No-knead Honey Oat Sourdough Bread, THM E, Dairy-free

Honey Oat Bread has always been a favorite of mine. No-knead breads top my list of favorites because they are so easy to mix up using a spoon or spatula. I just had to combine the best of two into one recipe. Meet the newest addition to my No-knead family–Honey Oat! I mixed a bit of Kerry Gold Butter and honey (from hives my brother has) together for my family to enjoy with the bread. Needless to say the loaves soon vanished!

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Free shipping for Black Friday/Cyber Monday and a Giveaway!!

I have just picked up the newly revised Around the Family Table Cookbook. This edition has been revised and updated. I will have free shipping and will add a small jar of sourdough starter (a value of $6) to each order. This free shipping will start now and go until Monday at midnight.

Remember — this cookbook makes wonderful Christmas Gifts!!

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Sourdough Waffles THM E, DF, SF

Waffles!! our family loves them! This sourdough waffles batter can be mixed up a day or two before you want to make them. You can either ferment the batter on the counter at room temperature or it can be cold fermented. These waffles have a crispy crust and just the right flavor to be delicious. If you have excess starter or discard this recipe is the perfect way to use it up. You can either use a large waffles iron or you can use a round mini Dash Waffle iron to make these perfectly round waffles that make perfect sandwiches.

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