100% Whole Wheat Crusty No Knead Artisan Bread (off site) - Posted on Instructables.com. Another easy recipe; adding gluten to the whole wheat helps create the "airy" texture. Uses a bread stone to achieve the "artisan" style crust... can use a Dutch oven (see the recipe for No-knead Crusty Artisan Bread for instructions), if you don't have a bread stone.
Crusty, Seedy Sourdough Rye Bread - I found the original version of this recipe on recipe.com; it is itself a modification of a recipe by Sunset Breads (1995). I upped the whole grains and simplified the technique a bit to suit myself. I use Goldrush Old Fashioned San Francisco Style Starter (http://www.goldrushproducts.com/); I mixed up an envelope with whole wheat flour and water a couple years ago to make the Mother Sponge and it lives in my fridge. When you take out some of the starter (aka Mother Sponge) to make this bread, make sure you feed the Mother - I mix up a 1/2 cup of warm water with 1/2 cup of whole wheat flour and stir it back into the Mother - then I let it sit out for six hours or so before putting it back in the fridge to wait until the next baking day. The directions say to feed it once a week, but I have found that to be unnecessary. A link to the original recipe is here: http://www.food.com/recipeprint.do?rid=170558.
No-knead Crusty Artisan Bread (off site) - Posted on "The Comfort KItchen." Very easy, uses a Dutch oven instead of a bread stone.
Sunflower-Millet Bread (from The Enchanted Broccoli Forest and Other Timeless Delicacies, by Mollie Katzen) - An awesome recipe from an awesome cookbook by an awesome author! Ms. Katzen handprinted and illustrated several amazing cookbooks in the late 70's and early 80's; they were beautiful works of art, full of entertaining writing, and - of course - tasty recipes! I used to use these books all the time in my hippy-ish youth. :) I was digging through them recently and decided that I needed to make this bread... If you track down the original book (and I very much recommend that you do!), you'll find the original recipe on page 99, which general bread baking instructions on pages 86-88 (including a fun, but educational" "illustrated guide" that baking novices will find very helpful). I've consolidated the bread baking instructions and recipe on one page for your convenience.
- Posted January 17, 2016.
- Posted January 17, 2016.
Quick Bread and Muffins
Apricot-Orange Bread (off site) - Posted on SparkPeople.
Blueberry Pecan Muffins -- the very Best! - A recipe contribution from JJ Towler, Charlottesville, VA
James Beard's Irish Soda Bread (off site) - Posted on the James Beard Foundation site.
Low Calorie Banana Bread (off site) - Posted on AboutFood.com. Applesauce replaces half of the butter and sugar in the typical version, cutting both calories and fat.
Seeded Whole Grain Soda Bread (off site) - Posted on Bon Appetit web site. Extremely yummy and filling. I use olive oil instead of butter It works will with different seeds, if you don't have all the different kinds called for in the recipe (millet, quinoa, amaranth, flaxseed, sunflower seeds) - I don't have amaranth, but I do have chia seeds, and they worked out just fine! Also, don't let the calorie count scare you off - it's based on eight servings, and IMHO, this recipe yields a LOT more than that - it bakes up into a HUGE loaf! - Posted 11/23/2015.
Noreen Kinney's Irish Soda Bread (off site) - Posted on Epicurious.
Oatmeal Irish Soda Bread - A recipe adapted from Food Network (http://www.foodnetwork.com/recipes/oatmeal-soda-bread-recipe.html), which was in turn adapted from Irish Country Cooking, by Darina Allen.
Oatmeal Muffins (off site) - Posted on Cooks.com. An interesting version that includes masa harina in the ingredients list.
Cassava Flour Pizza Dough (off site) - A recipe for a gluten-free pizza crust. This page includes a recipe for vegan "cheese," which I can not vouch for, but the pizza dough is very good! The recipe suggests one might be able to use tapioca starch instead of arrowroot flour; I didn't have the arrowroot, so I had to use tapioca starch, and it works very well! - Posted on the Predominantly Paleo web site. Link posted December 30, 2016.
