And now for something completely different. Was joking about a series of sakevisual-themed recipes (since I tend to include food in a lot of things I write), and wound up making this card just to see how it would look. This is NOT my original recipe, but it’s one of my favorites to teach beginners because it’s stunningly easy, and it tastes amazing.
-Experiment with the ice cream you use. Vanilla is fine, but things like pecan turn out pretty great.
-Mix in fruits, nuts, or chocolate chips. Really, whatever you feel like.
-Let the ice cream melt a little bit before trying to mix it in with the flour. It’ll be easier.
-This recipe can be doubled, so if you think that’s going to make a tiny bread loaf, just make twice as much batter.
-If you’re having trouble getting the bread out of the pan, grease it or line it with parchment paper before adding the batter.
-If you don’t have self-rising flour, you can make it. For every 1 cup of flour, add 1.5 teaspoons of baking powder, and 0.5 teaspoons of salt.