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Best Kitchen Aid Mixer Pizza Dough

Do you need a great pizza dough recipe for your Kitchen Aid? Try our Best Kitchen Aid Mixer Pizza Dough Recipe! This is our favorite Friday night pizza dough recipe. I’m using a Kitchen Aid Professional 600. Best Kitchen Aid Mixer Pizza Dough The sauce for our pizza is included in a mini pizza recipe that can be

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How much flour is enough in whole wheat bread?

How to Make Whole Wheat Bread

If you’d like to save money and start ditching store-bought bread, homemade whole-wheat bread is a good option. But is it possible to make a tasty whole-wheat bread at home? Yes, it’s possible! Ingredients and technique will help achieve a wonderful bread your family will love. Follow step by step in How to Make Whole

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Our Favorite Focaccia Bread

Our Favorite Focaccia Bread This recipe is one our favorite focaccia breads! This just happened to be featured in Summer Season 1. Rolling this out on a paddle sprinkled with corn meal and sliding it onto a hot baking stone, makes it extra tasty! This recipe makes 2 15″ Focaccia Breads. You’ll need cornmeal for dusting.

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Delicious Whole Wheat French Bread Happened by Mistake

This morning my head wasn’t at all in the baking realm so I accidentally forgot very two important ingredients to our weekly bread. The oil and honey! My delicious whole wheat french bread happened by mistake! I added tofu powder which is sweet so that may have helped. The mistake made a bread that had

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Stuffed Bread

This is just about the best thing you can do with bread, stuff it! This recipe makes 3-4 large loaves. Cut the recipe in half for a smaller quantity. In the Bosch mixer with the dough hook combine: 5 1/2 cups warm water 4 Tbsp. sugar 2 Tbsp. sea salt 3 1/2 cups freshly ground

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Smocking Preview | Favorite Spelt Bread

Here’s a smocking preview of a project for Seasons at Home Magazine, and our favorite Spelt bread recipe. Isn’t smocking pretty? I love hand sewing. It only took me a couple days to do the smocking, and that’s with a lot of children! This project will be in the spring issue of Seasons at Home

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