Cornmeal Rolls

Cornmeal Rolls – A Family Favorite I came across this recipe for cornmeal rolls over twenty-three years ago, and I can’t begin to tell you how many times I’ve cooked up this cornmeal mush and baked these rolls. Between family, extended family and church events, it’s one of the most frequently asked for rolls I make. I don’t even know when the last time was that I needed to look at the recipe when mixing … Read more

Refrigerator Dinner Rolls

I love this recipe when I don’t have any bread or other rolls prepared for Sunday lunch.  I mix it up Saturday evening and toss it into the refrigerator (well, I don’t exactly toss it, but you know what I mean). Let me give you several hints on this!  Make sure you use a bowl that is large enough to allow the dough to rise a little.   (It will blow the lid off and … Read more

Coffee Can Bread

Coffee can bread is fun to make. When you’re looking for a dainty sandwich bread or an easy way to make sandwiches that can be served to children, try this idea.  You can use any bread recipe you’d like.  Pick your favorite, whether it’s whole wheat, oatmeal, rye, or basic white bread.  The photo above shows loaves from regular bread pans as well as coffee can loaves. Mix up the dough and let it rise.  Then, … Read more

Easy Homemade Butterhorns

These easy homemade butterhorn rolls are a delight to serve. You can make them ahead of time and freeze them. Place them on a tray about three hours before you want to serve them, and let them rise as they thaw. I got this recipe from my sister Loretta years ago, and sometimes I only make half a batch. Most times, I make the entire batch and have some to store in the freezer. For this … Read more

Homemade Rye Wheat Bread

This recipe produces a moist, rich bread.  In addition to rye, wheat and white flour, you will need eggs, instant potatoes, margarine (or butter), milk, salt, sugar and yeast. Don’t panic because of the ingredients.  It’s still an easy recipe. You’ll dissolve the yeast in warm water, then mix the dry ingredients together.  Add the melted margarine (or butter) and milk to the yeast mixture and all the dry ingredients to the wet mixture. For … Read more