Potato Honey Bread Mix
Use this to make sandwiches and fabulous french toast.
- Fabulous homemade white bread made with Idaho potato flour, honey, and milk
- Pure white bread, beautiful, wholesome, and good from Idaho's mountain valleys
- Sweetened with honey--no sugar added
- Double soft--both honey and potato flour keep bread soft and moist (hygroscopic)
- Makes a big, tall loaf
- Makes great soft rolls and buns
- Good for everyday use, sandwiches, and French toast
- Can be made in your bread machine or oven
"This bread stays soft forever."
Well, not quite forever, but longer than you expect. This a great bread for sandwiches, French toast, and everyday use. Check the reviews.
Since it's made with both honey and potato flour, both hygroscopic, your bread will be moist and soft for days. Hygroscopic means that it will retain moisture.
Try our Potato Honey Bread Mix! It's sure to become a new family favorite--or we'll give you your money back.
About Honey Bread
You will find five honey breads on our site:
- Potato Honey Bread. It's a combination of potato and bread (white) flour.
- Farmhouse Honey Bread, a combination of white and wheat flour.
- Whole Wheat Honey Bread
- Oat and Honey Bread
- Sunflower Sunshine Bread
The Sunshine Sunflower Bread is primarily a toast and breakfast bread. It's a "nutty bread" loaded with sunflower seeds and a little sweeter than most breads.
Most, but not all, breads have a sweetener, like honey or sugar, to give the yeast a kick and get it growing. Yeast has the ability to convert starch to sugar but it's quicker to start it with a sweetener. Then, in the right conditions, the number of yeast spores doubles every ten to fifteen minutes.
Yeast is sensitive to temperature. It works best at 79 degrees. That's why we specify 80 degrees and ask you to use a thermometer. Salt, acid, and some spices will impede the growth of yeast and sometimes kill it.
Honey is a powerful sweetener, fructose instead of sucrose. And we taste it differently; the taste lingers in the mouth longer. It seems like it's sweeter.
And honey is hygroscopic. Instead of drying out, honey draws moisture from the air (as does the potato flour.) So, honey bread stays moister, longer. There's not a lot of honey in the bread so the difference is subtle. But honey bread is different.
How to Make Wonderful French Toast with Your Homemade Bread
Homemade bread makes better French toast. With potato flour, this makes wonderful French toast, whether traditional French toast, stuffed French toast, or baked French toast.
"This bread makes the best crème brûlée French toast ever," Erica Sellers
Terrific Sandwiches that You can Make with this Bread:
"Very good bread. This is one of my new favorite breads. It is soft and delicious with a little sweetness. I use it to make bbq pulled pork sandwiches and it was amazing."
Potato Honey Bread Mix
The products are always great!
I’m a fan of the honey bread mixes, a tasty alternative to a plain old slice of white bread. The potato honey version adds an interesting feeling of bulk to the sense of sweetness.
My daughter in law was gifted a bread maker for Christmas. I am so glad I was able to find this great variety of bread as a basket gift for her. They love all the breads so far.
Good, needs a bit more honey