Cheep Cheese and Leek Gougères ( in French )
Walnut Sourdough Bread
Italian Bread sticks aka Grissini originated in Turin, Italy according to Wikipedia.They are usually served as appetizer in restaurants.I don't mind them having any time ,as a snack, or with a cup of coffee.
Pumpkin muffins with cream cheese filling. Just like Starbucks!
Old-fashioned Blackcap Jam Rolls with a bread machine shortcut.
Corn muffins with stone ground cornmeal and bits of corn.
Oatmeal Sandwich Bread recipe + a few ideas on what to do with stale bread.
One Bowl Blackberry Cake
Gluten Free Coconut Flour "Tortillas"
Bacon Cinnamon Rolls - breakfast will never be the same again!
Caramel Apple Muffins
Chocolate Artisan Bread....for breakfast or dessert.
Parsley and Garlic Knots
The trick to this party presentation is the Bread Wreath Sandwich. A NEVER Fail Bread recipe that you can use for buns or loafs... Or an amazing Bread Circle!
Mushroom bruschetta--a delicious vegetarian snack or light lunch.
Wholewheat Shortbreads With Hazelnuts
The taste of a yummy sugar doughnut in the ease of a muffin!
simple apple pastry
Banana Brunch Cake. Turn your humble, ripened bananas into this fancy-pants cake the next time you want to be spoiled.
Use that zucchini in the fridge for something a little different, Savory Zucchini Bread!
The lightest banana and cranberries bread [recipe in French and Italian]
Chocolate chocolate chip banana bread.
It's breakfast, but it's better than breakfast!
Beer Bread with a crunchy, buttery crust-the perfect accompaniment to all of your fall dishes!
Norwegian lefse - a classic potato flatbread
Delicious homemade soft pretzels
Want to know the secret ingredient to jewish bagels? [recipe link on post]
Homemade Baby Food: Finger Toast
Cheesy Beer Scones... yet another way to get a little more beer in your next meal. Oh, and they're scrumptious too.
Rainy days muffins
The world's easiest no-knead pizza dough recipe just got easier.
Cheesy Beer Scones... yet another way to get a little beer into your next meal. Oh, and they're scrumptious too!
These hearty popovers are redolent with parmesan cheese, dried herbs, and garlic--try them warm, with butter!