Pictures are sometimes just so cute, it’s hard to look away.
Whenever I see photos of our puppy Tebow, my heart feels full and I can’t help but swoon over this little guy.
Even when he is eating dandelions…
…yep, even then.
Not all pictures are cute though, especially this one.
What it lacks for in appearance though, it makes up for on the inside. So what is that pile of ingredients that I call food? Well my friends, that is a homemade Whole Wheat Bread. I haven’t had a problem with my bread machine yet, but I think the issue was that the flour was too cold. I keep my sugar and flour in the freezer to stay fresh between use, but I was too impatient and didn’t wait for the flour to come to room temperature.
It may not be pretty, but it sure did taste good! Especially when hot, and slathered with a nice smear of butter.
100% Whole Wheat Bread
The steam was even fogging up the camera lens!
(Recipe from my bread machine’s recipe book)
1 and 5/8 cups water
1/3 cup packed brown sugar
2 teaspoons salt
4 and 2/3 cups whole wheat flour
3 teaspoon active dry yeast
First pour water in the bread machine, then add in dry ingredients. Build a well in the center of the dry ingredients and add in yeast. (Do not let yeast touch the liquid).
Set bread maker to the Whole Wheat setting and let the machine do all the work. In just a few hours, you’ll have fresh bread that should be a lot easier on the eyes than my own loaf!
Are you a picture lover who has tons of framed photos in your house? (I do for sure!)
Who or what is in some of your favorite pictures?
Have you made anything in the kitchen lately that looks ugly, but tastes delicious? (Don’t judge a book by its cover)!