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Shoo-Fly Coffee Cake Dear Elizabeth,
My sister first made this coffee cake for me in 1976 when I visited her new home in Pennsylvania. Is there anyway you could convert the recipe?
Until you sent your sister's recipe, I had never heard of "Shoo Fly" coffee cake. The molasses flavor makes for such a nice coffee cake, I'm surprised more recipes don't include it. Here is the recipe, enjoy it!
Elizabeth . . .
Zucchini Muffins It's that time of year again! Gardens are bursting with zucchini. This recipe is ideal for zucchini that are too big. You know the ones! Neighbors famously drop off monstrously large zucchinis. Really big zucchini are usually tough and lackluster when cooked. Not in this recipe! Shred that zucchini and use it to make these muffins. I promise the muffins will be wonderfully moist and flavorful! . . . keep reading
Coconut Cherry Carrot Bread Doesn't this bread sound lovely? I'm always looking for unique quick breads and reader Lynn Ferrannini's bread certainly qualifies as a unique quick bread. Just the name, coconut cherry carrot, is a mouthful! This dense quickbread was a delight to develop. The flavors come together to create a wonderful damp spicy bread. The next time you travel, wrap one of these loaves with parchment paper and tie with a thick gossamer bow. It's a perfect hostess gift.
Thanks, Lynn, for the request . . . keep reading
Garlic Muffins I know some readers don't like baking yeast breads. That's fine! We all have different comfort zones in the kitchen. These garlic muffins were created for these folks. They replace dinner rolls quite nicely. While developing the recipe, however, a funny thing happened. Everyone, including those of us who bake bread weekly, loved these muffins. The garlic flavor is outstanding and they're quick to prepare. Enjoy these muffins, they're delicious. . . . keep reading
Coffeecake Muffins Summer breakfast, for me, is easier than winter breakfasts. Why? The abundance of beautiful fresh fruits makes it easy to "grab and go." But, I sometimes need a little more than just fruit for breakfast. These muffins fit the bill. Like most muffins, these freeze very well. When I have a free moment, I like to bake a batch and freeze them. A quick turn in the microwave is all it takes to defrost these beauties. Slightly sweet with a cinnamon-sugar center, this recipe is ideal for lazy summer breakfasts. . . . keep reading
Cheddar Dill Bread I like to think of this recipe as a biscuit/bread/quickbread hybrid. It looks like a loaf of bread, is mixed like a biscuit and can be put together easily like a quickbread. While this bread is hard to categorize, it's easy to eat! Fragrant with dill and studded with cheddar cheese, this bread is excellent. Enjoy it! . . . keep reading
Irish Soda Bread My mom loves Irish Soda bread. She usually gets her hands on one the day they hit the bakery shelves. And, every year, she always has the same complaint. "There aren't enough caraway seeds in this bread!" See, my mom loves caraway seeds and I, well, I don't! So, I had never tried Irish soda bread. Last year, a friend made a homemade loaf and left out the caraway seeds. I loved it! Here is a gluten-free version of the bread. It contains caraways seeds, of course. But, don't feel like you need to include them in your recipe. If you don't like caraway, leave them out. The bread is wonderful either way. . . . keep reading
Crumb Cake Oh, this recipe was a nightmare to develop! The crumb topping keep causing the delicate cake to collapse. Instead of a crumb cake, I kept ending up with a "crumb pancake". Lots of crumb, hardly any cake. Yuck!
One day, nearly at the end of my crumb cake rope, I decided to par-bake the cake, take it out of the oven, top it with the crumbs and return it to the oven. That's a lot of baking rigmarole for me, but it works! And the recipe is worth it. . . .
Orange Chocolate Chip Bundt Cake In an issue celebrating chocolate, I had to include my favorite chocolate and fruit combination! I love orange and chocolate! This bundt cake is one of those "crossover" goodies. It's perfect for breakfast, great for a snack, and ideal for a light dessert. Give it a try and tell me how you served it! E-mail me at Elizabeth@glutenfreebaking.com. I can't wait to hear how and when you served this delightful cake. . . . keep reading
Peanut Butter Muffins If you love peanut butter, this recipe is for you! Inspired by peanut butter on toast, these muffins are not too sweet. I think they are perfect for a quick breakfast. Of course, a thin layer of jam makes for a fun twist on the classic PB & J. . . . keep reading
Dried Cherry Muffins I love muffins. I love dried cherries. Why didn't I think of this combo before? Who knows! But I finally did. The tartness of the buttermilk and dried cherries makes for a nice, not-too-sweet muffin. I think you'll like this recipe. . . . keep reading
Chocolate Waffles It's up to you to decide whether to serve these waffles for breakfast or for dessert. Either way, they're wonderful! For breakfast, serve with berries, syrup and whipped cream. For dessert, serve with ice cream, chopped nuts, and a drizzle of caramel or chocolate sauce. Heaven! . . . keep reading
Carrot Loaf A few years ago, I got so bored with banana bread and cranberry bread that I started giving out carrot loaves as gifts. People went nuts for them! Now I am gluten-free and refuse to bake anything with wheat. I'd like to give out gluten-free carrot loaves as gifts. Your recipes always taste great. I'd be thrilled if you could make this recipe gluten-free for me.
What great idea! You're right. Baking the same breads year after year can get boring-- for the baker and the recipient. Rich with spices, this carrot loaf does make a great gift. I am sure the folks on your list will be very happy to receive their beloved bread again.
Elizabeth . . . keep reading
Gluten-Free Buttermilk Drop Biscuit Recipe A bowl of warm buttermilk biscuits is heaven to me. As soon as the weather turns cool, I make them for dinner, usually as a side to roast chicken. For breakfast the next morning, I toast one (or two) and spread it thickly with jam. Yum! . . . keep reading
Gluten-Free Cranberry Bread Recipe Quick breads! During the holiday rush, it's nice to be able to bake something quickly. As always, I mix up my dry ingredients and store them in a zip-lock bag. Then, when I need to make a quick dessert, I simply add my wet ingredients. This holiday season, I'll have several cranberry bread mixes in my cupboard. A loaf of this bread, wrapped in parchment and tied with a thick ribbon makes a quick and easy gift for friends. . . . keep reading
Gluten-Free Boston Brown Bread Recipe Brown bread is a traditional New England bread. It's not a yeast-raised bread. Rather, it's a wonderfully dense quick bread. Classic recipes call for steaming the bread in a can or pudding mold for several hours. I decided to update this technique. While my gluten-free recipe uses ingredients found in the original steamed-version, it is baked in a loaf pan. The taste is fantastic and you can make it in half the time. . . . keep reading
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