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Party In My Tummy: Easy Peasy Bread from Kerr-afty Creations

by | Food, Uncategorized

Oooof, life’s been busy with my grandfather’s 90th (!) birthday, Father’s Day, crafting for SYTYC and the bubbins getting sick over the weekend, but we’re still chuggin.  We’ve come to the end of the Party In My Tummy series, can you believe it?  Time flies!  There’s a stupendous link party coming up this Thursday for all posts summer related, so I hope you have your posts ready to share!  But before that, let’s welcome my friend Justine from Kerr-afty Creations!  Her blog is another one of my favorites – cozy, personable and full of fun everyday crafts and joys of a young family.  Go check her out!


Hello One Dog Woof readers!! 

My name is Justine and I am so excited to be here today! 

I come from my piece of blogland, Kerr-afty Creations (feel free to stop by and say hello).


I must admit, instead of being in the kitchen I would MUCH rather be playing with the girlies or craftin. I do think my kids deserve some good homemade eats though (checkout our favoriteoatmeal chocolate chip cookies) and I don’t mind a baking day. I’m a huge fan of quantity, if I’m going to be making a dozen cookies I might as well make 8 dozen…especially since they freeze well. So with that in mind…

I thought I would share with you the bread recipe that I use on a regular bases, this recipe yields FOUR Loaves.


Easy Bread Recipe | One Dog Woof


This recipe is in a cookbook that my grandma made me (my aunt’s recipe) and it is marked ‘good recipe for beginners’. So if you’ve never baked your own bread, nows your chance!


Here we go!


The Ingredient Line-up:

All Purpose Flour*

Whole Wheat Flour (Optional)*

1 Tablespoon Salt

1/2 cup Sugar

2 Tablespoons Fast Rising Yeast

4 cups warm water

2 beaten eggs

1/2 cup canola oil

cooking spray, or something to grease the pans


* amount will vary for the flour. Total amount is usually around 8-11 cups. I usually do half all purpose and half whole wheat. In this post I will be using all all-purpose flour.


note: To make bread (or cookies) I use my Bosch mixer. But I’m sure any mixer would work the same(ex. Kitchenaid). You could do it by hand but it would not be as ‘easy’.


Let’s get started!


 -Mix 4 cups flour with the salt and sugar; add yeast.

-Make a well (which is easier if the mixer is not in the middle of the bowl), add the water, beaten eggs, and oil.

 -Mix really well and then add an additional 4 cups flour, mix again.

-Keep slowly adding flour until the dough is neither really sticky or stiff. (I usually poke with my finger if it comes out 99% clean, it’s good. The stickier the dough is, the harder it is to work with. The stiffer the dough the denser the bread) 

-Form the dough into a nice bun shape and place in a large bowl; cover with dish towel; let rise (it should triple the size) approx. 15-20 minutes.

 -Once risen punch down. Cover, let rise again(20 min). punch down, cover, let rise (20 min).

-Meanwhile grease four loaf pans.

 -After letting it rise in the bowl three times,  seperate into four loaves and place them into the pans. Let rise again, this time for 45 minutes.

– Preheat oven to 350 degrees celsius.


-Once they’ve risen, put them in the oven. Bake for 45 minutes, until the crusts are golden brown. 

(My little helper telling me the stove is hot)


– When finished, let them cool on cooling racks, out of the pan.

Easy Bread Recipe | One Dog Woof
-And the last step: cut yourself a slice and enjoy some of your warm homemade bread with some butter. Yum!


P.S. This bread freezes really well, I usually keep two loaves out to eat right away and throw two in the freezer!

I am no expert in the kitchen but if you have questions about any of the steps feel free to contact me through my blog

Thanks so much ChiWei for having me, I LOVE reading your blog and I am so glad I was able to contribute to your Party in my Tummy series!!





Thanks Justine!  That looks like something I can manage, with my terrible (and I mean TERRIBLE, as in “I forget the flour when I bake”) baking skills.

I hope you have enjoyed my first little cooking series and learned some new tips to try out in the kitchen!  Remember to come by and link up your summer posts on Thursday – there’s a giveaway too that includes a Target GC, a Lowe’s GC and some fun summer BBQ accessories!


  1. Chalk in the Rain

    Wow! That looks delicious! I’m a new follower of your blog 🙂 i’m looking forward to reading on more!

  2. { Kristen }

    Yum! That looks like really yummy bread! And, what a little sweetheart for a helper. She is really so adorable!

  3. OpalStitches

    Would it be okay to swap out the Canola Oil with another kind? Maybe vegetable or olive? My tummy doesn’t break down Canola Oil very well but this recipe looks so easy and tasty, I would love to try it 🙂

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