Wednesday May 22, 2013
The smell of baking apples is incredible. I look forward every autumn to buying locally grown apples to use in my baking. Come spring, however, I am again craving the smell and taste of freshly baked apples. If you can relate, try out this easy recipe for apple nut quick bread. It is a great, spicy treat any time of the year.
Apple nut quick bread ©2013 Elizabeth Yetter, licensed to About.com, Inc.
Tuesday May 21, 2013
I love carrot bread! Whenever carrots are on sale or I can get a good price for them at the farmer's market, I buy as many as I can for baking. This carrot bread, made with whole wheat flour, was simply delicious and moist. It mixed up quickly and would make a great breakfast breads, as well as a gift bread.
Carrot bread ©2013 Elizabeth Yetter, licensed to About.com, Inc.
Monday May 20, 2013
I don't use anise seeds quite as often as I would like, so when I spotted the jar of anise seed in my cupboard, I knew it was time to take it out and mix up a batch of anise seed bread. Almond anise seed quick bread is very easy to make. It is also a great breakfast, snack, or dessert bread. Make it as a gift bread for your newt visit to friends and family.
Almond anise seed bread ©2013 Elizabeth Yetter, licensed to About.com, Inc.
Friday May 10, 2013
Marmalade and oats - both of these items remind me of being home with mom. For this marmalade oat bread recipe, I added orange marmalade to the bread dough and got a lightly sweetened bread with a delicious, breakfast flavor and texture. This is a great spring and summer bread.
Marmalade oat bread ©2013 Elizabeth Yetter, licensed to About.com, Inc.