Whole Wheat Bread

  • Jump to Recipe
  • This is an amazing whole wheat bread recipe, 30 minutes of prep and 60 minutes in the oven. This is the perfect bread recipe and will taste delicious at your weekend get together!

    Whole Wheat Bread, homemade bread is not only healthier, it is also super easy to make! Only 30 minute hands-on for an impressive loaf of whole wheat bread. #homemadebread #wholewheatbreadrecipes www.savoryexperiments.com

     Whole Wheat Bread, homemade bread is not only healthier, it is also super easy to make! Only 30 minute hands-on for an impressive loaf of whole wheat bread.

    Whole wheat bread is not only healthier for you, it is also super easy to make! Did you also know making your own flour is also easy to make? Homemade breads are one of my favorite things to do on the weekends.

    Minus time to rise and bake, I milled my own whole wheat flour and made this loaf of homemade bread for Sunday dinner in under 30 minutes.

    As if telling your family or guests that you made homemade bread doesn’t sound impressive enough, also make your own flour for a real shocker. Also churn your own butter (in just 5 minutes) for the full effect of shock and awe.

    make your own flour

    This recipe for Whole Wheat Bread is a basic homemade bread recipe. While bread purists might criticize my use of olive oil and butter, true whole grains are coarse and dry, requiring some lubrication to keep the bread from being dry.

    By nature, it will be dense and certainly tastes best with a large slathering of your choice of condiment. It also serves well with sauces and soups that require a hearty whole wheat bread to sop up the bowl.

    Whole Wheat Bread -homemade bread is not only healthier, it is also super easy to make! Only 30 minute hands-on for an impressive loaf of whole wheat bread.

    Whole grains vary greatly and therefore the amount of liquid you need to add will also vary, so while this recipe is a jumping off point, you may find you need to add more liquid or lubrication or more flour.

    I used Bob’s Red Mill Whole Grain Medley. It is robust, flavorful and full of wholesome goodness.

    Whole Wheat Bread -homemade bread is not only healthier, it is also super easy to make! Only 30 minute hands-on for an impressive loaf of whole wheat bread.

    If you loved this homemade bread recipe, make sure you check out these other easy bread recipes:

    No Yeast Potato Bread
    no yeast potato bread in baking dish
    Thick and chewy No Yeast Potato Bread is an easy and quick homemade bread recipe perfect for deli sandwiches and more!
    No Yeast 2-Ingredient Bread
    slices of no yeast 2 ingredient bread
    This 2-Ingredient No Rise No Yeast Bread is perfect for those days when you need a loaf and can’t get to the store. Just a few ingredients and 40 minutes to delicious homemade bread!
    No Yeast Roasted Garlic Bread
    butter basting no yeast bread
    A spin-off of my most popular bread recipe, this one is laced with butter and roast garlic. No yeast and no rise time and only 6 ingredients!
    Whole Wheat Bread, homemade bread is not only healthier, it is also super easy to make! Only 30 minute hands-on for an impressive loaf of whole wheat bread. #homemadebread #wholewheatbreadrecipes www.savoryexperiments.com

    CONNECT WITH SAVORY EXPERIMENTS!

    Be sure to follow me on social media, so you never miss a post!

    Facebook | Twitter | Youtube 
     Pinterest | Instagram 


    Get our FREE 8 Day E-Course on How to Be a Better Home Cook. Sign up HERE!

    How to Be a Better Home Cook
    Whole Wheat Bread -homemade bread is not only healthier, it is also super easy to make! Only 30 minute hands-on for an impressive loaf of whole wheat bread.
    Print Recipe
    4.8 from 5 votes

    Whole Wheat Bread

    Whole Wheat Bread, homemade bread is not only healthier, it is also super easy to make! Only 30 minute hands-on for an impressive loaf of whole wheat bread.
    Prep Time30 mins
    Cook Time1 hr
    Total Time1 hr 30 mins
    Course: Bread
    Cuisine: American
    Keyword: homemade bread, whole wheat bread
    Servings: 1 loaf
    Calories: 2113kcal
    Author: Jessica Formicola

    Ingredients

    Instructions

    • In the bowl of a stand mixer, combine dry active yeast and brown sugar, mix together with a spoon. Add warm water. Allow to become fragrant and bloom, approximately 10 minutes.
    • One cup at a time, add whole wheat flour.
    • Cut 1 tablespoon butter into smaller pieces (or just wipe it in different areas using a butter knife) onto bread mixture. Mixture will be dry, this is normal.
    • While mixing, slowly add olive oil and salt. Continue to knead for 7-8 minutes. Mixture will be grainy and a little dry, but should hold together (similar to a dry cookie dough). If it needs a small amount of water or a little more flour to achieve the right consistency, add 1 tablespoon at a time.
    • Grease a large mixing bowl with a small amount of vegetable oil, turn dough into bowl. Cover with a damp kitchen towel and set in a warm place to rise for 45-60 minutes.
    • Turn dough onto a baking sheet sprinkled with corn meal. Form into a loaf about 12-14 inches long. Make large, diagonal knife marks every 2 inches. Cover and allow to rise for an additional 15 minutes. Preheat oven to 350 degrees.
    • Whisk one egg white with 1 tablespoons warm water, baste onto the top of bread.
    • Bake for 45-60 minutes or until you can tap the top with a wooden spoon and it sounds hollow.
    • Remove and serve with freshly made butter.
    • If you’ve tried this recipe, come back and let us know how it was! 

    Nutrition

    Calories: 2113kcal | Carbohydrates: 368g | Protein: 74g | Fat: 53g | Saturated Fat: 13g | Cholesterol: 30mg | Sodium: 2468mg | Potassium: 2000mg | Fiber: 58g | Sugar: 13g | Vitamin A: 350IU | Calcium: 163mg | Iron: 17.9mg

    You Might Also Like...

    Leave a Reply

    Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

    Recipe Rating




    What type of comment do you have?

    Comments

  • Nigel fearn wrote:
    • Jessica Formicola wrote:
  • Carla Cardello wrote:
  • Amanda wrote: