6 Reviews

Pretty darn good. I quite enjoyed this bread and it seemed pretty idiot proof. I halved it and tossed it into two large loaf pans. It made lovely sandwiches. Very soft and tender bread. I think the idea of raisins and cinnamon would absolutely ROCK with this. I plan on trying it like that next week. I plan on making two batches tomorrow and freezing after the first rise. This way I can pull it out and let it thaw/second rise and have fresh bread for holiday company!

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krissyburjan November 30, 2009

I've made this wonderful bread at least 5 times. I just paired it with Lorac's Josephinas recipe which produced a lovely combination. Let the neighbors get a whiff of this and you'll be the envy of your neighborhood. Forgot, if not eaten in a day or two, freeze the remainder for another time.

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gailanng December 17, 2008

Easy to make and good flavor. I used the egg instead of the potatoes and substituted 5 cups of whole wheat flour for some of the white flour (I didn't have bread flour so I used all purpose flour.) The dough raised quickly! Thanks for the recipe!

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rhondalynne November 07, 2007

This is the first bread recipe that I have been successful with! Awesome bread that is hard to stop eating! I did use 1 egg instead of the mashed potatoes and added the cinnamon and raisins to one loaf. Thank you so much homegirl for posting this wonderful bread recipe!

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lauralie41 June 10, 2006

Great bread recipe and I would even go so far as to say fool proof! I used the dough cycle on the bread machine and took the dough out to rise and followed the instructions from there....and boy did this bread rise!!! I did not have powdered milk so I warmed whole milk and it worked just fine. I halved the recipe and then halved one of the loaves so I had a large round loaf and two small round loaves. I used the small round loaves for soup bowl. It was perfect!!! Thanks so much!

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NcMysteryShopper January 19, 2006

I prepared this bread on my Kitchen Aid stand mixer and reduced this recipe to make two loaves, I pretty much cut the ingredients in half only I used 1-1/2 tablespoons yeast, and 1/3 cup powdered milk, I haven't made bread with instant potatoes for years, I think I have forgotten how good it is, this bread a denser bread than most and also takes a bit more time to rise, very good recipe! thank you homegirl!...Kitten:)

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Kittencal@recipezazz January 11, 2006
Country White Bread