I realize pop-unders is not even a word, but I decided to call these pop-unders because I was trying to make a dairy-free, gluten-free version of
This banana bread is super moist, and stayed moist before it was all consumed. I love that it’s made with gluten-free flours instead of white flour
For me it’s the little things that stand out and make a recipe pop, like these homemade croutons. Every time I toss these bad boys into a salad or soup, I always get compliments on how amazing the croutons are. Yes, something so simple as homemade croutons can make a recipe go from great to outstanding! They truly beat out any store-bought variety, and are a great way to use up any leftover bread you have lying around.
Popovers are crispy on the outside and soft and moist on the inside. They are in my eyes the perfect carb, and I never tire of eating them. Since I make popovers once a week, I like playing around and trying new versions. My kids new favorite version are my rosemary and sea salt popovers. Those are AMAZING and if you like rosemary and sea salt, then you will love them.
We’re a total popover loving family. We love the traditional popovers, sugar-crusted popovers and now these rosemary and sea salt popovers. Popovers are my carb of choice because they’re SO easy to make up and require a few simple pantry ingredients. They may look all fancy and formal with their big puffy tops and seem difficult to make, but let me tell you, they’re one of the easiest recipes to make. They even have an exact cooking time which makes them even easier to make up.
I’m sure you’ve all seen the cover for the July/August edition of Martha Stewart Living in either a book store or your grocery store. If you’ve seen it, then you know why I just had to run out and make up this bread. I opened up my mailbox last week and saw the cover showcasing this beautiful assortment of heirloom tomatoes on top of this toasted bread. I immediately went to the grocery store, bought me some heirlooms and made this up for lunch. I have to say that I was in food heaven. This bread is crunchy on the outside but soft on the inside from the juicy heirlooms and olive oil. The crunchy sea salt and fresh basil just give it another punch of flavor and texture. John and I split half a loaf up for lunch one day and paired it with my lacinato kale salad and drumsticks another night for dinner. I also brought this to a friend’s house and served it up as an appetizer. Let’s just say it was a hit with everyone. It’s truly the perfect summer bruschetta!
This garlic bread is easy, crispy and tastes so darn good. Garlic bread is the perfect accompaniment to any pasta, especially a saucy one. If you want to stretch a pasta meal into two nights, garlic bread helps you do that.
Jump to recipe Sugar-crusted popovers what can I say! These popovers are THE BOMB, and one of my kids favorite breakfast treats (I’ll admit, they’re one
This is my favorite bread to make and give during the Holidays. Cranberries and oranges always remind me of the Holidays, and when I bake up this bread my house smells like Christmas.
This chocolate chip pumpkin bundt bread is one of my kid’s favorite after school snacks! This bundt bread gets requested every fall once school starts, and it’s become a back to school tradition in my house.