I love Danish pastries for breakfast. This recipe is time-consuming but the payoff is big. Soft and flaky with mouthwatering flavors!
Adapting a basic banana loaf recipe from my files, I created this delightful citrusy twist.
These whole food muffins are nutritious and much lower calorie than traditional muffins. I'm talking 250–300 calories rather than 400–600!
Parker House rolls are soft, pillowy, buttery—an easy yeast bread you can make at home. Here's the original recipe plus four spin-offs.
Corn tortillas are usually brittle and tasteless—unless you make them in your own kitchen. Here's how to make them. (Hint: You don't need a tortilla press.)
I invented my own nutritious and diabetic-friendly banana bread, cutting down on sugar and salt whilst introducing extra fruit, nuts and seeds. My family loves it.
Making croissants is a day-long task but a most rewarding one. Learn the folklore of this buttery French roll and how to make it yourself. Your family will shower with adoration.
Once you have mastered a basic sourdough you can venture into a new world of flavorings. This recipe is for a basic sourdough bread and method of how to evenly distribute your fruit inclusions into the dough so that everybody gets a taste of what the bread should be.
Challah, the Jewish Sabbath/holiday bread is steeped in tradition and symbolism. Learn the history, heritage, and traditional and innovative recipes.
Christmas star twisted bread, or star bread, is a popular breakfast food on Christmas morning. The twist filling can be sweet or savory. Let me show you how to make this bread at home so you can impress your family on Christmas morning!
These blueberry muffins with streusel topping are super easy to make and absolutely scrumptious. They make the perfect treat for you and your family.
My homemade spiral raisin Danishes are delicious. A perfect holiday treat, you can enjoy one with a cup of coffee or tea for breakfast or as an afternoon snack. Let me show you how you can make this yummy treat at home.
If you are gluten intolerant, don't think you can't ever enjoy bread again. Bread is one of life's great pleasures. The problem isn't the gluten, it's the fast process of bread making for mass production that has given gluten a bad name. Sourdough may be your answer.
Even though you may only have access to mass-produced croissants from the grocery store, you can make them taste delicious and fresh very easily. All you need are two simple ingredients, and you can have fresh-tasting croissants any time.
There are a gazillion recipes for zucchini bread, but this one is my favorite. I've included a bonus recipe, too.
These flavorful rolls have a hint of honey and are soft inside. They are not difficult to make, and they use a combination of whole wheat flour and white bread flour. I created the recipe in an attempt to satisfy my children, who prefer white flour, and my husband, who prefers whole wheat.
Learn how to use sourdough starter in place of dried yeast in a bread recipe.
Looking to bake bread during the COVID-19 pandemic but can't find any yeast? Create your own yeast by creating a sourdough starter. It's easier than you think, and you'll have delicious baked good in no time, especially if you use the discard.