Mar 1, 2021 Feb 28, 2021
It’s exciting to see pictures of my recipes all over the world so please say where you’re from – include yourself in the photo too! (I post these manually so you won’t see it right away.) Use this link to send your photo: YourPhotos@JennyCanCook.com
BEV (from Canada) MADE MY CINNAMON PUFFS
“Good morning Jenny – Just made your Cinnamon Puffs. It did make 12 but my husband couldn’t wait for me to take the photo before grabbing a couple of them lol. A definite make-again, love how light they are. Thanks for another hit, Jenny. Bev (from Canada).”
– Thank you for you photo. I have the same problem when I take my pictures, but it’s usually me who eats the food before the picture! 😋 – jenny
Cinnamon Puffs (Jennycancook.com)
RICK (from Canada) MADE MY… WELL, SEE FOR YOURSELF
“Jenny’s Recipes I make weekly ❤️ Thanks Jenny from Ontario Canada.“
– What a fabulous presentation! Thank you. I want to come to your house for Easter dinner.
😋 Everything looks incredibly good. Rick’s got some mad cooking skills! – jenny
MARGIE (from South Africa) MADE MY CABBAGE ROLLS
“Hi Jenny I’ve recently retired, and am filling my days by trying out new recipes. I watched the YouTube of you making these Golabki, and decided to try them. I froze most of them, but the four that we ate for supper were delicious. I will definitely make them again. Thanks for a great website! ~ Margie Barker, Somerset West, Cape Town, South Africa.”
– Those are spectacular cabbage rolls and browned in a pan (with sour cream) is exactly how I serve them. Thank you for sharing your own photo as well, and from South Africa! You just made my day! ❤️ – jenny
VICKI MADE MY BAKED DOUGHNUTS
“First time making these! So easy and delicious!”
– Thank you for sharing your photos. They look great! – jenny
BRAIN MADE MY NO KNEAD BREAD
“It’s taken a long time, but at 82 I’ve just started baking, and this recipe is a winner. This is my first attempt and I’m well pleased. Thank you Jenny.”
– I’m keeping this in my “It’s never too late” file. I think you will inspire other octogenarians to try something new, especially bread! Thank you.– jenny
RON MADE MY CHEWY OATMEAL COOKIES
– Thank you for your photo. (nice stove!) – jenny
BRIAN (from the U.K.) MADE MY CINNAMON ROLLS
“Still making Cinnamon Rolls to your recipe, absolutely fabulous. Just wanted to say that they freeze perfectly well, and upon defrosting, with 10 seconds in the microwave, turn out perfect, as if they had just been made. You can now grab one of my buns, you know you want to. Ha, ha. ~ Brian, from Oxford U.K.”
– Thank you for this luscious cinnamon rolls photo. And consider this a virtual grabbing of your buns!
🖐 😀 – jenny
HOWARD MADE MY NO KNEAD BREAD
“We just love the no knead recipes. I’ll be adding more baking in the near future. Thank you so much your videos are a sure hit, and are especially helpful to us amateurs.”
– From this photo, I don’t think you’re an amateur baker any more!
😀 Thank you for your photo. – jenny
CANDY MADE MY CINNAMON ROLLS
“Dear Jenny, I’m a 75 year old recently retired hotel/restaurant owner. I learned about cooking from my Great Aunt. My Great aunt and Uncle had no kids and their house was my favorite place to go, on weekends, from the time that I was 5 years old. Twice a month, my Uncle Frank would pick me up on Saturday morning and drop me home on Sunday afternoon. My Auntie Moe, was the Christmas cook in the family. They lived in a house they built around the turn of the century and it had a real root cellar in the basement and a storeroom that was bulging with home made jams and preserves and my Uncle even made his own Rootbeer! It was heaven for me. Every time I went over, she would ask what we should make, pies, bread, rolls, cakes, meat loaf, roast chicken, and I’d go over the day before a holiday and I would get to help with the roast turkey and cranberry sauce and dinner rolls and always old fashioned Mac and cheese, made in layers and baked in the oven. One of my favorite things to ask for, was her fabulous cinnamon rolls! The pain in the butt old fashioned way!
