Rye-Wheat Macadamia and Sultana Bread Recipe

With the summer season upon us, treat the whole family to freshly made home-baked loaves for picnics and barbeques. Rye-Wheat Macadamia and Sultana Bread Ingredients for one small loaf or approximately 8-9 small rolls. 75g white sponge 100g strong white flour 100g light rye flour 140ml warm water 7g yeast 4g salt (5g if using … Read more Rye-Wheat Macadamia and Sultana Bread Recipe

Fruited Cornbread With Macadamias Recipe

With the summer season upon us, treat the whole family to freshly made home-baked loaves for picnics and barbeques. Fruited Cornbread with Macadamias Ingredients for one loaf or 8-9 small rolls 220g flour (strong wheat) 5g yeast 5g salt 20g raw cane sugar 90g polenta (see description below of how to prepare) 55g macadamia nuts … Read more Fruited Cornbread With Macadamias Recipe

Spelt, Honey & Macadamia Bread Recipe

With the summer season upon us, treat the whole family to freshly made home-baked loaves for picnics and barbeques. Spelt, Honey and Macadamia Bread Ingredients for one loaf (500g) 250g spelt wholemeal flour 160ml cool water 7g fresh yeast (buy from local bakers, supermarkets with fresh bakery section or health food stores) 5g salt 7.5g … Read more Spelt, Honey & Macadamia Bread Recipe

Blueberry Baked French Toast Recipe From Helene At Once Upon A Pine

My friend Helene from Countryside Connection and Once Upon A Pine has sent me a wonderful recipe for blueberry baked french toast as she knows that I have a glut of eggs and the recipe takes 8 eggs, just need 10 mouths to feed! Hi Sara Thought of a perfect egg recipe for you. This … Read more Blueberry Baked French Toast Recipe From Helene At Once Upon A Pine

Lesson Ideas For National Bread Week

Warburtons’ National Bread Week in the UK runs from the 7th-13th May this year. The event is in it’s 7th year and the aim of this year’s event is to celebrate the ‘roll’ that bread plays in our daily diet. The week will help to promote the nutritional benefits of bread and raise awareness of breads part in a healthy … Read more Lesson Ideas For National Bread Week

Bread Making – By Hand Or By Machine?

Traditionally bread has been made by hand, with lots of mixing, kneading and time spent waiting for it to rise in order to achieve the satisfaction of eating freshly baked bread. However the popularity of this past time has declined with the rise of supermarket shopping and busy lifestyles. In recent years the bread making … Read more Bread Making – By Hand Or By Machine?