This yeast less quick bread is tasty and ready in under an hour. The bread is more like a sandwich bread than a traditional quick bread.
Basic Recipe Information
1 cup plus 2 tablespoons oats (old fashioned or quick) divided
1 1/3 cups white whole wheat flour
1 cup all-purpose flour
2 1/4 teaspoons baking powder
1/4 teaspoon baking soda
1 1/4 teaspoons salt
1 scant cup plain yogurt (not Greek yogurt)
1 large egg
1/4 cup canola or vegetable oil
1/4 cup plus 1 tablespoon honey divided
3/4 cup milk
Preheat oven to 375°F.
Generously grease a 9×5 inch loaf pan. Sprinkle 1 tablespoon oats in the pan. Tip the pan back and forth to coat the sides and bottom with oats.
In a large bowl, stir together white whole-wheat flour, all-purpose flour, baking powder, baking soda, and salt.
In a separate bowl, use a fork to beat 1 cup oats, yogurt, egg, oil, and 1/4 cup honey until well blended. Stir in milk. Gently stir the yogurt mixture into the flour mixture until thoroughly incorporated but not overmixed (excess mixing can cause toughening). Pour the batter into the pan, spreading evenly to the edges.
Bake the loaf in the center of the oven until golden brown on top and a toothpick inserted in the center comes out clean, 30 to 45 minutes (beginning checking at 30 minutes). Remove from the oven and place the pan on a wire rack. While the bread is still warm, gently brush the top of the loaf with 1 tablespoon of honey. Sprinkle with 1 tablespoon oats. Allow to cool slightly. Serve warm.
Some form of the Classic Banana Bread has been floating around the U.S. and Canada since at least 1896 and might reasonably be considered an American favorite quick-bread. Also, it is an excellent way to use up some bananas, which may have gotten incredibly ripe before the family used them.
Banana Bread Ingredients
3 large ripe bananas
1 stick unsalted butter, softened
1 cup of sugar
1 tsp vanilla extract
½ cup milk
2 cups all-purpose flour
1 tsp baking powder
1 tsp baking soda
1 ½ tsp cinnamon
Preheat oven to 325 degrees F.
Coat the loaf pans with butter and then line the loaf pans with parchment paper.
In a medium-size bowl, mashed all bananas until creamy; it is ok to leave some chunks in it for texture. Set aside.
In a different mixing bowl, mix together butter and sugar until smooth. Add in eggs, vanilla extract, mashed bananas, and milk continue mixing on low speed until combined. Set aside.
In a different mixing bowl, whisk together dry ingredients, then add to the banana mixture. Mix until JUST COMBINED. Do not overmix.
Bake for approximately 1 hour. Start checking by inserting a toothpick at the 1-hour mark.
The toothpick should be clean before you take the bread out of the oven.
Cool in the Banana bread pan for ten minutes, then carefully remove the bread from the pan and transfer the bread to a cooling rack to finish cooling.
2 – 9” x 4” loaf pan
Banana Bread Notes
If the bread top is turning a little too brown, cover the top of the bread loosely with aluminum foil at minute 50
Half one banana lengthwise for toppings, or use any other toppings you desired; walnuts, raisins, chocolate chips, etc.
Oatmeal Batter Bread is much easier to make than regular yeast bread because you don’t knead the dough. This hearty Oatmeal Batter Bread is, normally, ready in under two hours.
Oatmeal Batter Bread Ingredients
2 teaspoons salt
2 packages active dry yeast
1 cup quick-cooking oats, uncooked
about 5 cups all-purpose flour
butter or margarine
1/2 cup light molasses
2 1/4 cups water
Oatmeal Batter Bread Directions
In a large mixing bowl, combine salt, yeast, and 2 cups flour. In 2-quart saucepan with a spoon, mix water, oats, and molasses; add I tablespoon butter; over low heat, heat until very warm (1200 to 1300 F.).
With mixer at low speed, gradually beat the liquid mixture into dry ingredients until just blended. Increase speed to medium; beat 2 minutes, occasionally scraping bowl.
Beat in 1/2 cup flour to make a thick batter; continue beating 2 minutes, scraping bowl often.
Stir in enough additional flour (approximately 2 1/2 cups) to make a stiff dough that leaves the side of the bowl.
Cover bowl with a towel; let the dough rise in a warm place until doubled, about I hour.
Stir down dough; divide in two and turn into 2 greased 2-quart round, straight-sided, shallow casseroles. With greased fingers, turn the dough over to grease top, shape into a ball. Cover: let rise in a warm place until doubled, about 45 minutes.
Preheat oven to 3500 F. Bake 40 minutes or until the loaves sound hollow when tapped. Remove from casseroles immediately. If you like, rub tops with softened butter, cool on racks.
table is and better for being grace graced with some fresh bread. These dinner
rolls are tasty and allow your family and guests to help themselves.
Additionally, they make an excellent side dish for holiday meals.
Corn Bread Dinner Roll Ingredients
cups of milk
cup yellow cornmeal
tablespoon of instant yeast, dissolve in warm water
cup of canola oil
tablespoons of honey
teaspoon of salt (optional)
cups all-purpose flour
Corn Bread Dinner Roll Directions
In a saucepan over medium-high heat simmer the milk for 2 minutes.
Add the cornmeal and continue cooking and mixing until the mixture is thickened. Remove from heat and let it cool.
Once cooled add the mixture into a bowl, add the yeast, the canola oil, and the honey.
Mix well to combine everything.
Add the salt and 2 eggs. Mix again.
Little by little add the flour until a soft dough forms.
Knead the dough for 5 minutes.
Transfer the dough to a greased bowl and cover.
Reserve for about 3 hours so that the dough will double in size.
Make 12 little balls and place each roll on a baking sheet cover with parchment paper.
Place the rolls in a warm place ( a closed oven with the light on for example )let them rise again for about 1 hour.
Preheat the oven to 375 ˚F.
In a small bowl add 1 egg and mix with a fork.
Brush the top of the rolls with egg and sprinkle cornmeal.
Contrary to popular belief, Irish soda bread didn’t
originate from Ireland. In fact, it was the Native Americans who first used
soda to make their bread before European colonization. These indigenous people
leaven the food from ashes of wood rather than yeast.