When I saw your recipe, while I was trying your whole wheat bread, reminded me of hers. I tried your easy recipe, but since I too am a pro. cook, I had to screw with it, of course. I added a tsp. of vanilla powder, and substituted melted butter, which I added to the heated milk. I got a kick out of your instruction to cut off 1/2 inch from both ends of the roll before threading the rolls into eight pieces, (do you square your potatoes when you make French fries too)? I laughed! I always just make the end pieces a little bigger and smootch them into the pan, with the odd side down. Auntie Moe always baked hers in muffin tins with a pat of butter and a spoonful of brown sugar and cinnamon in the bottom of each one.
I’d never made cinnamon rolls any other way, so I decided to try your 8 to a 8” pan system. I couldn’t resist, however, putting a small pond of butter with a bunch of brown sugar and cinnamon in the bottom of the pans, I made a double recipe. This is what happened. They raised so much that they fought for space in the pan and raised way over the top. Great recipe, but no frosting for me, 5 minutes out of the oven, I flipped them over, upside down, onto plates. Gotta have that butter, brown sugar, cinnamon soaked gooey rolls. I never write in to cooks on the internet, but I loved your sense of humor and helpful hints, so I couldn’t resist. ~ Candy”
– Candy, I enjoyed reading your story and can see why you have a love of cooking. You are so lucky to have had such a great history of food and family. Thank you for sharing. ❤️ jenny
MATTHEW MADE MY MULTIGRAIN NO KNEAD BREAD
“Jenny, I SO enjoy your website & videos. Thank you! Tried your multigrain in my Dutch cooker today, with 2 changes: 70 g sourdough starter (so I had to let it go overnight), and I sprinkled the top with wheat bran and oat bran. Nothing more satisfying than homemade bread…. — Matthew Lind.”
– I am making my own multigrain loaf today. Thank you for sharing your photo. – jenny
JENNIFER MADE MY BRAIDED CINNAMON RAISIN BREAD
– It looks perfect. Thank you for the photo. – jenny
TERRY MADE MY NO KNEAD BREAD
“So happy I found your recipe, so delicious and so easy. I folded in Kalamata olives. Picture below. Will be making cheese and roasted garlic bread in the future.”
– Thank you for your photos. That is a beautiful crust! – jenny
MARTIN MADE MY HEALTHIER APPLE CRISP
“I just baked your recipe for Healthier Apple Crisp. It’s delicious. Thanks for another great recipe!”
– I love any dessert with apples. Thank you for your photo.
🍏 – jenny
DANILO (from Tokyo) MADE MY SIMPLE WHOLE WHEAT BREAD
“Greetings from Tokyo! I start learning how to bake during this pandemic. I don’t have your kind of baking pan. I have a bigger one so I multiplied the ingredients by 1.5 and made two loaf. Turned out great! Thank you for the great recipe.”
– Thank you for the lovely photos. Your loaves turned out fantastic! – jenny
ERIKA MADE MY PACZKI
“Made your Paczki into Boston Creme donuts for my hubby’s birthday. They were amazing!”
– What a great idea! Thank you for inspiring us all and Happy Birthday to your husband – I already know he had a good one.
😋 – jenny
MARK (from Texas) MADE MY NO KNEAD BREAD
“Jenny, I have gone through many stages of bread baking. I’ve tried starters, pooish, and bigas, using exact measurements and elaborate technique. Thank goodness those days are over. I am amazed at this simple No-Knead Bread recipe. Last night I mixed up the recipe only bumping the yeast to scant 1 teaspoon and using cool water for overnight 10 hour rest. This took all of 5 minutes to do. Before daylight I started my hot oven and using my Grandmother’s 100-year-old cast iron Dutch Oven I made this incredible loaf of bread. The sun is up, house smells great, and the bread is done and it is so good! I am very pleased with the taste and texture. Simply amazing! Mark from Deep East Texas.”
– A big thumbs up from me, too.
👍 That’s for the beautiful loaf of bread and for sending in your photo (love that apron!
🐓) – jenny
SHARON MADE MY EASTER BUNNY BUNS
“Please ignore the scrap rolls- making these with my grandsons for Easter. Love all your recipes. I’m 73 years old and still learning. Thank you and God Bless.”
