When was the last time your family made bread at home?
There isn’t much you can mess up with this recipe, it basically makes itself.
This makes a big cornbread about 4 inches high. Leftovers tend to be dry, but I use them up in stuffing and homemade shake n bake. So make a batch now, and have some ready for stuffing on Thursday!
This recipe has been adapted from the Gold Medal Classic White Bread Recipe on the Gold Medal Website. It is usually on the bag of white bleached flour. It took me nearly six months of weekly test batches to get it to turn out right. Now, this is a recipe my entire family begs for.
This delicious dinner bread is perfect for dinner, lunch, snack, dessert, and even peanut butter and jelly sandwiches. Try it with delicious homemade cinnamon butter or pumpkin homemade probiotic cream cheese. Remember to let it cool overnight to slice in smooth, unbroken slices. Waiting may be difficult – this bread is too delicious to wait […]
Need a recipe for Thanksgiving this year? Of course you do! It’s a staple of the holiday. This recipe takes out all of the unhealthy additives that are in the box varieties but is nearly as simple to make! Homemade Cornbread Stuffing Ingredients 4 tbsp butter 2 onions 4 cloves garlic, minced 1 […]
I’ve been wanting to make my great-grandmother’s recipe for bread and butter pickles. Her recipe takes two full days to make. I think that’s a lot of work now, so I can’t imagine how it was done before refrigeration, fancy kitchen appliances, and most of all air conditioning. I decided to do a very similar […]
One of the best ways to use zucchini from the garden is to make delicious bread out of it. The great thing about making a bread recipe like this one is you can double it or triple it to fit the amount of zucchini of you have to use. I used zucchini in my […]
The kids literally devoured this blueberry and zucchini summer bread and it’s easy to see why.
We’ve been in the gluten-free world for awhile now, with our now-toddler. When she was tiny, we had horrible problems with her being congested and spitting up. But it wasn’t just normal spitup. This was massive amounts. Like, I didn’t know babies actually got that much milk, let alone stored it enough to yak it […]