Due to hunger and poverty as a result of the potato famine,
soda bread was gradually adopted and became a popular staple in many Irish
kitchens. This economical recipe required only a few ingredients, including
sour milk, salt, baking soda, and flour. It was also a great option for rural
families which had limited access to ingredients and cooking equipment.
Since most of the farmhouse and lower-class kitchens didn’t
have access to an oven at that time, soda bread was prepared on griddles with
open hearths or in iron pots. This unique method allowed for the signature hard
crust, slight sourness, and dense texture that today Irish soda bread is
typically known for.
Traditional soda bread was typically marked with a cross on
its top for superstitious reasons. Most Irish families believed that this would
help to ward off evils and protect their family. However, typical shapes and
patterns of the loaves could vary greatly by region. Today, Irish soda bread
has gained widespread popularity all over the world. Modern versions sometimes
include other ingredients like seeds, raisins, sugars, or butter to enhance its
taste and flavor.
Despite its short story and humble origin, Irish soda bread
still plays an essential role in the culinary of the country. Now it’s time to
get started and make a loaf of this bread for this season’s green-tinted
4 cups all-purpose flour
3 tablespoons sugar
1 tablespoon double-acting baking powder
1 teaspoon salt
3/4 teaspoon baking soda
6 tablespoons butter or margarine
1 1/2 cups dark seedless raisins (optional)
1 tablespoon caraway seed (Optional)
1 1/2 cups buttermilk
Preheat oven to 350 F.
Grease 2-quart round casserole dish or preheated baking stone.
In large bowl mix flour, sugar, baking powder, salt and baking soda.
With pastry blender, cut in butter until mixture resembles coarse crumbs.
Stir in raisins and caraway seed. (optional)
In small bowl with fork, beat eggs slightly.
Remove 1 tablespoon egg and reserve.
Stir buttermilk into remaining egg.
Stir into flour mixture just until flour is moistened (dough will be sticky).
Turn dough onto well-floured surface.
Shape into a ball.
Place in casserole dish.
In center of ball, cross 4-inch cross, 1/4 inch deep.
Gently, brush dough with reserve egg.
Bake about one hour and 20 minutes, until golden brown.
Cool in casserole dish on cooling rack for 10 minutes.
Gently, turn out of casserole dish and return bread to cooling rack to finish cooling.
Soda bread goes stale very quickly and should be used on the day of baking or the day after.
Use tips to make perfect Irish soda bread
Baking your own Irish soda bread at home can be exciting and
challenging at the same time. Here are a few helpful tips that you can try to
yield better loaves.
Start with choosing the best ingredients. It is suggested to use locally milled, fresh, unbleached pastry flour or flour of the soft wheat. Avoid purchasing hard flour or self-rising flour as it already contains salt and baking powder. For baking soda, you should use a fresh box to prevent dense bread. If you don’t have cultured or soured milk on hand, consider making your own with low-fat milk and lemon juice.
While many people often stir the dough with a fork, it’s better to use your hand which can be stiffened into a “claw”. You should thrust the claw in the middle and work in circles outwards. Stop when the mixture gets evenly moistened.
You shouldn’t knead the dough. Instead, make sure to be gentle with it.
Also, don’t forget to cut the cross in the middle of the bread.
Once the bread has been baked and cooled, slice the bread into wedges, then eat with butter. It is a must-have option for St. Patrick’s Day, which can be served with a Dublin coddle, beef stew or Irish stew.
Who can say NO to muffins? Definitely NOT me. Everyone in the world adores muffins regardless of what they may say. If you have never tried one before, you will become a believer once you take your first bite. Muffin recipes come in many different flavors which make them more irresistible.
Muffins are small, sweet cup-shaped bread usually served in a paper baking cup or straight out of a muffin tin and are accompanied by jam, butter, Cheshire cream, and much more.
Muffin quick breads are delicious and a perfect addition to your breakfast. They are very versatile. You can make savory cheese and ham muffins or sweets like strawberry and banana chocolate chip muffins. There is an array of muffin recipes out there today.
A Brief History of Muffins
Bakers started making muffins in the early 1700s They were little flat, quick bread or cake with little sugar and easy baking. The word was spelled “moofins,” and many language historians suggested that the word comes from either the French word “moufflet,” meaning “soft bread,” or from the German word “muffe,” which is often applied to a type of cake. Regardless of where they got their names, muffins have become very popular.
These little round bread became much sweeter in the 19th century. Some bakers still used yeast while others relied heavily on baking soda but were still round and flat. Many chefs used plain wheat or corn and baked them on a griddle instead of in the oven.
Modern muffins look like cupcakes, but the first sets were a lot like what we call English muffins. One big difference between the ancient and modern muffins is that the first muffin recipes had a limited number of flavors, while current ones come in almost every flavor one can imagine such as chocolate, strawberry, pineapple, pumpkin chips, banana, and et cetera.
Different Types of Muffins
There are two main types of muffins – the English muffins and the American muffins. Both vary in style, flavor, and history.
English-style muffins have a dry texture. They are flat yeast-raised muffins with nooks and crannies that are cooked on a griddle rather than baked in an oven. This muffin recipe dates back to the 10th century in Wales. The muffins were then cooked in hoop-like muffin rings and on the bottom of a skillet or directly on a stove.
So what are American muffins? American-style muffins differ from the English-style muffins. They are quick bread made with flour in individual molds. This is because the mixture forms batter rather than dough. American muffins are leavened with potash which produces carbon dioxide gas in the batter. These muffins can be further divided into two categories – cake-like and bread-like muffins. Both categories have peculiar techniques of mixing the batter. The surface of American muffin quick bread is bumpy because the volume of the batter usually doubles during baking. They are traditionally served for breakfast.
In the United States, three states adopted an official muffin. Blueberry muffins are the official muffins in Minnesota. Massachusetts adopted the corn muffins in 1986 as its official state muffin and in 1987 New York adopted the apple muffins as its official state muffin.
The Different Approaches to Making Muffins
Breakfast muffins are normal muffins but with extra nuts, veggies, fruits, and whole-grain flours. You can bake a batch of healthy morning muffins during the weekend and they will take you for the week or you can easily bake a fresh batch every morning.
Sweet vs. Savory
Sweet muffins don’t have to contain excess fat, sugar, or calories. These muffins are soft and light with a delicious taste of different flavors and fresh ingredients.
