Simply Homemade With Fleischmann’s

Food has always been something that I’ve enjoyed.  Besides frying, baking is my second favorite way to cook.  And I’ve never been one to shy away from carbs.  Needless, to say we are huge bread lovers.  So, I was thrilled when I got to opportunity to test out Simply Homemade by Fleischmann’s.
If you’re a fan of bakery breads then you’ll love the Simply Homemade product line.  They have four delicious flavors to choose from- Country White, Italian Herb, Stoneground Wheat and Multi-Grain.  I’m sure that demand increases they’ll be adding more flavors to the line.  I for one wouldn’t mind seeing a garlic bread added.

And I can’t tell you how easy and simple it is to make these breads.  You literally just stir in the ingredients.  Then you let the your dough rise for about 25 minutes covered up and in a warm place.  Your kitchen counter will do.  Then you put in a 400 preheated oven for 20 minutes and you’re done!  Yes, it’s just that easy folks.

These breads are served best with soups, stews and chili.  They’re perfect for sopping up the juices.  Why settle for some boring soup crackers when you can jazz it up a notch huh?  I haven’t had any complaints my family.  In fact, Moo is totally obsessed with these breads.  She ate almost a half loaf by herself just yesterday. True story.  And JJ got in on the action too.
Seriously, if you haven’t tried these you should.  And with Thanksgiving less than a week away, it’s the perfect time to let your family think you were slaving away making delicious bread loaves from scratch.  I’ve already purchased some more Country White for our Thanksgiving dinner and know the kids will be delighted to see it!
Disclaimer: I received a free party pack from to host a party and simply wanted to share this treasure on my blog.  It was not a requirement.  All opinions expressed are 100% my own!


  1. Kim Porter

    November 18, 2012 at 3:38 pm

    Oooh the bread looks yummy!!! I have to try it. I love fresh, baked bread

  2. Unknown

    November 18, 2012 at 3:38 pm

    Oooh the bread looks yummy!!! I have to try it. I love fresh, baked bread

  3. toi

    November 19, 2012 at 3:09 pm

    that looks yummy 🙂

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