And by loaf I mean bread.....
DE-Lish is what this bread is.
BONUS, your house smells
autumnal awesome while it's baking.
Can't you just see and smell this Sweet Potato Bread baking away in this gorgeous yellow kitchen??
Herb is from England and made a Yorkshire Pudding meal for Tim and me a couple years ago. Out-of-this-world fantastic is what that meal was!! Click here to see the pictures.
So anyway, let's start with the fixins for this moist, tasty Sweet Potato Loaf!
By the way, this recipe came from thug kitchen vegan facebook page.
Next, mix the milk and apple cider vinegar together.
This creates a thicker liquid, similar to buttermilk.
In a large bowl,
mix the oil,
and ground flaxseeds.
Now pour the milk liquid into the large bowl with oil and add the shredded sweet potatoes...
Pour the flour mixture in with the wet ingredients and stir 'er up!....
Scoop the ingredients into the loaf pan and level the top....See!! Wasn't this super simple so far?!!
This smells heavenly even before it goes in the oven.
Bake at 350 for 45-60 minutes.
Your house will smell like a lovely autumn day, by the way.
I baked mine for 55 minutes until the toothpick came out clean.
Let the loaf cool,
then release from the pan......
yum, I can smell it now!
Don't be shy, slice some up!!!
See the steam rising? Mmmmm....
Oh crap, I forgot to mention, I kept this loaf nut free but oh me, oh my, this would have been even more awesome with the crunch and taste of almonds or walnuts!
This loaf is super moist and paired very well with a slather of butter on top
and a hot cup of coffee, of course.
Two days later, it was just as moist, too!
Okay, here's the recipes to download!
Hey Guys!!!! I made a super duper fantastic French Onion Soup that I will be sharing hopefully this weekend...I think it's the best French Onion soup recipe out there! Also, can you say gruyere cheese....creamy, rich, tangy and yummy...it is perfection with this soup recipe.
I just want to show you my perfect kitchen....I know you'll agree...
wait for it...
just a minute....
You can take the girl out of the 70s but you can't take the 70s out of the girl.
THAT KITCHEN IS
YOU KNOW....I LOVES ME THE
CLASSIC COUNTRY FROM THE 70S too!!!
The other night I was listening to Dottie West
and Porter Wagoner......
You remember Dottie, don't you??
Dottie was born in 1932.
She was a close friend of Patsy Cline.
This is Dottie's album from 1964 with her breakout song Here Comes My baby.
from the late 70s in her Bob Mackie designed outfit.
NOW do you remember her?
Dang, she look good!
A couple of their hits were
Every Time Two Fools Collide and
What Are We Doing In Love.
This is their song
What Are We Doing In Love.
One of Dottie's most famous work was in the 70s, writing and singing the very popular jingle and song for Coca-cola, Country Sunshine.
Remember this commercial, guys?
This is Dottie singing the song she's most famous for.
Dottie sure had her ups and downs in her personal and professional life.
Her life was tragically cut short by a freak car accident on the way to a performance
at the age of 58.
In 1995 a movie was made about her life called
Big Dreams & Broken Hearts starring
I actually remember watching this movie on tv. Anybody else remember watching that movie or reading about her?
She was one tough lady,
no wonder her and Patsy Cline got along so well!
Okay y'all, that's enough 70s reminiscing for today....gotta get back to work, just had five vehicles delivered this afternoon and this 70s chick has to go out and clean on some very groovy vehicles now!! :)
Hey, have a good night Guys, and we'll talk at ya soon!