Bread Sauce Loaf

Bread sauce loaf I love bread sauce and I love bread so this combination is a winner for me. It tastes exactly like bread sauce – oniony and cloves.  I share my bread sauce recipe first. Then if you happen to have some left over then I urge you to make this bread.  Bread Sauce […]

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Christmas Tree Bread

You can adapt this recipe really easily. You can use chocolate spread and chunks of chocolate or Biscoff spread or cinnamon butter. Once you know how to shape this bread you can make a simple white dough instead and use pesto, olive tapenade or harissa. You could also use puff pastry.  Ingredients 300g strong white

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Cinnamon Star

This is a really lovely bread to make for the Christmas table to share with family and friends. It takes a little time to make so is a perfect project when you have a day that you want to spend pottering in the kitchen. This bread is just one recipe that I share in my

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Fruit Cobbler

You can use any fruit for your cobbler. Soft fruit such as berries may not need pre-cooking as they will cook along with the cobbler. Fruit such as apples and pears may need pre-cooking so that they are lovely and soft by the time the cobbler is baked. If you aren’t sure then pre cook

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Pitta Breads

This recipe uses my simple white bread recipe. Ingredients 500g white bread flour330-340g (or ml) water (You may need more or less depending on flour) 5-7g easy bake yeast or 10g fresh yeast 10g salt (or if you prefer you can go as low as 5g of salt) Method Place the flour, yeast, salt and

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Muesli Bread

This is a lovely bread well worth making. You can add any muesli that you might have in the cupboard or just add a mixture of oats, nuts and dried fruit. You can add 50-100g of muesli to a simple white bread or follow my recipe below to add more taste and fibre to your

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Bread Pudding

This old fashioned bread pudding transforms a staling crust into a delicious treat. Ingredients 225g bread (any bread that you have left over)300g milk 50g butter, melted1 egg75g soft brown sugar175g dried fruitRind and juice of 1 orange2 teaspoon mixed spiceDemerara sugar to sprinkle over the top (about 2 tablespoons) Method Line a 2lb loaf

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