Dandelion Bread

"This comes from a foraging yahoo group I am on. A quick bread or muffin."
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Ready In:
1 loaf




  • Combine dry ingred. in large bowl, including petals & make sure to separate clumps of petals.
  • In a separate bowl mix together milk, honey, oil & beat in egg.
  • Add liquid to dry mix. Batter should be fairly wet & lumpy.
  • Pour into buttered bread tin or muffin tin.
  • Bake 400* muffins (12) 20-25 min, bread 25-30 min or until done.

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  1. I am so dissapointed. This does not take 2 cups of flour. It was soup until i added 3 more cups of flour. Then do i let it raise. It has yeast in it. It says to put in bread oan and bake?? So want to tey the flavor. It is my first time trying a bread with Dandyline flower In it. Someone one needs to correct the errors. Will let you see after i raise and bake it. Hope it still has a chance!!!
  2. My girls LOVE this bread. We replaced the canola oil with coconut oil and think I used 1/4c of honey. They love to eat it it with butter and cinnamon or peanut butter. Texture is a lot like a corn bread and it's very sweet.
  3. Terrible. Please don't waist your time and ingredients. Take these ingredients and add it to a recipe that requires proofing of the dough.


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