4 Reviews

Yummy and easy, even for this bread machine novice. I just dumped all of the ingredients into my bread machine (didn't have gluten, though), and selected the whole wheat setting. Thanks!

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Jen1414 October 12, 2009

We really liked this Whole Wheat Bread. I used the Bread Machine on the regular cycle to make the dough/ rise. After the rise cycle was done, I shaped dough into a nice loaf and sliced the top of the dough with a knife about 1/2 inch deep. This gave it a really nice look. Then I put it in a warm pre-heated 200 degree oven (turned off) on a silicone baking sheet to rise again for about 1 hour. Then I baked it at 350 for 35 min. Followed the recipe exactly except I didn't use the optional gluted because I didn't have any. Next time I will try the gluten to see if there is any difference. Thanks Sccs-89 for the recipe

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HopeMMK January 28, 2009

I used littlehibault's cooking method because I wanted a longer loaf instead of the square boxy loaf my bread machine makes. My bread was very done by 30 minutes though. Next time (because I will definitely make this many many more times) I am going to add a little more Splenda (I substituted it for the sugar), decrease the flour just slightly, and decrease the cooking time just a little or maybe the oven temp. Thanks for posting! I enjoyed it!

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zoegirl21 December 30, 2008

I made this bread this afternoon. I made the dough in the machine and baked it in a 350 degree oven for 35 minutes. ( after letting it raise 1 hour ) I made no changes to the recipe as posted and it turned out great. Hard to believe there's no butter or olive oil in it. Thanks for sharing this great recipe!

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littlethibault October 23, 2008
Whole Wheat Bread for the Bread Machine (No-Fat)