– This is wild hair, kinda care Jamerrill, crooked glasses, coming at you today with a whole lot of massive
bread making going down. So I am using my freezer
fruit bread recipe, it’s over on the blog, but it’s where I do a bunch of what I call
freezer fruit bread, and so today I’ve got a bunch of bananas, I also have applesauce and I
have some frozen strawberries, so I think I’m gonna experiment
doing some strawberry bread, hey, why not, I’m also going
to, oh, what are you doing? (baby coos) Did you touch the old bananas? Was it yucky? I’m going outside to do a bunch of work. Last night I power washed the whole house and we moved a bunch of
hostas in the evening, and I’ve got another
shade garden type of bed going along the back deck, just doing all my mama puttering things. So I’m gonna get these
fruit breads in the oven and I’m going to get bread
going in both bread machines. I’m just gonna try to fill
a shelf in the freezer with various fruit breads,
’cause those are always convenient to have, and I’ll
be showing you how I do both, and at some point I’ll brush my hair too. Win/win. (homey guitar music) So we got three big pans
of banana raisin bread. Don’t worry, we’ll do some
banana chocolate chip next, but there we go, Mama got raisins in, so back where they belong,
this is my first bread machine, it was actually one of my
very first YouTube videos where I did the unboxing. Had this for over four years, and then this is the bread
machine, still going strong. I got it at the thrift store, it was another early YouTube
thrift store haul video. I wanna say I got it
for like $2.99 or $3.99. Anyway, we’re gonna get both of these pumping out some bread now. (homey guitar music) So I just added everything in, I’m using whole wheat flour for this loaf, this is for my bread
machine applesauce bread, so I’m just gonna close the
lid, and they have a setting called quick bread, so
this is what I use a lot for these loaves, and
then I just hit Start. There you go. Now the thing is, and you
can see it’s spinning, after it spins for a few minutes, I’ll check it again here in a few minutes, I always go around the sides. Whenever I don’t, there’s trouble. But if I can go around the
sides with one of those, I can’t think right now what
it’s called, rubber spatulas? It just helps things from getting clumpy. So we’ll come back in a
minute and check on this one. So here’s where we’re gonna
check in on everything. So it’s just this little side part. I’ve had times where I don’t kinda just run the spatula around the sides, and then for some reason the
sides just don’t mix well, and it’s happened to me
on various bread machines. Mmkay. Now we will do this bread machine. Now, out of both bread
machines, this one for $2.99 that I got from the thrift
store four years ago, this one sometimes will give me trouble. Sometimes I have to put a loaf from this machine on for a little longer. Overall I’ve never lost any loaves except if I don’t scrape the sides. But when people have trouble
with bread machine recipes, it could just be an issue with
the machine itself as well. One cup of milk, we have
a fourth of a cup of oil, now we’re doing four eggs, and now I’m going to do two
cups of unsweetened applesauce. I am lazy with a lot of
my various bread recipes, I don’t do anything different based on what kind of fruit I’m working with. If I was doing mashed
bananas, I would do two cups of mashed bananas, if I was
going to do blueberries, I would do two cups of blueberries, same recipe, just switch out the fruit. This time, instead of using
sugar, I am using Stevia, like the baking blend
Stevia, big bag of it here, from Walmart, and we
will see how this goes. I’m also using whole wheat flour, now sometimes I do a
mix, half all-purpose, half whole wheat, sometimes all, you know, six one way, half dozen another, but that’s what I’m
using with these loaves. We’ll probably do it all by the time we’re done with this bread-making time. And then for this machine
here, it has an express bake 80 minutes, and that is
what we will go down to, and then we’ll hit Start. Now I said to always use
the little scraper around your bread, and I didn’t do
it, and now it’s cooking, and I still think I can sneak and do it. So yeah, just gonna scrape
around the sides real quick. Oh, no. Hopefully, hopefully this will not be a lesson in why you do this. I think we got away with that. We shall see. So this was the banana and raisin bread and I had some of the
