If you have not gotten on board the no-knead bread train yet, hop aboard, Cassidy. It’s gorgeous. Crackly, chewy, fragrant, yeasty goodness and it won’t take up more than 10-15 minutes of your day. That being said, it’s a unique beasty, and the rules vary a bit, so we tested the stuffing out of this […]
These no-knead muffins are perfect for a brunch. The dough can be made up to 42 hours before you’re ready to grill. Read the recipe carefully to make sure you leave enough time for the dough to proof in the fridge: the no-knead nature of this recipe is dependent on giving the dough a long, […]
These delicious biscuits belong in your regular rotation. They compete well with traditional biscuits for flavor and texture and bring more nutrition to your table–a whole grain no-brainer.
Homemade bread adds a personal touch to your meals, and this recipe will beat out the store-bought variety for flavor and nutrition. Make Ahead Tip: You can prepare the rolls through step 6 and refrigerate overnight. Remove from the refrigerator and let rise until almost doubled in size (3 hours 30 minutes). Bake as directed.
Popovers always add a “wow” factor to any meal, and we all could use a little more “wow” in our lives. Be sure not to skip preheating the pan: a hot pan ensures that steam is formed and the batter rises and pops overs the muffin cups.
Using all whole wheat flour makes a heavy dense crust. Here the whole wheat is combined with all purpose flour so you get the goodness of whole grain in a delicious crust with just the right texture.
In some classic Irish soda bread recipes the buttermilk is replaced with yogurt or stout. Knead just enough to form a ball so that your bread stays tender–more like a biscuit than bread.
This is Irish soda bread gone whole grain. Feel free to add a handful of currants and a couple teaspoons of caraway seeds. Don’t over-knead: you want this to be tender like a biscuit and not chewy. Serve with any fall soup or chili or classic Irish dishes.