Easy Homemade Bread

 This is a easy homemade bread recipe that requires very little kneading of the dough.  The Tupperware Thatsa Bowl is the perfect bowl to make this bread in as it holds 32 cups and allows the dough to expand.  And if you need more room, there is the Tupperware Thatsa Mega Bowl.

Easy Homemade Bread

Easy Homemade Bread


  • 9 cups of flour
  • 1 1/2 cups scalded milk
  • 1 1/2 cups cold water
  • 3/4 cup sugar
  • 2 eggs
  • 1 tsp. salt
  • 2 pkg. dry yeast
  • 1 cup maragine/butter


  1. In Thatsa Bowl place 9 cups of flour. Make well in center. In Prep
  2. Essential Mix n Stor Pitcher mix: 1 1/2 cups scalded milk (use Micro
  3. Pitcher to heat milk), 1 1/2 cups cold water, 3/4 cup sugar, 2 eggs, 1
  4. tsp. salt, 2 pkg. dry yeast. Pour in the center of the flour in Thatsa
  5. Bowl. DO NOT MIX. Seal and burp the bowl. Place in warm place
  6. until seal pops. (20—30 min.)
  7. Melt 1 cup maragine/butter, pour over flour mixture then knead a little
  8. bit. Leave very sticky.
  9. Seal and burp the bowl. Place in warm place until seal pops off (30 + min.)
  10. Knead and you are ready to go.
  11. Makes 4 loaves or 1 loaf and 2 pans of rolls.
  12. Raise again until double in size.
  13. Bake at 375* 25—30 minutes.


  1. Looks yummy! Can you make this recipe with half whole wheat, and half white? Those Tupperware bowls are great!

  2. Oh I have a brand new cloche this would be perfect for trying it out on! I’ll use part sprouted whole wheat and part spelt and it should come out perfectly! Thanks for posting!

  3. Love this recipe, I will be making this!

  4. Sounds awesome, gonna try and make it this weekend! I love bread, I could eat it all the time I think, especially right from the oven :) Thanks for sharing!

  5. Your bread looks absolutely perfect, and I know mine would be flat bread!;)

  6. I love homemade bread! and i can still remember how my mother used to bake a homemade bread when i was little. That is why i can’t wait to try this one.Thanks for sharing your recipe with us!

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