It’s time for another banana bread. You can never ever have enough banana bread recipes, right? Bananas turn brown so quickly in the kitchen and that’s the moment almost nobody wants to eat them anymore… and the moment they are perfect for some banana bread ;) This delicious Blueberry Walnut Banana Bread will be a great addition to any recipe collection! Don’t you think?
Pita bread is known almost everywhere in the world – it is basically the first type of bread that was made with crushed grains. Flour and some water are mixed and then slapped onto a hot stone. Shortly after that you get something like a pancake/flatbread you can eat. Over the years this type of bread evolved, of course. In Turkey, for example, they serve flatbread with delicious fillings. As an example, I got some flatbread aka. Pide with Spinach, Tomatoes & Feta. Quite easy to prepare and really delicious! Perfect if you got guests coming over ;)
I guess it happens to you as well – when you have a big breakfast or brunch and serve brioche or a sweet braided loaf… you often got leftovers. Especially, if you serve a lot of other things as well. Everybody loves this type of bread, but you want to try everything and not fill up with bread ;P Well… brioche and similar bakes, unfortunately, are not getting better with time so they dry out pretty quick. Luckily, you can do something with these leftovers: a Simple & Easy Bread Pudding! Done in no time and the perfect dish to serve when you have breakfast the next day or so ;P
What is the one thing that should not be missing on your Easter table? Right, Easter eggs and Easter bunnies, of course! Many people have them made out of chocolate – the range of products you can get in supermarkets is almost endless here ;) I am perhaps a bit old-fashioned, but I actually like to bake my Easter bunnies and Easter eggs. Simple and Fluffy Easter Bunnies (with Quark-Oil-Dough) like these here are ready in no time and extremely delicious. No need to get the chocolate ones from the store ;P
Yeast bakes are always welcome in our family when it comes to breakfast. For as long as I can remember, we’ve had delicious sweet braided loaves for breakfast (not only) at Easter. My mom rarely made them herself though – she preferred getting them from the bakery close by. My brother, on the other hand, liked to get into the kitchen and baking them from time to time. At some point, as a teenager, I also started to work with yeast… and I still like to do it today ;) I think there is nothing better than a freshly baked Spelt Sweet Braided Loaf with a little butter on top. Simply terrific!
Easter is the time for yeast bakes. Easter would be impossible without a Sweet Braided Loaf or a Classic German Easter Bread like this one here. At least in our family. Those bakes are necessary for Easter like Christmas cookies are for Christmas ;) Our Easter breakfast/brunch would not be perfect without it. To make things easier you can prepare the dough in advance and bake the braided loaf or bread the next morning. Preparing the dough does not take long – it needs quite some time to rise… that’s all. Same for all yeast bakes ;P
Hi, my name is Marc. I'm a graphic designer.
I love my job, but in between I love to bake and try new things in the kitchen. A lot of my friends and colleagues encourage me to bake - for a very simple reason: they get the leftovers - and it seems they like it most of the time ;)