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If you read nutritional news, you will know that there is a lot of conflicting information about bread. Is white good or bad? What about whole wheat? Unrefined grains? Processed or not? And what about carbs?
Well, let me stop here before things start to get even more confusing!
While we don’t have any great answers as to what types of bread are healthy or not, we can tell you that you can avoid any health concerns by baking your own. Then you will know exactly what ingredients are in the bread you are eating.
Bread can be eaten on a sandwich or work as an appetizer or snack along with a topping of your choice or on its own. Bread can be sweet or savory. Take offs on bread include pastries, croissants, muffins and rolls.
If you think baking your own bread is a healthy way to feed your family, Moms Who Think has a variety of recipes you can choose from. Sweeter options include Blueberry Monkey Bread and Cinnamon Bread. There are also savory recipes for Irish Soda Bread and Amish Friendship Bread. If you are looking for pastry like options, recipes for Cinnamon Rolls and Pumpkin Muffins are also available.
All our bread recipes include a complete list of ingredients and detailed instructions that are sure to make your dishes a success.
Bread is a great food staple that can be served at events or given to your family for dinner, breakfast, snacks and more. Bake up some nice, fresh bread and serve warm to give your guests a taste sensation they are not soon to forget. Bring bread to the table as part of a meal everyone is sure to enjoy.