Wednesday, July 30, 2008

Honey Whole Wheat Bread

Honey Whole Wheat Bread
Ingredients:
1 1/8 cups warm water at 110°F
3 tablespoons honey
1/3 teaspoon salt
1 1/2 cups whole-wheat flour
1 1/2 cups bread flour
2 tablespoons vegetable oil
1 1/2 teaspoons active dry yeast

Directions:
Add ingredients according to the manufacturer's directions to your bread machine. Use the wheat bread cycle and light color setting.

Hey y'all,

I am posting this recipe here so I won't lose it. Anybody with me on this one?! I am notorious for finding a great recipe only to lose it. Same with this chocolate chip cheesecake brownie recipe. Have no clue where that recipe went.
I found the bread recipe here. Hope they don't sue me...

Happy Wednesday!!

17 comments:

Gettysburg Homestead said...

I love homemade bread!!! Yummy with melted butter.

Mary

Bella said...

That sounds delish!

I need whole wheat flour or I would go make it right now, yes, I am that impulsive ;)

Bella

Katie said...

Hey, Elise! Okay, so this poppyseed chicken dish that you mentioned on my blog...I *must* have that recipe! My momma even left a comment after you and wanted the recipe... Then, she just mentioned it again on the phone!! haha! I told her I'd be sure to ask you how you make it. Have a great evening, Elise! Love, Katie

Misty said...

Now this is more my speed, bread over tassels anyday....and it looks like your Katie friend caught the poppyseed chicken casserole big too. Tell her I said, na na, I already have it!!! Love ya, Misty

Cherry's Jubilee said...

Hi first time here and love your blog! I may just have to try the tassels! I can see you love to thrift just like me! I will be bookmarking your site for sure. cherry

Cherry's Jubilee said...

Hi Elise! That is from a Cavallini & Company calender. They make some beautiful images. Try Barnes and Noble bookstore or Borders if you have one. OHHHHH and Amazon. Thanks for stopping by! cherry

michelle said...

Sounds so yummy! I am your partner for Lori's Fall swap! So nice to visit your blog! I will get an email off to you soon too.

Cindy said...

Your bread sounds great. I am in the mood to make some bread this weekend, so this just be the one I make.
Didn't get by the other day, but saw your tassle tutorial...I want to try that. I think you did a wonderful job putting it together.
Have a great weekend.

Kindra said...

Hi Elise! How is your weekend going?! Thanks for sharing the great recipe. I know, there are so many gooood recipes online that it's hard to keep track of all of them. :)

Laura said...

Thanks so much for the good ideas I love them all, I especially love the coffee idea! I am going to use that one!

Laura :)

Katy said...

OK...since I don't have your email and you don't have it on your profile...I will just post a comment..LOL. You are soooooooooo sweet!!! :) We have a ton of similarities and I think if we did live closer that we would be great real life friends! I guess blog friends will have to do though :(. Thank you for your sweet comments! They are wonderful! Have a wonderful Sunday! :)

OH....and how much was the M.E. teacher calendar? I am going to be homeschooling my kiddos....and a teacher calendar sounds awesome! That thing sounds great!!! Thanks for seeing it and thinking of me! :)

Valerie said...

Love the homemade bread recipe!! I can't wait to try it. Also, loved your tassel tutorial!! They are so cute!! Thanks for stopping by the store. Hope you remember me, I'm the antique lady at your favorite antique store!!!

Darlene said...

Hi Elise,
I don't have a bread machine :( probably a good thing cause I LOVE homemade bread.

I made some Fall (notice not just one I said some) tassels!!! They are too cute and addicting!! I did them a bit different than the tutorial. Anyway, I plan on posting them on my blog on Monday so come by and check them out. I also am going to thank you for the tutorial...hope that is alright with you.

Karen said...

We make WW bread here, too. We love it, (although my sweetie prefers white ;o))
I'm with you on losing my recipes, too. If I don't print it, and put it into my book right then, it's lost forever!

Empty Nest Full Life said...

The bread sounds great and cute tassels. A couple of tassel questions..where did you get the little birds and was there a hanger already on them? I have been researching a little to see the best way to make them. Your's look great.

tumbleweed said...

Just stopped to say hello...your bread sounds delicious!
smiles,
Shayne louree

michelle said...

Ha ha! I absolutely post recipes so I don't lose them too!