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Spinach Bread with Parmesan, A Question for You

Published 3 months ago • 1 min read

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Calling All Spinach Lovers!

Even if you're not a fan of spinach on your plate, I'm confident you'll enjoy it in my latest bread machine recipe.

The spinach adds interest and a fresh feel, but it doesn't overwhelm the rich tastes of sweet caramelized onions (don't worry, you don't have to caramelize onions to make this bread) and Parmesan cheese. These flavors combine to make a delicious loaf that's great by itself or in a sandwich. It's also surprisingly good with raspberry preserves.

Spinach Bread with Parmesan: A Bread Machine Miracle

📌Kitchen Tip📌- I have a dietician friend who suggests buying one bag of fresh spinach per week. Challenge yourself to finish it in 7 days. This bread will help (not a lot, but it's a step in the right direction). 🤓

One-Question Survey

Could you do me a favor? Hit reply and answer the question below with A, B, C, or D. No comment is necessary unless you have a question that needs a response.

Question: What kind of bread do you prefer to make with your bread machine?

A. Whole grain bread

B. White bread

C. Can't choose--love it all

D. I don't make bread (see the p.s. below)

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"Your website has significantly improved my bread-making. I didn’t realize that I’ve been making my dough a bit too dry until I read your notes on how it should be kind of sticking but pulling away while mixing."--MEGAN

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