Recipes With Course: Breads & Rolls

Coosh Coosh a’la Microwave

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A cornmeal dish know by so many names Kush Kush, Cush Cush, Couche Couche or Coosh Coosh  – is a favored Cajun dish. It is also eaten with different condiments Milk…. Figs, Sugar, Cane Syrup,Coffee, Bacon, and Cracklings. A Cajun tradition made easy with the microwave..

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French Toast Bake

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The ideal breakfast for Christmas morning! Easy too! Prepare the night before and pop in the oven Christmas morning. SO DELISH! Your family will sing Hallelujah!

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Breakfast Bundt

Breakfast Bundt

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Easy and Good – Great tasting dish. Leftovers can be toasted like bread.

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Blackberry Cobbler

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Pumpkin Spice Muffins

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Make your own pumpkin puree for this recipe – Preheat oven to 325 degrees F (165 degrees C). Pie pumpkins would be great to use  – Cut the pumpkin in half, removing the seeds and pulp. Place face down on a buttered or greased cookie sheet. Bake in the preheated oven ...

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Fresh French Bread

French Bread

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Simple  Ingredients  - Super Taste – So worth the effort Recipe adapted from Memorial Hospital Volunteer cookbook

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Chocolate Hard Shell Sauce for Chocolate Bread

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The sauce for this chocolate bread recipe hardens on the bread. The cook of the recipe writes – My Mom, Verlene Abshire made this when i was a lil girl. Now we make this for my kids and all their friends. They love it and we make a whole loaf ...

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Persimmon Marmalade Jam

Persimmon Jam Marmalade

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Many will agree the best way to eat persimmons is fresh off the tree or over the sink, where you can eat the persimmon flesh that is close to the peel. But what about canned persimmons? Persimmons are one fruit that one might ask to can or not to can. ...

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