3 Quick Bread Recipes You Will Love To Make

I have 3 quick bread recipes you will love to make in your kitchen today. There is something awesome about smelling bread baking in your oven. I can walk outside to get the mail and I can smell it about 50 feet away from the kitchen. I have a very small home, but still, baking bread smells yummy! I must apologize to my readers for not sharing any gluten-free bread recipes. Oh, my goodness, they are not easy recipes, and the worst part is the gluten-free flours go rancid very quickly. I can only store so much flour/food in my freezer.

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5 Salad Recipes You Need To Make

I want to share 5 salad recipes you need to make for parties, family reunions, neighborhood get-togethers or for your own meals at home today. I think we are all trying to eat healthier and exercise more. I’m still working on both of those. Here’s the deal, I am going to break it out for many more salads as well. For instance, the greens, the add-ons, and the dressings. I must confess, I love salad dressing, but I also know that’s where a lot of the calories are, but that’s how I roll.

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5 Cake Recipes You Need To Make

These 5 cake recipes you need to make are so old I had to substitute the “oleo” or “margarine” with butter. Oh, yummy butter makes all the difference in these moist dense cake recipes made from scratch. These recipes have been around for over 50 years, at least. I can hardly wait to share them with you. Today, I made one of my old family cake recipes called “Texas Sheet Cake,” and I shared that recipe here: Linda’s Texas/Utah Chocolate Sheet Cake. Enjoy!

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How To Make The Best Cinnamon Squares Ever

I love making cinnamon rolls, so today I’m sharing a new recipe called Cinnamon Squares! I remember teaching a class about how to make cinnamon rolls and the class members were so surprised how much cinnamon I use. I use a lot, and I mean a lot. Let’s just say I buy at least ten containers of that yummy spice from Costco for my yearly baking. I own it. Of course, I have been known to share a jar or two with friends. If you can learn to make bread with the flour your body can tolerate you can survive any disaster for a very long time. Plus, it will save you $$$ on your grocery bill.

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