13 Reviews

This is a delightful loaf that just begs for anything and everything to be put on top of this crusty, toasting bread. I followed the ingredients, but put the whole deal in the breadmaker, since I was out pruning fruit trees, and planting potatoes. This worked out perfectly! I followed my bread/makers instructions, adding the milk-water-oil first (after heating) added dry ingredients, and yeast on top. This is the best/toast ever. Will make this alot, so nice. Made for *I Recommend* tag game April 2009.

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Andi of Longmeadow Farm April 05, 2009

What an awesome recipe! Definitely one I'll use again and again. I wanted to make two loaves, but didn't have enough AP flour. Used 4 cups AP and two cups of freshly ground whole wheat, but otherwise doubled the recipe exactly. The texture of this bread is wonderful and the flavor is out of this world. My crew wouldn't wait for it to cool completely, so it was still slightly warm when they cut it and enjoyed with elderberry jelly that I'd made this morning. Thanks so much for sharing such a great recipe!

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sabessel October 12, 2014

Wow, made it this morning and will bake another tonight. So simple and so tasty!

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MichMondello August 14, 2012

This is a delicious toasting bread that I have made with all bread flour and 1/2 bread flour and 1/2 wheat flour. Delicious each way! It's hard to keep a loaf around here. Sorry I forgot to review it before!

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Gail11 October 02, 2011

Fantastic bread. I have made several loaves and absolutely love it. To make it a bit more healthy, I use 2 cups bread flour, 1 cup whole wheat flour and add 2 teaspoons of wheat gluten and only 2 teaspoons of sugar. I do the whole thing in the bread machine. Perfect toast for the morning. No more store bought english muffins in our house.

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Curlee March 06, 2011

great and easy recipe Thank you

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allymom February 25, 2010

I found this recipe on the KAF site last week and made it that morning. It is so easy and delicious. I love English muffins but I actually think that the texture of this bread is better... no gumminess at all. It is wonderful toasted with sweet butter and honey!

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Peggy P. July 24, 2009

As good and easy as everyone says. I needed to add a bit more water than called for. VERY good taost, inexpensive recipe to make. A must try and no bread machine needed!

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Kasha March 01, 2009

As good or better than the store bought English Muffins that are famous for their "nooks and Crannies" and a whole lot less expensive.

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Grandpa & Grandma Williams February 06, 2009

Thanks Brandess. This bread is SO simple and delicious. I added a little garlic and onion seasoning to give it a little kick and it turned out beautifully. It's great for toasted sandwiches.

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Jan Marie January 20, 2009
English Muffin Toasting Bread