Prince of Peace - Free Printable.


Hi friends!

Popping in really quickly to share this week's printable and recipe.  This was a perfect blueberry muffin recipe, just the way it is. :) Enjoy! 

Here is the exact recipe I used for Blueberry Muffins HERE

Grab the free printable HERE.

P.S. My preferred method of printing these is to drag it to a word file, resize it to a size that works for me and tile it on the page and print that way onto cardstock.

You can also download the shutterfly app and order them as 4 by 6in prints for FREE if you pay shipping. This printable would be great for lots of things, not just teachers! Lunch boxes, notes to a friend and more!
 

Braided Potato Loaf (FAIL PROOF BREAD)

Hey there!

I'm popping in here on a Saturday because I just made *the* most delightful loaf of bread that was SO easy, I want you to have time to make it this weekend!

It's really easy.  Dare I say, fail proof. 

You should try it, especially if you are afraid of yeast.  I'll help you.  Ready?

First of all I found this recipe via Food52 and changed it just a little bit.

For the bread:
3/4 cup plus 3 tablespoons of milk
1/4 tsp of sugar
1 packet of yeast (I prefer the packets to the jar because you use them up quicker and expired yeast is useless)
1/4 cup of butter room temp
2 cups of all purpose flour
1/4 cup of potato flour (I had to go to my local health food store to find this)
1 tsp of salt

To brush on top:
one beaten egg

Place milk in microwave safe container and warm up for about 30 seconds or so until "baby bottle temp" (or the temp you'd give to a baby).  Add in sugar and yeast.

Add all other ingredients, except egg, to the bowl of stand mixer with the dough hook attachment.  Begin to mix and slowly add in yeasty milk.  Allow to mix until a nice dough ball forms.

Place dough in a greased bowl and allow to rise in a warm place for about an hour.

Divide into three similarly sized balls and form each into a rope that's about 12 inches long. Braid the ropes together, tucking the ends under. Place loaves on parchment paper.

Allow to rise for 15 more minutes and then brush with the beaten egg.  Preheat oven to 400.  Once the oven is ready, bake for 30 minutes.

Slice and slather with butter.  Celebrate your yeasty victory!


Give Thanks! {a free printable}

Happy Thanksgiving week friends! 

I'm thankful for you and this online community of sharers. I hope your week is stress free and appropriately focused! Meaning, don't get hung up on any one thing...let the days and hours just flow freely and appreciate the moments you find yourself in. A holiday doesn't have to fit a perfect mold to be beautiful, meaningful or memorable.  Let go of expectations and just enjoy what is before you.  That's my mantra for the week!
This week's teacher treats are an old favorite of mine. Pioneer woman cinnamon rolls.  They are SUPER simple to make.  If you are intimidated by yeast, don't be.  My trick for knowing just when to add yeast? The baby bottle test.  Test the liquid that you are going to add the yeast to like you would a baby bottle.  If you would give it to a baby, it's ready! 

The only things I do differently than the PW is I don't melt my butter to put on the dough.  Instead I use butter that has been left out and is at room temp.  Same amount but I find it easier to work with this way.  I also don't do the maple flavoring or add coffee to my frosting.  I swap out for vanilla and use extra milk.

I like to use these "individual" pie pans when I am making rolls to give to individuals.  They are the perfect size for two rolls to cook right in there.  I got these at Target! I just added a printable and some bakers twine and that's it!

You can find this week's free printable HERE.

P.S. My preferred method of printing these is to drag it to a word file, resize it to a size that works for me and tile it on the page and print that way onto cardstock.

You can also download the shutterfly app and order them as 4 by 6in prints for FREE if you pay shipping. This printable would be great for lots of things, not just teachers! Lunch boxes, notes to a friend and more!
 

Best Chocolate Chip Cookies (and a FREE printable)

Hello friends! This will be short and sweet. :)

I missed last week because of a terrible virus that ripped through my house claiming three victims.  It was a rough go for a while but we made it through. It's great to finally feel normal again and get back into the swing of things!

This week I kept it simple on all levels.  The best chocolate chip cookies, my trust favorite cello bags (find them at Micheals, Target, etc), chunky yarn bows and my free printable. :) 

Best ever Chocolate Chip Cookie recipe HERE. 
Download the free printable HERE.
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