Wednesday, October 1, 2008

Nutty Granola Bread AKA The Easyiest Bread Ever

So it's no secret that I'm a baking fiend. But I really love baking bread, there's just something so gratifying about the whole process. The kneading, the rising, taking the loaf out of the oven, slathering it with really good butter and not to mention the amazing aroma that fills the house.

Sometimes when I'm feeling lazy, but must have homemade bread I use this recipe (which is happening more and more lately) not only is it a really yummy bread but it's so easy and since I've found the recipe I've had to make it at least once a week. I originally found it in one of my Nigella cookbooks but have tweaked it a bit to what i had on hand and I'm sure you all will do the same. Theres no kneading, no rising time and the oven does all the work. Well except of the eating of course. Hope you all enjoy it as much as we have.

- 2 3/4 cups of flour
- 2 cups granola
- 1 pack of active dry yeast
- 1 teaspoon salt
- 1 cup milk
- 1 cup water

Simply mix the dry ingredients together and add the milk and water. Stir until it looks like a thick porridge and pour into a greased loaf pan (don't be alarmed if it fills up more then half way).

-Put into a COLD oven and then set the oven to 225 for 45 mins.
-When those 45 mins are up, kick the heat up to 350 for 60 mins.

You'll know it's done when it's a beautiful golden brown.

That's it! Told ya it was easy. It's a dense bread that's a perfect side to your favorite comfort food or great all by it's self lightly toasted with butter and jam.




Annette said...

Homemade bread is the best! This looks devine! Yuummmy!

Kari said...

That sounds wonderful, I'm going to have to try that out! Thanks!

Sarah said...

That does sound super-easy :) I think I might have to try it!

Jen said...

I love to bake, too! That bread sounds delicious! I think anything with granola is a hit!
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nina kuriloff said...

this sounds like a recipe i can follow.
it sounds like a delicious bread.

Giftbearer said...

This bread looks really good!

Moxie said...

Give it a go everyone! I assure you it doesn't get much easyier then this.

Crazy Times Candle & Bath Co. said...

very yummy I might have to try making this.

Stacey said...

Looks wonderfully delicious!

Cathe Holden said...

Thanx for the yummy recipe! The simpler the better for me. Your blog is really nice. I'll keep an eye out for more of your easy-to-do posts!

Victoria Ann said...

That looks so healthy! think I might try out your recipe. Thou i don,t think I will eat a healthy amount!! :)

madboodesigns x

mary jane said...

oooooh, looks soooo yummy! can you make it for me? i'm not much of a baker...

Schar Freeman said...

A yummy recipe...mahalo for sharing. Nothing like the smell of homemade bread baking.

Sweet 'n Sassy Baby said...

Sounds good! I rarely bake, but this makes me want to!

Pfeiffer Photos said...

Love this kind of bread, especially in the fall/winter...yum! Thanks!