Remember how I started this whole bake-from-scratch-with-yeast challenge? Well, my primary goal was to be able to bake some Hot Cross Buns in celebration of Easter. And don’t ask me why people eat Hot Cross Buns for Easter, because I honestly don’t know. Here’s what I do know: Baking from scratch with yeast is soooo time consuming! But that’s why people say baking is all about patience, because the more time you give the dough to rise, the fluffier and yummier the buns end up being!
I’ve always been curious about however whenever did it come to be that ham is the protein of choice at Easter. But if we’re going to have brunch AND we’re going to serve, I figured we should do it in a fun, easy and yummy way! And so I give you Loaded Potato Quiche! Just layering on all your favorite ingredients like ham, hashbrown, cheddar cheese and bacon. Oh my word, what is there not to love!!!
The reason I’ve never really attempted to bake a layered cake is simply because I don’t have a cake pan. I know. How silly of me. But fortunately I have great friends who ARE master bakers who DO have cake pans. Which leads us to this fabulous recipe just in time for St. Patrick’s Day!
So. Obviously Immaculate Baking is all about natural, wholesome, non-GMO ingredients. And our fans constantly remind us of that especially when we share recipes that uses food coloring. I think it’s important to point out that there are natural food coloring, but I know, they can be ridiculously expensive. So what could The Queen possibly make in celebration of St. Patty’s Day that will stand out in a sea of recipes with neon green food coloring?
That’s when I found this awesome Lucky Spinach Quiche recipe!
I figured it was about time that I graduated from baking mix and refrigerated dough baking to some hard core scratch baking where yeast and rising dough would be involved. I went recipe shopping on line and quickly came across one that caught my eye right away! What better recipe to start than one that uses A LOT of chocolate hazelnut spread! Whatever happens, at least it’ll taste good.
I’m not sure how it all started, but apparently people think Easter, and they automatically think brunch, too. Now when I think about Easter brunch house parties, I instantly think egg bakes! And we’ve got a immaculately simple egg bake recipe filled with yummy goodness to share!
I’ve previously shared a cake mix cookie recipe using our Chocolate Cake Mix, so naturally, it’s only fair to do another cake mix cookie recipe using our yellow cake mix. And I gotta say, I actually enjoyed this one a lot more, and it has absolutely nothing to do with the fact that I am a butterscotch chip junkie. Okay. So it might have a little to do with this.