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This clean eating housewarming bread makes the perfect sandwich bread!

If you’ve ever watched “It’s A Wonderful Life”, you may remember a part of the movie where George and Mary welcome the Martinis to their new house. Mary says to Mrs. Martini,

“Bread, that this house may never know hunger. Salt, that life may always have flavor.”

Then George says to Mr. Martini,

“And wine… that joy and prosperity may reign forever.”

I love this part of the movie because I’m a sucker for these types of traditions. They have so much meaning and good will behind them and sadly, they are quickly becoming a thing of the past.

Clean Eating Housewarming Bread (Sandwich Bread)


Many of these types of traditions are already extinct. I think this is a sad thing because these types of traditions add a certain “flavor” to everyday life that is lacking in our ever busy, technologically “improved” lifestyle these days.

I don’t talk a lot about my home life on this blog for multiple reasons. But I’m so excited right now that I just had to share with you, not only a recipe for hearty and delicious Clean Eating Housewarming Bread, but also my reason for baking it in the first place.


About 2 years ago, my husband lost his job. We lost our home to foreclosure like so many in this country, and had to move in with my in-laws. Bless their hearts, they are very generous people. I’m sure having 3 of us plus a cat move in was not part of their retirement plan!

I can also tell you that when you go through job loss and the loss of your home, you find out VERY quickly who your friends are and who they are not. You find out who will stand by you when it counts, and who won’t. You find out what people really think of you. It’s a life altering experience and a blow to your ego. It’s scary, it’s depressing, and it can feel close to impossible to get back on your feet. But when there is a child involved, you have to put on a happy face and do your best to just get through “today“. It’s not easy.Β It’s been a tough struggle these last 2 years with many more downs than ups. And sadly, many truths come out in a marriage as well. My marriage did not survive all of this for multiple reasons. But there is finally a light at the end of the tunnel!


With the growing success of this blog I was finally able to get enough money together to rent a small apartment. It’s tiny, but to me, it’s 500 square feet of pure, independent bliss. I finally feel like I can hold my head up again. There’s a lot to be said for being able to say that you can put a roof over your child’s head all by yourself. The feeling is like no other.

So from now on, this is the kitchen where I will be preparing all the recipes I share with you here.

Clean Eating Sandwich Bread

Not bad, eh? It’s a cute little place and I’ll have it set up and feeling like home in no time.

Mini Chef is very excited about the move and his new school, and I’m really thrilled to have a new start in life.Β What a feeling! A place to call home!

So with that in mind, I made this sandwich bread to celebrate my new home, and also with the hope of encouraging just a little bit of an old tradition before it disappears into the computer age.

I would like to also say thank you to Angelica Z. for sharing this recipe with me. It’s wonderful! I had to change the recipe slightly based on what I had, but it’s a really great recipe.


This wonderful bread knife is the knife that I have and use almost daily, especially for sandwich bread. It’s a knife that you’ll have for a lifetime. Find one of these fabulous knives on amazon here! (affiliate link)

Clean Eating Sandwich Bread


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Clean Eating Housewarming Bread (Sandwich Bread)

Clean Eating Housewarming Bread

This wonderful bread is fantastic for sandwiches. It makes a lovely gift for anything from a housewarming gift to a holiday gift. Any way you slice it, it's good bread!
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Course: Breads
Cuisine: American
Prep Time: 20 minutes
Cook Time: 10 minutes
Rise Time: 2 hours 30 minutes
Total Time: 30 minutes
Servings: 2 loaves
Calories: 2198kcal
Author: The Gracious Pantry


  • 3 cups warm water (hot, but cool enough to stick your finger in it without burning yourself)
  • 1 tbsp. instant yeast (active dry yeast)
  • 1 tbsp. Sucanat (affiliate link) (or honey)
  • 3/4 cup vital wheat gluten (found at most health food stores)
  • 1/4 cup 10-grain cereal (uncooked - I used multi-grain cereal from Trader Joe's)
  • 1 1/2 cups oat flour
  • 5 1/2 cups white whole wheat flour
  • 1/2 cup olive oil (or any light flavored oil)
  • 2 tsp. salt


