Years ago when we owned a bakery, we used to make this multigrain bread. I recall it had a very good flavor, especially when toasted. While at a local bulk food store (TRA in Truro, Nova Scotia), I was very surprised to see this on the shelf. Now I expect most consumers would not purchase a 20kg bag of bread base (you still need to add more flour). But I’ve worked with this before, only now the equipment I have is much different. Time to experiment.
Mix the dry and wet separately
This is the 4th recipe I discovered today to make use of that liter of buttermilk. So you like the flavor of toffee but don’t have toffee chips to add? No worries, try this recipe out.
This is the third of 4 recipes that were new-to-me to try out and to use use of the liter of buttermilk that was in the fridge.
This is another of the 4 recipes I tried out for the first time to make use of a liter of buttermilk I had in the fridge. Its always a good day when a new-to-me recipe turns out delicious. 🙂
I had bought a liter of buttermilk but forgot what I was going to use it for so I went looking for some sweet recipes to make use of it. This blueberry buttermilk coffee cake is one of 4 I chose to use up the 1 liter.
The dear wife made some fudge, peanut butter and chocolate chips. I love sweets and I like fudge but only in small amounts. There’s a lot of sugar packed into a little square!
I made these from the recipe out of Company’s Coming Cookies recipe book. I wouldn’t say they were my favorite peanut butter cookie. The convenience of these is that you can keep the dough in the fridge and slice off a few and bake them as needed. I don’t know though how long the dough can stay in the fridge. I wouldn’t let it go more than a few days.
A fun sign that makes me chuckle every time I see it.