Baking Bread

March 29, 2012

Last week, my daughter’s class learned how to bake bread, and they were sent home with some ingredients and the assignment to make bread for themselves and also to bring back a loaf to donate to a local community center. King Arthur Flour supplied the ingredients.

Luckily, she picked Tea Sandwiches for her lunch this week–Cream Cheese, Cucumber, and Dill, to be specific–so I needed to make bread for that anyway. I had discovered some wheat berries in the cupboard, so Agave Wheat Berry Bread was the pick for “home” bread. We did cheat and make the dough in my bread machine, but my daughter helped add all the ingredients, and we did bake it in the oven.

A little cookbook browsing revealed a recipe for Poppy Seed Pull-Apart Rolls in Vegan Brunch, so that is what we decided to make to take back to school on Monday. This we did pretty much from scratch–just used a hand mixer with dough blades to mix it up. The rolls recipe made sixteen, so she and my husband each tried one to make sure they came out OK–too many gluten cooties for me!

Agave Wheat Berry Bread
Poppy Seed Pull-Apart Rolls
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