This stuffed French toast is lightly battered and deep-fried. The outside is light and crisp. Lou Anne’s original recipe called for whipped cream cheese with cinnamon chips added, and that’s very good. We’ve used pastry fillings. For a class once,… Read More »Lou Anne’s Deep-Fried Stuffed French Toast
You can make great whole grain breads! Often it’s as simple as substituting a whole grain blend for part of the flour in your favorite bread recipe. You may need to adjust the liquid a little, but other than that,… Read More »How to Design Your Own Whole Grain Bread Recipes
There’s a lot of bread in our freezer. In our exuberance, we often bake more bread than we can eat in a day or two. What isn’t given away goes in the freezer. Sometimes, we bake bread just to store.… Read More »Storing Bread: Keeping Bread in the Freezer
Choosing the right springform pan is all about what you bake and how you plan to bake it. In this article, we’ll outline out the advantages and disadvantages of different types and explain how what you bake affects the right choice… Read More »How to Choose the Right Springform Pan
Cornbread is a southern delight and one of my favorite sides to make for chili cookouts, but it can be hard to decide which pan is best to use for cornbread. Each pan comes with its advantages and disadvantages, but… Read More »What Pan Should You Use for Cornbread?
Mini-loaves make the perfect gift, and with our linked mini-loaf pan, you can make multiple at a time and get your gift shopping done early. We absolutely love to bake mini loaves. Wrap them in cellophane or a pretty paper… Read More »How Long Should You Bake Your Mini-Loaves?
You can braid nearly any bread—including your favorite recipe. We often grab a mix—that makes it even easier. And you can stuff your bread with either a sweet or a savory filling. Cherry Braided Bread With Cream Cheese Frosting For… Read More »How to Make Stuffed Braided Bread
The perfect cookies, the best sandwich loaves, the tastiest muffins— all of these require butter, oil, or shortening, and sometimes different recipes will tell you to use one instead of the other. So what are the advantages of each? When… Read More »Can I Substitute Butter or Shortening for Oil in My Recipe?