My children don’t love seeds in their bread (weirdos), but I love a good seed bread! This recipe for honey molasses seed bread makes excellent toast. It’s dense, chewy, and very filling.
I grew up eating my mom’s seed bread and loved it. So it was no surprise that turning a honey molasses loaf into a seeded one was a success in my books! The loaf looks pretty, and is packed with extra vitamins and good fats to help boost the nutritional value of your bread.
This would be a great loaf to take to a neighbor, or to keep all to yourself! My kids eat it, but carefully pick out the seeds as they do so. I am left with little piles of all the good stuff when they are done. I seek out those morsels!
This is “adult bread” at our house, and I am perfectly okay with that! Making this seed bread taught me that sometimes, you have to make things that YOU enjoy, even if you are the only one eating them.