I wanted to try an experiment. I took a good pizza crust we like and a dutch oven bread we like and combined them. All the measurements are approximate 🙂
- A little less than 5 cups flour
- 1 Tbl sugar
- 1 tsp salt
- 2.5 Tbl yeast
- 2 Tbl oil
- 2 cups lukewarm water
- Mixed all together.
- Knead dough well.
- Let rise in greased bowl till doubled.
- Preheat a dutch oven in the stove at 450.
- Carefully put dough in dutch oven and place in oven.
- Bake for about 30 minutes with the lid and then take lid off for the last ten minutes or until bread is golden.
- The bread will sound hollow when done.
- Cool before cutting
I think I would like it a little fluffer. So next time I would punch the bread down and let it rise again when I preheated the oven. Another thing I will try is shredding cheese to put in it.
We find a recipe for caramel apples today. Next time we will try the other one we found.
I helped make breakfast one day. We cracked about 500 eggs! I also helped make chicken, mashed pototoes and helped serve for other meals.
A few years ago, I got to help Auntie Kristi bake too. She is still silly!
For Audrey’s birthday, I combined recipes to make her a grain free chocolate peanut butter cake. The cake is from lifemadefull.com and the peanut butter and chocolate layers where recipes I found a long time ago. I put peanut butter m&ms on for decoration. It turned out very good! It was rich though!
We found a super easy bread recipe that we have been experimenting with. You mix together 3 cups flour, 2 tsp salt, 1 tsp yeast and 1.5 cups water. Mix it well and then let set for 8-18 hours. Heat your oven to 450 degrees. Put a dutch oven in the oven with the lid on and warm up for 30 minutes. Place dough on parchment paper, add flour if needed! Let rest while oven warms up. Bake in dutch oven for 45 minutes with the lid on. Then take off and let cook another 10 minutes or until golden brown.
This weekend we were vendors for Ruth and Friends tea (they were raising money for Soup for Success). I made candy! I had caramels, toffee and mint bark. I do not know if having samples would have helped any, there were so many other sweets there for the tea. But next time, I will try to have some.
I had fun! I learned to interact with people better. Maybe I can do this again one day, we will see.
I made some new treats. Opa and Oma are in Bonaire. Opa put the recipe for the sugar waffles on his blog. Momma knew about Stroopwafels and we wanted to try them too.
The Stroopwafels (Dutch Syrup Waffles) were good. I did not cook the syrup long enough so the syrup ran a lot. Daddy cooked it longer and then it was like a chewy candy.
Sugar Waffles were like pizzelles. They would be very good with ice cream.