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Buttermilk Pineapple Sorbet

Buttermilk Pineapple Sorbet

Fresh pineapples are wonderful fruits to have around. They’re a good looking fruit and the fronds can be used to garnish various desserts and cocktails, and the golden flesh is, of course, delicious. I buy whole pineapples on a regular basis and use them to make pineapple upside down cakes, smoothies and fruit salads. They also make excellent sorbets. This Buttermilk Pineapple Sorbet uses just ... Read More »

Honey Glazed Buttermilk Biscuits

Honey Glazed Buttermilk Biscuits

Biscuits are always a good accompaniment to a meal. They’re not only easy to make, but they’re delicious and versatile enough to compliment many different types of food. I bake biscuits all year round, but I find that I bake them slightly more often during the summer, when I can use the leftovers to make shortcakes with fresh, in-season berries. These Honey Glazed Buttermilk Biscuits ... Read More »

Buttermilk Maple French Toast

Buttermilk Maple French Toast

French toast batter has two main components: eggs and milk. You can use either regular milk or non-dairy milk, depending on what you have in your refrigerator. In all the years I have been making french toast, it never occurred to me to make it with buttermilk instead of regular milk, but it is actually an excellent choice for french toast. Buttermilk has a slightly ... Read More »

Buttermilk Cherry Thumbprint Scones

Buttermilk Cherry Thumbprint Scones

A buttery scone is usually a perfect match for jam, which adds some extra sweetness and flavor to the rich breakfast pastry. I typically serve the jam on the side, but these Buttermilk Cherry Thumbprint Scones have the jam baked right in! Cherry preserves are piled into the center of these scones before baking, giving you a sweet center surrounded by buttermilk and vanilla-kissed dough. ... Read More »

What is dried buttermilk powder?

Dried Buttermilk Powder

Buttermilk is a staple ingredient in my kitchen, so I always have it on hand. It lends a great flavor to baked goods without adding a lot of extra fat, and since it is slightly acidic, it also acts as a tenderizer that helps produce a soft crumb in breads and cakes. But if you don’t do a lot of baking, you may not keep ... Read More »

How to Substitute for Buttermilk in Baking

How to Substitute for Buttermilk in Baking

Buttermilk is an ingredient that I always keep in my refrigerator because I use it a lot for baking. It not only adds great flavor to baked goods, but it helps to tenderize cakes, muffins and other treats, too. Although I usually have it in stock, buttermilk is an ingredient that you might not always have on hand when you decided to do a little baking. ... Read More »

Gluten Free Buttermilk Pancakes

Gluten Free Buttermilk Pancakes

I’ve noticed that gluten free pancakes are popping up on the menus of lots of the breakfast restaurants that I like. I am a sucker for pancakes of any kind – and I’ve been impressed with how much the gluten free pancake offerings at many of these places have improved over the years. But as is the case with most pancakes, they’re even better when ... Read More »

Rustic Buttermilk Scones

Rustic Buttermilk Scones

A well-made scone that is fresh out of the oven is something that is just about irresistible. A scone in the pastry case of a coffee shop, on the other hand, is a lot easier to pass up. Many commercially made scones (in the US, anyway) are dry and cakey, and while you can get them down with a cup of coffee, they’re just generally ... Read More »

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