Raisin No-Knead Whole Wheat Bread




“By posting this recipe I am entering a recipe contest sponsored by the California Raisin Marketing Board and am eligible to win prizes associated with the contest. I was not compensated for my time.”


I jumped on board to do this post when TheRecipeRedux and the people at CaliforniaRaisins.Org joined together co-sponsor a contest using California Raisins. The one clear thought in my mind was that the dish that I would create should have no added sugar. It kills me when I see recipes with California raisins as one of the principal ingredients and then they add over a cup of sugar to the recipe. Even in a recipe for cake that amount of sugar is overkill when using this delicious dried fruit.

When I was a kid my mother used to pack my lunches; usually a balogna sandwich a piece of fruit and a little box of raisins. The sandwich, as you may well imagine, made for dull and monotonous food; they piece of fruit was usually pretty good, but the California Raisins… they were my treat! Besides their succulent sweet taste, what I enjoyed about them, and still enjoy, is their plumpness and juiciness, and how they roll on my tongue.


California Raisins are not only tasty, they are a ideal food! Take look at the reasons below and you’ll see why:


Satisfy Your Sweet Tooth All Natural Dried in the Sun No Added Sugar Zero Fat An Economical Dried Fruit . . . → Read More: Raisin No-Knead Whole Wheat Bread


No-Knead Whole Wheat Bread – The Video is Here!

The most popular blog entry on My Healthy Eating Habits is my post about no-knead bread whole wheat bread. I developed a recipe based on Jim Lahey’s technique from his book “My Bread“. Now I’ve come out with a video to make the steps more clear. My sister-in-law Mary is ready to make it—she was just waiting for this video. And I hope it makes you want to go out and bake some delicious and tasty whole wheat bread, that’s good for your healthy eating habits, that is of course, if you don’t eat too much of it.