So here’s the thing. I can make a nice loaf of whole wheat sandwich bread. It tastes mild, it is soft, it smells good, but my kids wont eat it. Want to know why? Because it isn’t snowy white in color! Makes me crazy!
So the other day I had an idea – change the color of the bread! Brilliant, right?
Well it did work, and the kids are happily eating whole grain bread, but other complications have come up. For example, I made a sandwich for the man repairing our fence and I had to explain to him why his bread slices were yellow with blue swirls!
(If you want to try this yourself, I just added a sixteenth of a teaspoon of Wilton gel food coloring per loaf – I mixed it into the water. You’ll see from the picture that some colors come out less creepy than others!)