Thursday, May 13, 2010

Julie’s Bread


Hi everyone! I just had to pop in for a quick minute because I just had some delicious bread that I made using Julie's (The Harward's Circle Cliff Views) recipe. How can you go wrong with a  bread that’s called  “The Easiest and Best Bread Ever!”
Plate
I don’t know if it was supposed to rise more than it did but the texture was just outstanding and the flavor out of this world.

The only things I changed -  I halved the recipe because it makes 4 loaves. I also went to the health food store this morning and ground some wheat (used half wheat half King Arthurs Bread flour), I used olive oil and local honey.
recipe
I feel great that I made a bread that's not only delish but that's good for my family. Go here for her recipe. We are so full of bread and jam I don't think we need much dinner! Thank you Julie!

21 comments:

Penny @ The Comforts of Home/Lavender Hill Studio said...

That looks yummy! Love the Daily Bread plate it is sitting on too. I am heading over to Julie's.
Hugs,
Penny

Laura said...

I cannot wait to try this recipe. It looks easy enough for me.

Julie Harward said...

Thanks Manuela for linking to my bread recipe! How sweet of you to do that!
It is so good...I let it rise til it's about 1 1/2 inches above the pan then put it in the oven to bake.
It is a meal...I could live on it alone! I'm so glad it turned out to your liking! You are a sweet lady! Come say hi :D

Julie Harward said...

I forgot to say...this recipe can be found in my post in September 09'~

trish said...

Oh yum! Nothing compares to freshly baked bread!!

Please drop by tomorrow for my Monday give a way that due to technical issues, had to be postponed.

Whew! Say that 10 times fast! :o)

Sincerely ~ Trish

Darlene said...

That bread looks DELICIOUS!! I have never tried to make bread....might need to change that!

Love the Decor! said...

I love to make homemade bread!!
having an apron giveaway over at my blog stop over and enter if you would like!

Happier Than a Pig in Mud said...

The bread looks great, lovin' the plate!

Jen S. said...

MMMMMM! That bread looks and sounds so yummy :)
Thanks for sharing this recipe Manuela.
Have a great day!

Pat@Back Porch Musings said...

Looks wonderful Manuela!

Kerrie said...

Yum, looks delicious!

Vee said...

Next cold morning! :D Looks wonderful and why not just have a bread and jam meal and be done with it? It'd work for me!

Donna said...

The bread looks yummy! I am hopping over to get the recipe now!
Blessings,
Donna

Gloria said...

Hi manuela. That bread looks great. Delicious. Have a great day tomorrow.

Betsy said...

Yum~there isn't anything that Julie cannot do! :)

Kathleen Grace said...

The bread looks delicious Manuela! The heavier whole wheat flour probably kept it from rising as high as normal. My sister-in-law adds extra gluten to her whole grain bread for a little boost in the rise. Nothing beats hot home made bread from the oven!

vintage girl at heart said...

I just bought some ground wheat from our Farmer's Market for bread making and lucky for me the girl told me that I would need to cut it with gluten or regular flour so it would rise. She said by itself it makes wonderful pancakes!!! I plan to make mine on a regular basis..so tired of paying almost $4 a loaf for bread that is half stale!!
~ Looking forward to trying your recipe out!!
Blessings!!
Oh is that your homemade jam??

Persuaded said...

Home made bread pretty much rocks.

Melanie said...

I make bread but mine is made in a bread machine:)

I am making homemade pizza dough for pizza tonight. I have a great recipe and it has honey and white wine in it.

Have a great weekend.

Storybook Woods said...

There is nothing like homemade bread. Thank you for the link xoxoxo Clarice

Kelley said...

I loaf it!