Banana bread for chocolate lovers is a thing, right? This easy banana bread won’t last 5 minutes after coming out out of the oven. It’s delicious & pretty to look at, too. Enjoy!
It took me three tries to get this right! I used a recipe I found and I’m pretty sure it had a mistake. The good news is I corrected it. Check out this fun brioche bread! It is a medium size loaf. Perfect for a couple of breakfasts and lunch. And, it’s pretty!
These buns were an experiment in trial and error. I checked out various quick hamburger bun recipes and found some work better than others. I discovered that the flour you choose really matters in this type of recipe. After three batches, here is the recipe I found produces the best bun.
I found this recipe a couple of years ago on Pinterest when I was searching for things to make with my annual flat of Poteet strawberries. This bread from Positively Splendid is indeed, splendid. It is moist & delicious. The best thing about this recipe is that it makes 2 loaves of bread – one for me & one for you!
I’ve made so many versions of banana bread, but this one has to be my favorite! It’s so moist and I love the cinnamon surprise in the middle. Just know if you make it, you better hide yourself a slice because it’s going to be gone before you can even get it out of the pan.
King cakes are synonymous with Mardi Gras! I decided to make my own using store bought pizza dough. They taste homemade, but without all the effort! Just add purple, green & yellow sparkle sugar and you’re good to go! Laissez les bons temps rouler! Qui, cher!
This amazing cornbread is from my 2010 Southern Living Annual Recipes cookbook. It is hands down the best cornbread I have ever made. Once I used this version of cornbread, I have never found a recipe that can top it. I made a slight tweak because I can no longer find self-rising white cornmeal mix. My family loves this cornbread so much that they ask for it for Thanksgiving dinner.
I have always wanted to learn how to make homemade tortillas, so I grabbed the chance. During the Plant-Forward Boot Camp I attended at the Culinary Institute, we made a Mexican themed menu, so I lucked out. The dough is easy to make, but the consistency needs to be just right. Our teacher pointed out that my first batch was too sticky. I added a bit more masa and I hit tortilla gold! Try this recipe out, ASAP!
Merry Christmas! I had a a bunch of leftover cranberries and thought that adding them to some banana bread might be kind of festive. The bread turned out great, and with the sugar glaze and walnuts I added to the top it was extra special. A perfect side to add to my Christmas breakfast!