What Can You Make with Leavening?

Home baked goods are a wonderful way to enjoy good food and save money at the same time. With a little practice, you can give your local bakery a run for it’s money. Try one of these recipes and see.

Rustic Whole Wheat Bread from GoodLife{Eats} – Wondering if a grain mill is really for you? Katie shares her experiences in reviewing one as well as testing out this rustic bread recipe. It would make a nice addition to any meal — breakfast, lunch or dinner.

Soft Pretzels from Heavenly Homemakers – Did you know that pretzels were a traditional Easter treat? Medieval monks prepared these to resemble praying hands and to remind children to say their prayers. Laura’s pretzels look delicious, don’t they?

Whole Wheat Overnight Waffles from Lynn’s Kitchen Adventures – Who wouldn’t want to wake up to these in the morning? Our own waffle maker busted last year, or should I say, rusted, after I left it outside in the rain. (I had burnt the last waffle, as I am apt to do, and took the smoldering ruins outside and forgot them.) Lynn’s recipe makes me think I better go waffle maker shopping.

Maple Oat Bread with Cinnamon Swirl from the Happy Housewife – Happy knows how to feed a crowd and this bread looks like it would last long, even if you had an army of one!

Bread Machine Cinnamon Rolls from Money Saving Mom – I love Crystal’s persistence. She works hard at something until she feels she’s done her best. These rolls were the result of a quest such as that. And, oh my, wish I could eat some right now!

Gluten-Free Bread Machine Bread from Lynn’s Kitchen Adventures – Lynn recently set out on an interesting kitchen adventure, cooking and baking with several newly-diagnosed food allergies. I love it that she perseveres until she finds something that her family loves. This bread is their way to once again enjoy sandwiches!

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