I saw the hashtag trending on Twitter and said to myself, “I’m on it” because I need a small loaf of this dough type for a requested ‘nother batch of Orange Bread Pudding* next week along with a walk this afternoon after the rolls come out of the oven. Two types today, both using the … More National Sticky Buns Day
A couple days ago I made some clementine cinnamon rolls* to share and a small loaf of the half white/half white-whole-wheat bread from the same dough to use for a pan of overnight French toast.** That was before I’d rediscovered and altered the orange goo recipe and this idea entered my baking thought-train. What if … More Orange Bread Pudding with instructions
I made an overnight-in-the-fridge yeast dough, half white and half white whole wheat, sneaking in the healthier flour for the first time with this recipe as an experiment. It worked. See that gooey goo? That was a mix of 1/2 cup fresh clementine juice, 1/2 cup granulated sugar and 1/4 cup salted butter cooked for … More Gooey Clementine Cinnamon Rolls
A couple days ago one of my sweet gardening neighbors rang to ask if I would loan a couple muffin pans so she could make — for the first time! — a batch of gluten-free and dairy-free zucchini muffins for her friend’s birthday. She brought me one of the finished muffins, which had a lovely, … More It’s zucchini season in local gardens. 3 types of Garden Zucchini Muffins.
Pot lucks because that’s how the family does gatherings for every occasion. Everybody brings something, usually made by hand. Lots of salads and barbecue and desserts. My mother’s birthday in on July 6th, a Saturday this year and also on a day which is part of a lengthy holiday weekend so some folks may miss … More Mother’s 90th Birthday Party Potluck
Why not? Fresh organic strawberries caught my eye and there was a frozen chocolate shortcake biscuit* leftover from a few days ago. Billiken eyed it, too. *https://mschefinseattle.com/2019/06/06/chocolate-shortcake-with-nectarines-recipe/
Time for breakfast this morning and a decision to use Trader Joe’s (sour!) mango kefir as the sour liquid for biscuits along with some cinnamon and golden raisins in the dough. They turned out even bigger than usual and, naturally, tasty with a crunchy shell. Because the kefir is thicker than milk, it was necessary … More Cinnamon & Golden Raisin Biscuits with Kefir
Skipping over my last idea for the “next” cinnamon-y biscuit (which was to make all six of a batch — rather than one or two — of the super-fast biscuits into the double-decker crunchy, buttery Cinnamon Biscuits*) came a brainstorm last night for these. I did a search for a recipe online and found none! … More Oh, yes I did. New! Coffee Cake Biscuits!
Yep, I can’t help myself. My versions of cinnamon buttermilk biscuits began with a mere cinnamon-sugar sprinkle on the top of a biscuit, then a sprinkle in the middle and and top. The last experiment introduced a small pat of butter in the middle underneath the cinnamon sugar to test whether the biscuit could be … More Never-ending Experiments with Cinnamon Biscuits, Now with Cranberries and Butter Tops
A chilly early morning and out of buttermilk biscuits for breakfast? Time to make more and entertain a little experiment with the single cinnamon biscuit** that I make with each batch of my super-speedy biscuits*. Even though I always divide the dough for that special biscuit to put cinnamon sugar in the middle and top, … More Experimento: Butter Inside Cinnamon Biscuit