BSI - Easy Peanut Butter Wheat Bread

Ms Kim, author of Ordinary Recipes Made Gourmet was my first foodie friend. She is the host of this week's BSI (Blogger Secret Ingredient) and chose Peanut Butter for this weeks contest. Now I don't claim to be any kind of culinary expert nor do I think my cooking talents even compare to some of the foodie blogs I frequent. You see I love to cook for family and friends. And, I love to eat and blog, so that's how this all started.  I have never entered into any kind of food contest. However, after being inspired by Kim and the others who participate in BSI, I conferred with Red. He's my son, and official taster, who said, Go for it Ma! With that, I decided I should join in the fun. I'm nervous and excited. Red agreed to help me with the photos too[big grin] For the BSI nothing fancy from me, just an easy favorite; Bread machine Peanut Butter Wheat Bread.


About 15 years ago my mother bought me a bread machine. I just love that thing and home made bread! There is just no way I would be making bread as often as I do if it wasn't for that old bread machine! 

1 1/2 cups water
1 1/2 teaspoons salt
2 1/2 tablespoons brown sugar
3 cups bread flour *
1 cup whole wheat flour *
2 teaspoons active dry yeast
3/4 cup peanut butter

Bread machine method 'cause I'm no baker [ha ha ha]
Add ingredients to the bread pan in the order given except for the peanut butter. Set bread machine to basic setting and begin. If your bread machine has an "add ingredients" setting, at that point, add the peanut butter. If yours does not have this feature, add the peanut butter when the second kneading begins. In three hours you will have one loaf of delicious peanut butter wheat bread.

* The original recipe is from the bread book cookbook and calls for white bread flour. I reduced the white and added the wheat.

Peanut Butter Wheat Bread and Grape Jam, Yummy!

Here are our previous hosts:
Week 44: Ordinary Recipes Made Gourmet - Peanut Butter
Week 43: The Sophisticated Gourmet - Brown Sugar
Week 42: My Kitchen Addiction – Lime
Week 41: Nutmeg Nanny – Coffee
Week 40: Chaya’s Comfy Cook – Broccoli
Week 39: Healthy Delicious – Plums
Week 38: Zoe - Feta
Week 37: ChezWhat- Potatoes
Week 36: Cinnamon, Spice & Everything Nice – Blueberries
Week 35: Girlichef -Greens
Week 34: The Ungourmet – Watermelon
Week 33: Bread + Butter – Bell Pepper
Week 32: Burp and Slurp -Corn
Week 31: Say Yes to Salad – Kabocha
Week 31 1/2: Simply Fabulous Now - Cherries
Week 30: Thinspired – Bananas
Week 29: To Be The Whole Package – Almonds
Week 28: Kristas Kravings – Lemon
Week 27: From French Fries To Flax Seeds – Coconut
Week 26: Plentiful Plants – Avocado
Week 25: Training Fuel – Eggs
Week 24: Dinner at Christina’s – Cabbage
Week 23: Hey What’s for Dinner, Mom? – Strawberries
Week 22: One Bite at a Time – Basil
Week 21: Just Sweet Enough – Black Beans
Week 20: What I Ate Yesterday – Kale
Week 19: What’s for Dinner – Orange
Week 18: BranAppetit! –Spinach
Week 17: Tales of Expansion Dates
Week 16: Biggest Diabetic Loser – Zucchini
Week 15: Sweet & Natural –Peppermint
Week 14: bella eats [and runs] – Ginger
Week 13: Coffee Talk – Walnuts
Week 12: For the Love of Oats – Pumpkin
Week 11: Trying to Heal – Sweet Potatoes
Week 10: The Inner Workings of a College Graduate – Eggplant
Week 9: Itzy’s Kitchen – Pears
Week 8: The Fitnessista – Cranberries
Week 7: Tri to Cook – Lentils
Week 6: Rhodey Girl Tests – Polenta
Week 5: Eating Bender – Butternut Squash
Week 4: Care to Eat – Apples
Week 3: On a Lobster Placemat – Mushrooms
Week 2: Hangry Pants – Tomatoes
Week 1: sportsnutritionliving – Quinoa


Vodka Logic said…
I used to use my bread machine all the time, I need to dig it out and try the recipe.

I'd love to do a week sometime. I host a weekly recipe exchange here:
Unknown said…
Oh, that looks good! Peanut butter and whole wheat make a great combination.
How yummy this is - I'd love to make a PB & jelly with it! Double peanut butter goodness! BSI is so fun!
vicy said…
Hi!!Blog hopping here..Hope you can drop by on my page too. God Bless!!
ZoomProfit said…
wow.. i want eat that's
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The Salty Chef said…
This sounds like an interesting bread, saves you from having to slather peanut butter on top.
Metz said…
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