I made bread today using this recipe, as per all buttoned up. Not surprisingly, it’s halfway gone already. Two hungry boys and one hungry man will do that to a loaf (or two).
I made these same modifications, but used brown rice syrup as the sweetener because I didn’t have enough of anything else. Oh wait, I did have maple syrup. That probably would have worked too.
It came out deliciously wonderful. I made one regular loaf and one cinnamon raisin by rolling one into a long rectangle and spreading on earth balance with a bit of brown sugar, cinnamon and raisins. Divine.
I have put the bread away, trying to save a bit for tomorrow, and maybe even Monday (wishful thinking). Already there have been requests for more future bakings.
this bread looks lovely. i am going through a major bread love fest. i may have to copy your simply steps to a cinnamon raisin loaf. i have been using the recipe’s from “healthy bread in five minutes a day” and i am totally hooked on having fresh yummy bread all the time. 🙂
The bread looks delicious. Thanks for linking the recipe.
oh, again you inspire me!! That sounds divine, I used to make a “seed” bread that I loved making, pumpkin, sunflower, whatever we had around, and then some spices.. yum, I may make that this week!
Nothing better tasting than homemade bread!!
We really like bread around here and had to
start putting it in the Freezer to keep from
eating it up so fast.
God Bless You and Yours!!!
Yum…. I LOVE homemade bread. Of course, I’m totally spoiled and grew up on it–due to some food allergies on her part (to corn, which is in EVERYTHING), my mom always made our bread. Yours looks so yummy, it’s making me want a fresh-baked loaf right now! Might be a good snow day activity…
Yum! Thanks for sharing that recipe. I love making homemade breads for the family! I’ll definitely be giving that a try. 🙂