Weight Watchers White Bread

Weight Watchers White  Bread created by Bonnie G 2

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

Ready In:
2hrs 10mins
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ingredients

directions

  • Place dry ingredients in mixer bowl.
  • Attach flat beater and mix for 30 sec. Change to dough hook.
  • 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.
  • Shape into ball and place into oiled bowl, greasing the top of the dough. Cover.
  • Let raise until doubled, 1 1/2-2 hours.
  • Punch down. Knead 3 or 4 times. Shape and place into bread pan.
  • Let rise until doubled, no more than 1" above bread pan.
  • Bake at 350 degrees for 30-40 min until instant read thermometer reads 170 degrees of higher.
  • Cover dough with foil tent if necessary to prevent over browning.
  • Cool on wire rack.
  • OR.
  • Place all ingredients in bread maker pan in order set by manufacturer.
  • Bake on bread cycle.
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"Nice bread for bread machine or by mixer. 2 points per slice"

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  1. Jackie C.
    Made by hand, no mixer. Added sugar, salt, powdered milk and oil to 115 degree heated water and then added bread flour. I added the whole cup of bread flour and gradually almost the same amount of whole wheat flour. Kneaded 10 min. Let rise twice Then put it in pan It was a very small amount of dough in my 9x5 loaf pan. Probably would be better if I had a 8x4” pan. Very good taste tho and the texture is perfect. I might try next time to make in mini loaf pans and cut slices lengthwise. I definitely will make again. I used rapid rise yeast.
  2. Theresa M.
    Does anyone know how to add more fiber without adding points? I checked adding milled flaxseed, but it increased the points. I’m looking to get 1 point per slice.
  3. Journey.daniel
    I put all of these ingredients into the weight watchers app and it equals 4 points per slice. Am I missing something here? I would love to try this bread but it doesn't show that it's only 2 points each.
  4. Kim W.
    How many points please?
  5. apwebb6
    What size loaf does this make? 2 pound?
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