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Wednesday, April 20, 2016

"They" say "man can not live by bread alone"

but I beg to differ..
I'm pretty sure I could live on THIS bread alone....


WHITE CHOCOLATE APRICOT BREAD
from our local grocery store bakery.


 It's a bit expensive, I suppose...
somewhere around $5 for a generous round.



However, I watch closely and when they put a few loaves on the DISCOUNT CART for 1/2 price, I grab them and into the freezer they go.

Freezing keeps them fresher and, oh, how good it is to pull out, thaw a bit, slice, and toast...

The bakers of this bread are not stingy with the ingredients...
lots of white chocolate chips...
big, generous pieces of luscious apricots.....






such a gorgeous bread....

see those sweet apricots....


and those chunks of white chocolate....

 ...slather a bit of butter on each slice
and slide beneath the broiler...


....while that bread becomes delicious toast,
it has started to sprinkle and  I am keeping fingers crossed for RAIN.


...getting my coffee ready at the coffee bar...


 While I don't use sub sugar ...I hate the after-taste I have with it...
I always have it for ones around that DO use it...
HOWEVER, if it would make my hair black again and a long pony tail...
and my waist that slim...
and my hips just right...


I sure would use it ....I think...LOL



One lump or two...?

I use 2, thank you very much...

When toasted, all that luscious white chocolate melts 
and you can taste it in every bite.
I'm hoping your day is going really good.
XOXO, bj ♥ ♥

 ...if you see this bread in your store bakery,
and you like white chocolate and apricots...
BUY IT...
YOU'LL LOVE IT....

43 comments:

  1. One thing for sure, Mr. Sweet never has to worry about living on bread alone. Wish I could send you some of our rain. Had a lightening storm last night.

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  2. I'd love to share some of the rain we are having -- way too much here. That bread!!! Oh, my ... just thinking about it makes my mouth water.....

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  3. Ohhhhhh-Myyyyyyyyyyy....

    One thing I really miss, having to live Gluten Free, is real bread! Have never found any G/F "bread" which "makes the grade." -pout-

    But!!!! Life without running to the loo, is too wonderful... To try eating gluten again!!! :-))) Gotta' look on the bright side! :-))))

    Enjoy an extra slice for me!!!!

    Tessa

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  4. Bj, your buttered bread looks perfect for a snack!
    Thanks for sharing.
    Have a nice day

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  5. B.J. you did it again, my mouth is watering. That bread looks so good. I do hope you get some rain but not like the Houston area got. Have a blessed day. Madeline

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  6. Oh that does look yummy. The price you paid is normal for what my GF bread is.
    Hope that rain comes your way. Hugs

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  7. Never heard of this type of bread but it sounds wonderful and looks even better.

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  8. Oh great now I am drooling for a piece of white chocolate and apricot bread ... What a heavenly mixture of ingredients BJ you have me licking that photo of it toasted with grapes!!!! Hope your rain comes.
    xoxo,
    Vera

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  9. I really think I could live by bread alone! Rick makes the best -- and makes it often. All kinds. And I can't stop. Which explains the hips...

    Your photos are fabulous -- each and every one makes me smile!

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  10. Our grocery baker isn't quite that inventive! I am just going to have to toast myself another piece of apple tea ring!

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  11. Oh my my mouth is watering. I need some of this.

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  12. Not since Ole Miz Prater interrupted Sunday School that time to talk at length about her husband's---ahem---problem, have I ever wanted to tell anybody to HUSH UP so badly. And for quite the opposite reason---your words and these photos---OHHHHH MYYYY.

    Only the fact that I have a dozen S'mores cupcakes in the oven lets you off the hook this time.

    But watch it.

    xoxoxo

    r

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  13. I love bread and would rather have it than dessert! Have you tried Truvia? it doesn't taste artificial. Hugs!

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  14. That bread DOES look delicious! I like your bunny table lamp too.

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  15. Whoa! That bread is decadent!

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  16. Me too, I love bread, any kind. And this looks and sounds incredibly good.

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  17. Me too, I love bread, any kind. And this looks and sounds incredibly good.

