Total Time
2hrs 10mins
Prep 10 mins
Cook 2 hrs

Nice bread for bread machine or by mixer. 2 points per slice

Ingredients Nutrition


  1. Place dry ingredients in mixer bowl.
  2. Attach flat beater and mix for 30 sec. Change to dough hook.
  3. Set to speed 2. Add oil and then water slowly until bread pulls away from the side of the bowl. Knead 2 minutes until dough silky to touch.
  4. Shape into ball and place into oiled bowl, greasing the top of the dough. Cover.
  5. Let raise until doubled, 1 1/2-2 hours.
  6. Punch down. Knead 3 or 4 times. Shape and place into bread pan.
  7. Let rise until doubled, no more than 1" above bread pan.
  8. Bake at 350 degrees for 30-40 min until instant read thermometer reads 170 degrees of higher.
  9. Cover dough with foil tent if necessary to prevent over browning.
  10. Cool on wire rack.
  11. OR.
  12. Place all ingredients in bread maker pan in order set by manufacturer.
  13. Bake on bread cycle.
Most Helpful

I'M SO HAPPY...I found bread that I can have while I'm on weight watchers! My husband will be so happy, I told him I wouldn't be baking fresh bread as much as I was because I am dieting. Well, now I can, this bread is wonderful! I made mine into 6 rolls actually to use for sandwiches. They are the perfect size and and just under 3 points per roll. I counted 16 points for the entire loaf. Next time I will double it so I can get 12 rolls. I used my kitcheaid mixer and did it a little different than you suggested. I added the water to the yeast in the bowl first and let it proof for about 5 minutes. Then I added the sugar, salt, olive oil and dry milk, mixed that with the paddle. Then I added both flours and mixed again. I removed the paddle and added the dough hook and kneaded on speed #2 for almost 10 minutes. Then I let it rise covered for an hour. I then punched down the dough and made it into 6 rolls. I thought the dough was slightly dry, but I live in a dry area so I just rubbed a little oil on my hands and problem solved. I covered them again, let them rise another 45 minutes until they doubled again and then baked them for 30 minutes. Easy and perfect, just what I needed. Thanks so much I will be making these often!

HeidiSue February 06, 2007

OH MY GOODNESS!!!!! I don't know what to do! I've made this recipe 4 times and every time it turns out 2 inches tall and hard as a rock! What am I doing wrong??? ?

dont_nv_me2003 April 01, 2015

I am making this bread in my machine a few time a week now. I add a little ground flax and chia seed to it (because i add these to most things I eat!) It makes a delicious bread! I count it as 2 points and usually use it for open faced sandwiches.

Elaine A. January 24, 2015