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Recipe: Onion Sesame Bagels

I made these bagels from scratch for the first time. It was pretty easy and they do not have to rise (can qualify as a quick bread). It's chewy and it's got flavor. You can substitute onions for cranberries, or frozen blueberries.Onion Sesame Bagels(...
by Jen's Blog of Random Thoughts on Nov 28, 2016

Apricot and Raisin Bran Loaf

Todd is a real fan of this fruit loaf we can buy in the shops over here, it's low in fat and kind of squidgy.  I forget what it is called.  I buy it because I recognise the packaging.  Myself, I am not too, too fond of it, but he loves...
by The English Kitchen on Jul 17, 2016

Sweet Corn Muffins

Sweet Corn Muffins are the perfect addition to suppers like that delicious White Chicken Chili I showed you yesterday!   Corn and chili are a marriage made in heaven, don't you know!These are beautiful muffins  . . .  moist and st...
by The English Kitchen on Jun 27, 2016

Yorkshire Rock Cakes

From what I can tell the only difference between Yorkshire Rock Cakes and regular rock cakes is the addition of glace cherries and blanched almonds on top.  Some people call them fat rascals, but they're not fat rascals at all.  These are f...
by The English Kitchen on May 14, 2016

Nan's Sugar Scones

I adapted this delicious recipe from one in the April issue of Delicious magazine.  From the moment I saw it, I knew it was something I wanted to bake.   A fairly ordinary buttermilk scone recipe which have lemon soaked sugar cubes pushed i...
by The English Kitchen on Apr 29, 2016

Maple Glazd Black Pepper Scones

It's a good thing this recipe only makes two scones because if it made any more than that I would be in deep, deep trouble!  These are fabulous!  I found the recipe over on a page called Dessert for Two and it looked like it would be someth...
by The English Kitchen on Apr 15, 2016

Small Batch Coffee Cake Muffins

When there are only two of you in the family, making whole batches of things can mean a lot of waste unless it is something that can be easily frozen.   Recipes which make only a few of anything are really best.  Also as I am a person...
by The English Kitchen on Apr 11, 2016

Lassy Buns & Hot Dog and Baked Bean Casserole

My sister shared this recipe with me on facebook the other day.   Lassy Buns.   Delicious scone type/baking powder biscuit type of buns made with the goodness of molasses, cinnamon and a bit of cloves.  This is a down East recipe and t...
by The English Kitchen on Apr 6, 2016

Snickerdoodle Bread

I have to admit that I am particularly fond of the flavour of cinnamon.   When I was a child it was a real treat if my mother made us cinnamon toast or cinnamon rolls.  Cinnamon just tastes like Home Sweet Home to me.  That's why...
by The English Kitchen on Feb 1, 2016

Hot Cheese & Ham Rolls

 I was recently asked if I would like to participate in a Challenge put forth by the People from The Laughing Cow to create some scrumptious recipes using their Extra Light low fat cheese spread triangles and leftovers!  You know me, I do l...
by The English Kitchen on Jan 7, 2016

Orchard Fruit Chutney and Walnut Scones

I am a little bit late getting to my Degusta box this month, but I promise you it will be well worth the wait, especially when you try out these delicious Orchard Fruit Chutney and Walnut Scones I made using ingredients from the November box.  T...
by The English Kitchen on Dec 20, 2015

Christmas Muffins

Well, the big day is just five days away. Is everyone all ready? Are all your gifts bought and wrapped? Cards written and sent?? Food ordered, puddings, cakes and pies baked?  We are now down to the crunch!I know!!! Hasn't it crept up on us...
by The English Kitchen on Dec 19, 2015

Little Crusty Cheese & Mustard Dampers

This is a recipe I got from a Women's Weekly Cookbook entitled  "Muffins, Scones and Bread."  I like the Women's Weekly books.  I have a few of them and the recipes always turn out well and are delicious.  These little damper buns...
by The English Kitchen on Nov 25, 2015

Banana Coconut Bread

In my quest to cook things diabetic friendly, I cooked this Banana Coconut Bread the other day and was very pleased with how it turned out!  High in fibre and low in both fat and sugar.  Yay!   That makes me happy.  Although...
by The English Kitchen on Nov 10, 2015

Mud Pies

Did you make mud pies when you were a little girl?  I did.  I can remember sitting by the ditch at the end of our garden with my little bowl and spoon and making mud pies . . .  little unappealing lumps of mud and twigs . . .  gra...
by The English Kitchen on Nov 6, 2015

Wholemeal Pumpkin Pie Rolls

I've been experimenting a lot with my baking since my Type2 Diabetes diagnosis, and I have to say in all truth a lot of my experiments have been quite disappointing . . .  it seems that when you take the sugar and fat out of things . . .  a...
by The English Kitchen on Oct 31, 2015

My Tasty Cheese Biscuits Are Great Compliments to Any Meal!

Feel free to make your cheese biscuits whatever size you like.  I enjoy eating big ones.  I got about eight in this bun-like size.  Sometimes, you want something different from an ordinary dinner roll, bread, or the average biscuit to...
by Nuts 4 Stuff on Oct 17, 2015

Marbled Chocolate Banana Bread #Choctoberfest

Banana bread made special with chocolate! Some of the banana batter is combined with melted dark chocolate then layered in the loaf pan for this gorgeous and delicious effect. I can’t think of a better way to end the celebration of Choctobe...

Blueberry Streusel Muffins

Last weekend  I thought I would take advantage of the last of our blueberries to bake some delicious muffins to take to the Missionary street display in town.  It ended up being cancelled, and so I gave half to my elderly friend Doreen and...
by The English Kitchen on Sep 5, 2015

Blueberry and Lemon Filled Scones

I am awfully fond of scones.   Even if I don't always know how to pronounce the word.   Is it Sc-OWN  or is it Sc-ON?  I am not sure . . .  about the only thing I AM sure of is, scones are delicious!  scone skɒn,skəʊn...
by The English Kitchen on Sep 4, 2015


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