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Wednesday, July 16, 2014

All Natural Egg Bread Mix

 We were away for  5  days for our vacation so I got behind with my online stuff.  When we arrived home from Ocean City, a package was waiting at our porch.  Inside the package was three  boxes of Voila! Hallah, all natural egg bread mixes.  Honestly, baking is not my forte  but I love trying new things so Tribes-A-Dozen's Mixin Tradition gave me a perfect opportunity to  explore baking.
I tried the traditional one first as the time to prepare it us a bit shorter.  I actually liked my first experience of  baking and I have Tribes-A-Dozen to thank for it as their  bread mix is very easy to  do.
We all enjoyed the first loaf that I baked.  We ate it as our merienda and none of it was left, it was delicious!
The dough did not rise as much as it could but  it still tasted so good!
















The next one I baked was the Simply Spelt.  This required  45 minutes more to rise but just the same, it was delicious.  My kids  preferred the traditional one so if I have to buy a bread mix again next time, I would choose the traditional one.
My husband bought me a  bread machine when we were still in Korea but I have never used it because I honestly don't like baking.  Gladly, Tribes A Dozen offers a modern way to bake bread without  too much of a mess in the kitchen.  I love the experience and the next time, I would bake bread again, I would buy their  bread mixes for easy baking.  I highly recommend their  all natural egg bread mixes, it's easy to prepare and they are delicious!

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Alexandra Young said...

This looks awesome! I have always been intimidated by baking bread but I would give these a try!

Nichole Arnold said...

That looks so tasty! You can come bake a few for me and the clan over here! I love bread in any form lol

jo-anne said...

It looks good. This is my type of baking - easy to do and not too messy

ALittleSomethingExtra Lagniappe said...

This looks so simple that I think even I could make one of these! I'm just beginning to have some success baking bread and these look like a great addition to my recipe list.

Chrissy Mazzocchi said...

That bread looks so amazing and delicious! Now I'm hungry :)

Heather said...

These breads look delicious! I've only made bread using my bread maker and even ruined a few loaves that way ... yeah, I don't know how either. Based on your review, it sounds as though Tribes A Dozen has some products that I definitely need to check out when I head to the grocery on Thursday! YUM!

Victoria Sconion said...

That looks delicious! I'm horrible with bread. Bread and cheese spread, bread and pesto sauce, bread and garlic oil, bread in sauce. yeah I'm obsessed. lol

Marie Baker said...

That looks so good! I love their bread it's delicious!

Greta said...

That hallah looks super tasty! I'll have to look for these mixes, as t's got to be better than making it from scratch

Kristal Deane said...

Oh my that looks too good for words. With a side of garlic sauce I would be in heaven! :)

mommyatozblog.com said...

That looks delicious! And since it's from a mix it seems doable, even for the kitchen-challenged like myself :)

kat b said...

OMG this looks amazing! I love bread and this is something I must try. Going to check them out now. Thanks!

Sherrie Bama said...

There is nothing better than fresh baked bread. There you go making me hungry again. This bread looks really good. I liked the way the first one looked so yummy. I could eat and eat. Some soft butter with it. Yes.

Caitlin Stevens said...

Oh my goodness... That first loaf looks absolutely amazing! My Husband loves when I make homemade bread... This looks like much less of a hassle.

working mama said...

yummylicious... this must be something that i want to try

Hazel JL said...

Did you still use the breadmaker for this? I always wanted to make bread but I don't have a breadmaker.

Chubskulit Rose said...

Hazel JL, I did not use my breadmaker. I only used my mixing bowl for this.

Dhemz said...

I love this bread...super easy to make...less mess indeed!

Ria C said...

I hope they sell that kind of bread dough here in Dubai. They look sumptuous and I would like to bake one.

Jo said...

I love anything natural! This one really looks great! You baked it well! :)

Ria C said...

I would like to try this sis. I hope they can ship to Dubai. My only concern is that it's a perishable good and I'm not sure it'll pass our customs hahaha. Pagbakasyon ko dyan ulit sa US, I'll buy few and try it there.

Eileen said...

I am a mess in the kitchen when it comes to baking. I leave that task to my mom who is a splendid baker. I wish I could find something like that here, and I am taking your word that it is easy to make bread with their mixes. Thanks for sharing.

Riza Acebuche said...

I haven't tried yet baking cause we don't machine for baking. Puro hot cake lang kami. :)

papaleng said...

wow! picture pa lang, kakagutom na. Baking pastries is one obsession my wife is aching to achieve.

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