  • Combine all ingredients in a large stand-mixer bowl with a dough hook and mix on low for approx 3 minutes until combined. turn up to med-low and kneed for 7 minutes (Place all dry ingredients in a large mixing bowl and whisk together. Then add the wet ingredients and knead by hand for at least 5 minutes).
  • Place dough in a large bowl and cover with plastic wrap, allow to rise until doubled, approx 1 hour.
  • Gently press down on dough to release any air bubbles and divide into two equal pieces. shape and put each into a 9x5 loaf pan. allow to double again, about 1-1 1/2 hr.
  • Meanwhile, preheat oven to 375 F.
  • When dough is ready, place in oven and bake for 25-30 minutes. you will know when bread is ready when it sounds hollow when you tap on the bottom, OR if you have a kitchen thermometer, plunge it into the center of one of the loaves, if the temperature registers between 190 - 210F, its done.


Please note that the nutrition data below is a ballpark figure. Exact data is not possible. Also note that the data here is for an ENTIRE loaf. Divide this data by the number of slices you cut to get a per-slice count.


Serving: 1entire loaf | Calories: 2198kcal | Carbohydrates: 313g | Protein: 95g | Fat: 69g | Saturated Fat: 9g | Sodium: 1964mg | Potassium: 849mg | Fiber: 42g | Sugar: 8g | Calcium: 350mg | Iron: 14.6mg

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  1. Connie Hansen says:

    I love rye bread. In the morning it is great toasted and dipped into my hot tea, for lunch; swiss cheese and mustard and for dinner to accompany a rich meat stew. There are few foods that aren’t enhanced by lovely rye!

  2. Jen Reeves says:

    Thanks for the recipe! I’ve been making my own breads for 2 years now when I found I had a food sensitivity to cane sugar and am always looking for new recipes to try. My favorite is homemade foccacia.

  3. Anna Tanner says:

    Whatever is hot out of the oven!

  4. Atdepaulis says:

    Congrats on your new home!! It is tough but so glad to hear you have your own place. Doesnt matter how big or small it is.,what matters is the family love, bonds, and memories made within. πŸ™‚
    Cant wait to try this receipe!

  5. Cheri Meadows says:

    Congratulations on your new apartment! Life is full of hurdles, speedbumps and potholes. You really do learn who your friends are when you encounter a rough patch, but the upside is that through all of it you come out a stronger person which makes the next rough patch a little easier. One of my favorite quotes is “Go over, go under, go around or go through, but never give up.”

    My favorite bread is just a warm, fresh out of the oven wheat bread.

  6. N. Cozzolino says:

    My favorite bread is italian bread. Thank you!

  7. Hi Tiffany — congratulations on your new apartment! I’ve been reading your blog and trying a recipe here and there for the last year. We’re not quite completely ‘clean’ at my house, but we’re getting there. You’ve been a big help! My favorite bread is a crispy-on-the-outside but soft-on-the-inside baguette. Any way to make a clean one? Thanks!

  8. Anna Graves Herring says:

    Sorry, here is my name and email: Anna Herring (

  9. Jen Hector says:, a $109 knife?! I’d be scared to use it for a bit lol! (I’m sure I’d get over it, I bet it is AMAZING!) Thanks for the chance to win such an awesome tool!
    Now for the favorite bread question……does just bread count? πŸ™‚ I LOVE a nice warm piece of bread with a little bit of coconut oil on top. Any bread will do really. I do love pretzel dough made into dinner rolls (I have yet to try a clean version, therefor I don’t get them often, but they are amazing). Also, a fresh HOMEMADE sourdough is great.
    Now I want bread.
    Thanks again, and congrats on the new place!!
    Jen Hector

  10. kat pazdziora says:

    Freshly baked Polish Rye is the best

  11. Sondra Sweeney says:

    My absolute favorite bread is hard to narrow down to just one. I never eat white bread.
    I love anything whole grain that I can add things like milled flax seed, wheat germ, and such to. So with that in mind I have to say a multi grain whole wheat.
    I want to wish you well. It sounds like you have worked very hard to get back into having your own roof over your head again. That’s awesome! Actually I own a 1994 moble home whose kitchen has only 1/2 the cabinet space of yours, so you accomplished a lot, getting a really nice kitchen for a home that only has 500 square feet is miraculous! I applaud you! Blessings to you and yours, Sondra

  12. I am a big fan of Zucchini bread. My grandmother always made it and I am looking forward to trying this amazing recipe. I have not had bread since I started my new life of healthy clean living and suprised…dont miss it. I do miss the baked breads like zucchini bread.
    Thanks for all the great recipes.
    Heather Burns

  13. Tanya Presley says:

    A BIG BIG CONGRATS !!!! ON YOUR NEW PLACE!!!! How very exciting !!!! May God bless you and family!

