Monday, August 24, 2015

English Muffin Bread

English Muffin Bread
I think almost everyone loves to eat homemade bread, but not everyone enjoys the effort it takes to make it. Well, if that describes you, then may I introduce you to *English Muffin Bread

In less than two hours (including stirring, rising and baking), you can be taking two loaves of delicious, yeasty bread out of your oven. 

This no-knead bread is similar to English muffins in texture--light and chewy with holes for soaking up whatever you spread on it. It's great toasted, of course, but also makes a fantastic French toast. 

I only just discovered English Muffin Bread, but it is already a family favorite in our home.

*The recipe I use is from Cook's Country. It's free, but requires registration on their site.

Edited on 1/7/16: Only current recipes on Cook's Country can be viewed with free registration. I believe you must now pay a subscription fee to see this recipe on their site. I found the same recipe posted here, with slightly different wording.

6 comments:

  1. I've been looking for an English Muffin Bread recipe - thanks for the link.

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    1. There are lots of recipes out there. This was the first one I tried and it was so good, I didn't try any others. I like that it uses bread flour and make enough for two loaves.

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  2. I Have to try your recipe. A friend in nursing school made this type of bread and it was delicious. Thanks

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  3. I have been enjoying English Muffin Bread most of my life. It's great stuff!!

    - Jan

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    1. It sure is! I don't know why I never heard about this bread before, but I'm glad I know about it now.

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