Winter is coming! This means there will be lots of savory dishes like stews and soups and baked goods like muffins. Savory muffins are perfect for the toppings to the batter, filled with Bacon, spring onions, and other spicy ingredients. They are ideal as a soup side and are great for a lunchbox treat. Extra virgin oil makes it more virtuous.
Muffin Mixing Method
When making muffin quick bread, there is a need to pay close attention to the order and manner in which you mix the ingredients in the recipe. If the ingredients are mixed in the appropriate way, it will produce perfect results. The dry and wet ingredients should be mixed in separate bowls. Make a well in the dry ingredients, and then pour in the wet ingredients and stir until just combined.
To make muffins that are soft, light and fluffy, you must avoid over mixing the batter. The over-mixed batter will not give the desired outcome of a perfect muffin; it makes muffins too dense and ruins the airy texture.
Always remember to use a muffin liner or grease your muffin pan thoroughly before you scoop in the batter. If you skip this step, baked muffins will lose their shapes when you finally take them out
Preheat oven before baking time. This makes the muffin batter less dense and allows for easy baking and puff up.
Mix the dry ingredients in one bowl and the wet ingredients in a separate bowl. Make a well in the dry ingredients and then stir in the wet mixture until combined.
Don’t overfill muffin cups. Filling the cups to the brim will alter the beauty of the baked muffins. Aim to fill your muffin cups ¾ full.
After removing muffins from the oven, let them cool off in the muffin tin for 5-6 minutes, and then remove and transfer them to a cooling rack for further cooling before storing or serving.
Allow muffins to cool off completely before storing them. Put muffins in sealable plastic bag or airtight container. Use a paper towel to line the base of the container and cover the muffins with another paper towel. You can also put muffins in freezer bags or wrap in foil and store in the fridge.
Creativity is the spice of life. Be creative. Do not adhere strictly to the available Try something new by adding some form of creativity to the recipe. Be bold and let your imagination run wild.
Blueberries are my favorite nutritional superstars. They are healthy and range in flavor from sweet to tart and packed with nutrients. I have loved them for as long as I can remember.
Blueberry muffins are easy and quick to make, but it’s quite difficult to make them soft and moist since blueberries become hard when baked. However, you need to take precaution while preparing blueberry muffins.
This is my special blueberry muffin recipe that I have been using for over ten years, and I have never grown tired of using it.
1 ½ cups
Preheat oven to 375 degrees F. Line muffin pan or grease with nonstick vegetable spray.
In a large mixing bowl, add the butter and sugar then beat with an electric mixer until the mixture becomes creamy.
Add one egg at a time, beating continuously after each addition.
In a separate bowl, mix flour, baking powder, and salt.
Add the dry mixture to the butter-sugar-egg mixture, and then beat until well blended.
Stir in the milk, almond and vanilla extract, mix until smooth. Add the berries and stir quickly.
Fill each muffin cup (¾ to almost full), using all of the batter.
Put the cups in the muffin pan and bake 25 to 30 minutes or until they are golden brown.
Remove the pan from the oven and place it on a rack. Let it cool for 10 minutes.
Try to lift one muffin out of the pan (you can run a knife around the edge). If the muffin lifts out without sticking or crumbling, then remove all of the cups and allow the muffins to cool completely on a wire rack. But if the muffin sticks, leave them for another 10 minutes before removing all of them.
Your muffin will still retain its great taste even if it crumbles while removing it from the pan.
This recipe makes twelve muffins.
How best to serve the dish?
This muffin is very versatile. You can serve with any kind of fruit beside blueberries like cranberries, apples, or even raspberries. You can even use pumpkin with seasonings and it will turn to pumpkin muffin. Just be imaginative.
How to store
Store your blueberry muffins in a sealed container. Line the base of the container with a paper towel and cover the muffins with another paper towel. Use aluminum foil to wrap muffins and store them in the freezer.
How long can it be stored?
Muffins can retain their freshness for about four days, but if frozen it can last for three months.
If you’re new to baking, here’s introducing to you the great recipe of ‘Angel Biscuit.’ It’s an aa good recipe for new brides and beginner cooks because it’s fail-proof. It’ll always rise. It will put to an end your constant search for the perfect recipe. Lard makes this recipe work and gives it a lightness that doesn’t come with butter but also ensures that the flavor of the buttermilk is not overpowered. The recipe’s three types of raising agents: baking powder, baking soda, and yeast give it a soft, fluffy-textured which is half-bread and half-soft roll.
Lard, chilled (or shortening)
Water warmed to body temp.
Dried yeast, fast action
All-purpose flour, plain
Baking powder, homemade
Fine sea salt
Buttermilk, room temperature
Begin by lining a baking sheet with parchment paper.
Measure The Lard:
Measure out the required quantity of lard using a digital scale.
Cut the lard into large cubes; put it into a bowl and place back in the refrigerator for it to retain its firmness until when needed.
Note To Baker: Coldness helps it to cut into dry ingredients without melting into the butter. Melting Butter is key to a soft texture.
Activate The Yeast:
Have some tap water warmed to just above body temperature (100 degrees F or 38.7 degrees C ) using an instant thermometer.
Measure out the needed quantity of water into a small bowl.
Put in the dried, fast action yeast, mix with your finger and leave to stand for 5 minutes for complete dissolution.
Mix Dry Ingredients:
Gather the flour, granulated sugar, baking powder (homemade if possible), baking soda and fine sea salt into one large bowl.
Note To Baker: The preservative, aluminum sulfate, contained in commercial baking powder imparts an unappetizing metallic taste to baked products mostly noticeable in quick bread, scones, and muffins. To avoid this occurrence, it is advisable to use homemade baking powder which can be prepared using the recipe beneath this write-up.
Whisk them together for about 30 seconds to be sure that all the ingredients are properly mixed up.
Coat The Lard:
Collect the lard from the refrigerator and toss it into the flour mixture.
Lightly coat the lard cubes with the flour using either a wooden spoon or a pastry cutter.
Note To Baker: This checks a situation where the lard sticks to the pastry cutter or your hands.
Combine The Lard And The Dry Ingredients
Quickly combine the cold lard and the dry ingredients using either a pastry cutter which is faster or your hands. Keep pushing down and twisting the cutter until you have a mixture of both large-sized pea pieces as well as breadcrumb-sized pieces.
