This is were it all started to get more serious for me! Once I got my own KitchenAid last year, I felt more confident and began baking my own bread, experimenting with flour, yeast and sourdough, and all sorts of other interesting ingredients like nuts and seeds. I bake fairly regularly by now and will update this site accordingly. Make sure to stop by the “Basics” section for a few pointers on how to bake bread.

Bread – Walnuts and Olives

This bread is inspired by the Mediterranean cuisine. The walnuts and the olives give the bread an aromatic taste that you can already smell while it is baking in the oven.

Bread – Potatoe and Spelt

This potato bread may seem a bit unusual at first glance, but it is absolutely worth a try. It has a crunchy crust and is quite light and fluffy inside.

Banana Bread

Banana bread is a classic comfort food, especially in the U.S. This is a recipe friends kindly shared with me years ago and that is also why the ingredients are listed in American measures.

Bread – Oatmeal & Rye

We are currently eating a lot of oatmeal, in part because we “rediscovered” it as breakfast option in the form of porridge. So naturally I wanted to try to put it into bread as well.

Bread – Wholegrain Rye & Nut Mix

I love bread made with rye flour – especially wholegrain – because of its aromatic, intense flavor. In this version, I added some nuts and seeds to the dough to make it a bit fluffier and juicier.

Bread Rolls – Pistachios and Oatmeal

Self-made bread rolls are a fun way to make the breakfast (or brunch, rather) a bit more special. These are easy to make and the pistachios will impress your guests.

Bread – Rye and Caraway

Caraway is a classic ingredient for bread because of its distinct flavor. This bread brings it to the fore and goes particularly well with ham or cheese.

Bread – Wholegrain Spelt & Hazelnut

Here comes another tasty bread recipe, this time with an interesting twist: hazelnuts. I baked this one for my grandmother last week and she loved it!

Bread – Rye & Walnut

I love slightly unusual bread flavors and this one is another example. The chopped walnut pieces add a tasty element to the whole affair and make the bread quite juicy.

Bread – Whole Wheat & Almond

This week, I wanted to bake a classic whole grain wheat bread but decided in the last moment to make it a bit more interesting by adding almonds to it.