Cranberry-Orange Hazelnut Bread
The very embodiment of Holiday quick-bread can be found in this addictive loaf. The texture is light with a thin even crust, and an abundance of toasted nuts to mingle with the tart cranberries.
Oatmeal Walnut Soda Bread
Most Irish Soda Bread recipes are rather doughy heavy breads with a thick crust that is dry and doesn’t keep well. The flavor is usually lacking complexity. When our chef was developing this recipe, she wanted to have a softer crumb with full flavor that would last a few days.
Basic White & Wheat Sandwich Bread
Bread is a necessity! The bakeries and stores have been seeing a run on bread as families are on mandatory lock-down and home-quarantine. We’ve seen it all over the country, so we thought this would be a timely post for making bread at home.
Sourdough Pumpernickel Bread
This bread is traditional in the Westphalia region of Germany. Made from coarsely ground Rye flour and a small portion of wheat flour, traditional Pumpernickel is a heavy, course-textured dense bread that is very dark brown, almost black at times.
Country Sweet Honey Multi-Grain Cornbread
Country sweet cornbread is made easy using just a few simple wholesome ingredients. Adding whole grain to cornbread infuses it deep rich flavor as well as nutrition.
Multi-Grain Cornbread & Bacon Stuffing with Red Bell Pepper and Pecan
We recently posted our perfect multigrain cornbread recipe and we had to follow-up with this outstanding home-baker’s recipe for divine holiday stuffing!
Maple Peach Rolls
Maple Peach Rolls are fluffy and tender with just the right amount of cinnamon and vanilla in the dough and topped with a slightly tart peach filling that drips down the sides of the roll. Add to that the warm drizzle of maple syrup, and you had entered Peach bliss!
Gooey Cinnamon Pull-apart Bread
This caramel cinnamon sauce oozing over warm chunks of tender bread is almost too good to be true. Yet, here it is!
Home Baker’s Sweet Challah Bread
Light and sweet, Challah has a tender, velvety texture. The braiding of the bread is extremely traditional. It symbolizes separating or “letting go” and connecting one with the family and God. We’ll show you the step-by-step process of how to braid the loaf. It doesn’t matter if your loaf looks perfect. What matters is that you share it with your most treasured people.
Young Baker’s Apprentice Lab: Biscuits
Are you new to baking? Are you teaching a school baking lab of beginners? This is our newest addition to the Flour School Section here on the Panhandle Milling website. This Young Baker’s Apprentice series is going to be full of basic lessons for beginning bakers.