Not sure what to do with those frozen cranberries left over from the holidays? This quickbread is as tasty as it is easy to make — just mix, pour, and bake! The combination of cranberries and orange juice makes it a perfect bread to slice and eat for breakfast.
Everyone loves a good pizza, and most of us agree that it’s the crust that makes or breaks a pizza. This recipe combines whole wheat ﬂour and cornmeal, and the resulting crust is chewy but not doughy and ﬁrm but not dry.
This classic Italian soup is ideal for a cold winter day. Although the fennel adds great ﬂavor, just leave it out if you can’t easily ﬁnd it in your local grocery, and simply add herbs of your own choice, such as rosemary or basil.
Warm mozzarella cheese oozes out of the center of these moist and delicious turkey burgers. You can top them with the smoky chipotle aioli, or with any of your favorite condiments. Make sure to pair them with whole grain buns!
These whole wheat buns are best fresh and hot from the oven any time of year. The ﬂaxseed meal and whole wheat ﬂour combine to produce a rich nutty ﬂavor that mellows wonderfully with a touch of butter and a drizzle of honey.
If you’re looking for a sandwich bread to stand up to your favorite ﬁxings, look no further. From PB&J to BLTs, loaded with lettuce and tomato or layered in a club, the oat and wheat ﬂours work together to give you the best tasting bread for any sandwich you can imagine.
If you want to make a dent in your zucchini surplus, try this bread. It’s moist, scented with cinnamon, and studded with golden raisins and walnuts. You can use brown sugar instead of white for a darker, richer loaf.
Moist, easy to slice, and 100% whole wheat? No, these are NOT contradictory phrases! This whole-wheat loaf is the ideal everyday bread, perfect for sandwiches, toast, and French toast or grilled cheese sandwiches.
The best bread for thin-slicing is called pain de mie, a butter- and milk-rich loaf baked in a special lidded pan (often called a Pullman pan, just to make things confusing!) The lid ensures that the baking bread won’t expand too much, keeping it very close-grained-and thus totally non-...