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One Hour Wheat Bread

by Laura

I love homemade bread but never make it because the process is too long. I just stick with many of my quick roll recipes. Not anymore! When I saw this recipe posted by Chelsea on Mmm…Cafe. I had to try it. Homemade wheat bread in an hour! Yes it is possible! Now it took me about 1 hour and 15 minutes, but that is still amazing. My bread took longer to raise in the oven. It took about 30 minutes. Other than that, everything went according to the recipe. This bread was easy and so delicious. I’m gonna be making bread more often, thanks to this fabulous recipe. Thanks Chelsea for sharing this recipe, I will now be a bread maker! Next time I’m gonna try to add 1Tbsp. dough enhancer and use honey instead of the sugar and see what that does. Love it! Love it! Love it!


One Hour Wheat Bread

Makes 2 (8×4 inch) loaves

3 c. whole wheat flour
1/3 c. gluten flour, sifted (or vital wheat gluten)
1 1/4 T. instant yeast (or quick-rising, I used SAF yeast)
2 1/2 c. very warm tap water
1 T. salt
1/3 c. oil
1/3 c. honey or 1/2 c. sugar (I used the sugar, but will try the honey next time)
1 1/4 T. bottled lemon juice
2 – 2 1/2 c. whole wheat flour
Mix together first three ingredients in mixer with a dough hook. Add water all at once and mix for 1 minute; cover and let rest for 10 minutes. Add salt, oil, honey or sugar and lemon juice and beat for 1 minute. Add last flour, 1 cup at a time, beating between each cup. Beat for about 6-10 minutes until dough pulls away from sides of the bowl. This makes a very soft dough. (For me, I ended up using 5 cups along with a couple tablespoons)
Preheat oven for 1 minute to lukewarm and turn off. Turn dough onto oiled counter top; divide, shape into loaves, place in oiled bread pans. Let rise in warm oven for 10-15 minutes (this took 30 minutes for me) until dough reaches top of pan. Do not remove bread from oven; turn oven to 350 degrees F and bake for 30 minutes (that is 30 minutes from the time you turn the oven on). Remove from pans and cool on racks.

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jemez December 6, 2015 - 6:43 pm

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jemez December 6, 2015 - 6:43 pm

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deved December 6, 2015 - 6:41 pm

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deved December 6, 2015 - 6:41 pm

good

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Colette May 5, 2014 - 4:36 am

I don’t have a stand mixer. How long do you suggest I stir or knead the ingredients?

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Colette May 5, 2014 - 4:36 am

I don’t have a stand mixer. How long do you suggest I stir or knead the ingredients?

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Wheat Should Have a High Priority | Get Ready Raleigh January 14, 2014 - 11:44 pm

[…]  3 c. whole wheat flour 1/3 c. gluten flour, sifted (or vital wheat gluten) 1 1/4 T. instant yeast (or quick-rising, I used SAF yeast) 2 1/2 c. very warm tap water 1 T. salt 1/3 c. oil 1/3 c. honey or 1/2 c. sugar (I used the sugar, but will try the honey next time) 1 1/4 T. bottled lemon juice 2 – 2 1/2 c. whole wheat flour Mix together first three ingredients in mixer with a dough hook. Add water all at once and mix for 1 minute; cover and let rest for 10 minutes. Add salt, oil, honey or sugar and lemon juice and beat for 1 minute. Add last flour, 1 cup at a time, beating between each cup. Beat for about 6-10 minutes until dough pulls away from sides of the bowl. This makes a very soft dough. (For me, I ended up using 5 cups along with a couple tablespoons) Preheat oven for 1 minute to lukewarm and turn off. Turn dough onto oiled counter top; divide, shape into loaves, place in oiled bread pans. Let rise in warm oven for 10-15 minutes (this took 30 minutes for me) until dough reaches top of pan. Do not remove bread from oven; turn oven to 350 degrees F and bake for 30 minutes (that is 30 minutes from the time you turn the oven on). Remove from pans and cool on racks. Source https://www.realmomkitchen.com/336/one-hour-wheat-bread/ […]

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Wheat Should Have a High Priority | Get Ready Raleigh January 14, 2014 - 11:44 pm

[…]  3 c. whole wheat flour 1/3 c. gluten flour, sifted (or vital wheat gluten) 1 1/4 T. instant yeast (or quick-rising, I used SAF yeast) 2 1/2 c. very warm tap water 1 T. salt 1/3 c. oil 1/3 c. honey or 1/2 c. sugar (I used the sugar, but will try the honey next time) 1 1/4 T. bottled lemon juice 2 – 2 1/2 c. whole wheat flour Mix together first three ingredients in mixer with a dough hook. Add water all at once and mix for 1 minute; cover and let rest for 10 minutes. Add salt, oil, honey or sugar and lemon juice and beat for 1 minute. Add last flour, 1 cup at a time, beating between each cup. Beat for about 6-10 minutes until dough pulls away from sides of the bowl. This makes a very soft dough. (For me, I ended up using 5 cups along with a couple tablespoons) Preheat oven for 1 minute to lukewarm and turn off. Turn dough onto oiled counter top; divide, shape into loaves, place in oiled bread pans. Let rise in warm oven for 10-15 minutes (this took 30 minutes for me) until dough reaches top of pan. Do not remove bread from oven; turn oven to 350 degrees F and bake for 30 minutes (that is 30 minutes from the time you turn the oven on). Remove from pans and cool on racks. Source https://www.realmomkitchen.com/336/one-hour-wheat-bread/ […]

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Kristin January 20, 2013 - 9:30 am

Just made this bread and it is awesome!

