This is my mom’s bread recipe (Becky Ovard – YOU ROCK!) It’s the so easy and it tastes soooo good! With a generous amount of green food coloring, added to the water you will get LUCKY BREAD! You can make green french toast for breakfast, a green sandwich for lunch, and with some of the dough, you can make green rolls for dinner! It’s the one time it’s ok to eat green bread. Have a great St. Patrick’s Day!
Note: Easter is coming soon and green isn’t the only color you can use. Try some of the other colors. You can actually make egg-shaped rolls with all the fun colors. Pink and Blue breads are fun for new babies, blue or red bread for the 4th of July, orange bread for Halloween and the list goes on.
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