You won’t miss the swirl in the middle with this cheater-speedy variation on cinnamon raisin bread. The lengthy rest time makes the lack of hands-on work well worth the wait.
To keep little delightful pockets of sweet potato in your bread, start with chilled cubes of sweet potato that has been cooked until just al dente. The potato will soften further as the bread bakes.
Yes, there’s no cheese in this cheesy bread. Nutritional yeast imparts a cheese-like flavor that pairs beautifully with onion and garlic. Nutritional yeast is not active, so it won’t interfere with your bake.
If your store doesn’t carry ras el hanout, a delicious North African spice blend, try making your own! The base components are common to many well-stocked kitchen cupboards.
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.
Homemade biscuits add a personal touch to your meal. Serve this simple recipe alongside any of our wonderful soups or chilis to round out the meal. Tip: If you don’t routinely keep buttermilk on hand, you can achieve the same results by adding 1 tablespoon of lemon juice per scant cup of 1% milk.
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.