This post is sponsored by Red Star Yeast, but all opinions expressed are solely my own!
Absolutely nothing beats the smell of freshly baking bread in a warm house while snow is lightly falling to the ground. Except maybe cinnamon rolls baking.
I always thought bread only came from the supermarket. Who knew you could make it at home? I sure didn’t.
Since getting into bread baking I’ve learned so much. How warm the water should be, the different types of yeast, and the different types of flour. The Red Star Yeast website has been so helpful. They have tips for rising your bread (complete with pictures!) along with so many recipes I can’t wait to try – honey wheat bagels? pumpkin pull apart bread? yes please.
I’ve got a real treat for you today. This is their Seed and Wheat Bread and I can honestly say that both Mom and I loved it. I used blackstrap molasses as I didn’t have light molasses but I’m sure it’s great either way.
Next time you’re in the market for a good sandwich bread, don’t hesitate to try this one! I enjoyed it with some avocado and spinach alongside an apple for lunches.
If you end up making the recipe, be sure to tag both me (@theyoopergirl) and Red Star Yeast on either Facebook or Twitter!