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Some of my grandchildren were here visiting and they told me that we just had to make Cloud Bread together. They had seen it on TikTok and that it looked like the most delicious thing ever! So, being a push over and wanting to eat the most delicious think ever, we decided to make it one Sunday afternoon.
The reality is that this bread is actually not bread at all, but egg whites that are stabilized with corn starch and baked in a loaf shape. It has a little sugar and can be flavored however you would like. My granddaughter flavored hers with vanilla and my grandson decided to try Root Beer flavoring! The result was a deep meringue like "bread" that almost had the taste of a flavored cotton candy!
The recipe calls for egg whites, so the perk was that the next day I used the yolks to make Butterscotch Crème Brulee! I may post that recipe later! It was so good!
In the meantime, here is the Cloud Bread Recipe! Have fun with it!
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Some years, there just isn't time to make gingerbread cookies. No time to roll them out, decorate them, cut out a house, glue it together and so forth. This, my friends, is one of those years.
But, just because we are having a year like that, doesn't mean we can't enjoy the flavor or gingerbread, with its tangy bite and the delicious, creamy frosting that sets off the warm flavor so well! Gingerbread Loaf is perfect for that craving! It doesn't have too much molasses and the amount of spices is just perfect. The cream cheese frosting has orange zest, or you could use lemon. Citrus pairs so well with gingerbread!
I decided that this year my friends would receive a "flight" of sweet bread loaves from our family. They are quick to make and taste really good. They will be easy to present in a pretty way. The decorations are super easy to do and I can whip up the loaves in a short amount of time. This Gingerbread Loaf was my first choice. I baked my loaf in an 8 mini loaf pan. The recipe give directions for one regular loaf. So, just adjust the temperature as needed.
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A few things led me to this recipe. First-It is Fall! Our weather has cooled down and to me, that means it is baking weather! Second-My husband and I are suddenly empty nesters again and we were left with more milk than we could use, so I needed to find recipes that called for milk! Third-I had a variety of bread heels and odds and ends in my bread box that were perfect for Bread Pudding!
Bread Pudding is such an old fashioned comfort food, and I don't always think to bake it. But, when all of those elements came together, it was like a perfect storm! A deliciously perfect baking storm! And, since today is a bit rainy, (something we love in Phoenix), a dish of warm bread pudding tastes even better.
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I'm still trying to use up my bushel of pears! We will be sharing a couple more pear recipes with you because between Lindsey and I, we had two big boxes of these juicy things! But today, I'm going to share my version of these fairly healthy muffins!
I didn't have any wheat ground, or I may have made them with whole wheat flour. I love the warm taste of whole wheat and honey together. Even so, made with white flour, they are delicious and taste a little bit like Fall! Honey Pear Muffins make a perfect light breakfast or a snack anytime of the day.
As the name Honey Pear Muffins lets you know, there are no refined sugars in this recipe, only honey. Plus good things like oatmeal, juicy pears and warm spices. When your pears are getting a little ripe and you need to use them up, this is the perfect go to recipe. I hope you enjoy them!
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Creators of Hot Cocoa Bombs! (copyrighted)
Helen Reynolds: Mother of six children , grandmother to eleven! I love to cook, craft and create things and I especially love doing that with my family, So, when my lawyer daughter, Lindsey, my artist daughter, Madalynn, and I came up with the idea of Hot Cocoa Bombs, this blog was born. Then, one more daughter, with her technical and science skills, plus creativity has joined in to round us out! Read more about us here!