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10 Delicious Bread Recipes You Can Easily Try At Home

10 Delicious Bread Recipes You Can Easily Try At Home

Is there anything more delicious and versatile than bread? Seriously, think about it. Bread goes with everything and is appropriate for all meals. If you’ve been thinking of bread in simple terms of toast and sandwiches, it’s time to expand your repertoire with some of these amazing bread recipes. Oh, and if you’re more inclined to be carb-conscious, I have one thing to say to you:

    1. Apple-Herb Stuffing

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      This stuff is the business. I made an offensive amount of it for Thanksgiving last year and was literally scooping it directly out of the fridge. I’d be ashamed, if it wasn’t so delicious.

      2. Skillet Cornbread

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        I may have also been eating fistfuls of cornbread at the aforementioned Thanksgiving. Bonus tip: use this cornbread recipe to make up half of the bread for your stuffing. You won’t regret it.

        3. Savoury Cheddar and Cranberry Soda Bread

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          Not only does this bread contain my boyfriend, cheese, it sweetens the deal with nuts and cranberries. You’re welcome.

          4. Potato and Rosemary Foccacia

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            Because bread didn’t already have enough carbs, so we need to add some potato.

            5. Mocha Hot Cross Buns


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              It may be too early to think about Easter, but it’s never too early to think about chocolate.

              6. Peanut Butter-Banana Bread with Chocolate Chips

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                I can’t even believe that this actually exists. Here I was, thinking that banana bread couldn’t get any better. This mana from heaven could make me dump cheese as my boyfriend. Maybe they can be combined, like some type of culinary ménage à trois.

                7. Bretzel Rolls

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                  Bread and soft pretzels, together at last. I don’t even care if they make me thirsty.

                  8. Pumpkin Bread

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                    Why have plain old bread when you can add pumpkin? I’m glad you agree.

                    9. Garlic Knots

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                      I love garlic. My love is so deep that I grow my own, cure it in my laundry and don’t even care that the pungent aroma permeates my clean clothes. If you’re as big a fan as I am (if there even is such a person), this is definitely the recipe for you. I’d recommend adding some parmesan for extra flavour.

                      10. Blueberry Bagels

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                        This would be a sad and incomplete list without a bagel recipe, especially one that includes blueberries!

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                        Last Updated on October 6, 2020

                        6 Signs It’s Time to Change Your Life

                        6 Signs It’s Time to Change Your Life

                        Is it time to make some changes in your life? It just might be. Life is too short to not live it to the fullest.

                        Here are some signs it’s time to change your life.

                        1. Every week, you cannot wait for Friday.

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                          Fridays are fun, but one thing I’ve discovered in my quest to find and do work I absolutely love is that almost every day can be really fun. If you’re saving all your living for the weekends, it’s time to truly think about your lifestyle and consider making some changes. Don’t get me wrong; it’s great to have plans you look forward to on the weekends, but what if you could have that excited Friday feeling most, if not all, days of the week? It takes a lot of self-discovery and work, but it’s truly possible to live a life you love—even on Mondays.

                          2. You live for your vacations.

                          Vacations are great, but what’s even better is building a life you don’t need to take a vacation from. As Seth Godin said, “Instead of wondering when your next vacation is, maybe you should set up a life you don’t need to escape from.” Vacations are fun and exciting, but even better is building a life where you have the potential to do what lights you up many weeks of the year, not just your two allotted vacation weeks.

                          3. When you stop and think about it, you’re really not focusing your life on your priorities.

                          Write down your 3 top priorities. Then write down the 3 things you focus most of your life on. Are you spending your time living your top priorities? Consistently spending time doing what matters most to you is one of the keys to feeling fulfilled in your life. If you’re not focusing your life on what’s important to you, it’s time to make some changes.

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                          4. You have no idea what lights you up, and you don’t have the space in your life to discover it.

                          If you haven’t found your passion in your current life, you’re not going to find it if you continue to do your same routine, over and over, year after year. In order to discover what lights you up, start by creating the space in your life to seek it. Give yourself time to figure out who you are, what your strengths are, and what picques your interest. Experiment with learning new things, spending time with inspiring people, and doing more of what excites you and less of the things that suck your energy.

                          5. You’re frequently jealous.

                          If you find yourself frequently feeling jealous of someone, there are 3 changes to consider making:

                          1. Make a point to focus on your path instead of his or her journey. Sometimes this involves taking a break from social media.
                          2. Get inspired from the person you’re jealous of, and work toward a similar goal in your life.
                          3. Decide what the other person has is not something you are willing to put in the effort to achieve, so you’ll cheer him or her on but choose to not be jealous.

                          When you are feeling jealous, consider why you want what the other person has, and what your motives are. Living a life on your terms, focused on your priorities, passions, and strengths, will provide you with much more fulfillment than trying to be somebody else.

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                          6. You can’t remember the last time you stepped out of your comfort zone.

                          According to Neale Donald Walsch, “Life begins at the end of your comfort zone.” Your life can become even more amazing if you stretch beyond your comfort zone. If you’re not sure where to start, try the tips in this article about small ways to step out of your comfort zone.

                          Life is too short to spend your years not living to your full potential. If you decide you’re ready to change your life, I encourage you to start taking small action steps toward the life you want to live. Keep moving forward.

                          Check out this video if you’re ready to make a change in life:

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