Vegan Breads

Bread isn't just buttered any more. These yummy bread recipes serve as a bed for vegan soups and stews or as an ingredient in egg strata.

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Pineapple Carrot Muffins

Share Our Strength
Total: 40 mins

Cottage Cheese Bread

Better Homes and Gardens

Pick the pan you have on hand--a loaf pan, a round pan, or a casserole dish,to bake this easy batter bread.

Sourdough Bread

Better Homes and Gardens

This hearty textured bread looks and tastes delightful when cut into thick slices and served with soft butter. The starter gives it a nice tangy flavor.

Spelt Olive Loaf

Vegetarian Times

Spelt is an ancient ancestor of modern wheat that makes a dense, crisp-crusted bread. It's perfect for savory add-ins such as olives, or you could also try it with walnuts or sunflower seeds.

Pooris (Fried Puffy Bread)

Better Homes and Gardens

As you fry the breads, keep the finished pooris warm on a paper towel-lined baking sheet or plate in a 300 degree F oven.

Olive Breadsticks

Better Homes and Gardens

These easy breadsticks are made with a biscuitlike dough. For the finest flavor, use imported black olives.

Orange Chocolate-Chip Loaves

Family Circle

Studded with chocolate chips, this quick bread can be served as a midmorning snack or a not-so-sweet dessert.

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Gluten-Free Thanksgiving: Easier -- & Tastier -- Than You Think!

Thanksgiving is the holiday in which we give thanks for being allowed to pig out without also being made to feel guilty. So who wants to have a "healthy" holiday where we have to watch what we eat? Who wants a -- gasp! -- gluten-free Thanksgiving? A lot of people, as it turns out. If you or your friends are among them, have no fear. Gluten-free does not mean skimping, counting calories, or denying yourself in any way. It does mean cooking special dishes. But once you realize that those dishes can be as easy and as tasty asread more

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