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This loaf is moist and full of orange flavor, thanks to a syrup and a glaze. It’s sunshine on a gray morning, especially when paired with a hot cup of coffee!
I’m a sucker for lemon desserts, so when I saw this recipe for Lemon Ricotta Pound Cake – I knew I had to give it a whirl. It’s lemony, moist, and best of all, easy to throw together.
What’s marvelous about this recipe for Honey Applesauce Cake is that it makes two loaves, one to keep and one to give away. It can be baked ahead of time and still be moist and delicious several days later. Another … Continue reading
What else is there to do on a freezing cold Sunday but laundry and baking a bread that uses up the overripe bananas in the fruit bowl? Yep, always nice to have a good snack to go with an afternoon … Continue reading
If you’re like me and buy too many bananas – you end up with several brown spotted ones that no one wants to eat. The recipe for this quick bread is one of my favorite ways of using up those … Continue reading
Sunday was one of those gray, rainy, chilled to the bone days. After braving the elements, we returned home, had lunch – then I turned on the oven to bake something to warm the kitchen. I had a can of … Continue reading
Hobo bread originally was a simple bread made without eggs, baked over a campfire in a tin can. Since beans were a staple of most hobos during the Depression, it made sense that they reused the empty cans for heating … Continue reading
Overripe bananas + freezing temperatures = baking something to keep warm! It was chilly last week, with the thermometer dipping into single digits for a couple of days. The cat abandoned his favorite napping spot on the sofa in favor … Continue reading
I adore this bread – it’s sweet, but not too sweet. Perfect with coffee in the morning, flecked with shredded carrots and dotted with raisins. It makes getting out of bed on these last cold days of winter bearable!
This is a beautiful holiday bread. Wrapped in a tea towel it would make a lovely gift for a teacher or neighbor.
It was cold and rainy on Saturday, and there’s no better excuse to turn on the oven and bake. If you have two lonely Granny Smith apples in your fruit bowl, you too could make this lovely loaf of apple … Continue reading
I threw this bread together on Sunday afternoon while the fellas were at the gym. I used up the leftover cream cheese in the fridge, and the brown spotted bananas on the kitchen table. The result is this delicious bread, … Continue reading
There were three spotted, overripe bananas in the fruit bowl begging to be a banana bread. I wanted to try something different, so I substituted peanut butter for some of the oil, and added chocolate chips. Because chocolate chips make … Continue reading