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Nana’s Irish Soda Bread

This is my favorite Irish soda bread. My mother-in-law makes this every St. Patrick’s day and it was passed down to her from her mother, who lived in Wexford, Ireland. I like it much more than the sweet white bread version.

Irish Soda Bread-Gluten Free

A tasty and healthy Irish soda bread that is gluten-free.

Irish Soda Bread-No Gluten or Processed Sugar

This recipe rocks. I slightly changed it to add more protein. I made it last night and everyone including the kids loved it. It is gluten-free and processed sugar-free. This should be your new go-to for St. Patty’s day.

Favorite go-to Irish soda bread recipe

This Italian-American has found a great go-to Irish soda bread recipe that is not only simple but delicious.  I have been using it for the past few years and gotten rave reviews with those I’ve shared it with.   Come to think of it, I’ve only shared with family, so hopefully they weren’t just being kind! […]

Irish-American Soda Bread

In Ireland, traditional Irish soda bread is referred to as brown soda bread.  It’s made with whole-meal flour, baking soda, buttermilk and salt.  Sounds a tad boring, so leave it to us American’s to add a bunch of other ingredients to liven it...

Kefir Bread: a 5 Ingredient Bread

Another simple healthy breakfast bread.

Simple Banana Bread Recipe…

So simple, but so yummy banana bread!

Butterscotch Banana Bread

Preheat oven to 350F. Grease and flour two 9 x 5 x 3″ loaf pans. In a small bowl combine flour, baking powder, baking soda, cinnamon, nutmeg, and salt. Set aside. In a large mixing bowl combine bananas, sugar, eggs, and butter. beat until creamy. Gradually add flour mixture alternately with milk. Mix until well blended. Stir in pecans (2 cups) and butterscotch morsels. Pour batter equally into the two loaf pans. Sprinkle tops with remaining 2/3 cup of pecans. Bake 60-70 minutes. Cool 15 minutes. Remove from pans.

Irish Blessings

The Irish have a long love affair with the spoken and written word. Think of all the wonderful writers who have hailed from this somewhat small island: Oscar Wilde, James Joyce and W.B Yeats. I’ve heard and grown to love these Irish blessings at weddings, birthdays, farewells and funerals over the years. I can still hear […]

How to Find Out Just How Irish You Are

So you think of yourself as being Irish. Maybe you even have an Irish last name. But just how Irish are you? I recently found out by using a DNA Kit for me and my kids. Turns out that despite my Irish maiden name, I’m far less than I thought! There are several different kits, but after […]

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