I've got several posts that are work-in-progress, but in the meantime, I did have something fun and easy that I've been wanting to share. For Christmas, Abigail got a subscription to the Highlights magazine from her cousin. Who would have guessed that while Abigail and I were reading it, I would find a great recipe. And, in her very first issue (January 2011) nonetheless! The recipe is for Pocket Bread, i.e., Pita Bread, and it couldn't be easier to make (it should be, it's from a kid's magazine). It's also very food allergy friendly with only 4 ingredients. I haven't tried to make it with a wheat flour substitute, or for that matter, a more healthy whole wheat flour. I should experiment.
Here's the recipe:
Told you it was easy and so much better for you than the processed pockets with all those added ingredients from the grocery store. You just have to plan ahead to allow time for the dough to rise. I love using these for a quick dinner. My favorite fillings - lettuce, tomato, grilled chicken strips, cucumbers, roasted red peppers, feta cheese and Greek salad dressing.
Off to bed. Another incredibly busy day tomorrow!