Saturday, February 04, 2006

Pop Up Bread


Today is a raining but warm day. We are suppose to get back to winter weather tonight with temps down in the 20's. I am glad we are going to have a little winter before spring gets here. I have been enjoying having an inside day and decided to try a new recipe. I must say the bread is very tasty!

3 1/4 c flour
1 pkg. yeast
1/2 c milk (warmed not boiled)
1/2 c water
1/2 c oil
1/4 c sugar or honey
1 tsp. salt
2 eggs
1 c grated cheese

Mix 1 1/2 cups flour and yeast. Add oil to heated milk, sugar, water and salt. Add liquid to flour and yeast mixture. Beat until smooth. Blend in eggs and cheese. Stir remaining flour to a stiff batter, knead until smooth and elastic. Divide into 2 greased (1 lb) coffee cans. Cover and let rise 1 hour in a warm place. Bake at 370 degrees for 35 minutes.

The picture above isn't of my bread but one I got offline as my batteries are dead in my camera. My bread is browner on the sides and you can see the cheese through out the loaf.

Enjoy a new recipe, enjoy the day, enjoy your family and friends but most of all enjoy God's blessings of the day!

I shall be satisfied when I awake with thy likeness. Psalm 17:15

There will be no such thing as that hateful word "disappointment" up in heaven, bless the Lord; haven't I His own word for it? Didn't He say we should be satisfied? I wonder what it feels like to be satisfied!

7 comments:

Connie and Rob said...

That looks very tasty! Wouldn't mind spending a day in the kitchen with you. You make everything sound so easy!

Connie

Looking forward to Norman's visit!!

Anne said...

Yum! It looks great-I'll be saving this.

I love coffee can breads and haven't made on in quite some time.

my vintage days said...

Winter has hit here. Its been snowing almost non-stop since about 2:oo, 5 inches by tomorrow.
I'm glad to hear the package arrived. Though I'd send a little spring your way....LOL

judypatooote said...

Boy Peggy, I only wish you lived in my neighborhood, you could come to monday neighbor night and take turns with Mary baking......she always bakes these delious cakes and pies......diet, who said diet?

Tossing Pebbles in the Stream said...

I shall add this to my interesting breads to make list. Today I was going to try Amish Friendship bread. As you know I have recenty got interested in all things Amish:)

kan said...

yummy yum
neat blog
great haven

Maggie Ann said...

Your bread looks good, I thought at first it was English muffin loaf, then I thought, hmmm, bread machine shape? About being satisfied....when we wake with his likeness...I think pure peace and joy. What else could it be like...smile.