Sunflower Whole Wheat Bread #TwelveLoaves

I spied this soda bread recipe in an old North Dakota cookbook that belonged to my aunt. With a touch of sweetness, this Sunflower Whole Wheat Bread is perfect smeared with butter and jam. Sunflower Whole Wheat Bread We spent a week in Ireland when the kids were little. They loved exploring castles (Nick was […]

Buttermilk Goat Cheese Biscuits #TwelveLoaves

Tender and flaky, these Buttermilk Goat Cheese Biscuits will tickle your fancy after just one nibble! Twelve Loaves I’m delighted to be back baking with the #TwelveLoaves crew. For the month of April, our theme led me to experiment with a few cheesy breads. I whipped up some magnificent cheddar popovers, but I needed a chisel […]

Rosemary Olive Bread #TwelveLoaves

The  flavors in this rustic Rosemary Olive Bread made for an out of the ordinary, irresistible loaf! And the aroma from the oven was incredibly enticing. Love at First Bite Growing up, I would have balked at a slice of bread speckled with Kalamata olives. Granted, I was a fan of the hum drum olives of […]

Cream Cheese Filled Pumpkin Muffins #TwelveLoaves

These cream cheese filled pumpkin muffins are a delicious breakfast indulgence combining pumpkin bread and cheesecake. Sounds delightful, right? Perfect with your cup of coffee I took our family recipe for pumpkin bread and pushed it to another level! A dollop of sweetened cream cheese transformed simple pumpkin muffins into a tantalizing treat. And a sprinkling […]

Sour Cream Pear Bread #TwelveLoaves

This moist, rich Sour Cream Pear Bread is the perfect autumn treat. With chunks of pears and the warm spices of cinnamon and ginger, it’s totally irresistible! Sour Cream Pear Bread I have eaten scrumptious pear coffee cakes, but never a pear quick bread. I was bound and determined to create a moist and flavorful […]

Herbed Buttermilk Biscuits #TwelveLoaves #SkinnyTip

These Herbed Buttermilk Biscuits are tender and buttery with a boost of flavor from fresh garden herbs! A Mediocre Gardener I generally have a black thumb. I’m all gung ho when I plant my herb garden in the spring…but by late July, I tend to forget the all important “watering” task. Thank goodness we’ve had regular […]