Good whisk bread is incredibly easy to make. No kneading. No bread machine, mixer, or food processor needed. You just whisk part of the ingredients together to develop the gluten that gives the dough the structure needed to rise. My video shows you how do to the only tricky part: how to shape the bread dough.
It's a great bargain too. It costs 98 cents a loaf using regular, good ingredients and $1.63 per loaf using top-quality organic ingredients (prices from January 2010).
The taste is complex and interesting for adults while still being kid-friendly. The crispy crust protects the tender inside. The texture is light but without the big holes that might let your peanut butter escape. Either bake it in batches or freeze any baked bread that you won't use within three days.
Active time: 20 minutes. Total time: four hours, plus rising at least overnight. Makes 2 loaves with about 32 slices total.