Bob’s Red Mill Cookbook Review
Bob’s Red Mill Cookbook Review
Exciting news. Bob’s Red Mill Baking Book is now available in for your Kindle at Amazon.com. I have used this book for a number of years, and I personally find it to be anazing book. The book has more than 400 recipes and featuring whole and healthy grains. Since I love to make bread in the cooler months of the year, this book is a natural for me. Beyond making bread, cornbread, and biscuits, the book has an exciting collection of muffins, cakes, cookies, coblers, pies, tarts, cakes, and crisps.
With winter just around the corner, Bob’s Red Mill Baking book is a must for any cook who wants to learn how to bake healthier breads and goodies for the family. Not only does the book have amazing recipes using a wide variety of flour, but the book also helps educate the reader on a vairety of flours from whole-grain to amaranth, barley, garbanzo, and a host of all flours.
Bob’s Red Mill Baking Book is Great for Fall Baking Fun
One of my favorite recipes on those chilly fall Sunday mornings is Spiced Pancakes. With ginger, nutmet, and cinnamon in this whole-wheat breakfast treat these pancakes will are a wholesome way to start any day. Of course, applesauce on them offers an amazing topping, and if watching calories, go light on the syrup.
Dotted with cranberies and oranges, the Orange Cranberry Bread is also amazing. This bread is so appropriate for the upcoming fall holidays and makes a nice gift to take to the office. Zucchini Sweet Potato Bread is one of the book’s gluten-free recipes as is Quick Orange Bread.
If you are like me and love to get your hands down in wet dough, dig in and whip up a batch of “Basic Whole Wheat Focaccia” or spice it up a bit with rosemary or walnuts. There is even a recipe for “Spelt Focaccia” which is a bit dense and chewy and the book has a gluten-free version of Yeast-Free Focaccia.
For those nights when you are looking for a full-blown Italian feast, try one of the book’s many pizza recipes. My favorite is “Sausage, Onion, and Mushroom Pizza”, but “Spinach Ricotta Pizza” is satisfying to vegetarians and meat eaters alike.
While many may have made “Buttermilk Piecrust”, adelicious and slightly tangy piecrust recipe in the book, I wonder how many have made Sorghum Piecrust, another gluten-free recipe. This recipes gets a lightness lift from the addition of rice flour, and a rich molasses taste from the sorghum.
For those seeking healthier yet more traditional recipes, there is a “Gooey Fudge Cake” that is a perfectly good way to gradually introduce a few whole-grains into your family’s dessert, and unless you tell them, I doubt if anyone would notice. This rich tasting dessert is perfect with a little ice cream, if you don’t mind the added calories. On another occassion try “Spice Cake”, or for a real change of pace, whip up an old fashion “Persimmon Cake”. Yum!
If you are looking for creative ways to slip a little whole-grain into your family’s diet, Bob’s Red Mill Baking book may be just the book for you, and since it is now available for your Amazon Kindle, it is easier than ever to dive in and whip up some old fashion fun.
I love baking with Bob’s Red Mill Baking book.
If you love to cook with whole-grains, you will love it too. Order your copy today, and get ready to cook.