An annotated list of the raddest recipes in my repertoire (click on recipe titles to get to the links). It’s inspired by Autostraddle’s Things I Read That I Love, which was inspired by Emily Gould’s Things I Ate That I Love. Originality is dead.
Bon Appetit’s Cinnamon Date Buns
A complicated recipe, but so hecking good.
Banana Crumb Muffins
My go-to baked good. Two Pro tips: 1) To ripen bananas in a hurry, pop them in the freezer a few hours+thaw. 2) Swap the canola oil for coconut oil.
Banana Blueberry Muffins
I won’t say they’re better than the banana crumb muffins, but they are hecking good. Also, the recipe calls for “sugaring” the pan (coating it with butter and sugar), so you know it’s gonna be fab.
Pioneer Woman’s French Toast Bake
A co-op favorite. I make it with stale challah. I’ve done versions with rice milk and/or flax eggs + it always comes out a treat.
The fastest homemade bread! I substitute maple syrup for honey because the syrup pours easier.
Sierra’s White Bread
Another co-op fave. Holds together well enough for sandwiches, tasty enough to eat on its own.
Bread Babe’s Chocolate + Matcha Milk Bread
Love Bread Babe. Love matcha. Love this fluffy milk bread.
Artisan Dinner Rolls
I have no idea what makes these “artisan” but they are Good. As. Heck. Also a no-knead recipe! Rad!
Be warned: this recipe involves two 1-2 hour rises. BUT it also makes eight big buns, which slice easily and elevate any sandwich.