Is there anything as divine as homemade bread made with an extra dose of love? Most homemade food made from scratch, from the heart, in the privacy of your kitchen is special.
From the flour to the loaf, it is all homemade. I can't tell you how many failed loafs of bread I've made over the years when trying to remove key ingredients like gluten, yeast to rise, oil and dairy. Dairy was the easiest to get rid of, gluten and yeast were one of the hardest. This particular recipe was a success based on a combination of luck and taking what I've learned over the years and applying it with ease, all replacements worked as I hoped and it turned out great. A feeling of deep gratitude comes from making homemade bread, enjoy this labor of love. Watch the video or read below. From my kitchen and heart to yours, Christa
Our oven operates hot so it baked at 350°F for about 6 minutes and then at 400°F for 20 minutes, so with the higher temperature it only took 26 minutes, though I think it would take about 30 minutes or 35 in a lower temperature.
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