Who doesn’t like banana bread? I think every kid has grown eating it. My mom used to make it simple and straight (no extra goodies) but she would cut a thick slice and spread butter over the top before giving it to me. I still love it this way. Today though I usually like to add a twist to mine. This is one of my versions. Enjoy. Makes one loaf Ingredients ½ cup butter, softened 1 cup sugar 1 egg 1 cup mashed ripe bananas (about 2 large) 3 TBSP. milk 2 cups all purpose
I make this for my son. He loves Muenster cheese and of course homemade bread and when I saw this recipe I knew it would be right up his alley. I try to make it as a birthday treat for him when I can. This year I could. Being from Wisconsin we are all about our cheese. So how could this fail? Cheese baked into your bread? Oh yeah. Perfect all by itself or with a steaming bowl of soup or stew. One slice is never enough. Enjoy. Yield: 1 loaf Ingredients 2 packages acti
Does the thought of baking bread from scratch scare you? All that rising, kneading – yeasting? Then this is the perfect recipe to start with. You will get two yummy loaves (one for now, one to give or freeze for later) that will turn any morning into a little slice of heaven. No kneading required. Makes 2 loaves 16 slices per loaf Ingredients 2 packages of active dry yeast 5-6 cups of flour 1 TBSP sugar 2 tsp salt ¼ tsp baking soda 2 cups milk ½ cup water Cornmeal Directi
Bobi Brouse Bertling
I have been baking my pretty much my whole life. My earliest baking memory is helping my Grandma make her famous homemade buns.