It’s that adorable time of year again, where so many of us either have broody chickens who are sitting on their eggs, or we are buying our spring chicks from a local farm store or chicken farmer.
As I mentioned a few days ago, I had my family over last weekend for both my sister and husband’s birthday. They share the same birthday, just two years apart. And oddly enough, Rob’s younger brother and I are exactly the same age, but 2 days apart. Totally irrelevant to hot dog buns, but I jump around a lot – just keep up the best you can.
I have a feeling this simple, and very sweet fruit dip has an official name, but I don’t know it, so “Fluffy Pink Fruit Dip” it is going to be.
Are you a coffee drinker? I am not. I have said this my entire life. And it’s true. If you ask me to go for coffee, or invite me to your house and offer me some, I will politely decline and take a tea or a cold beverage instead. I don’t get it. Hot, bitter liquid? No thanks.
So in this last recipe in my no knead bread series, I wanted to end it with a simple, healthy whole wheat bread. No frills, no gimmicks. Just plain old whole wheat bread.
Hello again bread lovers. Welcome to my yeast filled world. I was going to start a super healthy version for you last night, but then I realized I needed a garlic bread to go with lunch today. So he we are again with a white bread detour. But I assure you, it’s a good one and a staple for any home. At least I think?
Here we are with the third bread recipe in this no knead bread series, and it’s a beautiful, more healthy option for you seed and grain lovers out there.
Today we are going to take our super simple no knead white bread recipe as a base recipe and start playing with it to change the flavor and make it a little more special!
I have been asked by a few lovely ladies over the past few weeks what my favorite type of bread is to bake and what is my easiest recipe? So to answer the first question – my favorite bread – the answer is…..bread. All bread. I really can’t choose just one, but I do have a weakness for simple white bread. I know it’s the most unhealthy of them all, but it’s so fluffy and comforting. I just can’t help it. My easiest recipe, is the one I will share with you here today and for the next couple of weeks – different versions of the same thing. A no knead bread that literally anyone can master almost immediately with great results and almost zero effort.