Fresh Herb Stuffing
Unsifted Stuffing is a Thanksgiving must-have that is sure to impress! Your favorite fall flavors are paired with the unmatched nutrition of Unsifted Fresh Flour to make the ultimate comfort food. This savory, buttery, holiday classic is baked to perfection with a light crisp on top and a soft, moist center.
Unsifted Stuffing is versatile enough to handle bread cubes that are stale, toasted, or fresh - or try using a combination! You can even get creative by mixing a variety of bread types (we highly recommend Unsifted Simple Sandwich Bread paired with Focaccia…recipe coming soon!). The different textures add a delightful twist to this family favorite.
Master Cinnamon Rolls (+Variations)
Nothing compares to f r e s h flour homemade cinnamon rolls! These whole grain cinnamon rolls are made with the same Simple Sandwich Dough from our Recipe Cards! Using the same dough adds maximum flexibility and convenience. They are tender, moist, and easy to roll with!
If you've never ventured into the cinnamon roll world, you can do this! There's no reason to be intimidated. My friend kindly made a cinnamon roll tutorial for us that you can watch as a primer! Click on the image below to check it out.
Blueberry Overnight French Toast
Who couldn't use another delicious brunch recipe to add to your recipe list to quickly whip up for holidays and overnight visitors? This Blueberry French Toast maximizes convenience, because it allows you to make it a day or two before and just pop it in the oven the next day. There are several variations to make this dish never get old: blueberries, raspberries, streusel topping, blueberry sauce, etc.). You can even freeze this to use for up to 2 months, see pro-tips below!
Bread Basics: Shaping Dough
Let's talk about SHAPING DOUGH. We heard your questions loud and clear, so we are introducing a new series on Bread Basics.
In this post we share the WHY, the step-by-step HOW, and a short VIDEO to answer the most common bread shaping questions. You'll see how easy shaping is once you learn a few simple steps! Let us know if this was helpful or if you have any questions!