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Going to give this simple 2-ingredient bread recipe a try.

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Going to give this simple 2-ingredient bread recipe a try.

https://www.msn.com/en-us/foodanddri...cid=spartandhp
I like any kind of bread
This should taste fantastic
And blow my blood sugar through the roof
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Damn it! I just finished off the last of the rocky road ice cream we had. I bet it would’ve made good bread.
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I saw this yesterday and decided to give it a whirl. I had several pints of Maple Pecan in the freezer. Trouble was that I don't have loaf pans and I was out of flour so I decided to alter the recipe a little and make more of a 'coffee' cake.
I did have a small box of Bisquick so I let an entire pint of the ice cream melt, added a cup of Bisquick - no added sugar and put it in a 9'' pie pan. I baked it at 350 degrees for 30 min.
It turned out well, light and crumbly and tasted delicious. Too 'light' actually, if I do it again I'll add slightly more Bisquick and add 5 minutes to the bake.
I had a slice this morning with crispy bacon and drizzled in local honey. Next time I'm thinking maple bacon.
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I also tried this. Didn't have any self rising flour so made my own. Mine barely rose at all. Might be my baking powder. I tested it last month and it was fine. I didn't tell husband what it was until after he tasted it. He got a big grin on his face and said, "Whatever it is, it's delicious!" When I told him he thought I was joking. We both really enjoyed it but agreed this one is more like cake than bread.

I used a pint of Pistachio Honey. Figuring we could get about 12 slices out of it I ran the calories. 69 per slice. Not bad for a quick little bite of something sweet, but not overly so. I'd do it again just because it's so easy and fast.
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