B&M Brown Bread with Raisins, 16 Ounce Cans (Pack of 12)
- Pack of twelve, 16 ounce (Total of 192 ounce)
- 99% fat free
- No cholesterol
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*Allergens: milk, wheat.
Water, whole wheat flour, molasses, dextrose, rye flour, raisins, whey, degerminated yellow corn meal, baking soda, buttermilk, salt, corn oil.
Remove both ends of can. If necessary, gently push loaf out one end with a spoon.
Slice to desired thickness.
Place in toaster or under broiler.
Wrap in aluminum foil. Heat 25 to 30 minutes in 300 degrees F oven.
Wrap in cloth or paper towel. Microwave on high for 1 1/2 to 2 minutes.
Spread with cream cheese, peanut butter and jam, or flavored cheese spreads topped with luncheon meat.
For a special treat, serve with B&M brick oven baked beans.
Store leftovers tightly wrapped.
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Top Customer Reviews
Now, my extended family members, and even friends, beg for a can of this once they get a taste. It's so good with Boston baked beans, or smeared with cream cheese. My mouth is watering just thinking about it... maybe toasted and slathered with butter.
Just a few extra words: The best way I have found to get the loaf out of the can is to open the top. Run a knife blade around between the loaf and the can. Turn the can upside down and open the bottom, but don't take off the bottom lid. Push down on the lid and shove the loaf gently out the top. When you slice the loaf clean the knife blade with a damp paper towel between each slice or the brown bread will crumble.
serving size 2oz (1/2in slice)
servings per container: about 8
amount per serving:
calories from fat 5
total fat 0.5g
saturated fat 0g
trans fat 0g
total carbs 29g
dietary fiber 2g
Ingredients: water, whole wheat flour, raisins, whey, degerminated yellow corn meal, baking soda, buttermilk, salt, corn oil.
I am so happy that I found it on Amazon. I had looked elsewhere but should have known to start my search with the best "shopping mall" on the internet.
Thank you, Amazon!!!
For lots of New England families the tradition of having baked beans and brown bread for supper on Saturday continues to this day. Many of us grew up with beans and franks and brown bread on Saturday nights. This is just the kind of rib-sticking, intensely flavored food that we crave around here, particularly on a cold, blustery night. Legend has it that brown bread is closely related to an earlier bread known as "rye and Indian" (from "Indian" cornmeal) or "thirded" bread from its use of rye, cornmeal, and wheat flours. Now you might surmise that bread that is actually cooked in a can would be full of preservatives. This is simply not the case. Despite its downright creepy appearance B&M canned bread is actually about as natural as anything out there. The ingredients listed on the can include water, whole wheat flour, molasses, dextrose, rye flour, whey, corn meal, baking soda, buttermilk, salt and corn oil. Compare that to all of the junk found in your favorite snack food! What's more, B & M Brown Bread tastes great!Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Growing up in the midwest I had never heared of B&M Brown Bread. My dear mother-in-law, born and raised in New Jersey, introduced it to me many years ago. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Corgi Acres
great service. First time I tried this bread. It will be great for camping but is a sweeter bread than I had first thought.Published 5 months ago by pat
Great stuff...used to get this in the store as a younger person..brings back good memoriesPublished 6 months ago by Amazon Customer
was very easy to come out of the can. I read the reviews and someone on there tells how to get it out easy. I was skeptical when I ordered the brown raisin bread. Read morePublished 7 months ago by loved48
Love to have these on hand,especially during hurricane season.. Tastes good,especially with BBQ and beans.Published 8 months ago by barog
It was great. Brought me back to my childhood when mom would make it for lunch, on a cold snowy Maine afternoon. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Delia Bianco