by Texas Homesteader ~ With the buying frenzy going on in many of our grocery stores these days, more and more people are having difficulty finding fresh bread. The good news is – bread can be very easy to make, even for the novice baker!
by Texas Homesteader ~ I love a multi-purpose product, don’t you? Take oats for instance. It makes a hearty, hot & healthy breakfast option. I like to drizzle some Honey From Our Hives and maybe sprinkle a little fruit on top. Good & hearty! But there are other things you can do with oats besides […]
by Texas Homesteader ~ Since I’m baking bread so often I went looking for ways to shorten my bread-baking tasks. Let me tell ya, whether using a bread machine or mixing & baking it up the old fashioned way, these shortcuts make homemade bread a breeze!
by Texas Homesteader ~ * contains affiliate link I’ve had several different brand of bread machines over the years. The bread they made was tasty of course, but I always got rid of the bread machines. They were just so big, heavy & bulky. It just wasn’t worth it. But bread machines are apparently different […]
by Texas Homesteader~ Occasionally I’ll share a short list of 5 Frugal Things I’ve done recently to save time, money and/or the environment. The beauty is that often these 5 frugal things check off all of those categories. It’s been a while so I thought I’d share a quick list of 5 frugal things I […]
Texas Homesteader ~ Fall is in the air, and for me that always means PUMPKIN! In searching for an easy pumpkin bread recipe I stumbled upon one that starts with a box of cake mix. I have some cake mix in the pantry so I figured, why not??
by Texas Homesteader ~ This easy Rosemary Skillet Bread Recipe is a hit whether bringing as a hostess gift or just enjoying a fresh homemade loaf of bread at home. A delicious no-knead bread baked in a cast iron skillet & seasoned with fresh rosemary. It’s my favorite option for presenting a homemade gift too. […]
by Texas Homesteader ~ Looking for a no-knead free-form bread? Enter this homemade boule bread. The crust is nice & soft thanks to a cup of water tossed into a flat pan on the bottom rack to create steam in the oven as it bakes. Check it out.