This simple potato bread recipe is the perfect accompaniment to a soup or stew.
Wouldn’t it be great if you had one versatile dough that you could use for multiple recipes? Well, look no further. This dough can be used to make kolaches, doughnuts and also sweet bread.
I’m trying to make sure my kids get a running start in the morning and these muffins are the way to go! They’re moist and sweet and I don’t mind my kids snacking on them during the day.
Ezekial bread is the first survival bread recipe to be documented and is backed up by the word of God! Read more for the delicious recipe.
These easy bread recipes are so simple, even a first time bread maker could make them. The best part is they are made from beer!
After stumbling upon a gold mine of a bread recipe, I wanted to share the recipe with all of you. It’s mellow and sweet; and is the best tasting wheat bread recipe I have found.
Without yeast, our lives would be void of many of our day-to-day products. Getting back to the basics and learning how to make yeast yourself will give you an invaluable skill to hold onto and share with others. Using different produce such as oranges, potatoes, herbs and grains is not only a great science experiment, but a way for you to play around with the flavors of your favorite bread recipes.
I put a lot of stress on myself to learn to make bread because, afterall, if I am a preparing for a long term emergency and needing to care for my family; how can I care for them if I can’t make a stinking loaf of bread? With reluctance, I made the no knead bread and mixed the ingredients together. The bread came out perfectly crunchy on the outside and soft and moist on the inside. I finally accomplished this basic task.
If you’re challenged in the bread making department, these recipes can help!
Bread cooked in a can? This must be some well kept secret! Who knew that a coffee can could have such a use. When pots and cooking pans are hard to find, the coffee can could be an excellent substitute.