(I think a major part of our excitement comes from using all the cute baking supplies she was gifted this holiday season.) There are also so many versions to try, so when I spotted the recipe from the one and only Joanna Gaines, my mom and I knew we had to give it a try.
From the looks of her homemade recipes, like this savory zucchini bread, it's obvious she knows her way around the kitchen. But what I love the most about her cooking style is that she leaves room for human error, which is great for novice bakers like me, who sometimes mistake a teaspoon for a tablespoon.
In a bowl, whisk together dry ingredients including the flour, baking soda, and salt. Make large spoonfuls on the lined baking sheet, but do not flatten.
Form and function go together in this stoneware casserole that’s ready for kitchen or table. This forever-favorite pattern has been updated for the modern kitchen on mixing bowls, dinnerware and more.