    1. graciouspantry says:

      Thank you! πŸ™‚

  14. Being from Minnesota, I have to say my favorite homemade bread has definitely got to be beer bread! The taste of it pairs wonderfully with fall and winter soups and stews– just thinking of it makes me hungry for it πŸ™‚

  15. Jeannie Mayer says:

    I would say that my favorite type of bread is the one my grandma used to bake at Easter. I have no idea what it is called but she would lace up the top and it baked golden brown and tasted light as air. I wish I would have spent more time with her in the kitchen so that I could duplicate it.

  16. Mandy Frayer says:

    Hi I’m Mandy I just found your page today and I am so excited about it. My favorite bread would have to be lemon poppy seed.

    Mandy Frayer –

  17. LouAnn Dahlager says:

    I love all variety of fruit quick breads – banana, apple-cinnamon, rhubarb – YUM!

  18. graciouspantry says:

    Thanks so much! I hope things are looking up for you as well. Tough times…

  19. graciouspantry says:

    You can certainly try it. It would probably be okay.

  20. graciouspantry says:

    There is hope! Hang in there. It feels like you’re going to cave. Like things can’t possibly get any worse. But things to change. Be strong!

  21. graciouspantry says:

    Thanks Donna!

  22. graciouspantry says:

    Yes it does. Thank you for commenting!

  23. graciouspantry says:

    Haha!! I know what you mean! Enjoy the bread. πŸ™‚

  24. graciouspantry says:

    Thank you! πŸ™‚

  25. graciouspantry says:

    You don’t have to leave it in your comment. Just the areas where prompted when leaving your comment. I just need a way to identify and contact you. Thanks.

  26. graciouspantry says:

    Thank you! πŸ™‚

  27. graciouspantry says:

    Thanks so much!

  28. graciouspantry says:

    I get mine at whole foods.

  29. graciouspantry says:

    So true! Being thankful is the only way to live. : )

  30. graciouspantry says:

    Thank you! : )

  31. graciouspantry says:

    Hahaha!!! I love those too!

  32. Pat Lightfoot says:

    my favorite bread is homemade sour dough, I love it the best.

  33. Congratulations! My favorite bread is rye, but I really love any variety.

  34. Connieanz54 says:

    My heart goes out to you and your family!! How wonderful that you can have your own home again! Blessings on you and your husband for all your hard work…your son will see by example what true loving parents you are!

    1. graciouspantry says:

      Thanks so much! πŸ™‚

  35. Susan Galllo says:

    My favorite bread to make in my bread machine is French bread. So yummy!

  36. So excited for your great news! A blessing for sure. I am a bread freak, hard to pick one but will say sourdough.

  37. Krista Jenkins says:

    My favorite is dark rye bread with lots of nuts and seeds. I have not tried a bread with multigrain cereal but I may try this one.

  38. Christy Dickison says:

    Oooo….favorite type!? Hot!… ;o) I LOVE bread. My favorite are hot rolls with deadly white flour, and honey butter. I don’t eat them anymore (because who can eat just one piece!!!!) but they’re definitely my favorite.

  39. As I sit here with tears in my eyes!!! I am so incredibly happy for you!!! We went thru a layoff when the economy took a dive and it was THE scariest time of my life. I wish for you gobs of happiness in your new home. Peace.
    Jan Gomes

    1. graciouspantry says:

      Awww, thanks so much!

  40. Sheila Mansfield says:

    I have a flax seed roll that I love to make

  41. Ann Braziel says:

    You are truly a remarkable young woman. I so enjoy your interesting stories about the adorable Mini Chef and more and more the back stories about you and Mr. Gracious Pantry. I’m sorry times have been so tough for the three of you, but it’s amazing how those terrible times make you and your marriage stronger. After 44 years we can now laugh about the early years and 27 cents in the bank, 2 tea bags and 1/2 pack of Saltine crackers and two weeks left til payday.