kids come in with, like, oh, it’s banana chocolate chip bread, no, it’s banana raisin bread ’cause I had about a cup of
raisins I wanted to use up. – Thank you. That, too. – It’s okay, here, look
to the camera real quick. But we’re not gonna touch the pan. I just wanna show friends, look at Amelia. You wanted to do one
braid this morning, right? Yeah. And what did you say you wanted? – Piggy tails. – Piggy tails, and we did it. And what does Mama always use
to get your piggy tails right? Or half right. – Fork. – A fork! I used the fork to divide her hair. And when Naomi was little and
I was going to do piggy tails and I got the fork and I
was coming to do her hair, what did she say? – “Mommy, don’t fork my hair!” – She said “don’t fork my hair, Mommy,” but I just use it to divide, ’cause I always have a fork
but I don’t always have a comb. So as I mentioned, last
night power washed the house, we moved a bunch of hostas around. Mmm, Benjamin. He’s been eating those up. I’ve come back in to get a few more loaves going in the oven. I have three baggies
full of frozen bananas but I set them out for a
little bit while I went out and had watermelon with the kids. My recipe calls for five cups
of some kind of soft fruit. With this batch, though,
I’m also gonna throw in a couple handfuls of chocolate chips. (relaxing music) So we’re getting ready to all go out the door for tae kwon do. Bread-wise, I got done
three, this is for this day, the bread machine is a-goin’,
this is for Monday though. So far today I got three of these like 11 by 15 glass baking dishes done. One was of banana raisin bread, two were of this banana
chocolate chip bread. I got a nine by 13 and
an eight by eight of banana raisin bread, I have
two loaves of applesauce bread, I need to pull out of
the bread machines there one of the pans full of
the banana raisin bread. The kids ate that and a
watermelon for lunch today. (child crying) Oh, Benji heard me talking. For dinner tonight I
got this chicken fajitas in the slow cooker, I’ve also got some twice-baked potatoes in the oven. So what I’m still working
on is my freezer fruit bread recipe that’s up over
on largefamilytable.com, all of these breads, if
I didn’t say it already, they’ll be good for months. Not that we’ll have
them around for months, but it’s almost June now, I’ve been making this
since last week in May, so we might still have a couple loaves hanging out in August. Also, when I was looking
for items in my pantry, how cute is this, okay? There are many items in my
pantry that have As on them. I wonder who got a black
crayon and wrote those As. (relaxing music) In a perfect world you separate your wet and dry ingredients. The big reason for doing that
is to make sure that your baking soda and those important
agents, so that your bread actually becomes bread, is mixed properly. But I’m an old goat mama,
and again, I live on the wild side, so many times
I just mix it all together. I can’t think of any time
I’ve ever had a problem just mixing it all together. But you do what the experts say to do. There is a trick which
I don’t take time to do, but this is again if you want, like, really beautiful blueberry
bread, you can mix all of your ingredients together
except the blueberries, and then you dust your
blueberries in flour, and then you gently fold the
blueberries into the mix, and that will give you bread
that looks like bread and then beautiful little round
blueberries throughout your bread. However, I bloody murdered mine. Bloody murdered my blueberries, bloody murdered my blueberry bread. We’re gonna have some
purple blueberry bread with blueberry goodness
mashed all through it. And that’s okay with me too. (relaxing guitar music) Still working off the banana bread recipe, only I replaced the bananas
with any other fruit, so we’re doing nothing different today. I already sprayed my pan, now we’re gonna put in a cup
of milk in both machines. This is where if you can
pick up another bread machine or two bread machines at a thrift store, and they’re only like
$2.99, I saw another one at Goodwill in my area a
few weeks ago and I thought, Jamerrill, you don’t need
three bread machines. But you always need two. So if you can get yourselves
two, then it’s just as easy as putting the same ingredients in both machines at the same time. I’m still using Stevia as my sugar. Of course, my disclaimer if
you’re watching this video ten years from now, maybe
we will have found out that Stevia is the cause
of all evil in the world, but for now Stevia is okay, I think, maybe, probably not, who knows. So now we’re gonna get
