Oh my! This recipe is SO amazing. I just have to tell you about it! (And how to get it.)
A few months ago, my bread machine broke.
It was irreparable.
Kind of a disaster as I used it to make all sorts of things for easy breakfasts, school lunches and after school snacks: pizza, rolls, iced buns, doughnuts, bread….
I tried making a yeast dough by hand. Oh, it took so long! And really didn’t rise so well.
We stopped eating homemade doughnuts, buns and breads.
THEN a few weeks ago,
I discovered Miracle Dough!
And a miracle it is!
It contains 5 simple ingredients, including water and yeast.
It only needs 10 minutes to rise.
In 25 minutes, you have a dough ready to bake. Amazing!
Are you a little skeptical? I was! Can a yeast dough really be that quick?
I tried it out.
Here’s what I’ve made so far:
Photos all mine (of the food I made using Miracle Dough). Recipes all Tiffany Azure’s from the Miracle Dough Cookbook. (I’ll tell you more about that later. Keep reading!)
What can I say! I can’t get enough of these pretzels. I’ve made them twice.
Soft, chewy, salty yum. With a slight crunch of crust.
I’d never made pretzels before in my life.
Did you know you have to boil them in a bubbling mix of water and soda of bicarbonate for a few seconds before baking?
I didn’t have a clue!
Lots of fun to make. Watch that boiling water explode as you add the bicarbonate!
The only thing I need to work on is my pretzel shape. (My daughter did a great job helping, and made better shapes than me!)
Will definitely be making these pretzels again. I’m going to try thinner crunchier ones too.
I love cinnamon rolls!
And these ones are great. Soft and fluffy. Sweet, sticky, cinnamon loveliness!
And so quick to make.
Twenty-five minutes for the miracle dough.
Five minutes to spread on the butter, sugar and cinnamon mix, roll the dough, and cut it up.
Twenty-five minutes to bake.
Add a ‘Krispy Kreme’ style glaze. (My recipe: 1 tsp butter, melted, 1 tsp vanilla flavouring, 1 cup icing sugar, enough water to make a runny glaze).
The minute they ate this pizza, my kids were asking for it again!
It was SOooo good!
Soft light pizza base (yes, that’s Miracle Dough!)
Lots of tomato sauce and cheese on top.
The whole pizza ready in forty-five minutes. From start to finish.
No more thinking hours ahead when I want to make pizza!
So, my verdict?
Miracle Dough works!
It more than works. It’s fantastic!
I’d love to tell you the recipe for Miracle Dough…
…but it’s copyrighted to it’s lovely creator Tiffany Azure, so I can’t post it here.
I can tell you how to get it!
Tiffany has written a wonderful eCookbook called Miracle Dough (surprise surprise).
It contains the recipe for Miracle Dough, step-by-step pictures for making it, and 30 delicious recipes to make using Miracle Dough.
Yes, 30 different recipes, savoury and sweet, all using the same dough! Including the ones I made above.
(I altered the recipe slightly for the savoury recipes, by using half the honey….one of the secret ingredients! The dough still worked great.)
I can’t wait to try the other recipes.
Next on my list are: Cheesy Garlic Sticks, BBQ Chicken Pockets, Mozzarella Stuffed Breadsticks, Caramel Sticky Buns, Pepperoni Calzones, Chocolate Chip Crescents….
Oh…forget it…I just want to try everything!
Well, let me know if you try Miracle Dough.
What did you bake? What do you think? Add a comment below.
PS. I’ve just made something else: doughnuts! No photos as they were gone too quick!
There is no doughnut recipe in the Miracle Dough Cookbook. I simply rolled out the Miracle Dough, cut it into circles using a cookie cutter, then cut a hole in the middle of each using a vitamin tube! Fried them in oil. And added a ‘Krispy Kreme’ style glaze (see above).
They were deliciously scrumptious!
PPS. You can get the Miracle Dough Cookbook here!