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Old 01-15-2011, 08:44 PM   #41
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More! I made a list of things to look for to homemake. Should I go through and list all of the links on post #1 for easy reference?

Homemade Ricotta Cheese (looks soo easy I can't wait to try to make it!)

Parmesan Cheez-Its

Homemade Sour Cream (Very simple looking!)

Marshmallows!

Another recipe for homemade almond milk (I am really wanting to try to make this - is almond milk good?)

Pickles!

Mint Chocolate Chip Ice Cream

I am beginning to realize that if you keep a pantry of certain items on hand, you can make a lot of things! Who knew..
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Old 01-16-2011, 05:50 AM   #43
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Here are two teething cookie recipes from Weelicious:
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You can also try fruit leathers as teething cookies, very similar idea except its fruit.
THank you so much they look great- does anyone know if I have to use soy flour or can i substitute it with another type of flour. And also the molasses I have never made anything with it. Is it worth going to buy? are there other things I can make with it?
As for everything else we already have it!
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THank you so much they look great- does anyone know if I have to use soy flour or can i substitute it with another type of flour. And also the molasses I have never made anything with it. Is it worth going to buy? are there other things I can make with it?
As for everything else we already have it!
I don't know that you would have to use soy, but you would probably want to use a non-gluten flour (similar to soy like rice, teff, tapioca, etc.) b/c a gluten flour will cause it to want to rise.
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THank you so much they look great- does anyone know if I have to use soy flour or can i substitute it with another type of flour. And also the molasses I have never made anything with it. Is it worth going to buy? are there other things I can make with it?
As for everything else we already have it!
It's worth it to buy. It stays good but you can use it to make brown sugar as well lol that recipe is in this thread too.
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Made the bagels from the first page today - they came out so great and it was suprisingly easy to do. Next time I will make a double batch and freeze some. Highly recommend trying it out!
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Someone needs to bring a Ritz cracker to the table! Anyone! My Ritz have HFCS and partially hydrogenated oil in them. Please help!
I have been searching for a homemade ritz cracker recipe. My kids love these crackers! So today I was skimming my baking books and came across this:

Rich Crackers

Unlike soda crackers, with their crisp layers and air pockets, these crackers are solid and smooth. Butter, egg and cream enriches the dough, which is made just like pie crust. These crackers provide a sturdy, non-assertive base for any number of toppings and spreads.

2 cups (8 1/2 ounces) Unbleached All-Purpose Flour
1 teaspoon salt
1 teaspoon baking powder
2 1/2 tablespoons (1 ounce) sugar
1/4 cup (1/2 stick, 2 ounces) cold butter
1 large egg
6 tablespoons (3/8 cup, 3 ounces) cream (half and half, light, whipping or heavy)
melted butter

In a large bowl, mix together flour, salt, baking powder and sugar. Cut in butter. In a separate bowl, use a fork to stir egg and cream together till smooth. Add to flour/butter mixture and stir till mixture forms a loose ball. Gather in your hands and squeeze together. Pat into an oval about 1-inch thick, wrap in waxed paper, and chill for 1 hour.

On a lightly floured surface, roll dough into a circle between 1/16 and 1/8-inch in thickness. Cut dough into rounds with a 3-inch or smaller cutter. Repeat with remaining dough scraps (unlike pie crust, this repeated rolling doesn't seem to toughen the final product). Transfer rounds to lightly greased or parchment --lined baking sheets, and prick each round several times with a fork.

Bake crackers in a preheated 425F oven for 6 minutes. Remove pan from oven, turn crackers over, and bake an additional 5 minutes, or until crackers are lightly browned. Remove crackers from oven and brush with melted butter. Transfer to wire rack to cool completely

I personally have not made them, but when my neighbor drops off her old food processor tomorrow I will be making them this week!
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I have been searching for a homemade ritz cracker recipe. My kids love these crackers! So today I was skimming my baking books and came across this:

Rich Crackers

Unlike soda crackers, with their crisp layers and air pockets, these crackers are solid and smooth. Butter, egg and cream enriches the dough, which is made just like pie crust. These crackers provide a sturdy, non-assertive base for any number of toppings and spreads.

2 cups (8 1/2 ounces) Unbleached All-Purpose Flour
1 teaspoon salt
1 teaspoon baking powder
2 1/2 tablespoons (1 ounce) sugar
1/4 cup (1/2 stick, 2 ounces) cold butter
1 large egg
6 tablespoons (3/8 cup, 3 ounces) cream (half and half, light, whipping or heavy)
melted butter

In a large bowl, mix together flour, salt, baking powder and sugar. Cut in butter. In a separate bowl, use a fork to stir egg and cream together till smooth. Add to flour/butter mixture and stir till mixture forms a loose ball. Gather in your hands and squeeze together. Pat into an oval about 1-inch thick, wrap in waxed paper, and chill for 1 hour.

On a lightly floured surface, roll dough into a circle between 1/16 and 1/8-inch in thickness. Cut dough into rounds with a 3-inch or smaller cutter. Repeat with remaining dough scraps (unlike pie crust, this repeated rolling doesn't seem to toughen the final product). Transfer rounds to lightly greased or parchment --lined baking sheets, and prick each round several times with a fork.

Bake crackers in a preheated 425F oven for 6 minutes. Remove pan from oven, turn crackers over, and bake an additional 5 minutes, or until crackers are lightly browned. Remove crackers from oven and brush with melted butter. Transfer to wire rack to cool completely

I personally have not made them, but when my neighbor drops off her old food processor tomorrow I will be making them this week!
I will be making these tonight and give you a review! Thank you, thank you!
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You are very welcome! I cant wait for the review! I am so hoping they are good!!!! It would basically make the cracker recipes complete at our house !
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