If you’ve thought about baking bread but have never gotten around to it, how about this incentive:

Delicious and fragrant multigrain cinnamon-raisin bread, perfect for brunch, with a cheese plate or for snacking.

One of our favorite uses for cinnamon-raisin bread:

  • Toasted cream cheese or goat cheese sandwiches.
  • Brie or mozzarella grilled cheese sandwiches.
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    You can bake the bread easily at home, with this bundled from King Arthur Flour.

    Maybe you know someone who’d like it as a Father’s Day Gift?
     
     
    WHAT’S IN THE BREAD KIT

  • Red Glazed Long Covered Baker
  • Super 10 Flour Blend
  • SAF Yeast
  • Vietnamese Cinnamon
  • Printed Recipe (here’s the recipe)
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    BYO butter, honey, raisins, salt and sugar.

    The kit is $ 139.80, which includes the Emile Henry bread baker, which alone costs $ 130.00.

    This specially-designed covered baker from France’s acclaimed manufacturer was designed to make artisan breads with crisp, golden crusts and chewy, airy interiors. Use it with many other recipes.

     

    Cinnamon Raisin Bread
    [1] What could be better than Sunday brunch with a loaf of warm cinnamon-raisin bread?

    Cinnamon Raisin Bread Kit
    [2] Here’s what you get in the bread-baking kit (both photos © King Arthur Flour).

     
    The domed lid and ceramic walls trap steam to create a dry, crackling exterior. Handles on the lid make it easy to remove, and the ridged bottom of the pan keeps dough from sticking.

    Dishwasher-, freezer-, microwave- and oven-safe, it will be your companion for a lifetime of baking.
     
     
    GET YOUR BAKING KIT HERE.

    THEN: Ready, Set, Bake!

      


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