Saturday, December 18, 2010

Hot Bread In 1 Hour

My friend JoyLynn is a cooking consultant for Pantry Secrets.  JoyLynn belongs to Kenny ( #2 musketeer).  She is a fabulous cook.  She is a great decorator.  Her home is perfect in every way.  She is kind and beautiful, inside and out.

Just to prove how kind she is, she taught me how to make bread in 1 hour.  I am serious.  From the time we got out the ingredients until we pulled it out of the oven, it was one hour.  I witnessed a miracle!!!  A Christmas Miracle!!

So, after my class with JoyLynn, I thought about it for 2 days, and then I tried to make some bread.  It is true!  1 hour was all it took.

Now, this recipe belongs to Pantry Secrets.  It is the result of someone taking a lot of time to perfect it.  They (Pantry Secrets) are based out of Utah, but there are consultants springing up every where.  They teach Wheat Bread, too.  Yes, they do it in 1 hour.  They are kind of like Pampered Chef, and teach from the home.  So, I suggest you find someone in your state, or country and have them come to your house and teach you. Or, if you want a part time job, become a consultant yourself.  There is a fee for the classes, but it isn't much ($20.00) and they will teach you how to make braids, calzones, and much more.

But, I have to tell you this bread is fast, easy, and so delicious!  The dough is heavenly.

When JoyLynn made the dough, I thought she could stop right there.  I loved just touching the dough!

So, I am not going to share with you the White Bread Recipe from Pantry Secrets.  Please, go on line and order the DVD, or some cooking supplies or what ever you might need and make some.  I   like the Cinnamon Drops, so you can make Cinnamon Bread, which is the best I have ever eaten.  It makes great toast.  It makes "out of this world" French Toast!

A Bosch Mixer, will make your life easier. If not, you will be mixing for a while if you have to knead it by hand. (It might take you longer than an hour).  A Kitchen Aid mixer can do the job, but on this recipe, I would only do 1/2 of the dough at a time, so it won't burden the mixer.

Now, I will tell you some things I learned.

Contact your nearest Pantry Secrets Consult, or better yet, order  DVD.  It will be some of the best money you have ever spent.  You will save buying premade items from the store, and will be using that money to recover the small price of the DVD.  And you will be healthier, and stay home and not do impulsive buying.

*I have been eating Weight Watchers diet for a while now.  I try to buy bread that is low in calories and high in fiber.  It isn't always easy to gag down some of the bread I buy.  It doesn't satisfy me.  However, I have eaten this bread for a week.  I eat two slices a day.  This week I lost 3 pounds.  I think Lecithin is a result of that.  I didn't do anything else different.  I love of Lecithin!

I know you can order Lecithin from Pantry Secrets.

You can make other types of bread with this dough.

Spread melted butter on the dough.

Sprinkle Garlic Spread on the dough.  My favorite is Johnny's Garlic Spread from Cost Co.  McCormick makes a garlic spread, as has 3 cheeses in it and it is very good. I have't checked to see if Pantry Secrets offers it.  I bet they do, but I haven't checked.  Also, sprinkle some Italian Seasoning on the dough.  Sprinkle it as thick or lightly as your little desires.  Just make it how you want it, and know you will love it.


Put the pans close together, but not touching.  The bread will raise and you don't want it to touch when it grows big.  Cover the dough with a clean towel.  One without lint!!!!

Set the timer for 25 minutes.  This is 25 minute of the total 60 minutes from start to finish!  Can you believe this miracle in one hour.  And during ths 25 minutes you can clean up your kitchen and your bosch and set the table for dinner.  Or rest and read the latest Somerset Magazine you got in the mail, or play Words With Friends, or...... you get the idea!  Multi-taking is great, isn't it!!!
Don't look at the bread.
Don't lift the towel.
Just wait.
You will see it growing.

Preheat the over to 350 degrees.

Bake the bread, (loaves not touching) for 25 minutes.

Remove from bread pan onto a cooling rack.
Spread softened butter on the bread, all the sides.
I like to use a paper towel and spread the butter evenly on the top, but also to remove the excess butter.  The bread will pucker a little from the butter, but it is suppose to, don't be alarmed.

Let the bread cool.

Then enjoy!
And enjoy you will!
This will all be accomplished in 1 hour!
You are a super hero now!!!

Butter, jam or honey on hot bread is the best dessert in the world.  Or for an after school snack. You kids will worship the ground you walk on. You will thank me!  You will thank Pantry Secrets!  You will be rushing to the phone to tell your friends and relatives.  You will be astonished, as never before of the greatness you now possess.  You are truly magnificent!

Oh, and next time you can add the cinnamon drops that Pantry Secrets has.  It makes cinnamon bread raise to a new level.  It is fabulous toast, or French Toast.  And your home smells so good when it is baking.  Oh, there are so many things you can do with this recipe.  Just use your imagination!

Good Luck!

Remember Pantry Secrets and all they offer in your will!  We all need to let them know how wonderful their company is.  I love what they offer!!!!

** Due to Pinterest and other marketing media, I have removed the actual recipe for this bread.  It is not my place to offer free to the world what some lovely ladies have worked very hard to develop.  I appologize to Pantry Secrets for making public the recipe.  It is their business, and I, without realizing the possibility of so many seeing this blog, shared what I should not have.

** Please Contact Pantry Secrets to assist you with this wonderful bread!!!!


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  2. I ♥ homemade bread. I added some olive oil and ground flax seed to my recipe yesterday. Mmmm...

  3. So I sorta came up with WW Points Plus....I figured it by splitting the recipe into the 4 loaves and then I did 10 slices a loaf and I got 3 points a slice. If you only break into the 4 loaves it is 34 points a loaf so if you add other goodies to it that will help you figure it out :)


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