    Just know you have spread much joy and invaluable information to many people.
    You are a treasure and I am thankful to have found you.

    1. graciouspantry says:

      Ann – Thanks so much!

  42. I am looking forward to making this when I move in 2 weeks. My favorite bread growing up was sourdough cheese bread and my grandmother would make it for my birthday every year!
    Thanks for all of your hard work!
    Brittany Nance

  43. Asmilligan17 says:

    Does croissant count as a bread? πŸ˜‰ congrats on the new place! I live in a 400 sq ft house. It’s small, but very cozy. As long as you’ve got a workable kitchen and your fam, what else do you need?

  44. I love Whole Wheat Banana Nut Bread… Always turns out terrific!

  45. Inese Berzina-Pitcher says:

    I love trying your recipes. My favorite bread is Latvian Rye made with a starter not yeast.

  46. Heather Mathis says:

    My favorite kind of bread is the one my Nana has made since she was 6yrs old in Newfoundland Canada. It’s like a white bread, but have never tasted it anywhere else. I’ve called it “Newfy” bread as long as I can remember. I know it’s not good for you but I eat it every time she makes it.

  47. Stephanie Blind says:

    This looks like a great recipe – I definitely want to try it out! I love what you said about traditions – it’s so true, and my family traditions are really important to me. Thanks for sharing your personal story with us – it sounds like you and your husband are really hard workers and are setting a great example for your son. Congratulations on your new apartment – I’m sure a ton of delicious food will come out of that kitchen to nourish your family and create wonderful memories.

    I love so many kinds of bread, but I think my favorite is probably sourdough. Love the tanginess!

  48. graciouspantry says:

    I can imagine the struggle! I wish you all the best. I’m sure you’ll land on your feet even better than before.

  49. Trudefaith says:

    I love challah! the braided brown crust, and the beautiful yellow color inside- so good for so many things- my favorites are, sandwiches with moms chopped liver ( not clean but oh so good) and one of my all time favorites is french toast! its is also the first thing I got to help my mom bake when I was young. on the table most Friday nights with a pot of moms chicken soup. this bread is one of my favorite memories- and I still make it often.

    many happy wishes to you and your family in your new home-
    Trude Wofford

  50. Homemade whole grain honey oat bread is fabulous! Simple ingredients you knead with your own hands really adds the satisfaction of making it your own. I swear that makes it taste better! Here’s my shot at winning an excellent tool to cut my homemade goodness!!

    R.C. Liley

  51. So happy for your good news. I look forward to your recipes. I can’t resist crunchy french bread dipped in oil and vinegar. Such a treat.

    Your fan,
    Kirsta Martino

  52. Ann Tygret McCrea says:

    Your new kitchen looks amazing! Very happy for you, your Mr and your Mini πŸ™‚

    Bread – my favorite is homemade sweet Hawaiian warm from the oven (esp if I can be in Hawaii having it there!).

    atmccrea -at- gmail -dot- com

  53. Happy to hear your good news! Bread has always been a favorite of mine and if I had to choose I would say crunchy sourdough. Dipped in oil and vinegar it makes a treat. I want to try paleo bread but it is always sold out here in the San Francisco Bay Area.

    Thanks for all the WONDERFUL recipes!
    Your fan,
    Kirsta Martino

  54. Amy beller says:

    Most definitely warm sourdough!

  55. Congratulations on your new adventure! Your new kitchen is adorable. My kitchen is my favorite place to be and baking bread is a favorite pass time. I love the smell when bread is in the oven. It warms my heart and my home. I’ve never tried any of the Wusthof products simply because the prices are too high for my little cooking butdget but I’m happy to register for the free giveaway! God Bless –
    Carla Zemak

  56. Sadiesuzanne says:

    My homemade yeast rolls are a big hit here in my house and with my neighbors and friends.

    Debbie Lauck

  57. Sherry Street says:

    I think my all time favorite would be zucchini. I’m actually getting ready to bake the recipe that you have on your blog. I can’t wait to taste it. I am truly happy for you and your family on building your life back. The kitchen looks great in your new apartment. I hope to see many more recipes from that kitchen.

  58. Cheryl Aker says:

    Fresh sourdough is one of my favorites!!

  59. Jesslafon says:

    my favorite type of bread is ciabatta! yum!

