Easy Whole Wheat Bread – Ready In 90 Minutes

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It is always convenient to grab a pre-packed loaf of bread from the store but it is cheaper to make your own at home. Homemade bread is also healthier – as store bought ones typical contain additives which are harmful to one’s health. You can choose the highest-quality ingredients instead of just relying on the list printed on the bread package. The concern many have is whether the effort and time spent to make your own bread are worth it. Well, this easy whole wheat bread recipe takes only 90 minutes from start to finish. You can also scale up to make several loaves and then freeze some. Enjoy the fantastic smell of freshly baked bread right in your own kitchen.


• 2 cups of whole wheat flour
• ½ cup of bread flour
• 2 tbsp sugar
• 1 tsp salt
• 2 tsp instant yeast
• 1 cup of warm milk
• 1 egg, at room temperature
• 2 tbsp olive oil
• ¼ cup of bread flour


This recipe takes about 90 minutes to make. Serves 1 loaf.

Put whole wheat flour, bread flour, sugar, salt, and instant yeast in the bowl of a stand mixer.
Mix at low speed for a few seconds.
Pour in milk and continue mixing at low speed.
Add egg and olive oil.
Adjust speed to high and mix for 2 minutes.
Transfer dough on a floured working surface.
Adjust speed to low and gradually add bread flour.
Continue mixing until continue mixing for 1 minute.
Transfer dough to a floured working surface.
Knead the dough with just 50 turns.
Cover the dough with a clean dry cloth and let it rise for 10 minutes.
Remove the cloth and start shaping the dough.
Pat and stretch the lightly until you form a flat oval dough.
Roll the dough into a loaf and lightly press the sides in.
Transfer dough to a greased loaf pan.
Cover the loaf pan with a cloth and let the dough rise again for 35 minutes in a warm place.
While the dough is rising preheat the oven to 375°F.
Bake the loaf in the oven at 375°F for 30 minutes.
Halfway through the cooking time, cover the bread with an aluminum foil to prevent over-browning.
Take the load pan out from the oven.
Immediately remove the bread from the pan and let it cool on a wire rack for 10 minutes.

Ideas And Tips:

• You may add a mixture of grains and seeds to your dough like poppy seeds, sesame seeds, amaranth, pumpkin, quinoa or sunflower seeds.

Easy Whole Wheat Bread - Ready In 90 Minutes
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