Ever wanted to make something delicious? Look no further. This amazing recipe comes to you from New Zealand with kindness and a whole lot of taste. We hope you enjoy!
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What could be more fun than yeast coupons on Homemade Bread Day? Well?
Wikipedia teaches us that the history of bread goes back at least 30,000 years, and was developed by the accidental cooking of roasted, ground cereal grains mixed with water. (I am a bit envious, as probably none of my cooking accidents will have such anthropological significance.)
Yeast, my favorite part of bread, came into the picture a bit later. Wikipedia goes on (and on) to tell us that scanning electron microscopy has located yeast cells in ancient Egyptian loaves. (Can you just imagine Cleopatra gobbling down a tuna fish sandwich?)
Yeast is the best thing since…uh, well…you know where I’m going.
But this isn’t Bread History Month or even Bread Awareness Week, it’s Homemade Bread Day! So, get out the baking pans, coat the kitchen in flour, and have as much fun as humanly possible.
Start by clipping Fleischmann’s Yeast coupons at http://www.CommonKindness.com before heading to the store for supplies. Your CommonKindness coupon purchases not only save you money, they enable you to generate funding for your favorite charity at the same time. And everyday is a good day to give to those who need it.
Contributed by Sara Tetreault
“This is my favorite, go-to cake recipe. Why do I love it? Simple, easy ingredients that I always have on hand. After dinner as a dessert, or at a coffee-klatch in the morning with friends, it’s always a hit. My kids call it “breakfast dessert” and they love it, too. The best part is that you sprinkle cinnamon and sugar on the cake just before baking it. It makes the top a little crunchy and very tasty.” ~ Sarah
Prep time: 10 minutes. Cook time: 45 minutes. Serves 8.
These also make wonderful muffins. Follow same directions but place in muffin pan and bake about 20 minutes.
Sara Tetreault is a wife, mom, home cook, chicken keeper, city dweller, and home swapper. She says she will trade just about anything – except husbands! Stunning and warm, you must check out her blog: http://gogingham.com. Thanks, Sara!
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Your family and friends will gobble down this instant-new-favorite pie this Thanksgiving! Scrumptious apples under the pumpkin filling put a sweet and savory spin on this traditional holiday dessert. Prep Time: 10 minutes. Cook Time: 50 to 55 minutes. Chill Time: 2 hours. Yield: 8 servings
Note: You may substitute ¾ tsp. pumpkin pie spice for the ground cinnamon, ginger and cloves.
The following recipe makes enough dough for two 9-inch Apple Pumpkin Pies.
This recipe makes 2 disks for a single pie with a top and bottom crust or two pies without a top crust.