– What a great job on the ears! Your bunny buns are so darn cute! 🐰 Thank you for the photo. – jenny
MARK (from Texas) MADE MY CABBAGE ROLLS
“I followed the recipe with no problems and got 16 beautiful rolls. The first picture is two rolls right from the oven with pan liquid. My neighbor was here and we ate a few. The next picture is when later that evening I browned some in butter. With the sour cream this was the best thing I’ve tasted all week. Brought back great childhood memories. So good! Your videos are easy to follow and the recipes online are great while cooking. Thanks for all you do! Onward to the Paczki! Mark from Deep East Texas.”
– Thank you so much for these photos. The browned ones are exactly the way I like them! And gotta have sour cream! 😋 – jenny
ARLENE MADE MY CINNAMON ROLLS
“Loved this recipe. Easy and delicious.”
– Thank you for the photo. I imagine they are all gone by now. 😀 – jenny
JANET (from Kentucky) MADE MY NO KNEAD BREAD
“Hi Jenny, I really love your site. Today I made your No-Knead bread as a special surprise for my daughter who is coming to dinner tonight. Throughout the pandemic, we have tried to get together either on Zoom or with her at my house every Friday night (and we Zoom with her sister, who lives in NYC). I just felt like I wanted to make her something really special today. Anyway, here it is and I’m so pleased. I have made your whole-wheat sandwich rolls in the past and they are wonderful, too. Thanks so much from Louisville, Kentucky! (Here’s a picture of me and my husband from December. He lives in assisted living because he has dementia, which is why it’s extra special that my daughter spends time with me.)”
– I’m so glad my recipe is adding a little extra joy to your daughter’s visit and thank you for sharing the photo of you and your husband. I wish you both well. ❤️ – jenny
MARK MADE MY NO KNEAD CRUSTY ROLLS
“Jenny, I have struggled for years to bake decent homemade bread. You have really opened my eyes with your easy and straightforward methods. I am so happy with the results I am getting! Thank you! Mark.”
– I’m happy to help and these rolls look good! Thank you. – jenny
PAM MADE MY FASTER NO KNEAD BREAD
“Thanks so much for your great recipes and method for making bread. I especially like using the overnight method because I can make the bread when its convenient anytime within the time frame. Here is my favourite, the Faster No Knead Bread. Can’t wait to try them all. ~ Pam.”
– I also use the overnight method most of the time for the same reason. Your bread looks great, thank you! – jenny
BRIAN (from the U.K.) MADE MY CINNAMON ROLLS
“Just tried Jenny’s recipe for Cinnamon Rolls, the best I’ve ever tasted. I used to buy them from Mavericks, in Ririe, Idaho, U.S.A, when visiting my wife’s pen pal of 61 years to date. Many thanks Jenny, now I don’t need to grab your buns, although I wouldn’t mind, ha, ha. ~ Brian, Oxford, U.K.”
– This is so exciting! My cinnamon rolls in the UK! And they look amazing – thank you so much! – jenny Feb 27, 2021
A Polish lady (Beczkowski) made my Polish paczki and took her photo using beautiful Polish dinnerware – this is my favorite photo of the month. On top of that, she is 71 years old and “finally successfully made paczki” for the first time. Thank you to Joyce Beczkowski Nicholas for this wonderful photo! 🇵🇱
Jan 31, 2021
For anyone wondering which recipes I make the most, my own go-to favorites, here they are:
No Knead Crusty Rolls: I always have some in the freezer because you can pop them into a 325° F oven for about 10 minutes and they are even more crusty than when first baked.
My Dinner Salad: With a few variations in olive oil dressings, pretty much every meal I make starts with a salad.
Pork Tenderloin Dinner: The pork is lean, takes on marinade really well, and I love roasted veggies.
Oven Chicken Veggie Kabobs: It’s an easy and simple one pan meal with delicious marinated chicken, and I always serve it with Basmati rice. One pan = easy cleanup.
Granola Bars: I make a lot of these granola bars. They can be a quick snack, dessert, or something to take on a hike or trip. There’s one in my purse right now.
