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.
Are you someone who does a lot of freezer cooking? I am, and I really enjoy doing it. I put a lot of effort into cooking meals from scratch at home, so when I do, I like to make large quantities and portion it out and freeze it to make life simple later. Cooking everything homemade and from scratch is both labor intensive and time consuming as we all know, so anything you can do to try to ease some of that load is a great idea. Although I stay home with my son full time, time is still precious and I don’t want to spend the entire day in the kitchen if I don’t have to.
I have admitted this before, and I will here again, that I am a snob about a few things. Soup is on my top 5 snob-issues list.
I take the time to make my own soups at home because once you have, you can never go back to a can. You can’t argue the difference in taste, healthier choices, and even cost in most cases.