Johnny Bread is a favorite among Bermudian households mainly because it is a quick alternative to any other breakfast idea. It is made without yeast and therefore has the appearance of unleavened bread. Kids love it and you can eat it on the go.
Some prefer to have cheese melted inside of it or eaten plain with butter or syrup. Either way you like it is worth eating any day. Great compliments with this bread include tea, coffee, codfish breakfast, any style of eggs or it can be eaten by itself.
When this bread was discovered it was originally called Journey bread because it was quickly noted that it kept better than regular bread while on board a vessel or ship for long periods, when out to sea. Try this recipe for a delightful change to your morning routine.
This is also another favorite breakfast delight which can be toasted, grilled or just slightly heated with cheese, jam, peanut butter, butter or as bread with your favorite sandwich filling. It is similar to Johnny Bread however this includes raisins and is a lot bigger and thicker.