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Making Honey Whole Wheat Bread — 26 Comments

  1. Hi Melissa, Thanks so much for your kind comments and visit! I’d recommend my recipe for Prizewinning Pineapple Jam to top this bread! 🙂 Come back again soon! Blessings, Janet

  2. Hi Charlene, This recipe is really good – I hope you enjoy it! Thanks for hosting Family Joy Blog Link Up every week! Warm wishes for a very Happy and Prosperous New Year! Blessings, Janet

  3. Looks incredibly yummy! I was wondering if dry powdered milk is necessary? One of my children has a milk allergy and would like to make this dairy free. Would it alter the taste much? Thanks!

  4. Hi Luna, I believe you could leave out the powdered milk in this recipe and still get good results. I wouldn’t add almond milk because then you would be increasing the liquid component. Let me know how it comes out. This is such a great bread – we love it! Thanks for your visit and kind comments! Come back again soon! Blessings, Janet

  5. Thanks for sharing on Sunday’s Best. I love honey wheat bread. I’ve never made it, but I’ve been wanting to try my hand. I’m saving your recipe.

  6. Hi Rhonda, I hope you’ll try this recipe for Honey Whole Wheat Bread because it is really good! Thanks for hosting Sunday’s Best Link Up! Blessings, Janet

  7. Hi Michelle, You made my day! I had no idea my blog was read in South Africa – isn’t the internet amazing?! I wish you could smell this bread – if someone could bottle the aroma they could make some dough – pun intended! 🙂 Thanks for the kind comments! Have a great week! Come back again soon! Blessings, Janet

  8. This bread looks absolutely delicious! I have got to give it a try. Thanks for sharing with SYC.
    hugs,
    Jann

  9. Hi Jann, I hope you have a chance to try Honey Whole Wheat Bread soon! This recipe is a favorite in my house! See you Thursday at SYC! Blessings, Janet

  10. I can’t imagine a better comfort food on a cold January day than a slice (or two or three) of this bread. Congrats, you’re featured this week at the #ThisIsHowWeRoll Link Party.

  11. Yum – that sounds amazing! Definitely pinning to try for my family. Do you think there would be any differences for high altitude?

  12. Hi Susan, I agree with you wholeheartedly! Thanks so much for the feature and for hosting This is How We Roll! Blessings, Janet

  13. Hi Jamie, Thanks for your visit, kind comments and for pinning this recipe! Regarding your high altitude question, check the section “High Altitude Baking” on the website http://www.kingarthurflour.com. This site has charts for you to refer to as well as explanations for why changes are needed. I hope you find it helpful! Blessings, Janet

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  15. Hey Janet, me again. Just to let you know that the wonderful smell of this bread baking was so enticing that I had no other option but to choose you as my feature for this week’s Sweet Inspiration Party. Hope we see you again soon.

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  17. Congratulations!
    Thanks so much for sharing with us, your recipe is featured on Full Plate Thursday this week. Enjoy you weekend and your new Red Plate!
    Miz Helen

  18. Thanks Michelle, I’m honored! I hope you get to taste this bread soon – it won’t disappoint! Thanks for the feature and for hosting Sweet Inspiration! Blessings, Janet

  19. Hi Joyce, What a nice idea to share bread making with your SIL! The recipe makes 2 loaves, so that’s one for each of you! Thanks for the visit, kind comments and pinning the recipe! Come back again soon! Blessings, Janet

  20. Hi Miz Helen, As always I’m honored when you choose one of my recipes to be featured! Thanks so much! Thanks for hosting Full Plate Thursday also! Have a great week! Blessings, Janet

  21. Hi Barbara, Thanks for letting me know that you liked this Honey Whole Wheat recipe! I need to make some more soon! Thanks for your kind comments and visit! Come back again soon! Blessings, Janet

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