Sweet Potato Chocolate Cake: Of all the chocolate cakes I make, this is my favorite And there’s a whole sweet potato in there for some vitamin A, or as we say in Canada, “Vitamin eh?” 🇨🇦
Cracked Wheat No Knead Bread: I love farm breads and this easy no knead bread with extra fiber is the one I make the most. I bake, slice, and freeze.
Sheet Pan Chicken & Vegetables: It’s fast, easy, healthy, low fat, and it all roasts in one pan. It’s delicious. I love this meal!
Bran Muffins: I make a dozen and freeze them for the days I crave traditional, old fashioned, bran muffins, which is almost every day.
Tapioca Pudding: Light as a cloud, this comfort food dessert is a family favorite. My husband swears I always take the bigger serving, but he can’t prove it. 😀
Giant Breakfast Cookies: These are almost a meal in themselves, chewy, delicious, and full of fiber. As soon as I’m down to one, I make more.
One Pan Broccoli Bean Pasta: I buy fresh broccoli every week so I know I can always make this quick and easy last minute dinner with my pantry staples of pasta and canned beans. Any time I can make dinner in one pan, I’m on it! 🥘
Jan 17, 2021
I chose this photo from Ellen in Oregon because as soon as I saw it, I turned on my oven to make my own Dutch Baby Pancake. Her way was exactly the way I serve mine, with a dusting of powdered sugar and lots of fresh fruit. Ellen made it for her husband’s birthday!
Click here for the recipe.
Jan 7, 2021
I love ❤️ love ❤️ love ❤️ this easy and healthy dinner. It’s a lot of vegetables but there is never one bite left when I make my sheet pan chicken and veggies. There are so many health benefits from this colorful variety of vegetables but you can use some of mine and add your own favorites. I used to put the chicken and veggies all on a bare pan but the chicken made a big hard-to-clean mess so now I put the chicken only on parchment paper. (the veggies will brown better on a bare pan).
I just cut a strip of parchment paper 4 by 10-inches long and place it at the far end of the pan.
Stirring the vegetables is key so they won’t stick. Instead of setting my timer for 25 minutes, I set it for 10 minutes, remove the pan to stir all the veggies, put it back and set the timer for another 10 minutes. I stir a second time and set the timer for the last 5 minutes. By cutting the chicken into two pieces, this dinner is ready to serve as soon as it’s done.
Since I’m cooking every day, I find myself looking for easier and faster ways to make a healthy meal and I make this one often because there’s not much to do once it’s in the oven. (more time to decide on what’s for dessert – today it’s peanut butter cookies, those easy ones made without flour 😋) I digressed. Back to my easy, healthy and so delicious sheet pan chicken dinner. Click here for the recipe. – jenny jones
p.s. I am now making my own peanut butter – – game changer! I will share it soon… Stay well, my fellow cooks!! ❤️
Jan 3, 2021
I make bran muffins on a “regular” basis. I freeze them and just take out one a day, put a little butter on it, and it’s my evening snack with a glass of warm milk. The combination of molasses and vanilla gives it that old school bran muffin taste. The older I get, the more I… make bran muffins.🙂 Click here for the recipe. – Jenny Jones
Jan 1, 2021
Some days, a big bowl of this thick and hearty soup is all I need for dinner, with one of my crusty rolls of course. Lentils are high in protein, low in fat, and have lots of health benefits. I used to have it without pureeing but once I pureed it in the food processor, I never went back. It comes out so thick and creamy, perfect for a cold winter day.
I use unsalted chicken stock but vegetarians can use vegetable stock. I sometimes add some chopped baby spinach in that last couple of minutes if I have it. Either way, lentil soup makes a healthy and satisfying meatless meal. (Don’t forget the crusty roll! 😋) Click here for the recipe. – Jenny Jones
Dec 1, 2020
It’s a thrill to see pictures of my recipes from all over the world. I love it, so please say where you’re from – include yourself in the photo too! (I post these manually so you won’t see it right away.) Use this link to send your photo: YourPhotos@JennyCanCook.com
Pj MADE MY 2-Hour FASTEST NO KNEAD BREAD
“Hello Jenny, I am Pj from Germany. I made your 2-hour fastest no knead bread with Type 1050/ High Gluten Flour (had to clear my pantry). Worked out wonderfully. Hubs was impressed. Thank you very much for sharing this recipe with the rest of the world. Your Youtube videos are a joy to watch. Here is the photo of the finished product. Thank you very much once again 🙂 Cheerios, Pj.”
