Happy Monday! Are you in the mood for a simple, sweet bread to grab a slice of on your way out the door this week? Then look no further because this Peanut Butter and Jelly loaf should do the trick.
This simple beer bread is extremely versatile and lends itself to experimentation. It is best served warm with a piping hot bowl of stew or chili, which makes it a perfect no-frills recipe for the winter months.
This weekend, I took a trip to the Indianapolis zoo where all of the animals were getting into the fall spirit. After watching black bears bob for apples and pachyderms playing with pumpkins, I decided to make one of my seasonal favorites – a sweet and citrusy quickbread that doesn’t hold back on the orange … More Cranberry Orange Quickbread
Every once in a while, I like to bring baked goods into the office to share with my coworkers. This quick bread recipe pairs really well with that first – or third – cup of coffee and is easy to whip up the night before.
I am a fan of big lemon flavor, and this bread has plenty of it. It is best made with fresh juice and berries at the height of summer, but bottled lemon juice and (thawed) frozen berries could do in a pinch if you find yourself yearning for those seasonal flavors.
This is one of the easiest and most versatile loaves of bread I’ve ever made. It can go from sweet to savory with simple mix-ins, and it is a great gift for carb-lovers. My friend Donna calls this one “THE LOAF” for a reason.