6 Reviews

This was great!! I followed the recipe exactly, but I had to cook it a little longer as the inside was not done. So, I covered it in foil to prevent the top from burning, but otherwise it was excellent as written!!

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*SpeechTeachMe* March 18, 2011

Couldn't ask for anything easier or yummier!! I will definitely be making this one again! I think we all liked it even better than cornbread. I did use 2 cups whole wheat flour and one white. Delicious served with Irish stew!!

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sconehead March 07, 2011

I made this bread with and without raisin's for St. Patty's Day and my guest and family LOVED it! This recipe is a keeper :)

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Rainwhite March 23, 2010

Okay, I am of the opinion that "if it tastes good, who cares about tradition?" That being said, I was STOKED to find this recipe. No "cutting in" the butter, no kneading......perfect!!! I made mine in muffin tins for easier packing of leftovers in lunches. They came out great and my son is a huge fan. Thanks, Manda!!!! Forgot to mention: I baked at 350 for 30 minutes, and it yielded 16 muffins :)

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Honey Bee T March 17, 2010

Doubled the recipe and made 2 loves. Added 1.5T caraway seed. Excellent toasted!

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surus March 16, 2014

I'm sorry but I didn't like it at all.

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Charishma_Ramchandani March 15, 2002
Easy Irish Soda bread