– How exciting to see my bread being enjoyed in Germany! Thank you for taking time to send the photo. – jenny
SUE MADE MY POPPY SEED ROLL
“I love your recipes and I love you videos so easy to follow.”
– Wow! Yours came out beautifully! Thank you for the photo. – jenny
JON MADE MY FASTER NO KNEAD BREAD
“Your Faster No Knead Bread really works. First attempt was good, second even better. Have been trying to bake bread effortlessly for 40 years; now I can. Thanks! Jon.”
– I love that this bread is so effortless and yours looks awesome! Thank you.– jenny
CATHERINE MADE MY CINNAMON RAISIN BREAD
“Thank you for the fabulous recipe – it turned out amazing!”
– Boy that looks good! Thank you so much for the photo! – jenny
SUSETE MADE MY SIMPLE WHOLE WHEAT BREAD
“I made the recipe with white flour since I ran out of wheat. Came out beautiful and delicious. Did you spray your pan? Also give it a few minutes before you take it out of the pan.”
– Thank you for the photo. These days, I always grease my loaf pan. Your loaf looks perfect! – jenny
JEAN MADE MY NO KNEAD OLIVE BREAD
“Throughout the pandemic I have been experimenting with your no knead breads always a success!! I even have my sisters and cousins making them and we text pictures of our breads in our group chat! So much fun during such a trying time! Today I made whole wheat olive bread. 😋”
– I just had a grilled cheese sandwich today on my olive bread and loved it. Thank you for the photo and I’m glad you like experimenting. – jenny
LIEZEL MADE MY 2-HOUR FASTEST NO KNEAD BREAD
KERRY (from New Jersey) MADE MY 2-HOUR FASTEST NO KNEAD BREAD
“So fun watching your videos- and this bread came out better than the OVERNIGHT one I tried! Winner!”
– I’m glad to hear it. It looks really good. Thank you. – jenny
ELYSIA MADE MY NO KNEAD BREAD
“Thanks for the recipe! My first one came out perfect.”
– Congratulations on a beautiful first loaf. Thank you for your photo. – jenny
MARILYNN MADE MY PIZZA DOUGH
“Thank you Jenny! Your pizza dough is easy and delicious! I made pizza for the first time. I loosely followed the Food Network Kitchen’s Arugula-Prosciutto Pizza. It was delicious!!! Finding your website and recipes is the best part of Covid! Best wishes, Marilynn.”
– Thank you for this tantalizing picture. I love arugula and this looks so delicious! – jenny
JOANIE (from Ireland) MADE MY EASY CRISPY FOCACCIA
“Jenny, thank so much for a fab recipe! ~ Joanie (Ireland).”
– I can almost smell it from here. Thank you for the photo! – jenny
CATHY MADE MY 100% WHOLE WHEAT BREAD
“This was so easy, really. Mine sat for nearly 17 hours before I baked it, (it was my day off, I slept in). Turned out really well! Such a deep wheat flavor. I’m looking forward to toast for breakfast tomorrow. Thank you for the recipe – Cathy.”
– Thank you for the photos. That crust looks fantastic and super crunchy! – jenny
ROSE MADE MY BRAIDED CINNAMON RAISIN BREAD
“You have a new fan Jenny! I known to be a terrible baker but this came out beautifully and it’s delicious!”
– I’m so glad to hear it. Thank you for your photos – it does look delicious! – jenny
JASON MADE MY FALL OFF THE BONE RIBS
“Your recipe was amazing. And thank you so much for stressing the importance of rack location in the oven. That is so overlooked in most recipes and online videos. Respectfully, Jason R. Hillman.”
