecans and cinnamon, but it's so fabulous you'll want to eat it anytime of day!
I haven't tried this yet, but I'm planning on making it for Easter. It looks so pretty! I listed the Jello flavors I want to try, but you can use any you want. Recipe is from http://foodlibrarian.blogspot.com/2009/04/easter-jello.html.
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