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    I worked with a few recipes until I came up with this one... It is a recipe that evolved into this. Its usually gobbled up pretty quick and last xmas I gave out loaves that were all the rave. I hope you'll try it and enjoy it also. It's not "low sugar" but rather "reduced sugar".

    Recipe #413406

    2 Reviews |  By Sphinx

    I got this recipe from one of my cookbooks and I would not change a thing. I started baking my own bread to save money but this loaf is worth twice what you pay in stores for its taste. This bread is easy to slice and is perfect for everything you would normally use bread for. If any gets old then use it for bread crumbs or croutons. Recipe is for 2 loaves.

    Recipe #321424

    All cooking is done in the microwave! This is my original recipe that I made up. An easy staple on my table that everyone enjoys and everyone can make. Perfect for snacks or sides or appetizers. I call it 'College Guy' because of how simple they are to make and how little things you need. I am in fact, a woman and have been making these since my not-so-long-ago college days! :)

    Recipe #383397


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