Amish White Bread

Amish White Bread Recipe (

I had a few failed attempts at making homemade bread before finding this recipe. This recipe is so easy! Proofing the yeast made a big difference as well as creating a moist, warm environment for the dough to rise. If you are new to homemade bread or have struggled with having your dough rise you can try this tip: Someone told me to microwave a cup of water until it boils. Turn the microwave off. Then place the dough (in the oiled bowl) in the microwave to rise. This will keep the warmth and moisture in the microwave and allow the dough to rise as it should. Also don’t be too concerned with the time frame it takes for the dough to rise. I’ve found that sometimes my dough rises as the recipe says (an hour or so) other times I have to let it rise longer. It’s more important to follow the instructions (letting the dough double in size…even if it takes longer than an hour) then punching your dough down at exactly an hour. I’m going to try using this recipe as the dough for cinnamon rolls. I will let you know how those turn out and be sure to post pictures. :-) Here is a picture of the Amish White Bread I baked for Easter at my parents (as well as my first attempt ever at making cinnamon rolls). 

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About Faith Lohr

Faith is a wife and stay at home mom of five children. She has three boys and two girls who keep her on her toes, teach her new things each day, inspire her, and at times drive her crazy! She has felt a calling into youth ministry since the young age of 15 and uses her roles of being a homeschooling mom, helper at church, and creator/author at Artistic Hands of Faith to fulfill that calling. She loves anything hands on and creative and enjoys using her artistic talents for God's glory.

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