Back to Basics – How to Make Healthy Homemade Bread

Watch and learn the basics of making delicious, healthy, home-made [mostly organic] bread and feed your family and friends the tastiest bread around!

Learn how a busy, homeschooling mother of six has simplified the recipe and process enough to make it easy to fit into any busy schedule.

Get recipes and step by step instructions.  Listen as we discuss ingredient information and troubleshooting tips, as well as answer questions.

Try not to drool all over your keyboard as we slice and serve hot, buttered, fresh-baked bread right out of the oven.

Bonus: Don’t miss the secrets behind our Plum Fabulous! Cinnamon Raisin Swirl Bread!

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  1. avatar
    Connie Beseda

    This class was fantastic! Thank you so much Brianne for sharing your talent! I have made the bread a few times now and while I am still learning, the end result has been pretty good. The instruction sheet you handed out for the class was full of great information. Looking forward to future classes!

    Thanks again!

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    Vivian Villarreal

    Thanks so much for posting the video. You demonstrate so well that’s it’s not a long, difficult, mysterious undertaking. I didn’t go to the class -wasn’t really that interested because I don’t eat much bread. But I had purchased some raisin bread for my husband only, because I can’t stand the (commercial) stuff. After tasting yours I fought him for the last piece!! I’m going to start making bread. And the sourdough bread, too. You’ve made me enjoy bread again! Real bread!

    • I’m so glad you liked it! You’ll have to let us know how it turns out. We will have the video for our sourdough bread up in the next few weeks. You can subscribe to our newsletter to get the notification when it’s out. Happy baking!

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    Vivian Villarreal

    I baked bread Monday. My mixer has dough hooks, altho they look much different than your KitchenAid one. When I started mixing, the dough wrapped around my hooks, climbed up and started creeping over the top edge of the bowl. It was hilarious – like an I Love Lucy episode! LOL I had to finish mixing by hand and kneading, but my bread is delicious! I made one loaf cinnamon raisin, too. I’ll have to rethink my mixing method, or maybe ask for a KitchenAid for Mother’s day ;-)

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