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Artisan Bread In Five Cookbook

In my pre gluten free days I loved to make bread. I did a lot of experimenting and tried a lot of different bread recipes. One of my favorite books on bread making was Artisan Bread in Five Minutes a Day.

I loved this book and did a whole post about it a few years ago. They make bread making easy and doable for even those that have never done it before.

Well my friend Carrie just told me that Amazon has Artisan Bread in Five Minutes a Day on sale for only $12.99. That is cheaper than I paid for mine two years ago.

If you are wanting to try some new bread recipes I highly recommend this book and that is a great price. It would also make a great gift for someone that loves to bake.

The authors also have a new book called Healthy Bread in Five Minutes a Day: 100 New Recipes Featuring Whole Grains, Fruits, Vegetables, and Gluten-Free Ingredients. This book also looks really good and it contains a whole chapter on gluten free recipes.

Do any of you own this book?

Lynn's Kitchen Adventures


  1. I love this book! Had trouble with the middle of the bread being a little doughy, so I’m going to try tweaking it a bit this winter. I suppose I should probably actually READ the adjustments for high altitude since I’m in Colorado Springs. 🙂

  2. It is so funny you posted this today. I just actually tried this tonight and I have more dough in the fridge and my husband said that it was the best bread that I have ever made so I am anxious to try more with it and also to check out the “healthy” version.

  3. I have this book, and LOVE the bread. My family loves this bread. It is so good to have a batch in the frig, waiting to be made. I may have to buy it, ast the much nicer price, for my daughter for christmas.

  4. I have “Healthy Bread in Five Minutes” and love the gluten free section. Actually, I’ve only made the first gluten free recipe but it’s awesome, hands down the best gluten free bread I’ve ever had. Makes great pizza crust too.

  5. Oh, thanks! I use the base recipe as I found it on an issue of Mother Earth News but never bought the book.

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