You Don’t Need To Travel To An Amish Farm To Bake Up A Batch Of This Bread!

Goodness Gracious – It’s The Perfect Bread!
I am a HUGE fan of bread. Any kind of bread will set my soul on fire with hunger pains.
I love white, wheat, rye, rolls, biscuits, and best of all: homemade Amish sweet bread. The first time I had this bread was when I was passing through Lancaster County, PA. I stopped at an Amish pie shop and ended up leaving with four loaves of bread.
After my bread was gone, I was a little downtrodden. I really liked that bread! So, you can imagine my delight when I found this helpful little recipe for Amish sweet bread! And guess what, folks? It’s super easy to make! If you can knead dough for at least 10 minutes, you can make this wonderful bread and have it turn out like you’re a professional baker.

Check out what my friends over at Mom’s Unite Network had to say about this fabulous Amish sweet bread recipe:
“This Amish Sweet bread is simple to make and deliciously sweet. Use it for sandwiches, French toast, or any other bread needs.

I’m not sure how we first found this recipe but it was one of the first breads that I made that was actually successful. It is so sweet and so delicious. I’m not sure where the term “Amish Bread” came from but this is a really good recipe. Occasionally when I make this recipe, I’ll bring the sugar amount down to a normal amount and the bread will still taste great but will just be a little healthier.”

2 cups water (110° F)
2/3 cups

Domino sugar
1 1/2 tablespoons Red Star yeast
1 1/2 teaspoons Morton salt

To Find Out All The Delicious Ingredients And The Step By Step Directions To Follow, Please Head On Over To The Next Page.

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