Flour School

Flour. Now that you’ve bought it, what do you do with it? Let our head bakers and research experts help via our curated recipes, how-tos and extensive guides.

4 Delicious Homemade Holiday Cookie Mixes

This cookie mix recipe collection is just fantastic! There are four flavor variations here in one post. Homemade mixes are easy to make and you can control the ingredients. It’s a wonderful way to bake from scratch and still enjoy the convenience of a mix.

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Cranberry-Orange Hazelnut Bread

The very embodiment of Holiday quick-bread can be found in this addictive loaf. The texture is light with a thin even crust, and an abundance of toasted nuts to mingle with the tart cranberries.

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Classic Mile High Apple Pie

This pie recipe effortlessly combines everything we love about pies. A super buttery flaky crust that melts in your mouth and a sweet (but not-too-sweet) fresh apple filling that evokes a sense of down-home warmth and comfort.

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Oatmeal Walnut Soda Bread

Most Irish Soda Bread recipes are rather doughy heavy breads with a thick crust that is dry and doesn’t keep well. The flavor is usually lacking complexity. When our chef was developing this recipe, she wanted to have a softer crumb with full flavor that would last a few days.

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Sourdough Pumpernickel Bread

This bread is traditional in the Westphalia region of Germany. Made from coarsely ground Rye flour and a small portion of wheat flour, traditional Pumpernickel is a heavy, course-textured dense bread that is very dark brown, almost black at times.

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