Tag Archives: Baked Goods

Three Equals Twelve (3=12)

NOLA Boy is a mathematician, so my title here caused a bit of a stir.  I’m sure with the addition of enough little squigglies in my equation, he could make three into twelve, but I did it the easy way. … Continue reading

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Key Lime Pie Extraordinaire

    This might look like an overkill amount of goodies to pile on such a small sliver of key lime pie, but the extraordinary deliciousness of it amounts to a quick satiety point!  The plate is very small – … Continue reading

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Nuts to Cookies

Oh, my!  Don’t they look innocent?  They are supposed to be cookies, but they are, in reality, delicious little islands of nuts, dates, and cranberries surrounded by a minimum of oatmeal cookie dough, and quickly baked to perfection.  Three dozen … Continue reading

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Sourdough Mojo

What seems like an eternity ago, I started having difficulty with my sourdough bread. It defied me at every turn.  I was so discouraged. I experimented with recipes for regular yeast bread, and finally evolved a really good one that … Continue reading

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Petite Pan Pizza

About two years ago, my sourdough starter took a header, and we’ve been without ever since,  But now I am trying to get a new sourdough starter going.  It is slow going, so I’ve been making smallish bread things to … Continue reading

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Pepper Bread

This is going to sound off the wall, even for me, but I have discovered something that I don’t really know how to describe. I have been putting 1/2 cup (out of three cups) of masa harina in almost all … Continue reading

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Raspberry YUM

In my continuing quest for more ways to use the tapioca pudding, this delicious dessert appeared.  A thin layer of the unsweetened tapioca holds the raspberries in place.  The cake is a thin slice of gingerbread, and the ice cream … Continue reading

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Bowl o’ Rolls

Monday night I made some calzone using a new-to-me bread recipe.  The bread was great, but I made a rookie’s mistake and forgot to grease the pan.  I just put down some cornmeal on the insulated air bake pan.  They … Continue reading

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Sandwich Buns with Quinoa

I know; they look just like the last ones.  I had two of my sesame seed buns left over from last time, so I made more with the garlicky topping this time.  One of us eats more cheeseburgers than the … Continue reading

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Bingo Rolls

NOLA boy LOVES cheeseburgers, so I am always trying to find interesting combinations of grains to add to the sandwich buns I make for this purpose. One of the things I have been using for a while is big instant … Continue reading

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Everything Rolls

On a recent trip to Trader Joe’s, we acquired a jar of “Everything but the Bagel” seasoning.  These lovely potato sandwich rolls were perfect to acquire a nice layer of said topping. So delicious!  We particularly love them filled to … Continue reading

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Sunflower Seed Bread

  There is a lovely trio of bread recipes on the back of every bag of Bob’s Red Mill Artisan flour (purple label), as well as a very well-done video here about how to do the overnight loaf.  The printed recipes … Continue reading

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Panettone

These are from a King Arthur Flour mix. Next time I’ll do it myself. It is delicious!

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Potato Onion Bread

  This bread threatened to take over the entire kitchen!  I used a plain white bread recipe and added freeze-dried shallots, an egg, non-diastatic malt instead of sugar, and some potato flakes.  The result is shown here.  Fortunately it had … Continue reading

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Open Door Wheat Bread

I make mostly sourdough French batons for our “daily bread”, but once in a while I get a hankerin’ for plain ol’ whole wheat bread to have for morning toast. This loaf came out perfectly, if a bit dense.  I … Continue reading

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Provolone Pizza

  That bruschetta is pure gold for turning something ordinary into something that really sings! A slice of provolone on each piece of leftover pizza, topped with a generous amount of the bruschetta, provided a wonderful lunch the next day.  … Continue reading

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Breakfast Brown Bread – with seeds

Inspired by all of the delicious-looking brown breads that I see at Schnippelboy, I ventured out.  I started with a recipe for Anadama Bread and added a lot of seeds, probably too many. I look forward to having a slice this morning … Continue reading

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Arizona Sourdough Bread

I’m happy to report that the sourdough bread came out perfectly!  My new starter has a ways to go before it is as sour as my ten-year old one that I had had going in California for all those years. … Continue reading

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Cheese Bread, Light

Just before popping them into the oven. What are those little dots? That is a heaping helping of teff, an Ethiopian grain. The word itself means “lost”, I’ve read. And I can see how that is. If one of the … Continue reading

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Teeny Tiny Cheese and Caraway Rolls

Inspired by Tasty Eats – https://ronitpenso.wordpress.com/2015/11/22/potato-cheese-and-caraway-quick-rolls/ I made the above rolls with leftover white and sweet potatoes. I didn’t measure the potatoes, nor make them up special as she shows – I just plopped them into a bowl, added the … Continue reading

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