5 Minute French Toast

Craving a hot sweet breakfast that takes just five minutes to make? This 5 minute french toast is perfect for a busy morning. It is also easy to modify based on diet. Do you like french toast that is not too sweet? Reduce the agave syrup. Want it sweeter? Top it with agave syrup or […]

Chocolate Banana Bread

Do you have some overripe bananas? This recipe is perfect for bananas that are too ripe too eat but perfect for baking. I originally found this recipe at Savory Sweet Life but decided to modify it a bit according to what I had in the kitchen. The original recipe called for sour cream and all […]

Irish Soda Bread

What could be better on a cold winter morning than warm, sweet Irish Soda Bread? This bread is moist, full of raisins, and perfect by itself or toasted with cinnamon butter or homemade jam. After many searches for the perfect recipe for Irish Soda Bread I found it here at allrecipes.com. I modified it slightly by […]

Kefir Lemon Pound Cake

I picked up a bottle of Kefir Greek Style the other day at Whole Foods. I was planning on making a pound cake and wanted to add a nutritional boost without compromising texture or flavor. I originally found a good lemon cake recipe by Ina Garten here and wanted to modify it to decrease the […]

Ezekiel French Toast

Do you like Ezekiel bread? I was at my local market the other day and saw Ezekiel Cinnamon Raisin English Muffins. They looked good and decided to bring them home to try. I love them toasted up with my almond butter, sliced banana and fig jam. It’s sort of like a fancy peanut and butter […]

Roasted Carrot Bread

What is better than carrot bread? Roasted carrot bread! I bought the most gorgeous carrots at the farmers market over the weekend and really wanted to use them wisely. Roasting brings out the carrot’s natural sweetness. The bread is sweet, earthy, full of flavor and very moist. It’s a great bread to make for the […]

Stone Fruit Scones

  Do you love stone fruit? I love all sorts of stone fruit such as peaches, apricots, plum and pluots. What better way to use them, but in a scone. I love adding fresh fruit to my scones because they add fresh flavor and nutrition. I personally like my scones more on a cakey side […]

Marble Pound Cake

Does it seem like the middle of the summer is not an ideal time for marble pound cake? I might agree but we all still crave some comfort food once in a while even when it’s a bit hot outside.  This pound cake is yummy for breakfast or dessert. It’s even better the next day […]

Gluten Free Pound Cake

I saw this Pound Cake recipe on the back of a Bob’s Red Mill product. I figured, “Why not?”. My daughter and I baked this recipe together one afternoon. The cake came out sweet, buttery and very satisfying. I wouldn’t say it tastes exactly like standard pound cake but has its own unique flavor. What […]

Low Fat Carrot Bread

Who knew that carrots and dried plums (a.k.a. prunes) can go so well together? I accidentally ordered four packages of carrots instead of one when grocery shopping online. I enjoy steaming my carrots so I have an easy vegetable to give my kids with their meal or eat myself for a snack. After both myself […]

Pumpkin Oat Scones

I love pumpkin scones, especially when the leaves are falling and the weather is getting cooler outside. They are sweet, a little crumby and moist inside. The icing on top makes them super special. These scones are easy to make with your kids on a weekend morning. The scones are pretty big so your kids […]

Banana Stuffed French Toast

I made this french toast one morning after brainstorming what to do with my leftover challah. I wanted something different and had some nice ripe bananas. What is better with bananas? Nutella of course! Feel free to fill your french toast with anything that your heart desires. That is the beauty of this recipe. Please […]

Low Fat Apple Cinnamon Bread

After apple picking this past weekend, I wanted to make a bread that was moist, full of apples and healthy. This bread is low fat (has no butter or oil), half whole wheat (can easily be all whole wheat) and full of apples. You can cut down on the sugar depending on how sweet you […]

Hills of Challah

I made this decadent apple raisin cinnamon challah the other day for the holiday. The challah was sweet, moist and satisfying. The recipe makes a lot of challah so get your oven ready! I came across this recipe in search of something a little bit different for the holiday. It yielded two very large challahs, […]

Tastes like PB Banana Chocolate Chip Oatmeal Bread

I have been experimenting lately with the toasted soy spread. I am fascinated by the fact that I can’t tell the difference between that spread and peanut butter. I was in the mood the other day to make a hearty oatmeal bread. I decided to make this bread and its sweet and satisfying. Its great […]

Marble Banana Bread

My daughter and I made this bread together one afternoon. I had four very ripe bananas sitting on my table and couldn’t resist. I love banana bread, especially marble banana bread. The bread is moist, sweet and delicious. It’s great by itself or warmed with some peanut butter, almond butter or biscoff spread. I got […]

Honey Wheat Bread

    I love fresh bread, as you can tell from my website. I was searching for a good honey wheat bread recipe that I can use for sandwiches, toast, grilled cheese, etc. This bread came out really good regardless of all of the distractions that were going on in my house. I was actually […]

Foccacia Bread

I have been making this bread for many years.  It is a great basic recipe that you can modify to make into your own. I eat this by itself, with a meal, or you can use it as sandwich bread for a panini. It also freezes well so you can have it another time. Since […]

Whole Wheat Challah

This is my favorite recipe for Challah. I love making Challah once every other week for Shabbat. It can also yield three smaller challahs so you can even eat one and freeze the other two. I make my bread half whole wheat and with a little sugar and lots of honey. The bread may not […]

Gravitybread, the recipe and story

What is Gravitybread? That is what most people asked me each time I told them my email. To be honest, I was a bit embarrassed by it because the website my husband and I originally created was a bit amateur, you might say. Which is what motivated me to be proud of Gravitybread, change the […]

Blueberry Pound Cake

I love pound cakes more than anything. I also know that I can’t eat pound cakes on a regular basis so I have to monitor myself! If anyone is wondering I do have a lot of self control and practice portion control on a regular basis with all of my baked goods. I love and […]