Gluten-free Cornmeal-Crusted Pizza with Chili - My very favorite gluten-free pizza crust so far! I top mine with tomato sauce and veggies, and a smigen of cheese, instead of chili. I use my own gluten-free flour blend: One and a half cups of brown rice flour, one and a half cups of oat flour (take some oatmeal and whiz it through the blender to make oat flour), 1 cup of white rice flour, and half a cup of potato starch... you can make your own custom blend by following the formula on Gluten-Free Girl 's web site.- Posted on King Arthur Flour's web site. - Link posted January 2, 2017.
Gluten-free Pizza Crust - Okay... I know that I said the Gluten-free Cornmeal-Crusted Pizza with Chili was my favorite pizza crust, but that was before I found this one - this is the closest thing to "real" pizza I've tasted since my doctor ordered me off gluten! :) It is thin, crispy, and delicious! It calls for gelatin, but I substituted egg white and it worked out perfectly. If you can't (or don't want to) do cheese for topping, I like this recipe for Vegan Mozzarella Cheese (I use sunflower seeds instead of cashews) - Posted on Food.com's web site. - Link posted April 1, 2017.
Gluten-free Popovers (off site) - Posted on the King Arthur's Flour web site. Real popovers without the gluten! - Link posted January 21, 2017.
Healthy 5-Ingredient Flourless Banana Bread (off site) - Recipe is as advertised: The only ingredients are oatmeal, bananas, eggs, baking soda, and a bit of maple syrup - no flour! Very tasty and very easy to make! I like to make it a bit sweeter by swapping out the maple syrup for brown sugar, and adding a couple of tablespoons of maple syrup and an additional banana. Posted on The Baker Mama site. - Link posted January 14, 2017.
Baked Okra "Fry" Bread - Very loosely based on "Kaye's Okra Fry Bread," this version is lower in fat and higher in fiber.
Chi-Chi's Style Sweet Corn Bread - Based on recipe from Epicurean site (http://recipes.epicurean.com/recipe/353/chi-chi's-sweet-corn-cake.html).
Corn Bread and Broccoli Rabe Strata (off site) - Posted on The New York Times site.
James Beard's Boston Brown Bread, from Beard on Bread (off site) - Posted on Google Books. Authentic steamed brown bread to go with baked beans!
Kaye's Okra Fry Bread (off site) - Posted on Paula Deen's site.
Pastel de Elote (Corn Pie) (off site) - Posted on Cooks.com.
Scallion Pancakes with Ginger Dipping Sauce (off site) - Posted on the Food Network site.
Spinach and Artichoke Pizza Roll-Up (off site) - Posted on SparkPeople.
Stuffing with Spinach & Pecans - A recipe contribution from JJ Towler, Charlottesville, VA
Unbelievable Bread (off site) - Very yummy! Made with quinoa and millet (like its cousin, Unbelievable Buckwheat Bread, this bread is naturally gluten-free!). I like to mix the seed garnish into the batter instead of placing it on top of the loaf . - Posted on Wholehearted Eats. Link posted June 27, 2017.
Unbelievable Buckwheat Bread (off site) - A very tasty and unusual bread recipe made with whole buckwheat groats (naturally gluten-free!). Very nice toasted and buttered. :) - Posted on Wholehearted Eats. Link posted June 20, 2017.
World-Famous Low Carb Bread (off site) - Posted on Food.com.
Vegetarian Steamed Buns - This recipe is located at the “straight forward recipes” site - as the site’s name promises, this is a very easy recipe to prepare.
Cornbread Pizza Crust (with Suggestion for Potato-Artichoke-Walnut topping) - About 30 years ago, I used to frequently order pizza from a little shop run by Hampshire College graduates - I can't remember the name of the shop, but I do remember their wonderful cornbread pizza crust. Peter mentioned it recently, and thought we should try to replicate it. His version is modified from Martha Stewart's recipe (http://www.marthastewart.com/313030/cornmeal-pizza-crust), adding more cornmeal and sugar for a more "corny" taste - it is delicious!
Homemade Frozen Pizza - Healthier and cheaper than buying "health" food frozen pizza at your grocery. Take a weekend afternoon to make it up, and you’ll end up with six frozen emergency (translation: "I gotta have pizza, NOW!") meals for later! :)