Bonus Post: You Knead It!

So… for our bonus post we had hoped that we would be sharing two fun cocktails to serve at your Super Bowl party.  Since the Chiefs and the Saints are going to be there next year instead of this year, we decided to keep that post for 2020. (wink)  Thus we bring you your January Bonus Post:  You Knead It!

There is nothing better than the smell of fresh baked bread.  The winter time is when fresh, steamy bread tastes best.  Is it because it is the ultimate comfort food?  We realized that we have a fondness for featuring good bread recipes on TBPBlog over the past couple of years.  This week we are going to take a look back and revisit some of our “kneadiest” recipes.

Zaya Banana Bread:  Yummy!  If you like banana bread, you need to try this recipe. It is so easy.  Make sure to save some bread for day 2 when the rum is released.  Oh yesssss!

Angry Orchard Bread:  This bread was an overnight success and quickly became a favorite both on the blog and in The Blind Pig household.  Did we mention that there are only 3 ingredients?

Easy Pumpkin Beer Bread:  Easy Pumpkin Beer Bread is the close cousin of Angry Orchard Bread.  You don’t have to wait for the leaves to start to fall to enjoy it.  Try it out today.

Christmas Morning Bread: Craig won’t stop talking about this bread!  This has been one of his most favorite recipes we have ever featured on The Blind Pig Blog.  It is the perfect breakfast bread for a brunch or morning meeting.  Serve it at home or take it to go.

Kerrygold Cinnamon Rolls:  No one makes cinnamon rolls like grandma.  This recipe is definitely worth the extra work.  The Kerrygold icing is a hit!

Kerrygold French Toast:  Looks difficult, but isn’t.  Serve this at your next brunch or family breakfast.  It will impress all who attend.

Whiskey Bread Pudding: This is the perfect warm winter dessert.  It is so filling and comforting with just a little zip of whiskey to warm you inside and out.

 

Seven delicious breads for breakfast, brunch or anytime.  Which one will you try this weekend?

  

 

 

November Bonus Post: Oh Pumpkin!…Bread

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Hey friends!  So glad you’re back.  We spent a super fun weekend with Blind Piglet #1 at Mizzou last weekend.  We were so happy to see her and had a blast.  However, in the spirit of Thanksgiving, we are thankful that we are no longer living the life of a college student.  (We were worn out.)

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For our November Bonus Post we are returning to our tried and true easy bread recipe to give you a little pumpkin spice twist.  We heard from many of you that tried our Apple Cider Bread recipe and thought that it was a huge hit.  Of course the pumpkin bread has a few more ingredients than its apple cider sister, but is just as easy and delicious.  We are sharing it with you in time to fix for the  Thanksgiving holiday.  Perhaps you need a little something extra to serve guests at breakfast the day of the turkey dinner?  Or  you want to bring a little something special to the hostess?  This is the recipe for you — easy, tasty, fresh!

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To get started you will need self-rising flour, sugar, beer, pumpkin, honey and pumpkin pie spice.   Beat together all of the ingredients.  Bake at 350 degrees in a bread pan for about 50-55 minutes.  Make sure to check the bread with a skewer before pulling from the oven.  Ours needed a little extra time to bake.

Because of the pumpkin, this bread is very moist and delicious.  It did not last long at our house.

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If you are viewing this post in an email, make sure to visit us at www.theblindpig.blog for the full printable recipe.

Be sure to look for our weekend post where we will be sharing a great Thanksgiving side recipe for your family meal!