Comparison – Bread

This weeks post is about bread.  It is supposed to be a comparison, however, I never looked for another bread brand after I found this one.  Before I found Dave’s, I made my own in my bread machine – I’m sharing that recipe at the end of the post.

This really isn’t a comparison.  After finding Dave’s Killer Bread I didn’t look for any other brands to try.

This bread is light and delicious.  My favorite is the 21-whole grain & seeds (green packaging).  I’ve also tried a couple of the different flavors but always come back to the 21- whole grain & seed.  I’ve used this for toast, sandwiches and in recipes (Jamaican Patties).  In November I will be using it in dressing for Thanksgiving.

As I noted above, prior to finding Dave’s, I made my own bread utilizing the recipe below.  This recipe is one of the recipes from Seven Secrets Cookbook: Healthy Cuisine Your Family Will Love.  This is a delicious bread that cooks up well in the bread machine.  I’ve even ran the dough in the machine & baked it in the oven in a loaf pan.  I baked at 350* until it looked done & it sounded hollow when thumped.  I don’t have an exact time, sorry.  When I have a dinner party, this is my go to bread recipe.  There is nothing better than fresh, hot homemade bread with a meal.

For more information on Dave’s Killer Bread, go here.



(Seven Secrets Cookbook: Healthy Cuisine Your Family Will Love)


1 ¼ c warm water

2 tbsp applesauce

2 tbsp honey

3 c whole wheat flour (or half whole wheat and half unbleached white)

1 tbsp unbleached white flour

1 tsp salt

2 tsp active dry yeast (or 1 packet)


Place ingredients in bread machine according to manufacturer’s instructions.


Do you have a favorite bread that is non-dairy?  Comment & let me know.

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