– Thank you for the photo. Your ribs look absolutely perfect! 😋 – jenny
DAWN (from Washington) MADE MY CINNAMON ROLLS
“Hi Jenny, I used an instant yeast packet and was concerned when the roll slices didn’t expand to fill up my 8-inch pan, I still had spaces between the rolls. I consulted your dough FAQ and didn’t see any other mistakes I could have made. So I followed your advice to continue on to finish baking and see how it turned out. As you see, the dough expanded when it started baking and this turned out great. And the dental floss makes it so easy. These were as good as they look! Thanks for helping me celebrate the new year! ~ Dawn Miller McKimpson, Vancouver, WA.”
– They do look good. Thank you for your photo and I’m glad you stuck with it. – jenny
BEV (from Canada) MADE MY EASY PUMPKIN BARS
“Hi Jenny – This afternoon I made your Easy Pumpkin Bars – so quick and absolutely yummy. Haven’t met a recipe of yours yet that I haven’t liked! Thank you for continuing to be an inspiration to those of us who are spending more time in our kitchens these days. Bev (from Canada).”
– Thank you! I had a craving for these bars yesterday and make them for dessert. They freeze well so I froze some for later. – jenny
JULIE (from California) MADE MY QUICK & EASY CHOCOLATE CAKE
“Hi Jenny! I am so grateful to have stumbled across your wonderful recipes! Your quick and easy chocolate cake will surely become a staple in our household as it was simple to make and it turned out delicious 🙂 Thank you so much for sharing your recipes! Kind regards, Julie S. from Corona, CA.”
– Thanks for your pretty photo. I just made this cake myself for dessert tonight. 😋 – jenny
LYNETTE (from Oregon) MADE MY NO KNEAD RYE BREAD
“Jenny- This is the best, easiest, and most versatile bread recipe I’ve come across. (And I’ve been baking A LOT during quarantine!) For this easy sandwich rye I added 1/2 cup plain yogurt to the 1 cup of water, and 1/2 cup rye flour to the remaining 2 1/2 cups bread flour. I also added 1T of caraway seeds. It’s soft with a tender crumb, and tastes wonderful! ~ Lynette Anderson, Portland Oregon.”
– I love rye bread and yours looks and sounds delicious, especially with caraway seeds. Thank you. – jenny
SANDRA (from California) MADE MY CARAMEL CORN
“This was the second recipe I have tried from your website. I made two batches to hand out as Christmas gifts. They all loved it. Sandra, San Diego, CA.”
– I know! I give it every Christmas and people start asking about it in September! Thank you for the photo – it looks great! – jenny
TAMMY MADE MY SPROUTED WHEAT BREAD
“I used ALL 100% sprouted whole wheat flour to make it easier on blood sugar and therefore less impact on weight. It is just as soft and wonderful as the original recipe, Jenny! You have a GREAT recipe here that I’ve made many times now, and all who’ve had it, LOVE it! Thank you so much!”
– I’m going to try it your way next time. Your bread looks amazing! Thank you. – jenny
DOREEN MADE MY NO KNEAD BREAD
“Easy to make and soooo delicious! Thank you, Jenny. ~ Doreen Hutton🤗”
– Thank you for your photo. I can almost hear the crunch of that beautiful crust! – jenny
ELLEN (from Oregon) MADE MY DUTCH BABY PANCAKE
“Hi Jenny, I’m ellen from Oregon. I made this Dutch Baby for my husbands birthday. Was pretty and so delicious on this rainy and stormy kind of day. Thanks Jenny.”
– That is a perfect Dutch Baby! Happy Birthday to your hubby and thanks for the wonderful photos. – jenny
LYNETTE (from Oregon) MADE MY 2-HOUR NO KNEAD BREAD
Nov 7, 2020
Well, we’re still staying home and cooking so pictures are coming in from all over the world. I love it, so please say where you’re from – include yourself in the photo too! (I post these manually so you won’t see it right away.) Use this link to send your photo: YourPhotos@JennyCanCook.com
SUSAN (from Canada) MADE MY BRAIDED CINNAMON RAISIN BREAD
“So easy so delicious – Braided sweet bread. Maid twice in two weeks! Toasted is delicious. From Susan, Ontario. 🇨🇦”
– Wow, that turned out beautifully! Thank you so much for this tantalizing photo. – jenny
LYNETTE MADE MY 2-HOUR FASTEST NO KNEAD BREAD
“I substituted 1/2 cup IPA beer for a part of the water/ delicious!”
