I have mentioned in some of my previous posts that we are on a very tight budget. One of the ways we cut back each month is to make as much as we can by scratch.
For example we make bread each week and this saves us at least 20-30 a month. My very favorite recipe uses few ingredients and is easy to bake. I have adjusted the recipe so I can make 2 loaves at one time. You can find the original recipe here at Allergy Friendly Kitchen.
I absolutely love this recipe and the simplicity of it all! It just goes to show how the simplest of things can sometimes or most times =) be the best!
Because I make two at a time I choose to freeze or refrigerate one loaf.
It may take some practice – even my first loaves were not perfect but tasted great. It makes the house smell great and saves some money. I hope you try it out and thanks so much for stopping by!
Looks delicious, Annie! Beautiful photos too 🙂
Thanks so much Ashley – I really appreciate that! Hope you have a wonderful week!
Such a great recipe to have on hand. Thanks for sharing your wisdom 😉 can’t win tot try it!
Thanks Chloe, it is honestly so easy! Hope you have a great week!
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Maya Beth says
Annie, your photos belong in a magazine, honestly. I am so impressed….and looks delicious! I also wanted to thank you for all of the love and support you show me (and everyone) on instagram. You are an inspiration in so many ways!
xox, Maya Beth
Maya, thanks so much – you have been such a sweet encouragement and I appreciate you just the same!!!
Diana Livia says
It looks really good:)
Thanks so much Diana!
Do you ever use whole wheat flour? I’m just wondering how that would change the texture/flavor,
Emmeline that is a great question. I am pretty sure if you head to the original post/recipe I linked to, she talks about using wheat flour and the conversion. Hope this helps! Thanks so much for stopping by ~