The blog’s been a little baked goods heavy lately. I’d say I’m sorry about that… but really I’m not. I love baking and I love eating baked goodies. Maybe I wish I loved them a little less, but nope. Yum, yum, yum.
I’ve probably very pretentiously mentioned a few dozen times that I like making bread and I make almost all of the bread we eat. I have a bread maker that I was using weekly for a while, but it’s hard to lug that out, so it’s been used less frequently. I’m definitely not Martha Stewart – I’m a real person with a job and hobbies who likes sleeping and playing with her cats. My secret has been this loaf of quick and easy whole wheat bread. No kneading, no rising. Nothing. While some people have actually thrown this in a bread maker and let it go through it’s cycle, I don’t have that kind of time. Mix it up real quick, throw it in a pan, start nomming in an hour. With bread this easy, no one really has an excuse for buying there’s at the store!
I obviously don’t always make it as I originally wrote. A woman can only eat so many flax and sesame seeds before she goes insane. A little cinnamon and brown sugar makes this recipe perfect for breakfast, dessert, or some epic PB&Js. Or slice it super thick and top with marscapone, a drizzle of honey, and a sprinkle of salt. I won’t judge you.
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