Artisanal Garlic Onion Herb Bread Premium PD Recipe


There is only one thing better than the smell of bread baking and that is the smell of bread baking that is packed with fresh garlic and herbs. This bread is beautiful, delicious, hearty clean eating. Free of additives, sugar, and fat found in traditional processed breads.

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Comments (23)

  1. posted by Kathy Shoulders on November 26, 2013

    thank you Julie!!

  2. posted by maria on November 26, 2013

    Made the plain bread. The best thing ever and it was really simple to make. Perfect to go with my soup tomorrow.

  3. posted by Marie on November 29, 2013

    I’ve never really been confident enough to bake my own healthy bread since in the past some of them could be used for a doorstop but alas! I think I’ve finally got it! Thanks for a simple recipe that has given me renewed confidence to bake some fresh and healthy bread! Made it twice over the past few days both turned out beautiful! Using fresh herbs and garlic made it extra tasty. Thanks again.
    BTW, what do you think of putting black olives and maybe sun-dried tomatoes in the mix for a Mediterranean twist… or maybe I shouldn’t mess with perfection, right?

  4. posted by huclkengirl on December 1, 2013

    I was sitting here thinking how awesome this bread would be with Black bean Chia seed burgers! I want to make it to go with my soup next week;)

  5. posted by terry hagio on December 2, 2013

    This bread is SO good! i love bread too much for my own good… but feel way less guilty chowing down on this one! I didn’t have most of the fresh herbs on hand when I decided to make this but with just garlic, onion, and thyme it is delish!

  6. posted by newhopeden on January 4, 2014

    It was pretty good. I put extra spices in it and on top of it before I baked it. I’m not much of a bread person so probably won’t take the effort to make again, but would eat it if someone else made it ha ha.

  7. posted by veganinblack on January 6, 2014

    this was my 1st try at a bread with yeast since growing up with a mother who bakes challah every friday. the taste was great and got a nice crust. its a heavy bread and i was expecting something lighter. i cut it up and toasted it to make the best croutons ive ever eaten. i will try it again one day.

  8. posted by veganinblack on January 13, 2014

    my 2nd attempt was just the bread no herbs, way better. im not sure what i did different but now im confident to try with herbs again. the dough seemed to rise better this time. its also has been crazy cold in chicago and it warmed up a bit outside.

  9. posted by Denise on April 19, 2014

    Delicious! I didn’t have all of the herbs, so I used the garlic, onion, and parsley. I kneaded the dough in the KitchenAid, which is a great option for those of us with fibro hand pain. I love how easy this is to make. I can’t wait to make the Garlic Croutons with it!

  10. posted by Brenda Anderson on August 13, 2014

    Has anyone tried it in the bread maker on the dough cycle?

  11. posted by Madelon Voortman on January 4, 2015

    The best bread i have ever had and super easy to make

  12. posted by Wenckus on April 6, 2015

    Yeast and I seem to have a difficult relationship — the bread just didn’t rise much! I bought fresh yeast, so I believe it may have been that the water wasn’t hot enough, so I will try again. The aroma was AMAZING! I also used dried herbs, since I didn’t have fresh — I assume that wouldn’t have made a difference in the rising?

    • posted by Julie Marie on April 13, 2015

      The herbs won’t cause the bread not to rise. Adding salt to the yeast water mix will. Add salt (if using) to the flour. Water temp is hot at 110 degrees. Hot that it feels hot but not so hot it burns the skin.

    • posted by Julie Marie on April 13, 2015

      You may have better success trying the Burger Buns or Soft Pocket Breads

    • posted by Julie Marie on May 21, 2015

      I would get the water hotter next time. The herbs won’t make a difference.

  13. posted by Wenckus on April 6, 2015

    Also, what about whole grain spelt flour? I know different grains have different absorb moisture differently.

    • posted by Julie Marie on April 13, 2015

      I haven’t tried spelt, but I suspect it will produce a very dense bread.

  14. posted by dianeb on October 13, 2015

    are u using just plain table sugar in this recipe?

    • posted by Julie Marie on October 16, 2015

      Yes, it is used just to activate the yeast. You can sub with one tablespoon of apple sauce if your kitchen is sugar free.

  15. posted by Jane Swart on February 4, 2017

    This bread is delicious. I get better at making it each time. It is so easy to make.

  16. posted by Josée Bellerose on January 25, 2018

    This bread is excellent and really easy to make. My kids and us love it! I now make it every week. I am going to try to make sweet with cinnamon and vanilla for breakfast for the kids. Thank you so much for all the wonderful recipes , it’s amazing !

  17. posted by Diane Wessel on January 16, 2019

    If you think you arent a bread baker, this recipe is for you. Very easy. Taste delicious and you could change it up by just changing what herbs or spices you use.

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