Rollin' In (Bread) Dough!

Today my grandma who is visiting from Florida assisted me in my first venture in bread-making! Under her supervision (yeah I need supervised in the kitchen :-P) I was able to put together the ingredients that turned into the yummy looking (and tasting) loaves of bread pictured below! I was sooo excited that I had to share some pics with you! So here they are! The streaks on top of the bread are from the melting butter and since I don't have matching bread pans one loaf is smaller than the other.




Is there anything more delicious than warm bread with a slab of butter on top?

Comments

  1. Renee those look wonderful! There making my mouth water yum!!

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  2. Wow,Renee! Those are gorgeous golden loaves : ) I love to make bread. Care to share your recipe?

    gcwhiskas at aol dot com

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  3. Yummm.....That looks so good, my mouth is watering.LOL And thats awesome,that your grandma got to help you make bread!;) My grandma would just give us $100 and send us off to Toy"R"Us.LOL
    Have fun with grandma, Renee!
    Love Ya,
    Ashley

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  4. Awww!! These look yummy and I'm glad you had a fun day with your grandma!!

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  5. Nice job, Renee! :)

    I'm glad you're enjoying your Grandma's visit. Tell her "hi" for me.

    {{hugs}}

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  6. LOL I think I already ate half a loaf! It's pretty good!

    Virginia- If you have a Betty Crocker cookbook the White bread recipe should be in there! If you don't have it just email me! steelergirl83(at)gmail(dot)com

    XOXO~ Renee

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  7. This looks awesome!!! A little jam and we are all set.

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  8. Haha yep I slathered my pieces with strawberry jam!

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  9. Geez, Renee, those look fantastic! Care to barter? I'll give you one super annoying weiner dog for a loaf of bread the same size. ;)

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  10. Hahaha Rachel too late I had a house full of guests tonight and all that's left is a half of a loaf :-( Next time I'm going to try clover leaf rolls, what do you think?

    XOXO~ Renee

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  11. Fresh bread is my weakness. I could eat a whole load without stopping for air ~ I wouldn't even need butter.

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  12. Thanks, Renee! I will look for the recipe. Do you like wheat bread? You can try substituting whole wheat flour for half of the all-purpose flour in your white bread recipe. Have you heard of "King Arthur" flour and baking products? Their whole wheat flour is great! Also check out their website for recipes, baking tips and all kinds of wonderful foods and products.

    gcwhiskas at aol dot com

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  13. I don't like wheat bread but thank you for the tips! :-)

    XOXO~ Renee

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  14. Looks great! I love homemade bread...made it a few times but I think it only turned out once. :D

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  15. Beautiful, Renee! Man, my mouth is watering!

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  16. Renee! Our loaves match! And I don't use my matching pans (of course not, why do THAT???) because my old ones bake a better loaf. Isn't that a hoot?

    And sometimes when I want a dinner type bread I'll pat the second form into one or two small round loaves seasoned with cheese... rosemary... garlic.... poultry seasoning... dried tomatoes... anything that seems like I'd find it at an Artisan market! I love that you did this!

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