– Thank you for these great photos. For anyone wondering, IPA is India Pale Ale (I looked it up 🍺). – jenny
NORA MADE MY NO KNEAD CRUSTY ROLLS
“No Knead Rolls – Presentation Twist – I love watching your videos and was excited when I came across your No Knead Rolls recipe. Since Christmas is here, I decided to serve it up a little differently than what you did in the video. Happy Holidays to everyone! Nora B.”
– What a great idea! You may have started something here. Thank you so much and I hope you had a great Christmas. – jenny
BHAIRAVI MADE MY PECAN BALLS
“Hi Jenny. Wishing you a very merry Christmas and Happy Holidays! Stay healthy and safe out there ! My recent teen son (how do they grow up so fast ?!) and I baked some wonderful cookies together for the holidays … it was perfect mom-son time during these crazy times and your Christmas snowball cookies recipe was a hit. They literally “melt” in your mouths! Thank you so much. Love, Bhairavi Kiwalkar.”
– Thank you for making Christmas Day even more special. The photo is simply beautiful. Merry Christmas to you and your “suddenly teenage” son! 😍 – jenny
EVA MADE MY NO KNEAD BREAD
“No knead bread ❤️😃 thanks Jenny!”
– Thank you for the photo. It looks crunchy good! – jenny
KASIA (from Alaska) MADE MY MAKOWIEC
VANESSA MADE MY NO KNEAD BREAD & CINNAMON ROLLS
“Made your fab bread and cinnamon rolls… AMAZING!!”
– They both look fantastic! Thank you for your photos. – jenny
CINDY MADE MY CHICKEN POT PIE & APPLE PIE
“Your recipe from your Chicken Pot Pie (cut out is a heart) & Apple Pie (cut out is my Sheltie dog Dayze. Both tasted incredible.”
– I love your creative cutouts. Thank you for the photos and Happy Holidays to you. – jenny
SANDRA MADE MY NO KNEAD “HEART” BREAD
“I tried the 2-hour no knead bread in the Dutch oven. It fell out of the bowl into the pot and I wasn’t sure how it would look. It was a clumsy mess in the Dutch oven. However it came out heart-shaped and delicious. It was an easy recipe.”
– Let’s hope for another “clumsy mess” on Valentine’s Day.❤️ Thank you for this great photo. – jenny
JAINI (from London) MADE MY CINNAMON ROLLS & MORE
DAWN (from Washington) MADE MY HAMBURGER BUNS
“Hi Jenny, What do you do for dinner when all you have on hand is ground beef and shredded cheese until the next grocery pickup? Burger buns to the rescue! This was my first time making your hamburger buns and they came out fluffy soft and tasted amazing. Your failproof recipes always work out great on the first try. Thanks for rescuing our dinner! Dawn Miller McKimpson, Vancouver, Washington.”
– I’m glad to be of service. 🙂 Those buns look great! Thank you for the photo. – jenny
JENNIFER MADE MY NO KNEAD BREAD (with cranberries & walnuts)
“Hi Jenny, I actually remember your show I didn’t watch it because it wasn’t really my type of thing but I definitely remember you hosting that show. Anyway, thank you so much for the bread recipe. I’m making my fourth one tonight! This has become my Sunday night habit oh, kind of a nice way to bring happiness to a Sunday night before work tomorrow! I have noticed a lot of knockoffs here on YouTube and I called out one of the people. I think you should give credit where credit is due, to you.🤗
Anyway with that being said here is a picture of my cranberry walnut loaf. I have also made an herb bread with fresh herbs from my garden, and raisin walnut bread. All of them have been delicious. I can’t believe I used to pay $4-5 for a loaf of this bread , I think I can make it for about $1.20. I think, thinking… Tonight’s loaf be something with herbs, chia seeds and ground flax seeds. But the possibilities are endless. Wait a minute maybe a Chia and flax seed, herb cheese bread oh my! 💗 Thank you, Jennifer.”
– All your ideas sound fantastic. Thank you for sharing. – jenny
SUE MADE MY WHOLE WHEAT BREAD
“Hi Jenny. Everyone I share bread with from your recipe absolutely raves about it. I use the recipe for white bread too, since not all like wheat. I haven’t bought grocery store bread for months now. Thank you for sharing your talent. Sincerely, Sue Ott.”
