Sweet & savory country cooking from my table to yours!

advertisement

Category Archives: Breads

Sweet Blueberry Biscuits With Lemon Glaze

Sweet Blueberry Biscuits With Lemon Glaze

Big juicy blueberries take these soft and fluffy buttermilk biscuits to the next level, and if that’s not enough a fresh lemony glaze sends them right over the top!  I dare you to eat just one!! Big fluffy buttermilk biscuits are always delicious with some melted butter oozing out of them and some great jam… more

Glazed Yeast Donuts

Glazed Yeast Donuts

The only hard thing about making these yeast donuts is the waiting.  The dough goes through two rises, but the steps are super easy.  They are soft and delicious with a drizzle of sugar glaze.  The whole family will love them!! You might think homemade yeast donuts are hard to make, but they really aren’t. … more

Perfect Corn Muffins

Perfect Corn Muffins

These are my absolute favorite Corn Muffins.  The additions of sour cream and creamed corn add extra moistness and flavor to these scrumptious muffins.  They are perfect with a bowl of homemade navy beans and ham or served with butter and jam and they take five minutes to prepare! This is my go-to recipe for… more

Buttermilk Bread

Buttermilk Bread

This soft & tender Buttermilk Bread is simply the best!!  It’s not only great for sandwiches, but it makes a great french toast.  It’s great for freezing, so you can eat one loaf and freeze the second one for later. One of my very favorite things to do is to play with yeast.  It’s so amazing… more

Perfect Banana Nut Bread

Perfect Banana Nut Bread

This incredibly moist and dense banana bread is delicious by itself or slathered with butter. Just a tiny hint of warm cinnamon complements the flavor of this delicious bread even more. more

Angel Rolls

Angel Rolls

These feather like Angel Rolls are beyond tender and flaky thanks to the addition of yeast. They are easy to make and my new go to recipe for dinner rolls. more

Moist Pecan Zucchini Bread

Moist Pecan Zucchini Bread

  It’s that time of year.  Time to use up that bumper crop of zucchini.  By the way, did you know that zucchini first became popular in the early 1960’s?  Gardeners started planting zucchini in their gardens without realizing how quickly it grew.  They couldn’t pick it fast enough and didn’t know what to do… more

advertisement