Mill City Bread Co Part 2 – Sponsored Review


~This sponsored review is made possible by Mill City Bread Co. ~Compensation for this post included five bread mixes free of charge to try; all opinions expressed within this post are my own.~

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Now is part 2 of my sponsored review for Mill City Bread Co. You can read part 1 here.

Today I made both the loaf of Whole Wheat Bread and Ciabatta Bread.

Ciabatta

Whole Wheat

Each mix comes with a bread mix, yeast, and a corn meal packet.

Step one is to add bread flour and yeast to a bowl.

Whole Wheat mix and yeast

Ciabatta mix yeast

Step two add the recommended amount of water and mix.

Whole Wheat mixed

Ciabatta mixed

Step three cover with plastic wrap and allow to rise…about 12 hours or so.

Step four transfer to pan and bake. For these loaves, I used an actual loaf pan.

Whole Wheat1

Ciabatta1

For these loaves, since I do not own a clay baker, which is the suggested baking vessel, I pre-heated the oven to 400 degrees and baked each for 30 minutes at that temperature then turned it down to 350 degrees and baked the whole wheat loaf for another 15 minutes and the ciabatta loaf for another 25 minutes.

Whole Wheat2

Ciabatta2

All that I can say is that they are wonderful! Mill City Bread’s Artisan Bread offers an easy to make and wonderfully flavored breads, just like what you can buy in any bakery. I don’t imagine that either of these loaves will last any longer that the first two loaves that were made for my family.

Lil miss and Wheat Slice

~This sponsored review is made possible by Mill City Bread Co. ~Compensation for this post included five bread mixes free of charge to try; all opinions expressed within this post are my own.~