One of the best multigrain bread recipes. It works as a half recipe in the bread machine and then bake in the oven. I sometimes make the dough in the evening and then let it rise overnight in the refrigerator. It takes a bit longer to bake since the dough is cold.
Multigrain Honey Bread
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sensorydeb Posted: 06/13/11
kycookingmom Posted: 02/05/12
This was a fairly easy bread recipe and it turned out great! The dough rose very nicely and made 2 great size loaves for sandwiches. I did substitute and used only White Whole Wheat Flour as this is what my family traditionally uses. Otherwise, the recipe was followed. This will become a common baking project in our house and will be the major source of all of our bread - great for sandwiches, toast, and serving alongside a dish. My 5 year loves this and keeps asking for Mommy's bread. This is as good if not better than any other whole grain bread you can buy at a regular grocery and probably healthier. I am going to add Flax seeds next time to see if it adds some additional texture, but the original texture and density was wonderful.
Renee5732 Posted: 05/11/13
This bread was great! Very hearty and filling. Had to add more water to get it to stick together- most likely a personal error, though. I used milled flax instead of wheat germ as well. Will make again!
CHILDERS1 Posted: 11/26/12
Love this bread! I use 1 cup of ground flax seeds instead of wheat germ & I use all wheat flour & it turns out perfect every time. It makes 2 huge loaves...rises quite a bit. Very easy recipe. It's in our regular rotation now.