Whole Wheat Bread
Total TimePrep: 20 min. + rising Bake: 40 min.
Makes2 loaves (16 slices each)
So delicious... substituted honey because we didn't have molasses, and used bread flour in lieu of AP flour... SO PILLOWY AND DELICIOUS
I made this bread! This is absolutely the easiest and best bread recipe. It was loved by my family and friends, they even asked for the recipe.
I made this bread 4 loaves and it was a hit. This will be my wheat bread recipe from now on.??
WOWZA! I made this bread with my kids today and it is the BEST homemade bread I have ever had (my mother-in-law makes delicious bread on a daily basis). I added 1 extra pack of yeast. Ended up using about 8 cups of flour and then added 1/2 c. water and 1/4 c. oil. IT IS DELICIOUS!!!
The flavor is wonderful. I have made it twice and it crumbles too easily. I need suggestions please.
This wonderful whole wheat bread is a five star! My husband made it for us yesterday. Thank you for sharing this keeper!
This bread was a huge success! My husband has been asking for wheat bread so I tried this recipe and it is now a family favorite. I used my bread machine , using the dough cycle, which made my bread making so much easier! Great recipe, I would highly recommend!
I work at 2 camps, one is a boy's camp and the other a family camp, I have made this bread multiple times with great results every time! They all love it, it stays so moist!
Very tasty. I did make a few changes though....I used 1/2 C. oil and 1/4 butter melted. I added 4Tbsp. non-fat dry powdered milk. Also I cut the salt down to 2 tsp.,and I added to the flour: 3 Tbsp. ground flax seed, 3 Tbsp. 10 grain cereal, and 2 Tbsp. gluten. (no one here has any allergies so i can do that). I DID NOT mix the flours together, and glad I didnt. I put the whole wheat flour in a bowl, added 2 Cups A.P. flour and the remaining dry ingredients in the recipe along with the added extras I put in. Then after I added the liquid ingredients and mixed it up real well, I slowly added more A.P. flour to form the dough. I did not need all the 5 1/5 cups A.P. flour.I ended up baking for 40 minutes, AND I got three 5"x11" loaves.Defiantly a keeper.
Amazing bread! Rose a lot! Huge loaves.