Great bread recipe!

I’ve been searching the web for new bread recipes. The wheat bread I’ve been making for years was getting boring and I wanted something different. I’ve tried many different recipes, some from the King Arthur Flour Company (one of my favorite places), some from cookbooks I own, some from friends. And I found one that I REALLY LOVED!!! My children enjoy it, it stays moist and soft for a several days and it just tastes great. I’ve modified this recipe from Finding joy In My Kitchen to suit me. I prefer complete whole wheat but I did keep just a bit of white in this, but I added some gluten flour to help the bread rise better. Also, the recipe I found was designed for a bread machine so I changed it to work for hand mixing. Here it is. Try and enjoy!!

Wheat Buttermilk Bread yield: 1 loaf

Adapted from Finding Joy In My Kitchen who adapted it from The Domestic Engineer

1 1/4 C buttermilk
1 T butter
1 1/2 tsp. salt
1/4 C honey
2 1/4 tsp. yeast
1/4 C dry milk
1/2 C bread flour
2 1/2 C whole wheat flour
2 T gluten flour

Heat the buttermilk and butter to lukewarm (108-115 degrees). Pour into mixer bowl. Add salt, honey and yeast; stir and let yeast proof (when it poofs up a bit).

In another bowl mix dry milk and flours. Add to mixer with buttermilk slowly, mixing as you go. You may need to add more flour to the dough. I use a stand mixer/kneader and knead for 10 minutes. If you are kneading by hand, you’ll need to increase that time to 20 minutes.

Shape into a loaf. Place in a lightly greased loaf pan. Cover, and allow to rise for about 1 hour, or until doubled.

Bake at 325 for 30-40 minutes until the bread is nicely browned and it sounds hallow when tapped.

Remove the loaf from the pan and cool on a wire wrack.

Cool completely (or very close to completely) before slicing. The bread is much too soft to slice before then!

You’ll really enjoy this bread, especially toasted or in grilled cheese sandwiches!!

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  1. Thanks Kate, for coming over to my blog. I really appreciate your comment. My mom and I have been going through a tough financial time for the past 3 1/2 years but we are as happy as can be. The Lord has been really good to us and has always provided. I’m a little behind on my Proverbs but by the end of Saturday I should have 18-21 finished as well. I’ve bookmarked your blog so I’ll be visiting often.

    • Martha, I’m praying as I type for you and your mom’s financial provision and for the continued peace God has given to you.

  2. This sounds wonderful. Thank you for putting up the recipe.

    • Connie, you’ll love it. In fact, I’m off to get several loaves rising before I head out the door in a few minutes!

    • Thanks for stopping by!


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