Amazing No-Knead Bread Recipe by Frugal Living NW

ID-100257345The month of January has brought cooler weather to Florida. It used to be that we experienced cold weather at around the end of October and it would continue until at least February. Now that the cooler weather is here, the house is warm and cozy and the thought of fresh baked bread filling the house with a delicious aroma is something that has to be done. Bake some fresh bread.

Angela over at Frugal Living NW  prefers creating dishes from her own kitchen then buying it in the grocery store and has come up with an Amazing No Knead Bread Recipe which uses 4 ingredients – Flour, Salt, Water and Yeast.

After searching for an artisan-quality loaf she can make at home, Angela perfected her recipe and is sharing it with all of us even to the cost per loaf at 81 cents.

Thank you Angela!

Get the Amazing No Knead Bread Recipe Here

Fill your house with the wonderful aroma of delicious bread baking… enjoy and stay warm!

 

Photo courtesy of Apolonia. at FreeDigitalPhotos.net

 

 

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