Combine The Milk & Yeast-Water Mixture:
Pour the buttermilk into a glass measuring jug, add the yeast-water mixture that you set aside earlier into it; give it a quick stir for proper combination.
Knead In The Milk & Yeast Mixture:
Using the end of a wooden spatula, make a large well in the flour mixture; pour in the buttermilk and yeast mixture, stir until the mixture just combines– you should still have a very sticky mixture.
Now, lightly flour both the work surface and your hands; transfer the dough to the floured work surface.
Knead delicately for 6-8 times until it thoroughly combines – the dough should still have a measure of stickiness so be careful not to overwork it.
Roll & Cut:
Split the dough into two parts and set one-half aside; leave the second-half still on the work surface.
Using a rolling pin and your hands, form the dough into a disc of about ½-inch thick with a 2½-inch drinking glass or a round biscuit cutter, cut out the biscuits.
Transfer, Cover & Proof:
Move cut-out biscuits to the parchment-lined baking sheet, making sure you leave a bit of room, about 1-inch, around each biscuit so that they have room to rise.
Loosely cover the baking sheet with a cling film; let the biscuits rise for about 40-45 minutes.
With your oven preheated to 450 degrees F or 230 degrees C (Note To Baker: 210 degrees C, if you are using a fan oven), bake until the tops of the biscuits are a golden brown (should be in 10 minutes).
Test For Doneness:
You may test for doneness by checking for when the biscuits’ color turns to a golden brown.
You may also carefully touch their tops as you press down slightly – if it pops back up, then it is done.
Once the biscuits are out of the oven, brush their tops with a good salted, melted butter.
Note To Baker: This final step makes a whole lot of difference and should not be ignored.
This Recipe makes 30 half-inch biscuits.
How Best To Serve The Dish:
They are best enjoyed hot out of the oven.
Can also be served warm at room temperature.
You can freeze, and reheat to serve
Can be served with country ham and a fried egg on top.
Can be whipped up for a holiday meal.
It’s ideal for parties and brunch.
You can serve it with a smear of Brooke’s Mustard Dip and a slice of country ham for a delicious breakfast sandwich.
It can be served with soup on a Sunday roast.
Some people like it warm with mild, melted cheese and a few slices of good country ham.
It’s equally good when split in half and served with butter, honey or jam.
How To Store
Allow the baked biscuits to cool awhile on the baking sheet before transferring them to the cooling racks; do not place them too close together to avoid them sticking together.
Stack them on each other only when they have completely
Tightly wrap the biscuits in heavy-duty aluminum foils/freezer wraps or package them in freezer bags.
Label the package with the recipe name and date.
Store at zero degrees F or lower.
Put your cut-out unbaked biscuits on a baking sheet, cover with plastic wrap and freeze for up to 2 hours.
Put your prepared dough in a glass air-tight container and store in a refrigerator for up to 5 days.
Using a saran wrap, double-wrap your dough and put in a zippered bag. Label the package to indicate the recipe name and date. Stores up to one month in the freezer.
How Long To Store:
Tightly- wrapped biscuits, packaged in freezer bags stores up to one month.
Cut-out unbaked biscuit dough stores up to 2 hours in the freezer.
Prepared dough put in a glass air-tight container stores up to 5 days in the refrigerator.
Double-wrapped dough inside zippered bag stores up to one month in the freezer.
NOTE TO BAKER: Most dough and biscuits store up to 6 weeks in the freezer.
Tips For Homemade Baking Powder
2 tablespoons, cream of tartar
1 tablespoon, baking powder
1 teaspoon, cornstarch (corn flour)
Measure out the cream of tartar, baking soda, and cornstarch into a small bowl.
Using your small sifter, sift the mixture back and forth between two bowls until it combines properly.
Place the sifted mixture (baking powder) into an air-tight container
Store in a dark cupboard for about 6
3 tablespoons (or 6 teaspoons) of baking powder
Note to Baker: Double or halve the quantity in the recipe to get your needed quantity.
Stollen cake is a delicious yeast cake jam-packed with dried fruit and a churn of marzipan. Although it takes a little more time to finish its process the result at the end is well worth the energy. Stollen is a traditionally a holiday bread. And as a traditional fruitcake with a deep history alongside other varieties of yeast cake, it is no secret why we have several variations as there are individuals who make it. The variety of stollen cake prepared here comprises of a rich filling of marzipan, which enhances the decadence of the bread-like cake. Many varieties of stollen cake make it an exceptional contender for baking during the busy holiday window, packaging, and sharing with friends and family after few weeks.
Ingredients needed to make Stollen Cakes
The ingredients needed to make a sumptuous stollen cake are listed below. Although it comes with little variations from other yeast cake, you can add or subtract a thing or two from it depending on your individual preference. The needed ingredients include the following:
½ teaspoon vanilla extract and 2 drops almond extract.
10 each of fast action yeast and salt
25g/1oz butter, melted
55g/2oz of finely chopped blanched almonds
100g/3½oz caster sugar
125g/4oz mixed peel
150g/5½oz unsalted butter, softened
250ml/9fl oz full-fat milk
500g/1lb 2oz strong white flour, plus extra for flouring
pinch ground cloves and nutmeg
If you want to prepare or learn how to make a sumptuous stollen cake for the coming holidays, below are the directions to follow to make sure you get the perfect stollen cake:
First, you add the flour together with the sugar in a big bowl. Followed by the yeast added in one corner of the bowl and salt in the opposite corner. Now, the softened butter and milk weighing 200ml/7fl oz. should be added and stirred.
Gently add the outstanding milk and mix the whole combination till it becomes a soft dough. Move the soft dough to an openhandedly sprinkled worktop and pressed for 5-8 minutes, or till it becomes flat and flexible.
Put the almonds, almond extract, cloves, nutmeg, dried fruit, mixed peel and vanilla together in the bowl and mix. Place the dough on top and squeeze with a hand from the exterior into the center combining the dried fruit and spices.
With the whole ingredients fully combined, place a cling film over the top of the bowl and let it rise for an hour or two in a warm area, or until the size has doubled.
Next, is placing the mixture on a sparingly floured work surface and flattening the dough. After that, you roll it out on a rectangle surface, so the shortest part of the dough fits the lengthiest part of your baking tray. Use melted butter for brushing.
