Better Than Grandma's Irish Bread

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  • Sue Roug

    5
    FANTASTIC

    I make this ALL the time - I eat the whole loaf myself it's so delish!!! Moist, just the right amount of sweetness and delicious with or without butter, although I slather mine with it lolol

  • Joanne Bernadette Shea

    5
    Grandma's Irish Bread

    This is wonderfully delicious! I've made it for myself, family and work. They can't believe how good it is!

  • Robin Werner

    5
    BB Irish Bread

    I cannot wait to try this! I will be using currants if I can find instead of raisins :)

  • Janet

    4
    Grandmas Irish Bread

    I just put this in the oven. It spilled over the rim of the loaf pan.

  • Lar1

    5
    Easy and delicious!

    I was looking for a new way to use some of my packages of beer bread mix and this recipe came out so delicious! We used 2% milk and a few extra raisins, added cinnamon and sugar to the melted butter on top and voilà!

  • MamaLovesTS

    5
    DELICIOUS!

    What’s wonderful bread! I just love how versatile this mix is and that I got to use it I make an easy Irish bread on St Patrick’s day. Will definitely be making this again.

  • kookie766

    5
    Best easy bread ever

    Oh my so good. My husband and I absolutely loved this bread recipe. Will make often

  • BabbieB

    5
    muffins

    Has anyone attempted to use this to make breakfast muffins?

  • CincyFoodie

    5
    Easy Irish Soda Bread

    You don't need the luck of the Irish to bake this delicious bread. Prepared with the milk of your choice(I used buttermilk) - yum! We could hardly wait for the bread to cool before we demolished the loaf!

  • Micki Murphy

    5
    Family Favoriter

    Closest I've come to my mother's recipe. We make it in a pie plate and take about 10 minutes off the baking time. I'm now expected to bring this to our family brunch on Christmas Eve morning. All the Irish cousins love it.