Archive for 'Breads'

My Favorite Vegan Zucchini Bread

I’ve had the strongest craving for zucchini lately – I’ve fried it, thrown it in soup, sauteed it, just can’t get enough of it. I couldn’t find any at the grocery store on my last trip, so I was beyond stoked when we popped into a bulk store and I get 4 HUGE ones for […]

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March 30, 2015

Whole Wheat Soft Pretzels

Can anyone resist soft pretzels? I used to love grabbing a hot buttery pretzel at the mall or eating a dozen at my sister’s in-law’s after a pretzel making party (what, you guys don’t have those?). Well, I used to. The pretzel place in my mall closed and was replaced with froyo, which is just […]

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February 23, 2015

Whole Wheat Spinach Bread

I remember in elementary school everyone flipping out over green eggs and ham on St Patrick’s Day. Do the two really have anything to do with each other? Probably not, but green = St Patrick’s Day and my school rolled with it. Obviously, I don’t eat ham and coloring eggs green kiiiiind of freaks me […]

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December 18, 2014

Cheddar Biscuits — Guest Post from The Speckled Palate

Today I have Erin from The Speckled Palate here for a guest post. Do we see a cheesy, delicious theme in all of these guest posts? Not planned, but I like it.  I’ve been following Erin’s blog probably since before I started my own, and girl can cook. Her photos are gorg plus she started […]

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November 10, 2014

My Favorite Whole Wheat Bread + PBJ Swirl Bread

About a year or so ago, I started baking from scratch almost all of the bread that we eat. Bread has always been one of my favorite foods, but the ingredients list on store-bought bread can be pretty scary. Making our own bread a great way to control the ingredients that go in, plus then we always […]

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November 7, 2014

Grated Squash Muffins

Normally this is the time of year when I start winding down. True, everyone is busy with prepping for holidays, but all of my studies at work begin to wrap up, yard work comes to a standstill thanks to the eminent snow, and the cold air just makes everything slow. This year? Total opposite. My entire year […]

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