Two-ingredient bread

This recipe seems a bit quackers, but believe it or not (believe it, I say!) it really does work.

All you need is two cups of ice cream,  two and a half cups of self-rising flour and a little faith.

(Okay so technically that’s three ingredients. But whatevs.)

Two ingredients

What flavour of ice cream will you try? Apparently any flavour will do. We tried butterscotch sundae.

You’ll want to let it melt a bit so it’s soft enough to stir without too much heft.

Mix together

Preheat your oven to 350 degrees F and mix the flour and ice cream into one cold, sticky dough.

Put 'er in the pan light

Pour into a greased loaf pan (mine’s seen better days) and bake for about 45 minutes.

We might have something here

Well wonder of wonders, you’ve got yourself a loaf of bread!

A slice

Albeit a very small one. Ours didn’t rise very high as you can see, and had the taste and texture of a scone.

Everyone had seconds, so it passed the taste test.

But will it pass yours? Try it and let me know!

3 thoughts on “Two-ingredient bread

  1. I will try it and if it works for me and I don’t have my theatre group all doing the dying scene from “NUNSENSE” I’ll label it a huge hit.

    1. I made it, I made it, (and I NEVER bake) and it is/was a huge hit with the cast and crew from NUNSENSE… and… they all want the recipe. YUMMY with Pralines and Cream ice cream and yes like a scone or a pound cake. Thank you Julie

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