Roll the marzipan out with the longest side approximately matching the span of your dough. Place it from the top through the center. Roll the dough high up to encompass the marzipan. Then move it to a baking tray already covered with baking parchment. Cover and allow to rise for about 60 minutes, or until it has risen to about doubled the original size.
Heat up the oven to 190C or 375F.
With the dough already risen, leave it to bake for another hour. Take the baked dough out of the oven, use melted butter to brush, and sprinkle icing sugar all over.
At this point, you have your Stollen cake ready.
The recipe here would make one cake. If you desire more, you can always increase the recipe to get more of this type of yeast cake.
How Best to Serve Stollen Cake?
You can have your Stollen Cake cut up and served with butter, honey, or jam. You might also want to microwave or toast different slices before you eat them depending on your personal preference.
How to store Stollen Cake
Like other variety of Yeast cake, Stollen Cakes can be stored in a cool, dry place like a bread box or some cool place within your kitchenette. Also, each slice can be wrapped and stored too in a cool, dry place.
How long can it be stored?
This type of yeast cake would last for quite a few months if reserved or covered in a cool, dry place.
This type of yeast cake can be made as early as November for upcoming holidays like Thanksgiving and Christmas Holidays. Stollen Cakes usually turn out to be more moist and tasty with a time of life.
Over time, a scone is said to have gotten its origin from the Scottish bread popularly called bannock; some say it originated from The Stone of Destiny – where Scottish kings were crowned, while others argue it is related to the Dutch word – Shcoonbrot, which is translated as “fine white bread.” Few claim the name was gotten from a German word – Sconbrot, translated as “beautiful bread.” However, wherever it must have originated from, we don’t care. What matters is that everyone loves it.
What is a scone?
Scones are quick bread or cake/biscuit-like pastries that are baked in a moderately hot oven which makes the dough set quickly and given a golden brown top. The first scones were made with oats, but nowadays, they are made with flour and other baking ingredients. Scones can be sweet or savory, and they are great with morning tea or coffee.
What is wonderful about this flavor?
This is a sophisticated flavor with a refreshing, delicious taste
1 ½ cups
½ cup (1 stick)
For topping (1 teaspoon of milk and 1 large egg)
For topping (to taste)
Preheat oven to 400/425 f (205/220 c ).
Put flour, baking powder, baking soda, salt and sugar in a large bowl, stir quickly to blend the mixture.
Cut in the butter with two knives, your fingers, or pastry blender until the mixture is similar to breadcrumbs.
Add the raisins and nuts and mix. You can add other fruits (like prunes, dates, etc.) depending on your taste.
Whisk the egg and buttermilk in a separate bowl and gradually add it to the mixture. Stir with a wooden spoon or a fork until the mixture becomes moistened.
Slightly flour the kneading surface, and knead the dough for about 5 times.
Pat the dough lightly. It will make them rise correctly. Cut the dough into wedges or whatever shape you desire, or you can cut with a 2 inch round pastry cutter into any shape.
Lightly grease the baking sheet and place scones on it. Brush tops with egg wash and spring sugar on each of them.
Bake the scones in the preheated oven for 15 to 20 minutes or until they turn golden brown. Cool briefly and serve warm.
Scones placed closer to each other on a baking sheet will be softer and fluffier than those spaced apart.
Cooking Tips for scones
To achieve best results, use a pastry blender for mixing the ingredients. However, if you don’t have one nearby, you can use two knives or your fingers, they equally produce good results, and it’s even far better for newbies because it will prevent you from over mixing the dough.
For crustiness and softer tops, wrap them while they are still hot or keep in the fridge uncovered.
Best served with
These scones are best served warm with butter or any topping that is appealing to you.
How to store in the freezer?
Put them in a freezer while uncovered, or you can wrap them while hot and keep them.
How to thaw and reheat?
Remove from the freezer or unwrap and heat for few minutes in the oven.
Your tea is not complete without a scone. Scones got their origin from Scottish quick-bread; they are traditionally served with jam or cream. Its role has become of great importance in today’s world.
What is a scone?
Scones are delicious biscuit-like pastries that are easy and simple to make. Not only are they easy to prepare, but the ingredients are also affordable and easily sourced.
What is wonderful about this flavor?
Without beating around the bush, Jammy scones are the best scones you will ever eat because they are not as dry as other scones.
2 ½ cups
Chilled butter, cut into small piece
Shortening (for topping)
Chocolate chips (for topping)
Raspberry Jam (for filling)
Preheat oven to 220/200 degrees C and prepare your baking sheet.
Put the flour, baking powder, sugar and salt into a large mixing bowl or food processor and mix.
Using a pastry cutter, two knives or your fingertips, add butter to the mixture and stir until it becomes crumbly.
Crack an egg in a measuring glass and add cream until it reaches ¾ cup. Add the vanilla and almond extracts, whisk with a fork until the mixture is well blended.
Put a hole in the center of the flour mixture and pour in the liquid mixture. Using a fork, toss gently until the liquid is well distributed and the mixture begins to form a dough. Knead the dough about 10 times or until it comes together with no crumbs.
Roll the dough into 1inch balls and place about 2inch apart on the prepared baking sheet.
Make a small punch in each scone using a wooden spoon or your thumb. Be careful not to make a hole through to the bottom.
Cool off the scones for about 30 minutes in the refrigerator.
Once they are cooled-off and firm, fill each scone’s cavity with a spoonful of jam. Do not overfill them.
Bake for 10 to 15 minutes until they become lightly brown.
Leave the scones to cool for few minutes before removing them from the baking sheet.
For topping: places chocolate chips and shortening in a bowl and heat in a microwave stirring it at 10 seconds intervals until it becomes smooth. Use a fork and drizzle over the scones.
When you pour the egg/cream mixture into the flour mixture and as you mix, the dough may seem to dry but do not add more liquid.
Cooking Tips for scones
If you need the scones to be sweeter, increase the sugar to ¾ cup.
These scones taste great on the first day but become moister and denser from day two.
Serving scones with
These scones can be served with tea, coffee, honey, etc.
How to store in the freezer?
Allow to cool off and wrap with tin foil or put them in a container and store in the freezer.
How to thaw and reheat?
Remove from the container or tin foil and heat in the oven for about 5 to 8 minutes.
Scones originated from Scottish quick-bread and were originally prepared with oat and griddle-baked, but the latest versions are made with flour and are baked in ovens. Nonetheless, some people said the pastry got its origin from Dutch.
