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Breads

Plain, sweet, savory - breads are always a favorite. 

Breads
  • Guinness Gingerbread with Yogurt Whipped “Cream” »

    Submitted by “The Meat Lover’s Meatless Celebrations” by Kim O’Donnel by arrangement with Da Capo Lifelong, 2012

    Time Required: 1 hour

    This recipe is excerpted from Kim O'Donnel's newest cookbook, "The Meat Lover's Meatless Celebrations," in which Kim offers lip-smacking vegetarian recipes geared toward the holidays and other festive occasions. What could be more festive than a Guinness Gingerbread Cake with a celebratory-sized dollop of yogurt whipped cream? You will so quickly fall in love with this recipe that you very may well decide that every day is indeed a in need of this festive treat. Full Recipe »

  • Narada’s Banana Loaf »

    Submitted by Narada Stapel

    Time Required: 20 min + 45 min for baking

    We picked this 2004 contest winner because it had a great consistency, wasn't a typical banana bread and, even better, wasn't too sweet. It really came alive when we spread some Straus Butter on it, as Narada suggested. Narada also suggests, as we do, that you use all organic ingredients. Full Recipe »

  • Butter Biscuits »

    Submitted by Straus Family Creamery

    Time Required: 30 min

    Rich and delicious, Butter Biscuits can go as a side to any savory dish, or can simply be eaten by themselves. Full Recipe »

  • Ice Cream Scones »

    Submitted by Rich Clarke

    Time Required: 35 min.

    We were amazed at Rich's imagination and ability in finding a way to use our ice cream. We think the recipe is a bit heavy (or maybe that's because we ate so many variations of it as suggested below), but the sheer genius of invention must be applauded. Full Recipe »

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