Resurrection Rolls Recipe

Posted on Nov 1, 2011 in Bread & Breakfast | 0 comments

Resurrection Rolls Recipe

A delicious Easter treat, conveniently made the day before and baked on Easter morning. When the golden rolls are cut open, you'll discover the inside empty! The marshmallow melts, leaving a yummy, sweet cinnamon coating! A wonderful reminder of Jesus' empty tomb.

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Overnight Dinner Rolls

Posted on Nov 1, 2011 in Bread & Breakfast | 0 comments

Overnight Dinner Rolls

The dough for these rolls has both yeast and baking powder, so it can easily be made well before serving, shaped into rolls, and kept in the fridge (or cool garage or balcony) overnight or up to 48 hours. No need for a second rising…they go right into the oven and bake quickly.

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Plain and Simple No Knead Bread Recipe

Posted on Oct 25, 2011 in Bread & Breakfast | 0 comments

Plain and Simple No Knead Bread Recipe

Who doesn't love fresh, homemade bread? And nothing could be easier than this No-Knead Bread! A few ingredients...a little time...and you've got yourself a hot loaf of bread.

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Italian Bread Dough Recipe

Posted on Oct 25, 2011 in Bread & Breakfast | 0 comments

Italian Bread Dough Recipe

This versatile bread dough recipe can be used for Italian sub sandwiches, crusty loaves, pizza crust, calzones and more!

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French Breakfast Puffs Recipe

Posted on Oct 24, 2011 in Bread & Breakfast | 0 comments

French Breakfast Puffs Recipe

These muffins have been a family favorite ever since I started making them for Cafe Zog in Rhode Island almost twenty years ago! With their light texture and lovely cinnamon-sugar topping, they are also one of my Top Ten Favorites from O Taste & See Some More!

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Bagel Recipe

Posted on Oct 18, 2011 in Bread & Breakfast | 0 comments

Bagel Recipe

I love the chewiness of bagels, don't you? Since I couldn't find them in Europe, I began making my own several years ago. But why the hole in the middle? My research shows that originally they had a hole so they would get cooked evenly into the middle. We found the hole made it harder to spread the cream cheese on it so I began making them without a hole, and they are always done in the center. So take your choice: Hole? Or no hole? It all depends how you shape them.

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