All the flavors of your favorite Thanksgiving stuffing baked into a loaf of bread!
Yes, you read that title correctly – Stuffing Bread! A loaf of bread that tastes just like your favorite Thanksgiving stuffing. Wow. When I saw this recipe on King Arthur Flour, I knew I HAD to make it for TheBetterHalf. He is a stuffing fanatic. Whenever we talk about Thanksgiving, all he can focus on is stuffing. But I have never actually made stuffing for him. See he likes his grandmothers special stuffing recipe, and I really can’t compete with that. But a loaf of bread that tastes like stuffing? That I can do! And it definitely gets his seal of approval. He declared this his favorite bread that I have ever made. Gold star for me! Continue reading →
Sometimes, you just need a quick and easy dessert recipe. Maybe you forgot about your friend’s birthday. Maybe you forgot to make something for your kid’s bake sale. Maybe you just need a cookie ASAP. Maybe you kind of feel like baking but are mostly feeling lazy. Whatever the reason, I have the perfect recipe for you today! Easy cake mix cookies. Continue reading →
The first recipe that I posted on my blog was no-knead bread, and it is still one of my absolute favorite things to bake. I just love that with very little effort, I can have an amazing loaf of freshly baked bread any time that I want it! And there are so many different varieties, the possibilities are endless. I’ve shared bacon and carrot with you, and today I have a recipe for cranberry walnut bread. This might be my new favorite. The tart, sweet cranberries pair so nicely with the toasty walnuts. And it makes the best toast!! Continue reading →
Halloween is coming up, and you know what that means…candy everywhere!! What a great holiday. I’ll take any excuse I can to eat more sugar. I have the perfect recipe today to use up some leftover Halloween candy, or to take advantage of the Halloween candy sales that are all over the stores. This cookie uses one of my favorite candy bars – Butterfinger. Butterfinger Peanut Butter Oatmeal Cookies. There is a lot going on in this cookie! Continue reading →
I spent this past weekend visiting my family in my hometown of St. Louis, Missouri. I always like to bake something when I am there (more people to eat my food!) so I decided to make a St. Louis original – Gooey Butter Cake! This cake is usually eaten as a breakfast coffee cake, and as the name indicates, it is rich!! The legend of the Gooey Butter Cake is that it was first made in the 1930s by accident. A German American baker in South St. Louis reversed the proportions of sugar and flour while trying to make regular cake batter, and the rest is history. (Read more about it here). There are several different recipes out there for this cake. The version that I grew up eating has a thin layer of dense, moist cake on the bottom and then is topped with a gooey, buttery filling. Yes, it is made with cake mix which some people might think is cheating. But I say why not take a little help when you can get it! This recipe came from my mom’s cousin, although it is very similar to Paula Dean’s recipe Continue reading →