What is a scone?
Scones are cake-like and biscuit-like pastries that everyone should know how to make. You can easily make them from scratch or scone mix. A scone mix provides the necessary ingredients or at least some of them and allows you to make delicious and fluffy scones at any time of the day.
The most enjoyable scones are the ones you, your family, and your friends enjoy eating together. They are best served with tea, cream, jam, or honey.
You can easily make buttermilk scones from any scone mixes. These scones have been around and loved for a long time, but they are not as popular as other scones. Some cooks are confused by some recipes, and they do not have confidence in their ability to pop out a batch.
What is wonderful about this flavor?
This flavor provides you with some nice distinctions, they can be sweet or savory and quick to prepare.
Chilled and cubed Butter
1 ½ cups
Whipped cream and jam
Preheat oven to 220/200 degrees C – fan-forced.
Sift your flour. Then add the flour, baking powder, baking soda, salt and sugar into a large bowl. Add butter and mix until the mixture resembles breadcrumbs.
Make a hole in the center of the mixture and add buttermilk. Stir until it forms a sticky dough. Turn dough onto a lightly floured surface and knead until it becomes smooth.
Use a lightly floured rolling pin to roll the dough until 2cm or 3/4in thick rounds gently. With a round cutter, cut out the scones and press the left over dough together after each cut. Repeat the process to make 14 scones.
Place the scones on prepared baking tray. Brush with buttermilk or cream. Allow baking for 10 to 15 minutes until they become well risen and golden brown.
Avoid too much kneading. Always use a light hand when kneading the dough.
Cooking Tips for scones
Ensure that the kneading surface and rolling pin are lightly floured before use.
Use baking paper when baking scones.
It is best to serve hot.
Buttermilk scones are a unique treat to serve at your morning tea. These pastries are also great with afternoon tea, cream, jam or honey.
How to store in the freezer?
To save more time, you can reserve some of the prepared dough to make more scones when you need them, or you can bake as many as you want and wrap the leftovers with Clingfilm and store in the freezer or just put them in a zip lock bag where they can last for about 4-5 days.
How to thaw and reheat?
Just remove the Clingfilm and heat in an oven for some minutes whenever you want to enjoy this delicious treat.
Although scones are predominantly consumed by the British, they were originally 17invented by the Scottish. Scones have received a bad reputation in North America, probably because Americans have only tried tasteless and dry scones. I believe if they come to Britain and have a taste of a real and rich scone, they’d be convinced that these pastries are truly delicious.
What is a scone?
Scones are delicious light pieces of pastries made with a high proportion of raising agents and a small portion of butter. Scones are baked with scone pans in a moderately hot oven. These delicious pastries are best served during breakfast but are also great with tea or coffee at any time of the day. Apple scones are not too sweet but are mouth watery and are great with tea.
What is wonderful about this flavor?
This flavor has a terrific aroma and taste. Buttermilk makes these pastries fluffy and fresh apples keep them moist. Add them to your kid’s lunchbox to give them a sweet treat.
2 ¾ cups
½ cups (8 tablespoons)
One medium, peeled and diced
Milk (for topping)
To taste but not too much
Put the flour, baking powder, sugar, baking soda, and salt in a food processor or a large bowl. Rub in butter until the mixture looks like breadcrumbs. Add diced apple and pour in milk. Stir continuously to until it becomes a soft dough.
Add some flour to your kneading table and turn out the dough on it. Knead gently for about 8-10 times. Using a rolling pin, roll out the dough into a 15cm (6-inch) diameter. Place on a greased non-stick baking pan (use 1tbs butter for the greasing). Brush the top with milk and sprinkle cinnamon and sugar on top. Score each into 6 or 8 wedges with the aid of a sharp knife.
Put in a preheated oven at 200 degrees C for about 20 to 25 minutes until they become brown and risen.
Do not over mix the dough. Instead of being light and flaky, scones become tough and chewy when the dough is over-mixed. Use a light hand and gently knead the dough until the mixture comes together.
Cooking Tips for scones
Always use cold butter.
Apple scones are best to serve hot and are great with tea. It also goes well with orange marmalade, whipped cream or honey.
How to store in the freezer?
If stored properly, they can stay up to 3 months in the fridge. Use Clingfilm and tin foil to wrap scones and store in the freezer.
How to thaw and reheat?
If you want to heat apple scone, all you have to do is remove the Clingfilm or tin foil and allow it to defrost at room temperature. Heat the pastries in a moderately hot oven if you wish to serve them warm.
If you tried a lot of different recipes from your bread machine recipe book and now you want to cook something new and unique to make some moments special then you must need to read our today’s post. Today we are going to make a unique and simple, delicious bread machine recipe. First of all, we all need to know about our recipe history and also why this recipe is important? And from where its delicious taste comes. Basically autumn is a very beautiful season and everyone like this season because its very silent and romantic part of the year, but in this season we also like to eat autumn fruits such as dry fruits, nuts, etc. So why not we try to make a unique recipe by using these autumn fruits nuts and bread. You will shock to see the method of our today’s recipe because it looks very unique and delicious some people thought it’s not possible to make this recipe at home, but when you see the correct method of making this recipe you will feel very happy and must try to make at your kitchen. This recipe needs our daily routine ingredients so you don’t need to go outside for purchasing any expensive ingredient or unique ingredient. We will use simple and healthy ingredients. But you must need to give full concentration to read our post and then easily cook the recipe. Basically, Autumn Seed Bread recipe is a very famous recipe, but everyone doesn’t have proper knowledge about how to cook this recipe with the best method. So we work to find best and easy method of making this delicious recipe at your home.
1 cup warm water
1/4 cup honey
3 cups whole wheat flour
1 teaspoon salt
1/3 cup shelled, toasted, chopped pumpkin seeds
1 (.25 ounce) package yeast
1/4 cup wheat bran
4 teaspoons vegetable oil
1/3 cup sunflower seeds
Apart from seeds, collect all ingredients in a bread pan in order to follow manufacturer. Now select the ingredient (whole wheat) and press start. If your machine has more options and you have a very advanced machine which provides many features, then it’s good. You have to put fruits or nuts with adding sunflower and pumpkins seeds at the beep and wait until ingredients fully bake. Now if you want to give good look to your recipe, then you can also brush some beaten eggs on the top and sprinkle some seeds for making more delicious taste. When you see your recipe looks perfect and delicious then serve to your family and enjoy your autumn.
