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Granny's Fried Bread Recipe

Updated on September 30, 2012

Recipe Rating

5 stars from 2 ratings of Granny's Fried Bread

You will not find this recipe anywhere else on the internet. It is a family recipe that has never before been published. Fried Bread was invented by my Great Grandmother, Evelyn Cook, during the Great Depression. Money was tight so she had to find ways to feed her family with few resources. The result is a recipe that has been passed down and enjoyed for five generations.

Ingredients

  • 1 cup Sugar
  • 1 cup Flour
  • 1 Egg
  • 1 tsp. Vanilla
  • 1 cup Milk
  • A half loaf White Bread
  • As needed, Cooking Spray

Instructions

  1. Mix sugar, flour, egg, vanilla, and milk together in a bowl. Your mixture should become the consistency of a batter.
  2. Cut bread slices in half.
  3. Heat pan or griddle to medium heat and spray with cooking spray.
  4. Dip a half slice of bread in batter. Both sides should be coated with batter.
  5. Fry bread on griddle or pan until golden brown on each side. If you use a griddle, you can fry several slices of bread at the same time.
  6. Remove golden brown fried bread from griddle. Serve with butter.

We eat fried bread immediately. We usually have plenty of leftovers. Once it is cooled down, we save it in a zip locked bag and munch on it for a snack. It doesn't last very long!

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      Kimberly Vaughn 5 years ago from Midwest

      That's Eddie! It is very tasty.

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      Eddie Dagstanyan 5 years ago from California

      Mmmm... that looks tasty. Definitely gonna have to try these! :D

    • Kimberly Vaughn profile image
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      Kimberly Vaughn 5 years ago from Midwest

      Thanks! Let me know how it goes!

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      IAmForbidden 5 years ago from Neverland - where children never grow up.

      This is so nice of you Kim, I would love to try this recipe. Sounds tasty and delicious. 5 stars! :)

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      Girish puri 5 years ago from NCR , INDIA

      your hub takes me to my granny's kitchen, lovely hub, thanks

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      sethpowers 5 years ago from Virginia

      Wow this looks tasty!

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      donabhatt 5 years ago from Hyderabad

      Great preparation. I am definitely going to try it.

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      PurvisBobbi44 5 years ago from Florida

      Hi,

      This looks so good and I cannot wait to try it. Thanks for sharing a family recipe.

      I shared this on my FB.

      Thanks,

      Your Hub Friend,

      Bobbi Purvis

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      Mary Strain 5 years ago from The Shire

      Sounds yummy! I love starch in any form. Thanks for sharing!

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      Rebecca Mealey 5 years ago from Northeastern Georgia, USA

      Sounds good to me. I'll go for fried bread every once in a while. It reminds me of French toast, and we all love that at my house! Thanks! A very unique recipe!

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      Liz Elias 5 years ago from Oakley, CA

      Hmm...with the addition of the flour, what you have is an interesting variation on French Toast....(which is neither French, nor toasted!)

      Sounds tasty!

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      Janine Huldie 5 years ago from New York, New York

      No problem Kimberly. Happy to do it and am loving being able to have this recipe on there to go back to when I need it :)

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      LadyLyell 5 years ago from George, South Africa

      This recipe sounds like a nice idea for a change at breakfast time.

      Have a nice day!

    • Kimberly Vaughn profile image
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      Kimberly Vaughn 5 years ago from Midwest

      Well, I am so excited to have something on pinterest! Thanks Janine!

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      Janine Huldie 5 years ago from New York, New York

      Love this recipe. It is simple, but sounds very tasty. With two small kids, I have learned both these things help when making meals. I have pinned this and will be trying this one out soon! Thanks!!

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      Kimberly Vaughn 5 years ago from Midwest

      Thanks Dexter and Victoria!

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      Victoria Lynn 5 years ago from Arkansas, USA

      That sounds so interesting. Seems you could eat it with a lot of different things. Nice hub. Going to share it so more people can read it! Bookmarking the recipe!

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      Dexter Yarbrough 5 years ago from United States

      This looks really good. I really like the way you laid out the instruction and photos. Great job!

    • Kimberly Vaughn profile image
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      Kimberly Vaughn 5 years ago from Midwest

      So true. Let me know if you try it!

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      rjsadowski 5 years ago

      Necessity is the mother of invention. Your recipe looks tasty.

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