– Your loaves look wonderful! ? How nice that you’re sharing your baking (and your photos!). Thank you. – jenny
JENNIFER MADE MY NO KNEAD CRUSTY ROLLS
“I made your No Knead Bread a while ago and it was amazing! Today I made my split pea soup from our Thanksgiving ham bone and thought your No Knead Rolls would be perfect. THEY WERE!!!! Thank you for all you share. I love watching your videos. You make cooking look so easy. My daughter is hounding me to write my recipes down because I cook from scratch most of the time and I don’t even think of it while I am cooking. Most of what I cook is based on how I feel at the time I am cooking.”
– Thank you for your photo. I agree with your daughter – maybe she can watch and make notes? Handing down recipes is a valuable tradition. – jenny
JACKIE & her 7-year old daughter (from North Carolina) MADE MY BREADSTICKS
“Thanks Jenny! What a happy surprise to see your face after all these years. My 7 yr old loves breadsticks and after waiting for yeast, homeschooling to calm down, and her finger sprain from playing with her brother, we finally got to make them. I could tell by your video you know what you are doing. They are fab. Sesame and also everything bagel seed mix. Yours, Jackie Hayes in Charlotte, NC.”
– They look amazing! Please tell your daughter she did an awesome job and to keep cooking! It’s really fun. – jenny
PATSY MADE MY NO KNEAD BREAD
“Hi, Jenny, I’ve been making all kinds of bread for years (even the no knead in the Dutch oven) and this recipe is without a doubt the best artisanal bread that I have ever made. Thank you. The crust, the inside , just everything about it.I made it yesterday and I’m making another one today for a friend.”
– That’s a great looking crust. Thank you for your photo. – jenny
VIORICA (from Finland) MADE MY CHOCOLATE CUPCAKES
“Dear Jenny, thank you so much for your great and well explained recipes. They always make my cooking time more and more enjoyable. My name is Viorica Bucur and I live in Finland. I tried many of your recipes and they work very well. Furthermore I posted some of my culinary creations inspired from your recipes on my instagram account: viorica4397. I would like to confess to you that from all your recipes that I’ve done till now your Easy healthier chocolate cupcakes I’ve made at least 20 times. In my opinion it’s a quite forgiving recipe because I successfully add each time in it different other ingredients such as orange extract or chocolate ganache and they are still so tasty.
In order to frost my cupcakes I used your chocolate frosting recipe with sourcream (in my first pic), 2-minute chocolate frosting (in the second pic), but also your 2-minute vanilla frosting (in my third pic) in which I also add some colour. I like also to add to frosting different berries which I pick up with my family from our forest.
Thank you again for your wonderful recipes!!! Warm hugs from cold Finland. Best regards, Viorica Bucur.”
– Thank you for these beautiful cupcakes. I visited Helsinki a few years ago on a vacation cruise – it was a wonderful experience! – jenny
ROD (from South Africa) MADE MY NO KNEAD BREAD
“Hi Jenny! The no knead came out better and better every time. It is now an art form! The inside is the most perfectly cooked result I have had. Thanks. Luvya. Rod McGregor – Kelinemonde, Eastern Cape, South Africa.”
– I am SO excited to see my bread in South Africa! And such a stunning loaf. Thank you! – jenny
Try to eat just one of these light and delicious bars! They seem to melt in your mouth. This is a quick recipe that uses less sugar than most and even less butter and cream cheese in the frosting. There’s only one ounce of cream cheese and one tablespoon of butter in the frosting.
I can never seem to get the top smooth but it doesn’t matter since they’re frosted anyway. Plus, you can always frost them upside down. My oil of choice for baking is avocado oil but they’re not all the same. Look for one that is light colored and flavorless. (see my brand under “Products I Use”). I line my pan with foil for easy cleanup and I frost these bars right in the pan.
Some days I crave pumpkin pie but don’t want to work that hard. These fragrant bars are the next best thing. (My husband calls them pumpkin brownies – sounds like a ploy for me to put in some chocolate chips ? – maybe next time.) Click here for the recipe – Jenny Jones