Serve in small pieces or also in medium prices, which you and your family like. You can also enjoy the Panera autumn squash soup with your recipe for making a good meal. Decorate each plate with beautiful things for attraction.
How to store:
The most important part of this post is that how to store our recipe meal for later use. So as we all know that this is a sweet recipe and most desserts are stored in refrigerators. So we have to place our meal in the refrigerator for storing.
The earliest scones got their start from Scotland as quick-bread and were originally griddle cakes made with oats or barley. However, a proper British scone can be likened to be small round sweet cakes and made with flour and other baking ingredients.
What is a scone?
Scones are single-serving cake-like pastries or quick bread. Traditionally, they are made of oat, barley, or wheat, with baking powder, and are baked on scone pans or sheet pans of various types. Scones have different shapes and flavors; they can be savory and sweet and are best served with tea, cream, butter, or honey for breakfast or any time of the day.
Cheese scones are great, and sometimes they can be disappointing to make, but it is easy if you follow the appropriate steps. Cheese scones have a fantastic taste, and are very delicious when taken with butter or cheese cream.
What is wonderful about this flavor?
Cheese scones taste fantastic, they are fool-proof, and the best part is that they are quick to make.
8 ounces (8 oz)
Chilled and cubed butter
Half stick or 2 ounces (2 oz)
Grated cheddar (matured)
2 ounce (2 oz)
Egg and Milk
One large egg mixed with semi-skimmed milk to about 150ml of a measuring glass or jug.
Preheat the oven to 220c/425f.
Add sifted flour, mustard powder, baking powder, cayenne pepper and salt into a large bowl.
Stir the ingredients until it resembles breadcrumbs.
Add the cheddar and stir.
Put the egg and milk in a measuring jug and measure up to 150ml. Take 1tblspn of this mixture and set aside and add the rest into the flour mixture.
Using a cold round knife, stir the mixture to a soft dough.
Pour the dough on a lightly floured surface and knead to 4cm round and 2cm thick, place each on a prepared baking tray and ensure there is enough space between each scone to give room for rising and evenly baking.
Re-roll the remaining dough after each Scone has been cut out until all the dough is used up.
Once you have used up all the dough, using the egg/milk mixture you set aside, brush the tops of each scone. You can also sprinkle grated cheddar on the top if you wish.
Bake the scones in the preheated oven for 10 to 12 minutes or until they are well risen and golden brown on the top.
Remove scones from the oven and allow them to cool.
You may discover that mixture gets too warm, when this happens, do not fret. Cool it by putting the dough in the fridge for some minutes. If you want the scones to rise, allow the mixture to be colder.
When using this recipe for the first time, it is important you keep a close eye on the scones to prevent them from opening the oven door until they are baked.
Cooking Tips for scones
The dough should be soft and not sticky.
Use a sharp cheddar if you want a particular cheese flavor.
Use mature cheddar
Allow the cheese to dry for an hour or two before preparation.
These delicious cheese scones are greatly enjoyed when eaten on the same day they are made. For a summery treat, put a small tear in each cheese scone and add cream cheese, butter, or watercress.
How to store in the freezer?
Allow the baked scones to cool down completely. Put the cooled-off scones in an air-tight container, or you can wrap them with Clingfilm and tuck them in the freezer.
How to thaw and reheat?
Remove the scones from the Clingfilm and heat in the oven for about 5 to 8 minutes.
Scones are an essential component of a classic English afternoon tea. They are made with wheat or oatmeal and are baked on sheet pans. They are usually slightly sweet and are sometimes glazed with an egg wash. In the United States, scones are often part of a traditional cream tea. This article will give you an overview of this British food. Also, be sure to check out our other scones articles! Hopefully, this article will answer your question!
Scones have been around for centuries and originated in Scotland. They were made from a loaf of bread cut into triangles in ancient times. Today, scones are made with a rectangular pan, and they can be either sweet or savory. They are commonly served with tea or coffee. In the TV show, The Scone Detectives, a spirited argument ensues about which type of scone is right for you.
A scone is a baked good similar to a pancake but is made of wheat and oatmeal. Scones are often lightly sweetened and glazed with egg wash. They are a classic part of a cream tea but are different from teacakes, savory cakes containing yeast. They were chosen by the United Kingdom and the Republic of Ireland as their representatives to Cafe Europe. According to the Oxford English Dictionary, the first recorded scone recipe is from 1513.
While scone recipes vary, the basic ingredients of a scone are similar. The most common scone recipe involves butter, flour, milk, and eggs. The butter does not need to be melted when used but is blended with the flour with pastry knives to form small lumps. Next, the buttermilk and eggs are added all at once, and the dough is ready to be rolled out on a lightly floured surface.
Scones are generally made with eggs and sweet cream. The recipe for a scone is very simple and requires no baking powder. It is made with oat flour, wheat flour, and barley flour and is baked in pans. Historically, a scone was a king’s capital. It has many variations, and the name of the original Scottish town, Dundee, is the most common.
Scones are biscuit-shaped baked goods with a buttermilk and cream filling. While scone recipes are generally round in shape, they can also be square or triangle in shape. The dough is typically brushed with egg and milk and then sprinkled with sugar. Once baked, scones are then sliced and served with jam or heavy cream. If you’d like to learn more about the origins of scones, read our scones history.
A scone is a sweet, moist, and light scone that contains eggs, milk, and butter. The dough must be crumbly and light in texture. Some scones are softer than others, but they’re still very delicious. They are often served with cream and jam for a special occasion, and they can be accompanied by a variety of toppings. If you’re unsure of what’s in a scone, you can check out our scones recipe page.
Scone is derived from the classical Scottish word schoon, which means “clean.” The word schoon also comes from the Dutch and German words schone and schokoh. The origin of the scone is uncertain, but the name is rooted in the town of the same name. In any case, it has become a staple of the English teatime. A scone is a great way to start a day.
Scones can be made with several different ingredients. In the United States, a scone is similar to a rock cake in UK. It is triangular in shape and is often filled with fruit and flavorings. It is best served with a cup of tea or coffee. The scones in the United States are often eaten without the accompaniment of jam. Despite this, they can be dry.
