Sunday, March 14, 2010

Guacamole Bread



For this Healthy Bread in five minutes a day I made the guacamole bread with tomato, garlic and avocado I added 2! in the dough. I didn't get round to doing the pesto one.
Overall we all enjoyed this bread the avocado made it lovely and moist, and it made great sandwiches or a snack for dipping in olive oil.

Be sure to click on Michelle's Blog Big Black Dogs and follow the links to all the other bread makers, they are inspiring and I am learning so much from everyone.
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42 comments:

  1. yay I am first to comment today hehehe, wow you are becoming quite the bread expert!!! what a combination, cant even imagine bread with avocados in it.

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  2. Kids won't lie...Jasmine enjoys it so much!

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  3. I loved this bread as well! It was so moist...I couldn't stop eating it!

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  4. Sounds great. I love using different breads to make sandwiches.

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  5. Very creative and very tempting! Jasmine is really cute, and has grown since I saw her in Paris.

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  6. Sounds awesome with avocado!

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  7. Avocado in bread! Sounds awesome. Such a lovely homemade, healthier bread. Your daughter is so adorable, Rebecca!

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  8. guacamole bread sounds sooo good. avocados are so delicious, and I'm sure I'd love the bread!

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  9. Adorable little taste-tester ;) I found this bread very tasty also but mine didn't rise as well as yours.

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  10. Would that ever make a fabulous tomato sandwich! Or even a grilled cheese tomato sandwich.
    Guess I'm going to have to make this bread, Rebecca!

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  11. Now that is a new one on me...makes me want dosai!

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  12. Your guacamole bread looks terrific! Looks like Jasmine agrees:D

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  13. A Guacamole Bread, Certainly innovative. Never heard of that bread until now. BTW, your daughter is cute as a button!

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  14. That looks tasty, I love guacamole.

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  15. Oh, I love this bread. What a great idea adding avocado to bread.

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  16. This is too good to be true!!

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  17. Interesting. I've had bread with avocado, but never made into the bread. Nice!!!

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  18. I would think avocado would make a very moist bread. I love the healthy breads you are posting - looking at the book.

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  19. The bread sounds really delicious! I love the flavors. And what a cute!

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  20. Peanutts: oh wish I could give you and your lil boy a slice
    sweet and savory: thanks
    Angie: oh so true
    Joanne: you and me both lol
    Melinda: oh it makes it so much fun
    Laura: oh she is walking everywhere now
    5 star foodie thanks
    Mary: aw thanks so much
    Emily: oh you must get the book you would love it
    savoring time in the kitchen used self raising flour by mistake!
    Barbara: oh wow grilled cheese good idea
    Chef E sure your not Indian!
    Kim: thanks
    Cool Lassie thanks
    Janice: you would love this then
    food and fate thanks
    Sari: the books I can't take the credit!
    Kris: smiles
    Jenn: smiles
    Claudia: oh it was yum
    Reeni thnks

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  21. I loved this dough, it was so easy to work with and formed buns with no trouble at all.

    Gorgeous loaf!

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  22. I didn't get around to making this bread yet, but I will! What a darling picture of your little tike. So sweet!

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  23. We loved this bread. Your loaf is beautiful, but you really outdid yourself on that beautiful child in the bottom picture.

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  24. Yum, this looks so good and how precious is that little one?

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  25. I enjoyed this bread, but all three of my kiddos turned their noses up at it which kind of makes it a fail in our house. Nice to see your little one enjoying it!
    ~Jenny~

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  26. Your sandwich looked fantastic!

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  27. I think I need to add more avocado like you did - looks great.

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  28. I'm definitely going to make this bread this week. You are very creative with your dishes!

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  29. Beautiful bread..........great job!!!

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  30. Avocado bread, perfect for St. Patrick's Day!

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  31. Your sandwich looks delicious! And your daughter's such a cutie - what a smile!

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  32. Looks delicious. Glad to see your feeding it to the young one and she likes it!

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  33. Your bread is beautiful...as is the sweetie enjoying it!

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  34. Oh yes, this is what I'm looking forward to...FROM dear Rebecca! Well done again! I'm sure you're pretty excited about this bread making project. Enjoy and have fun!

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  35. thanks all for your kind comments
    much love Rebecca

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  36. Your bread looked great. Nice looking texture and crumb. And that sandwich, I just wanted to take a bite.

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  37. I didn't think about using this bread as a dipping bread. Good idea! I liked the dough. I made pizza with mine.

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  38. Catching up on loads of blogs this morning...! I heard about this avocado bread on someone else's blog yesterday, I never thought you could bake avocado and it keep it's green colour, I'm amazed! Your little girl looks like she's enjoying it too.

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  39. Rebecca, your daughter gets more beautiful by the day!!!

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  40. Wow - so imaginative. . .I would have never thought of this. Need to try this some day.

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