Never Buy Bread Again!!! 6 Homemade Bread Recipes


We will show you some amazing bread recipes so that you may keep away from the nasty ingredients that are being stored in bread.

You can make them with wheat flour, gluten-free, kombucha sourdough, as well as a nice loaf of bread using soaked or sprouted whole wheat flour.

Make your own bread to save money and enjoy healthy ingredients.


When we mention home made bread people were interested in bread recipes, I got a resounding, “Yes!”  So I’ve rounded up some of my favorite bread recipes, plus some from my friends, to give you enough options that you should never have to buy bread again.

Homemade Yeast Bread Recipes

I must tell you that I use SAF-INSTANT yeast, which does not require proofing (activating the yeast in warm liquid). You can substitute bread machine yeast or active dry yeast.  Active dry yeast will need to be dissolved in the warm liquid before adding the rest of the ingredients, and you will need a little bit more active dry yeast. 

Sandwich Bread
– This sandwich has eggs and butter for extra richness. It’s great as a sandwich bread or as buns for burgers or brats. [Click here for details]


Basic Sourdough Bread
– This simple sourdough recipe uses only four ingredients – sourdough starter, flour, water and salt. [Click here for details]


Potato Bread using Leftover Mashed Potatoes
– If you happen to have less than a cup of mashed potatoes left over – not enough for another meal – give them a second life adding moistness to this light and tender sandwich bread. [Click here for details]


Crusty French Bread
– This crusty French Bread recipe is great with soups and stews, as loaves, twists or edible bread bowls. Best enjoyed fresh to preserve the crackly crust, but makes an excellent French toast if there are any leftovers. [Click here for details]


Duncan’s Meat in a Loaf
 – This is one of my youngest’s favorites, bread and meat all in one. Makes a great hot sandwich option for feeding a crowd. [Click here for details]


Betty’s Buttermilk Rye Bread
 – Light rye bread with makes a great sandwich bread with a twist. [Click here for details]

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