25 Blogs with Mouth Watering Tips for Making Homemade Bread with the Kids

2013 March 17
by Michelle

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bread 25 Blogs with Mouth Watering Tips for Making Homemade Bread with the KidsThere aren’t many people who don’t enjoy the smell of fresh bread baking in the oven.  As parents get busier and the grocery stores get closer, however, it is far easier to pick up bread from the store than to make it at home.  Many kids don’t even know what it smells like when homemade bread is baking in the oven. If you want to take a stab at baking your own bread, these 25 blog entries will show you how to make yeast bread, quick bread, rolls and even gluten-free bread.

Yeast Bread

Making bread with your kids doesn’t have to be difficult.  It may take a little patience on your part and theirs, but the bread will be worth it in the end.  First things first, make sure that your yeast is fresh and alive, as there’s nothing more frustrating than mixing up a batch of bread only to have it not rise and have to throw it away.  Most bread ingredients can probably be found in your kitchen right now.  Take a look at these five blog posts about making yeast bread with your kids.


While bread making isn’t too difficult, it can be very time consuming having to wait for the bread to rise. Sometimes you and the kids just don’t have the time or patience to wait for the bread to finish. These five blog articles will show you easy ways to make bread.

Sweet Quick Bread

Quick bread requires no yeast and no kneading.  Just dump your ingredients into the bowl and stir.  Working with your kids to learn how to measure ingredients can also be very helpful later in math class when they work with fractions.  Help your kids follow the directions and pour the mixture into a greased bread pan and bake.  In about an hour you can have all sorts of quick breads.  These five blog articles are just the tip of the quick bread iceberg; there are thousands of recipes from which to choose.


Kids can make rolls in many shapes and sizes.  Mix up a batch of dough and let your kids create kid-sized rolls in different shapes.  Yeast dough can be used to make cheesy bread as a snack, side dish or for cinnamon rolls as breakfast or dessert.  Take some guidance from these five blog posts and then try to invent your own rolls.


If you have a gluten allergy, you may think that bread is out of your life forever.  However, you’d be wrong.  There are gluten-free breads that you can buy from the store, but why not make your own at home so you know exactly what goes in it?  It’s not as hard as you may think.  Grab the kids and check out these gluten-free recipes for all sorts of breads on these five blog posts.

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2 Responses
  1. March 17, 2013

    Thank you so much for sharing my recipe for homemade rolls!

  2. March 18, 2013

    Great round-up! Thanks for including Delicious Knowledge! Have a great day, Alex

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