these going and then again, just like I did last time, we’ll run the rubber
spatula around the outside. So for this Breadman bread machine, again, this is the quick bread
setting, which is number 6, hit Start, and then on this bad
boy, this is my 2.99 special, but it still made many
breads for me over the years, I put this all the way down,
express bake 80 minutes. I like the whirling sound of
double bread machines going. I think I’m going to double
my freezer fruit bread recipe doing applesauce bread, and
then as these other loaves are done, the batter will
be ready and we’ll just keep on filling it, so we’ll
probably have about twelve or so large family-style
loaves, which means if you would do these in
your eight by eight pans, you’d have about 24
loaves or so ready to go and that’s all you would
need to do pre-hot. (relaxing guitar music) So this was Zyan’s idea,
he asked if I was making any chocolate chip bread, I
said I didn’t have any bananas, I said I’d make an
applesauce bread and he said, well, that might be good
with chocolate chips, so I think I’m gonna go for it. I’m gonna add, this is
two cups, I’m gonna add in four cups of chocolate chips, remember, only real life cooking going
on around these here parts. Good. Voila! Dish-wise, I have a couple
nine by 13s available, because I don’t freeze the
bread in the glass dishes but my other glass is hot
and has other bread in it, you know, doing the kitchen swirls here. I have several of, I
confirmed these are 11 by 18. Some of my videos I go around saying, I have these other real big
ones that are 11 by something. So, I’m gonna do some 11 by 18s as well. Now I have several
friends who use applesauce instead of oil in their
baking with no issues. I’ve used oil and
applesauce, but also added in the chocolate chips, Zyan
did the flavor analysis and he thought it would
go together nicely. – It will.
– It will. Amelia says so too, so
we’ll be the guinea pigs. We’ll try this out. (homey guitar music) Some hot pans coming out from the oven. So I moved the large
11 by 18 pan up a rack. That’s on for a few more minutes. These other pans over
here are completely cool, obviously, these are burning hot, and the bread machine was beeping too. So I just checked in on
the bread machine bread. The loaf that’s in my thrift
store bread machine is done. The loaf that’s in my Breadman
bread machine, my fork is not coming out totally
clean, little bit on there. So when that happens, ooh,
you having a good old time? – Uh-huh. – Yeah. When that happens, all I
have to do is a setting that says bake only, so long story short, I add ten more minutes, and
I do it in ten, Benjamin! If you hear a dinosaur, it’s Benjamin. Are you being a dinosaur? (Benjamin roars) (Jamerrill roars) Do it in ten-minute increments ’cause that’s how either of
these machines let you do. Sometimes it just needs ten more minutes. Okay, so, this is the
loaf that I just pulled out of my thrift store bread machine. I will now just let it
sit here 15 minutes or so. Then I’ll take a butter knife around it, then it’ll pop right out, yay. You can see our little
bread collection is growing. Got that other eight by 11 loaf out. Whenever I take my butter
knife around one of these bread machine loaves, I then
just flip my little tub over. Usually it sits a few minutes, but that already felt like
it was coming out, see, here. And there you go! So here is our pretty little loaf. Now, whenever you do bake
bread in the bread machine, you know it’s got the little
spinner at the bottom, so I usually just kind of dig
that out, pop it out early on, or I forget about it and
that’s extra exciting. Okay, so we’ve got the second loaf, all it needed was ten more
minutes, again, same ingredients, near-identical machine, kids
running cars on the floor, still needed ten more
minutes, but now it’s great. We still have one more of these
big 11 by 18s in the oven, but here’s the final look and the, uh, yeah, stack of dishes. So thank you for hanging
out over these few days and making a ton of bread. We will have freezer fruit
bread for quite a while, won’t we? Or not quite a while. It depends on how life rolls. Anywho, you can keep watching all of my Large Family
cooking videos right here. I’m putting up a playlist
of a bunch of my favorites and you can just see how all the super-mega-large-family-style
cooking goes down, and I’ll see you next time
with another brand-new video and I will chat with everyone
in those comments below. Buh-bye.