Honey Whole Wheat Bread

A delicious wheat bread made with honey and mostly whole wheat flour. It is the bread that is made the most often at our home. Enjoy! This recipe was not tested by Bob’s Red Mill.

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Servings 16people
Prep Time 10minutes
Cook Time 120minutes
Submitted By Tina from Tina's Cocina
A delicious wheat bread made with honey and mostly whole wheat flour. It is the bread that is made the most often at our home. Enjoy! This recipe was not tested by Bob's Red Mill.
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Votes: 12
Rating: 2.5
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Servings 16people
Prep Time 10minutes
Cook Time 120minutes
Submitted By Tina from Tina's Cocina
A delicious wheat bread made with honey and mostly whole wheat flour. It is the bread that is made the most often at our home. Enjoy! This recipe was not tested by Bob's Red Mill.
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Ingredients
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Instructions
  1. Mix the vital wheat gluten and yeast into the all-purpose (or bread) flour in a small bowl. Set aside.
  2. Combine all the ingredients together in your bread machine in the order suggested. (Add the all purpose or bread flour mixture with the whole wheat flour.) For my machine, I put the ingredients in the bread machine in this order: first the water, then the oil, salt, honey, and finally the flour(s).
  3. Select the cycle your machine requires to make bread. I use the rapid cycle (2 hours) instead of the whole wheat cycle and my bread turns out great!
  4. As the cycle starts, check the dough to see if you need to add more flour or more water to get the proper dough consistency. A proper consistency means that the dough forms a nice soft ball that is well mixed. If the dough looks dry or floury, add some water (a tablespoon at a time). If it hasn't formed a ball, and looks doughy near the paddle, add a little more bread flour (a tablespoon at a time).
  5. Let it rise and bake in the machine and enjoy!
Recipe Notes

Note: This makes a hearty loaf of bread. If you prefer something less hearty you can use more bread flour and less whole wheat flour. If you use a cup or more of bread flour, you will not need to use the vital wheat gluten.

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