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Cheesy Bacon Snack Bread

Frozen bread dough is thawed and topped with cheese and bacon to make this hearty bread.

2 Ratings
20 min.Prep time 1:30Total time

Orange-Filled Easter Bread

This simple-to-make bread will become part of your Easter tradition.

0 Ratings
30 min.Prep time 1:35Total time

Toasted Garlic Parmesan Bread

This flavorful toasted bread is made quick and easy on the stovetop.

0 Ratings
10 min.Prep time 20 min.Total time

Pepper Cheese Beer Bread

The beer in this bread gives it a yeasty flavor. Serve it with a hearty soup or with cheese and fruit as an appetizer.

0 Ratings
15 min.Prep time 1:20Total time

Artisan Bread the Easy Way

By Becky March 22, 2010 0 Comments

I think I could live on bread alone. My favorite part of most meals in fine restaurants is the wonderful bread. My favorite bread has a crunchy crust, and a hearty but soft interior. With all the artisan breads available today I am just about in bread heaven. To bad they’re so time consuming and difficult to make…NOT!

Quick Breads

By Land O'Lakes Test Kitchen August 12, 2010 0 Comments

Mom’s pies and layer cakes covered in frosting surely have a place in our hearts. But who could forget those “quick breads” that just seemed to appear on the countertop?

Whole Wheat Bread with Honey

This wonderfully textured loaf of whole wheat bread has a hint of honey.

0 Ratings
15 min.Prep time 4:15Total time

Berry Twist Bread

Soft sweet dough that is swirled with raspberry jam for a delicious bread.

3 Ratings
25 min.Prep time 2:30Total time

Skip the Bakery and Make Your Own Apricot Ginger Bread

By Mallory May 16, 2014 0 Comments

Yeast breads. What is it about them that can seem so intimidating? Is it the time? The ingredients? The method? Who knows. In reality, they are quite simple. I grew up with an aunt who would bring beautiful breads to every family gathering, and I always thought they were so fancy. I’ve learned you just need the time and patience.

Yeast Breads Part 2: Method

By Amber January 29, 2014 0 Comments

A few months ago I wrote about the 4 main ingredients in bread – flour, water, yeast, and salt – and how they make bread. But with a quick glance at any yeast bread recipe, it is clear that ingredients are only part of the story. Kneading, proofing, punching – what does it all mean? So here I am with the second installment on making yeast breads – method.

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