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To make a great base for hors d’oeuvres, cut this loaf into thin slices, spread on a baking sheet, and toast in the oven at 350 degrees for 5 to 10 minutes. The resulting crackers are great with goat cheese, drizzled with a good cold-pressed olive oil, or spread with fig tapenade.
Adapted from "The Gluten-Free Almond Flour Cookbook" by Elana Amsterdam.
With crunchy bread on top and a delicate custard bottom, this bread pudding has a simple, bright, orange flavor. It is equally wonderful as a dessert or a decadent brunch treat. Udi’s sandwich bread works very well for this recipe, either the white or whole grain varieties. Of course, it can be made with regular bread too. I prefer to weigh ingredients when I bake, I find it easier and more fail-safe. View Recipe
This bread pudding is packed full of all our favorite fall flavors: We’ll definitely be serving this dessert regularly throughout the coming months.This recipe is courtesy of David Venable, host of QVC's In the Kitchen with David.View Recipe
This is a fun twist on the already fun monkey bread. Here, pre-packaged tubed biscuits (like Pillsbury Grands) are gently split in two, individually dipped in butter and cinnamon sugar, then are layered into a loaf pan. When finished, the bread is drizzled with an awesomely easy-to-make glaze made with just powdered sugar, vanilla extract, and milk.Best of all, this buttery and sweet dessert bread is perfect for sharing… but only if you chose to.Click here for the How-To Video.View Recipe
Check out this paleo-friendly, gluten-free recipe from George Bryant, the man behind the blog "Civilized Caveman Cooking."
Known as a Malaysian breakfast staple, roti canai (pronounced “rho-tee chan-ai”), or flying bread, is a flaky griddled flatbread typically enjoyed alongside a hot cup of teh tarik, (pulled tea). Roti canai is traditionally made with a mixture of white flour, water, and clarified butter (or ghee) and a secret touch of a little condensed milk. It is best eaten when dipped in freshly made potato coconut curry, or for a sweet variation, combined with Nutella. Recipe courtesy of Malaysian Food Ambassador, chef Christina Arokiasamy.
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Irish soda bread is traditionally made in a loaf shape, but these muffins have the same terrific flavor with buttermilk, caraway seeds and currants.
This banana bread is enhanced with toffee bits, mini chocolate chips, and walnuts. Walnuts can be left out if nut allergies are an issue.
Made with Grands! Biscuits, this classic Monkey Bread recipe oozes with warm caramel and cinnamon.
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A favorite Irish recipe, soda bread lends itself to a more hearty and wholesome bread than a traditional yeast bread. Growing up in my house, soda bread was simple and straight forward with no fruit of any kind and usually had wheat and/or oats. I do not oppose the addition of fruit. Sometimes I think it works, especially if eaten with great Irish butter. I remember traditional soda bread being slightly bitter, so I wanted to add millet for the sweet cereal flavor it imparts, yet keep that heartiness with the addition of brown rice flour and flaxseed meal. Flaxmeal also creates this wonderful gel, which aids in building structure in gluten-free bread as well as adding omega-3 amino acids. I tried to make this bread without the use of any gums, but to no avail.
Though it looks complicated, this recipe is delicious! And remember, for best results, make this recipe using a scale.
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"This is a pudding that can be made in so many different and delicious ways. I prefer this classic soft set with its wonderful buttery top. But it’s also fabulous made with day-old brioche or croissants instead of the traditional white sliced bread."- Kevin Dundon This recipe comes courtesy of The Raglan Road Cookbook: Inside America's Favorite Irish Pub by Kevin Dundon and Neil Cubley. Click here to purchase your own copy. View Recipe
For a crisp and delicious breading option, use Ritz Crackers.