This week I made an easy, soft Italian Bread. I have already made this simple loaf twice, and I don’t think I’ll be buying Italian Bread from the store anymore. It’s just too easy and delicious. Continue reading →
I love English Muffins, but unless they are on sale, I don’t like buying them. They just cost too much. Enter English Muffin Bread, a perfect marriage of loaf bread and those delectable nooks and crannys. Continue reading →
I stumbled on this the other week, and I just couldn’t resist.
It’s the perfect recipe to kick this series off. Just sweet enough, and with a delicious twist from the peanut butter, that it works for breakfast or even dessert. I love it covered in jam, or drizzled with honey. And it makes the most amazing cinnamon toast. I may never be able to go back! Continue reading →
I’ve been thinking about how much I don’t want to buy the bread at the grocery store. The ingredient lists on the affordable brands are scary long and full of weird things I can’t pronounce. The brands that have a more appealing ingredient list cost more than I want to pay.
So what do I do?
I start making my own!
I know most people think it’s not worth it to make their own bread, but I’m starting to think otherwise. I want to know what’s in my bread, and I want to know it’s fresh.
So I thought to myself: why not share my bread baking adventures with you guys?
From quick breads to yeasted, from savory to sweet, I’m going to tackle as many bread recipes as I can think of.
I’m going to start small and easy with a Peanut Butter Banana Quick Bread tomorrow, and then I’ll be serving up bread recipes every Monday. I hope you’ll join me on this bread journey. See you tomorrow!