  60. My own homemade whole wheat-flax-oat bread is my favorite. It is our “everyday” bread and I haven’t bought a loaf of bread at the store in months. πŸ™‚
    Erin Lohrum

  61. Jacey Terpstra says:

    Pumpkin bread- which is really more like cake but oh well πŸ™‚

  62. The3christophers says:

    Cinnamon Raisin is my all time favorite with homemade whole wheat not far behind! I love your website and have made tons of your recipes and love so much!! πŸ™‚

  63. Familyofseven says:

    Oh wow, just one, huh? I would have to say Banana Nut Bread…the recipe my mom has always used and now I use. I have tried others but always come back to hers. πŸ™‚
    Autumn Rolfe

  64. I can’t wait to try this bread! I love any kind of bread but I have to say fresh hot french bread is so good. Wish it was healthy! I am new to your website and absolutely love it. I am so happy for you and your family and your new home. I would bake you some bread if you were my new neighbor : ) Blessings XOXO Margo Grogan

    1. graciouspantry says:

      Awww, thank you!

  65. Rachel J. says:

    Congratulations on your new home and your fresh start! Best wishes and positive vibes being sent your way for this new adventure in life.

    As for my favorite type of bread … I love all types of bread! LOL Unfortunately, that is not so healthy, so I have cut back. My new favorite is naan … just tried it for the time recently, and I fell in love with it!!! I can’t wait to try your bread and naan recipes … never made my own before. πŸ™‚

    Thank you SO much for all of the time and energy that you put into The Gracious Pantry. My husband and I have been trying different recipes from The Gracious Pantry … and we haven’t found one yet that we didn’t like! They have all been delicious! You have done a fabulous job, and we are extremely grateful! I have shared your site many times with our friends!

    Best of luck!

    Thank you,
    Rachel Joyner

    1. graciouspantry says:

      Awww, thanks so much!

  66. Thanks for sharing your milestone victory, and the joy you have found! My favorite bread is sourdough…& I recently read that it’s the best (compared to other bread types) for keeping blood sugar levels even!

    Shari Wiegel

  67. Brenda Cox says:

    Banana Bread…my simple homemade one =) Congratulations on your new home! So excited for your new journey! I love this site and your willingness to be open and real!

    Brenda Cox

  68. graciouspantry says:

    Awww, thank you so much Cheryl!

  69. graciouspantry says:

    It’s not orange. Maybe that’s just your computer screen?

  70. graciouspantry says:

    Thanks Jodi! Not sure yet, will choose a winner over the weekend.

  71. I’ve just stumbled upon your wonderful blog! You and your family are truly an inspiration! Keep your chin up! God bless you all…

    1. graciouspantry says:

      Thanks so much!

  72. I love that you are able to share your story of not only heartache, but of success…My children and I have gone through so much in the last three years and feel blessed to have had the ability to survive it…We lost our house and our vehicle through the carelessness of a cheating spouse..We went from living a comprtable lifestyle to having to depend on one income and living with a friend and her family for almost two yrs…Through it all, we have stayed strong and survived day by day. Now it is time to begin making healthy choices and getting our life back to what it was before I married thier stepfather. Although we had to start over financialy, I am proud to say that we are now standing strong on our own two feet…Good luck in your journey and may u God bless u and your family πŸ™‚

    1. graciouspantry says:

      Monica – My heart goes out to you. I know exactly how hard that is and I’m so happy you are back on your feet. It certainly makes you stronger for the experience! And what a good friend you have. You are blessed! I wish you all the best in the coming years.

  73. graciouspantry says:

    Thanks so much!

  74. graciouspantry says:

    Thanks so much!

  75. graciouspantry says:

    Thanks so much!

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    Thanks! I’m so glad you enjoyed the bread!

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  79. Tiffany
    I have been following your blog for about a month now, and every recipe I have tried has been wonderful. This bread is so delicious. I didn’t have any ten grain cereal, so I just left it out and man was it tasty!
    Thank you for sharing your story and for all the wonderful work you put into this site. Eating clean is now becoming my way of life and sites like yours make doing so much more enjoyable and fun!