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  18. BJ, I love any kind of bread. That loaf certainly looks tasty. I love your little coffee set up. Blessings, xoxo, Susie

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  19. oh my gosh that bread looks and sounds amazing,, your photos are wonderful, such a pro you are,,

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  20. BJ, that bread looks heavenly and I love the combo of white chocolate and apricots! I cannot almost smell it toasting!
    Happy Wednesday,
    Pam @ Everyday Living

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  21. Goodness, BJ, but that bread does look delicious! Bread is one of the things I love most. My hubby's retirement job is at a place in town that caters to seniors' transportation, meals, etc. One of the markets in town donates bread that they bake in their bakery dept. Since my hubby is a senior, he brings home some of the leftover loaves and pastries that would otherwise be discarded. Unfortunately, I find myself eating much more of it than I should. This is the first time in a couple of weeks that I have done much visiting with my blogging friends. I have some back issues which seem to be worsening and I have been a bit miserable. Wanted you to know that I (we) are still praying for your David and hope that he is doing very well after his surgery!

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  22. BJ,
    Oh, dear friend, you know I'll be on the "look~out" for that luscious bread!
    Your patio area near the pool is calling to me to come out~of~doors for a spell!
    I'm thrilled that Spring has finally come to the Prairie!
    I don't even mind the April Showers that we've been having!
    After all. . .isn't that what rain boots, coats and umbrellas are for? (wink!)
    Thanks for sharing this amazing golden bread!
    Fondly,
    Pat

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  23. Sorry bj that you have not gotten some good rain. We got a total of about five inches and small hail. Our daughter's house in Houston was flooded when they got home Sunday night. Not too bad, but ten inches of rain was a little more than their yard could take. Your loaf of bread looks so good. Where did you buy it? Your pictures are so professional looking.
    Hugs,
    Audrey

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  24. You had my mouth watering !!!! Yum!

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  25. Oh my . . . does that bread look and sound dee-lish . . .

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  26. I will keep a watchful eye out for that bread! Although, mine would never look as tasty as yours:) Have a sweet day dear B.J. HUGS!

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  27. Oh my godness that beautiful bread! I am craving it now!
    I actually collect suggar packets! I have almost 2k but I only have 3 our 4 from the US. I wish I had more :( could you send me some? XD
    Have a great day!

    The-not-so-girlygirl.blogspot.com

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  28. I would love to know if you could get that bread in Austin! Looks so good all toasted up. I like to peruse the bakery day olds at Wal-Mart for French bread. I mix butter, mayo, grated cheese, olives, onion, and whatever and slather it on a loaf that's been sliced in half. Bake til bubbly and serve with soup. SO GOOD. I'm that pony tail girl on the inside - too bad the outside doesn't cooperate! (:

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  29. Yummee bread! I told you were are sisters. HeHe. Our third sister is probably the skinny one. I always love your photos. And love visiting. And, I want that bunny lamp! Have a good day.
    XXOO

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  30. Yummee bread! I told you were are sisters. HeHe. Our third sister is probably the skinny one. I always love your photos. And love visiting. And, I want that bunny lamp! Have a good day.
    XXOO

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  31. I'm so late for the goodies, so you save me a slice of that amazing bread. I've never seen that anywhere and certainly never tasted it. I will have to look for it. I love warm bread and this looks delicious and I know it would taste so good with my morning coffee. Pretty table bj, always pretty at your home…………..

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  32. I WISH our store had that bread! Hmmm....wonder if I can make my own?

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  33. BJ!!! I want a piece of that toast right this minute. Hmm, who am I kidding? I want two pieces.

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  34. BJ I wish there was taste button. What an absolute delight this post is!!! Thank you so very much for joining the gathering at Thoughts of Home on Thursday.

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  35. The name of that bread makes me drool. Delightful combination of flavors.

    judy

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  36. LOVE apricots any way, any time! White Chocolate...not so much. I'm sure this bread is divine though ~ looks it!

    xo
    Pat

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  37. What a lovely treat to pull out of the freezer and for half price, too boot.

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  38. ok, I am drooling over my computer for that bread, looks so delicious

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  39. It's midnight and now I'm hungry and want to bake something!


    Thanks for sharing with SYC.

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  40. Hi Sassy, this would be a super contribution to Food on Friday: Bread over at Carole's Chatter. Please do bring it over to join in the fun. Cheers

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Thanks so much for visiting and commenting.
xo bj