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Walnut And Berries Bread With Breadmaker

I AM NOT A BREAD PERSON... not a fan of bread unlike my girl.  She is a bread lover and that is why I bought a breadmaker a year ago and since then, it has been utilized to its fullest when she is around.  As for me, I only take bread when I am feeling unwell or there is nothing to cook or I am too lazy to.  If given a choice, I will stick to hot piping food instead of munching bread.

But on one fine weekend, I was in the baking mode... my fridge has all the ingredients I need for a small loafy bread... and even though my girl was not around on that day, I baked a nice and hot fresh bread for myself.... With the leftover multi grain flour, I added in walnuts, cranberries, red berries and blueberries.  All the berries!!
This is how it looks like when the baking was finished.... 
Multigrain bread.... hot, hot...
I think I have "overfed" the bread...
It is filled with walnuts and berries in very bite....
Hot and soft when it was done.... 
And I cut up three slices for my dinner... 
Yes, I took half a loaf...
And I gave the rest to my neighbour.... 
It is better to eat it while it is fresh and good... 
Cos the very next day, it will be not as soft anymore... 
No preservatives, no softener....  and healthier too... 
Nope, I am not going to bake anymore bread in the coming days... 
LOL... 

Comments

  1. I eat bread everyday! Your bread is so tasty with all the berries and walnut!

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    1. Oh really! I take bread once a while only.. hahaaa

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  2. Tempting to get one and bake my own bread. Breads aren't cheap nowadays! Walnut and berries bread; that is good.

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    1. Yeah, they are not cheap.. since I have breadmaker, might as well... :)

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  3. Any plan to being the breakmaker over to Johor when you go there? Wink wink hint hint, haha...

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  4. The healthiest bread I have ever seen! Yes, this is all you need for a meal, with maybe some butter. It must smell divine!!

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    1. Bread is best eaten when fresh and hot.. soft and nice..

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  5. You are like me, I also prefer hot piping food rather than bread, I only eat bread when I have no choice

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  6. Oh Claire, you are tempting me! I am now so tempted to get a bread maker! I love bread with lot of fruits and nuts. I will toast the left over bread!

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  7. hahahaa.. something in common, Libby

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  8. Mmmm....can imagine how tasty that bread was. Somehow I prefer to use my bread maker to make buns, paus and pizza base.

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  9. We have a bread maker too and my wife only bakes for me alone!
    So I kept them inside the container to refrigerate and heat them up with oven toaster whenever I want to eat the leftovers. They stay fresh and warm when heated up with butter. Yums!

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