Paleo Cornbread Muffins (Or simply, Coconut Flour Muffins) Yes, Paleo Cornbread is an unabashedly explicit oxymoron.
But these taste uncannily like cornbread to me. I must offer a disclaimer, though… it’s been a long time since I’ve had real cornbread, so my perception is a bit skewed. “Coconut flour muffins” for simplicity’s sake I’ve had numerous readers tell me they simply call these “coconut flour muffins” to avoid questions from family members like, “why are you calling these corn-free muffins cornbread?” So call them what you will– Paleo Cornbread or Coconut Flour Muffins. Paleo Cornbread Muffins Ingredients ½ cup coconut flour (a free bag is available from Thrive here!) Instructions Preheat the oven to 350.
Honey Cornbread Muffins - Making Thyme for Health. Cornbread is to chili like what peanut butter is to jelly.
In my eyes, you can’t have one without the other. Homemade Biscuits, Biscuits and Homemade. Pumpkin Dinner Rolls. Pale orange in hue with pecan slivers for stems, these tender, subtly-spiced Pumpkin Rolls make for a great snack or dinner accompaniment.
The other day I took a shot at baking Kaiser rolls. My husband makes amazing Gorgonzola-stuffed burgers, and it always seems a shame to eat such extravagant fare on ordinary hamburger buns. Knotting and looping dough to achieve a Kaiser-roll effect took some getting used to, but I just reshaped the (many) clumsy-looking rolls until I felt happy with them. Despite my fumbling fingers, making these rolls felt much more satisfying than preparing standard-issue burger buns. As I worked, Eliza asked how I was going to add the stems to the pumpkins. I knew I needed to scrap the hamburger bun recipe in favor of one that actually included pumpkin. I downsized the pumpkins from hamburger-sized buns to dinner rolls. Now that I’ve cranked out two batches of pumpkin rolls in just two days’ time, I’m anxious to try making Kaiser rolls again. Makes 32 3-inch rolls. Big Soft and Fluffy One-Hour Dinner Rolls.
Share on Pinterest Where have these rolls been all my life??
Seriously I’ve been waiting around hours for dough to rise when all along I could have had these rolls that can be ready, yes ready in one hour! This recipe is now going to be my go-to roll recipe, no doubt. They are just the way a dinner rolls should be, big, soft and perfectly fluffy. And they have this delicious melt-in-your mouth buttery flavor.
I’ve been sharing so many soup recipes lately and realized I need share some sort of easy bread recipe to go along with them. If you want more rolls, or if you’d rather they were a bit smaller you could definitely cut them into smaller portions (I might do 5 rows of 4, and shape into a rectangle instead of a square to cut). The first few times you make them it may take a little bit longer than 1 hour, maybe 1 hour 15 minutes but once you get the hang of it they’ll be a breeze to make. Enjoy! Want to pin this recipe for later? Share on Pinterest Ingredients Directions. Stone-Ground, Whole Grains And Organic Foods. Directions Combine dry ingredients in bread machine pan or other dough-making method.
Add milk, juice, honey and butter. Run dough cycle or proceed by mixing and kneading until a smooth and elastic dough is formed. Cover the dough and allow to rise in a warm place. Once dough cycle is complete and/or the dough has doubled in size, punch dough down and divide into eight pieces on a pastry mat or lightly floured surface. Photos du journal - Salpy's International Kitchen. DIY Adorable Piglet Face Bread. I love homemade bread because I like the fresh smell when the hot bread is just taken out of the oven.
It’s so soft and tasty. I love it even more when it looks like the adorable piglet face in the above photo. It looks so cheerful.
Recipe for Potato Rolls. We had a great weekend with my family.
We celebrated Halloween on Friday with our niece…she came trick or treating in her angel costume. She was adorable! We also celebrated Thanksgiving on Saturday. I know we jumped the gun, but Thanksgiving is my dad’s favorite holiday…really the only one he likes. Food and football, how can anyone not like it??? Today I am sharing my dad’s famous Potato Roll recipe. 1 pkg. yeast in 1/ 2 cup warm water 3/4 cup shortening ½ cup sugar 2 eggs 1 cup mashed spuds 1 cup scalded milk 5 cups flour 1 tsp salt Mash the spuds ahead of time.
Here are some pictures of our niece, Aubrey. Aubrey in her angel costume! Playing with Matt’s dog, Shorty! Helping Josh rake the leaves…sort of:) Skillet Soda Bread.