Scones are often made with butter or other ingredients. However, a scone can be made with either type. It is best to use a buttermilk-based scone mix, a popular option in the United States. This type of scone is lighter than a biscuit, so butter is used to make it. If you’re making a scone, you can add raisins, currants, or any other type of topping you prefer.
Which Countries Commonly Eat Scones?
If you love scones, you may be wondering which countries commonly eat them. Scones are a popular treat that has a long history in the UK. In the UK, they are commonly consumed during teatime, and you can see a whole museum dedicated to the history of scone making. In France, they are often served with a cup of tea, but the French don’t have their scones that way.
Scones can be eaten in the UK, America, or France. In the UK, they are generally made with fewer ingredients. They come in every flavor imaginable in the US, and they are more likely to be fruit-stuffed or flavored. Scones are often plain or topped with strawberry jam and thick cream in the UK. If you want to know which countries commonly eat scones, read on.
Scones have long been eaten in the British Isles. One of the most common debates centers on whether or not they should be topped with jam or cream. The Devonians prefer the jam, while the Cornish like the cream on top. The difference in taste is significant, and you may have never thought about this before. Regardless of where you live, though, scones are delicious. They are a perfect snack and a great hors d’oeuvre at a cocktail party or a birthday.
Scones are an extremely popular treat in the UK. Many people enjoy afternoon tea, where they eat finger sandwiches and small bite-size desserts. In addition to tea, the scones are typically served with a tea pot. The scones are a great treat for the afternoon and are popular hors d’oeuvres in the UK. If you’re in the UK, you might want to try some Chartwell scone recipes to give your guests a taste of the British way.
Scones are a popular snack in many countries, but the debate in which country to serve them is especially contentious. Scones are often eaten with jam in the British Isles, and their nutrition is debated. For example, Devonians prefer the jam on the bottom, while the Cornish prefer it on top. In other parts of the world, scones are a staple of traditional food cultures.
While scones are traditionally eaten with tea, Scots eat them whenever they want. They’re a popular snack during teatime, but they’re eaten any day. A typical Scots lunch is a meal, and a delicious scone can be enjoyed at any time of day. Moreover, scones are often served in various events and meetings. Hence, they’re a popular snack.
The word “scones” has multiple meanings. In England, scones are often eaten with tea at teatime. In Scotland, they’re eaten any time of the day. They’re commonly served at lunch or with soup or salad. In addition to tea, scones are also eaten during the day, including during the cocktail hour. They’re often enjoyed as snacks or with a cup of tea.
Scones are popular in the UK, but scones are eaten by people worldwide. They’re eaten as a snack at tea time, but Scots eat them anytime, including breakfast. During the day, scones are typically served with milk or soup. In the evening, they’re a snack or a meal. The English eat scones with a little bit of sugar, but they can be eaten with any other type of cream.
Scones are eaten throughout the world. They are most common in the UK and in the USA. They are popular in Northern Ireland, where they’re eaten as a snack. In New Zealand, scones are served as part of the traditional colonial cuisine of the country. They are eaten throughout the world and are popular in many countries. The nutritional content of scones is based on their flour content, so they are very nutritious.
Scones are also popular in the United States. The United Kingdom and the Republic of Ireland have the two most popular types. They are both a traditional breakfast in both countries. In the United States, scones are similar to biscuits and are similar in composition. They may contain raisins, dates, or other fruits, but most of them are sweet. They are usually eaten with a cup of coffee or tea.
How to Eat Scones
Scones are the perfect treat when the weather is warm or chilly. These delicious treats are made with simple ingredients that make the experience special. Butter and tea are the most important ingredients. They give the scone a unique flavor and make it easier to pair with the tea. To enjoy the full flavor of the scone, you can serve it with strawberry jam or Chantilly cream. To avoid a dry crust, you can cover it with a tea towel before eating.
The scone is best eaten warm. It is customary to spread it with jam or cream and then bite it. However, many people prefer eating their scones with a cup of tea. To eat them properly, you should first cut them in half and then eat them. After that, you can spread them with clotted cream or strawberry jam. You can also serve them with a cup of tea and a jam mug.
You can eat scones the traditional way by cutting them horizontally and spreading them with jam or cream. It is not proper to eat them like a sandwich, so you should use the spoons provided to scoop them out. Using a knife is not acceptable. You can cut the scone into smaller pieces, but this is not considered proper etiquette. But if you are serving them to your guests, you should follow these rules.
Scones are typically served with clotted cream and strawberry jam. You can also eat them warm with tea. They can be easily carried around with you. You can easily microwave them whenever you want. Just make sure to have a cup of tea ready. Then, you are ready to enjoy a delicious scone! And don’t forget to share a few with your friends and family.
Scones are best served warm. Sprinkle them with powdered sugar before serving them. You can also add cinnamon to the dough before cooking. You can drizzle it with honey or maple syrup to top your scone. It is best to serve it while it’s still warm. In general, scones are a great way to start the day. The key is to enjoy a delicious scone.
To eat scones properly, you need to follow certain rules. First, you need to cut them in half. Second, you need to put some jam and clotted cream on each half. Then, you need to scoop the clotted cream into the two halves. After that, you can serve the scone with jam. You may need to adjust the size of your slices a bit for this.
You can also add rhubarb or raspberry to the scone. These are seasonal fruits that are available only for a few weeks. You should add them as soon as you get them home. You can even freeze them for later use. If you do not have fresh rhubarb in the season, add some rhubarb to the scone. It is not only delicious, but it also helps your diet.
If you have scones for a special occasion, you need to learn how to eat them politely. The scone should be served warm, and a knife and fork should be used to eat it. The bottom half of the scone should be filled with jam and the other half with cream. Then, it is time to drizzle it with icing and serve it with jam and cream.
Scones are often eaten with a pot of tea. The tradition of afternoon tea is popular throughout the UK. Afternoon tea is a meal that consists of finger sandwiches and other bite-sized desserts. Alternatively, you can opt for a cream tea, which consists of scones and a tea pot. When preparing scones, make sure to follow the recipe exactly because it will make the experience even more enjoyable.
Scones can be eaten plain or with fruit or savory ingredients as far as the toppings go. Try making scones with orange juice or jam for a truly unique taste. Aside from fruit, scones can also be filled with jam, eggs, or bacon. There are countless ways to eat scones! So, let’s start with the most basic: you’ll want to savor the flavors of the savory scone.