Homemade bread is something that many families simply haven't taken the time to make. Many are intimidated by the very thought of making homemade bread.
With the low-carb diet craze, bread has sadly been absent from many family dinner tables. Moderation is the key here. Homemade whole wheat breads are actually good for you and offer a variety of health benefits. While some of the white breads are simply "comfort foods" with less nutritional value and need to be eaten in moderation. However, homemade breads are free of all of the controversial additives and preservatives that are found in most breads in the supermarkets today. So even homemade white breads offer a substantial health benefit to buying bread at the grocery store.
Making bread is actually not hard. Don't be intimidated. Many of these recipes are very easy! A beginner will succeed with most of them! The smell of homemade bread in the oven is hard to top! If you haven't tried your skills in bread making, now is the time. Try any of the recipes in this section. They are all tried and true, and guaranteed to please the most discriminating bread connoisseurs in your family!
The brunch recipes are perfect for a lazy Saturday morning or when making a special breakfast for company. You will find many delicious treats here!
Have fun preparing these goodies for your family! With bread in the oven, it doesn't take them long for the entire family to find their way kitchen to ask 'what's for dinner'!
This is a good soft dough recipe that can easily be made into a variety of shapes including cloverleaf rolls and crescent rolls. We've even use for cinnamon roll dough as well. It is an easy recipe to make, and very good.
Excellent any time of the year, but especially good during the fall and winter. The pumpkin flavor is rich and hearty. These are best served with our homemade "Dutch Honey" recipe. This is a rich thick syrup that will last for weeks in the refrigerator. The "Dutch Honey" is also good on ice cream!