    1. graciouspantry says:

      Thanks so much Sarah! I’m so happy you enjoyed the bread! πŸ™‚

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  81. graciouspantry says:

    I don’t have a stand mixer either. I mix all my bread recipes by hand. I don’t have a bread machine, so I can’t comment on that, Sorry!

  82. graciouspantry says:

    Have you tried buying them via You may find them cheaper there. Whole grain flours can be a little more expensive, but I’ve never seen that big of a difference where I live. So it could just be location.

  83. I finally made his, i didnt hv honey so used agave, didnt hv oat flour so used brown rice flour, couldnt find the 10 grain cereal so used a 4 grain one. This is the perfect bread!!! Actually made three loafs for me, i hv been looking for the perfect bread recep and i am sold!!! Will never buy store bought again! Thanks tiffany!!

  84. graciouspantry says:

    Some health food stores carry it. I got mine at whole foods. You can also order it on It helps your dough be spongier and more elastic. At least that’s my understanding…

  85. Do you need to grease the pans before putting the dough in (and if so, what do you recommend using)? This recipe looks delicious! I’ve appreciated your website so much as our family has stepped into clean eating. Thanks for all that you do!

    1. The Gracious Pantry says:

      I have an oil sprayer (about $10 at Bed Bath & Beyond). I just fill mine with olive oil and spray. Works great!

  86. Hi! I made this last weekend and LOVED it! It has been great for sandwiches for the family. We are new to clean eating and your website has be SO helpful! I made this a couple other of your recipes and blogged about it, if you want to check it out. πŸ™‚ Thank you for everything!

    1. The Gracious Pantry says:

      Glad you enjoyed it! πŸ™‚

  87. Is it possible to make this without a bread hook?

    1. The Gracious Pantry says:

      Yup! You can knead by hand as well.

  88. What kind of cereal are we talking? Like cheerios?

    Thanks so much!!

    1. The Gracious Pantry says:

      Ashley – No, like mixed oats and grains. I get mine at Trader Joe’s. It comes in a tub like regular oatmeal. It just has other grains mixed in.

  89. Ok! Thank you so much!!

  90. Omg…. Yummy!

    I just pulled it out and made a PB&J (not completely clean), and I am tempted to make a second sandwich.

    thanks for the recipe!

    1. The Gracious Pantry says:

      Amber – My pleasure!! πŸ˜€

  91. Joy Malave says:

    This comment is not so much about the bread. I haven’t tried to make it yet but plan on it today! But just wanted to thank you for being so candid with your personal life. It’s ups & downs. My family has had the same experience with foreclosure & job loss. I know how hard it is to stay positive & focused on the good things and it seems like you are doing great. I enjoy all your recipes and thank you for your hard work!

    1. The Gracious Pantry says:

      Joy – Thank you so much! It’s hard, but there is always a light at the end of the tunnel. I truly believe that.

  92. Janean Hastings says:

    Are there any clean breads out there that you can buy that is similar to the sandwich bread recipe you have? I am going to try the recipe but am thinking for the weeks that I have limited time? My girls are so picky about their breads and like the softer breads. Thanks much.

    1. The Gracious Pantry says:

      Janean – If you don’t mind soy, Trader Joe’s has a California Protein bread that is pretty good. But if you are avoiding soy, then Ezekiel bread and Berlin Natural Bakery bread (the sourdough) are the only clean breads I know of that you can purchase.

  93. Hi I am wanting to make this bread today but I do not have any gluten. What would happen if I leave it out.

    1. The Gracious Pantry says:

      Cindi – The bread will taste the same but it won’t be as soft/spongy.

  94. Any substitutes for 10 grain cereal? I can’t seem to find it…

    1. The Gracious Pantry says:

      Laura – You could just use traditional oats.

  95. Keith Forehand says:

    5 stars
    I really enjoyed making the house warming bread, I can see from your comments that I am really late to this party. I see that most of your comments were from long ago but the bread was still fun to bake. With everything that is still going on with COVID-19, it has been hard to get the bread that my family likes, when we get any bread right now it is stale or very close. It was nice to have fresh bread ,I really liked this recipe and the family loved the bread. Thanks for a healthy, fun recipe.

    1. Keith – Thank you so much! Yes, this recipe has been up for a while. But a good recipe never goes out of date. πŸ™‚ So happy you all enjoyed it! Nothing beats a fresh loaf of bread out of the oven!

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