Easy raisin bread (no-knead raisin bread)
I’m a big fan of no-knead bread. Aside from the fact that it needs a little advance planning to incorporate into your life, it is quite literally measure, stir, cover and let it do its own thing.
Besides ease, the big thing no-kneads have going for them is the fact that they are super versatile. I’ve tried no-knead bread with all kinds of flours (grain flours – I haven’t tried nut flours and gluten free mixes yet) and it’s pretty darn forgiving. Nearly any mix-in works: seeds, nuts, dried fruit, oats/quinoa flakes etc etc etc
This recipe uses a mix of sunflower and pumpkin seeds + raisins. Here are some pictures of the process, and the recipe in full below. Try! It’s good-for-you bread (the best kind when they taste good) and it’s nut free, so school-friendly!
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