Sweet breads are always a favorite around our house. We love banana bread, pumpkin bread and Amish Friendship Bread. I remember my mom receiving a bag with the bread start. As a kid I loved mixing the start each day in the bag. As the days pass, adding a couple of ingredients grows the start so that it is enough to share with friends. It is like sharing on Facebook, only better because it is something real. Along with some of my blog friends, we’ve teamed up to give you “Facebook Friend” styled projects and a GIVEAWAY!!! I’m sure you will “like” it.
This bread can be switched up to try in different flavors. Chocolate, vanilla even butterscotch. The touch of cinnamon and sugar tops of the amish friendship bread perfectly.
The start is great to share with friends, or do the work for them and wrap up a loaf with some baker’s twine to make their day.
As I got involved with the Amish Friendship Bread as a kid, it is perfect to get the kids involved with cooking.
Now go on and share this amish friendship bread with all your friends. They deserve it. Plus, check out the printable recipe below!
Check out these other fun Facebook inspired ideas from #MyFavoriteBloggers:
Melanie ~ It Happens In A Blink ~ Friendship Gift Pillow Boxes
Emily ~ The Benson Street ~ Amish Friendship Bread
Amy ~ One Artsy Mama ~ Friendship Bracelet
Adrianne ~ Happy Hour Projects ~ Macrame Friendship Bracelets
Bethany ~ Pitter and Glink ~ Friendship Gift Tag and Mason Jar Label (Free Printable)
Kara ~ Happy Go Lucky Blog ~ Tea-riffic Friend Gift
Kadie ~ 7Alive All Livin’ in a Double Wide ~ Simple Finger Loom Rubber-Band Friendship Bracelets
Get the Printable Amish Friendship Bread Recipe (Digital Recipe below) here:
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