My local firefighters and my family loved it. Soft with a slightly sweet flavor. Not quite like store bought, but close. The bread could have burned in the first 20 minutes. This bread cooked a whole lot faster than anticipated. I put it in two loaf pans to fit all the dough. I would lower the temp next time and adjust time.
Made these into 18 good size rolls. Family said they were better than the store bought. I didn't have pineappkle juice so after reading a pror review I subbed orange juice and you really couldn't taste that either.. just a nice sweetness. I did use almost 2 packs of dry yeast which produced a fluffy, soft roll.
Made this quite some time ago to use for french toast. I had tried it with 2 1/2 c. whole wheat pastry flour and 2 c. white flour. Turned out rather dry and the tops cracked open while baking. Looking forward to trying it again per the original ingredients. Will rate at that time.
Soft bread with good texture. Just a little sweetness. Quick and easy to make. Definately a keeper! Thanks!
This makes lovely soft fluffy bread with a hint of sweetness. I made the bread by hand because I prefer to make bread that way. I did need about 1/2 cup more flour to make a managable, but still soft dough. The pineapple juice seems to contribute more sweetness than flavor. Rather than making a loaf, I rounded the dough into 32 one and a half ounce rolls. Thank you for the recipe.