Seeded wholemeal bread (pão integral com sementes)

Originally posted on Cook the Beans:
with red pepper and green olives 200g vegetal milk (soy, hemp, almond, rice, oat,..) 80g water 20g olive oil 1 sachet instant dry yeast 20g linseeds 20g sesame seeds 10g poppy seeds 20g sunflower seeds 20g pumpkin seeds 5g salt 450g wholemeal flour. Warm the milk and the water in the microwave…

Yogurt Breakfast Bread Rolls

Originally posted on frauke's foodelicious fritid:
What is better on a Sunday morning than some fresh and crispy bread rolls, coming warm from the oven and filling the kitchen with their lovely smell? And the softly melting butter with a bit of jam…. Hmmmmm, I love it! So for my brother’s visit, we decided…

Tomato,feta and basil breadsticks

Originally posted on My gf home bakery:
It’s been moment that I’m getting obsessed with a type of food that I haven’t  had in ages,because of my celiac and getting very persistent into making it happen! Lately,I was thinking of making breadsticks,I’ve tried few recipes without any success. Luckily,I found this recipe from an amazing…

White Chocolate Macadamia Bread Pudding

Originally posted on Recipes, Recipes, Recipes:
White Chocolate Macadamia Bread Pudding Ingredients 4 large eggs 3 cups heavy whipping cream 1 cup packed light brown sugar 1 cup 2% milk 1 teaspoon ground cinnamon 1 teaspoon vanilla extract 6 ounces white baking chocolate, chopped 3/4 cup chopped macadamia nuts 10 cups cubed croissants or French…

Hazelnut Rye Bread

Originally posted on frauke's foodelicious fritid:
I baked this bread the other day to give my new bread tin a try. Since I am young, my mum has been baking this one special bread I really love, which features butter milk and honey, but also many different kinds of flours and wholemeals So I…

Christstollen

Originally posted on frauke's foodelicious fritid:
To really get into a Christmas mood, I decided to bake a very typical German sweet bread, we traditionally eat during the days before Christmas – Christstollen. My mum is usually buying this bread, so I have never seen it being made before, but I took that only…

Going bananas

Originally posted on A Joy of Baking:
Hello from the other side!! I am writing my first post as a *wife* and it’s surprisingly not about meat and potatoes. Over the past 3 months of married life, I have come to?realize how much time is spent in the kitchen as a wife. ?Time spent COOKING…

Gluten Free Banana Batter

Originally posted on THE SENTIENT BAKER:
 Those of you who have followed Sentient Baker for a while will know that I have a banana bread obsession. I’ve already totted up a few posts and articles dedicated to this humble beauty. Instagram and the ‘foodie internet’ is saturated with loaf after golden loaf of this stuff.…

Breadsticks/grissini with rosemary and olive oil

Originally posted on sourdough movement:
Recently I read an interesting story on creation of breadsticks/grissini. They have originated in Torino, Piemonte, a region of northwest Italy. Grissini/breadsticks were invented around the end of the 17th century to cure the health problems of young Duke Vittorio Amedeo II of Savoy. The story goes that the duke…

Bacon + Butternut Flatbreads with Balsamic Drizzle

Originally posted on NourishedPeach:
Oh boy. ?So I’ve got this pretty amazing girlfriend. ?We are raising same-aged children together. ?She’s genuine and so caring. ?Our husbands totally click. ?We both love to work out. ?You know, all the good stuff…and it all just works so seamlessly. ?But heres the kicker: ?She, too, has a case…

Banana Bread with Maple Buttercream

Originally posted on Absolutely Muffin:
Ah, that banana bread! The one bake I truly believe must?be good for me or at least count towards some of my daily fruit & beg consumption.? I’ve been making banana bread for as long as I can remember and yet each time I do I end up adding something…

Spiced Pumpkin Cake

Originally posted on THE SENTIENT BAKER:
Loaf cakes are my baking anchor. They are sweet, sturdy parcels of reassurance. Sliceable. Wrap-able. Gift-able. When in doubt of anything I bake a loaf cake. Playing with pumpkin meant making cake and I went humble, unadorned and freshly baked. I made a cake to have with coffee. There…