3 Reviews

Great for sandwiches with fewer carbs and more fiber. I froze these so that I can remove a few at a time. Very convenient. Instead of rolling out the dough balls, I pressed them between plastic (a split 1 gallon freezer bag) using a heavy pan.

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Red Apple Guy August 12, 2012

Great recipe. I didn't put oatmeal on top but mine turned out great. Can use them for breakfast or sandwiches.<br/>I make these a couple times a month and these are the measurements I use.<br/>1/4. c milk<br/>1 T. butter<br/>1 T. honey<br/>3/4 c. water plus 1/4 c. for the cereal<br/>1/4 c. cereal<br/>2 c. bread flour<br/>1 c. WW flour<br/>1 t. salt<br/>2 t. yeast<br/>Bake for 13 min.

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adopt a greyhound January 16, 2014

Loved these! So easy and simple. My only complaint is the measurements. If I were not a baker and didn't have a scale, I would be baffled. I think if you gave the tsp. or 1/4 c. amounts you would get more people making these wonderful thins. Just an idea:)

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pammyowl November 10, 2012
JoeV's Multi-Grain Honey Whole Wheat Sandwich Thins