Peasant bread

Discover the simple joy of homemade peasant bread with these delicious recipes. Bake your own rustic loaf and enjoy the warm, crusty goodness.
No-knead peasant bread — the best, easiest bread you will every make. This bread takes five minutes to whisk together — there's no need to flour a work surface or get your hands dirty. This bread might just change your life. #peasantbread #bread #noknead #diy #breadbaking Dessert, Scones, Muffin, Pizzas, Brunch, Breads, Peasant Bread, Bread, Favorite Recipes

Notes: The bread: This is a sticky, no-knead dough, so, some sort of baking vessel, such as pyrex bowls (you need two 1-qt bowls) or ramekins for mini loaves is required to bake this bread. See notes below the recipe for sources. You can use a bowl that is about 2 qt or 2 L in size to bake off the whole batch of dough (versus splitting the dough in half) but do not use this size for baking half of the dough — it is too big. Peasant Bread Fans! There is now a book: Bread Toast Crumbs, a…

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Leah McCall
Two different loaves of delicious homemade peasant bread. One loaf is displayed on a folder towel and the other is sliced and in a cute basket ready to serve. Breads, Bread Recipes, Quick Bread Recipes, Peasent Bread, Homemade Bread Easy, Bread Recipes Homemade, Easy Bread Recipes, Homemade Bread Dough, Homemade Bread

This peasant bread recipe is so fast and easy to make! Depending on the temperature in your kitchen it can be made from start to finish in about 3 hours. Peasant bread is so soft and tasty that multiple times people have mistaken it for sourdough bread. It is also egg-free and dairy-free. #bread #peasantbread #dairyfree #eggfree #blessedbeyondcrazy

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My mother's no-knead peasant bread. Obviously, I am not suggesting you serve this for the whole dinner, but this no-knead super-easy bread is such a treat with any dinner you might prepare Desserts, Bread Recipes, Pizzas, Sandwiches, Muffin, Bread Dough, Homemade Bread, Bread Baking, Bread

Notes: The bread: This is a sticky, no-knead dough, so, some sort of baking vessel, such as pyrex bowls (you need two 1-qt bowls) or ramekins for mini loaves is required to bake this bread. See notes below the recipe for sources. You can use a bowl that is about 2 qt or 2 L in size to bake off the whole batch of dough (versus splitting the dough in half) but do not use this size for baking half of the dough — it is too big. Peasant Bread Fans! There is now a book: Bread Toast Crumbs, a…

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Alexandra's Kitchen