This recipe for Potato Bread was featured in the 2007 edition of Food and Drink Magazine. It’s made with mashed potatoes, grated raw potatoes and loads of roasted garlic. Because this rustic loaf doesn’t have any yeast, it has a denser texture similar to a scone. But don’t be fooled by its simplicity. It’s hearty and delicious.
The lemon flavour in Blueberry Lemon Loaf is so vibrant because the loaf is made with zest from a whole lemon. And then, after baking, is drizzled with a lemon sugar mixture that soaks in. You can’t get fresh flavour like that from store bought lemon juice. Toss in some blueberries for colour and fibre and you’ve got yourself a top notch recipe.
If you’ve spent any time in the US, you’ll know that biscuits are a way of life. Not to be confused with scones which are typically made with eggs, or biscuits in Great Britain which would be called a cookie in North America, the Buttermilk Biscuit is a quick bread that’s soft and fluffy or flaky. I’m a huge fan of any variation of a Buttermilk Biscuit served warm with butter so Buttermilk Biscuits Three Ways is three times as good.
This unique yeast bread recipe has a wonderful colour and ingredients that embrace the sights, smells and tastes of autumn. Pumpkin Bread with Dried Cranberries and Sunflower Seeds features pureed pumpkin right in the dough.
This should be called Super Easy Focaccia but I think I over-use the word super. Since Focaccia dough is similar to pizza dough, the obvious way to make this an easy recipe is to use frozen store bought pizza dough. So this is for my friends who say they love homemade bread but wouldn’t make it.