Wednesday, February 27, 2013

Bread {Part II}


Today I tried out one of my pre-mixed breads and it turned out great!  I was worried that since the ingredients would be mixed up and out of order it might get messed up but it turned out perfectly.

I thought I'd share my recipes in case anyone else out there is a bread machine baker like myself.

Honey Oat and Wheat Bread
1 1/2 C warm water
1 1/2 T olive oil
6 T honey
1 1/2 t salt
3/4 C quick cook oats
2 1/2 C bread flour
1 C wheat flour
1 1/2 t yeast

Rye
1 1/4 C warm water
1 1/2 T olive oil
1/4 C molasses
1 1/2 t salt
2 T dry milk
1 3/4 C rye flour
1 C wheat flour
1 1/4 C bread flour
2 1/2 t yeast

Set it on your wheat bread setting and bingo!  You've got fresh bread!

Pretty much my favorite thing in the world these days is a slice of honey oat and wheat bread toasted with butter and honey after I've put the kids to bed for the night.

Enjoy!


Oh and while you're making your batches and have to go feed the baby before you can add the bread flour, make sure you push the containers to the back of the counter so your two and a half year old son can't climb up, dump one out and dance in it.  

Just a little tip from someone who knows:)

7 comments:

  1. Is that Wheat or Rye (I see there are 2 sets of ingredients, one for Wheat, one for Rye) or does it all go in the machine???

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  2. Those are two different bread recipes. One is for a honey oat bread and the other for a rye bread. Those are the two breads I use for sandwiches and toast in our house. I use wheat flour in both recipes but its two different mixes. I put all the dry ingredients for one loaf of bread in one container (I use old Costco sized yogurt containers and they are a great size for this) and then when I want bread I put the wet ingredients (water, oil and honey or molasses) in the bread machine and then add the container with all the dry ingredients and push start. Easy peasy.

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    1. What size loaf is this? I have to tell my bread maker 1, 1.5 or 2 pound loaf. Thanks.

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  3. I guessed and set mine for 1.5. Worked good, tastes great!

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  4. Is it suppose to be a sticky dough?

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  5. Can I use more Wheat Flour than Bread Flour? I have a lot of Wheat Flour.
    Also, how does your bread rise so well? Mine doesn't do that :(

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  6. Can I use more Wheat Flour that Bread Flour? I have a lot of Wheat Flour.
    And how do you get yours to rise so well. Mine doesn't do that :(

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