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Kristin January 20, 2013 - 9:30 am

Just made this bread and it is awesome!

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Dori December 11, 2011 - 8:09 am

Thank you for this wonderful recipe. I had lost faith in making a decent loaf of whole wheat bread, until I gave this recipe a try. The bread was beautiful, a perfect loaf and very delicious! It is our new family tradition to make this recipe every Sunday. This is the best homemade wheat bread I have EVER tried! Thanks!!!!

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Dori December 11, 2011 - 8:09 am

Thank you for this wonderful recipe. I had lost faith in making a decent loaf of whole wheat bread, until I gave this recipe a try. The bread was beautiful, a perfect loaf and very delicious! It is our new family tradition to make this recipe every Sunday. This is the best homemade wheat bread I have EVER tried! Thanks!!!!

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Joey April 12, 2011 - 7:16 pm

SO FAST!! Excellent bread, thank you. I especially love the lemon– I could really smell it when I made toast! 🙂

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Joey April 12, 2011 - 7:16 pm

SO FAST!! Excellent bread, thank you. I especially love the lemon– I could really smell it when I made toast! 🙂

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One Hour Whole Wheat Bread… Sorta. « Health, Happiness & Home Cooking January 12, 2011 - 2:03 pm

[…] Next time I’m going to increase the quantities to see if I can get fuller loaves.  Also, the original recipe post says that the bread took longer to rise than stated.  I found the same thing to be true.  I kept […]

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One Hour Whole Wheat Bread… Sorta. « Health, Happiness & Home Cooking January 12, 2011 - 2:03 pm

[…] Next time I’m going to increase the quantities to see if I can get fuller loaves.  Also, the original recipe post says that the bread took longer to rise than stated.  I found the same thing to be true.  I kept […]

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Cookie baker Lynn October 1, 2009 - 7:34 am

Whole wheat in one hour? This I've got to try! Your loaf looks lovely!

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Cookie baker Lynn October 1, 2009 - 7:34 am

Whole wheat in one hour? This I've got to try! Your loaf looks lovely!

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Ashlie September 2, 2009 - 3:40 pm

I just made this today and have eaten half the loaf by myself already:). Thanks for a the recipe. I'll be back for more.

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Ashlie September 2, 2009 - 3:40 pm

I just made this today and have eaten half the loaf by myself already:). Thanks for a the recipe. I'll be back for more.

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Claudine May 13, 2009 - 1:59 pm

I made this yesterday and it was SOOOO yummy! I’ve been looking for a way to start making whole wheat bread with all the wheat that I’ve been stocking up in my pantry. Thanks so much!

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Claudine May 13, 2009 - 1:59 pm

I made this yesterday and it was SOOOO yummy! I’ve been looking for a way to start making whole wheat bread with all the wheat that I’ve been stocking up in my pantry. Thanks so much!

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finsmom May 7, 2009 - 8:11 pm

Ive been looking for a good whole wheat bread recipe, as the last 2 I made have been very sad and pathetic! Thanks for sharing! I will have to give it a try!

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finsmom May 7, 2009 - 8:11 pm

Ive been looking for a good whole wheat bread recipe, as the last 2 I made have been very sad and pathetic! Thanks for sharing! I will have to give it a try!

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firewife May 6, 2009 - 8:47 pm

I got my bracelet in the mail. Thanks so much. So very cute, both my girls loved it also. We will all be sharing it.

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firewife May 6, 2009 - 8:47 pm

I got my bracelet in the mail. Thanks so much. So very cute, both my girls loved it also. We will all be sharing it.

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Memória May 6, 2009 - 3:21 pm

I am sooooo going to try this!!! I just bought some King Arthur Whole Wheat flour, too. Awesome!

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Memória May 6, 2009 - 3:21 pm

I am sooooo going to try this!!! I just bought some King Arthur Whole Wheat flour, too. Awesome!

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Laura May 6, 2009 - 12:12 pm

Ioana, I wouldn’t leave out the gluten flour or vital wheat gluten. I was able to get it at my grocery store on the isle with the flour. Just give your local stores a call and I’m sure you can find it at one of them.

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Laura May 6, 2009 - 12:12 pm

Ioana, I wouldn’t leave out the gluten flour or vital wheat gluten. I was able to get it at my grocery store on the isle with the flour. Just give your local stores a call and I’m sure you can find it at one of them.

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Kitchen Goddess May 6, 2009 - 11:35 am

Fabulous looking bread. I’ll try it out as I love making bread. Found you via tastespotting but will add you to my blogroll, you have a great blog!

PS I’ve had to use my google ID as my wordpress link won’t work, below is my blog address:

https://culinarytravelsofakitchengoddess.wordpress.co.uk

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Mrs. Mordecai May 6, 2009 - 11:22 am

That looks very similar to my recipe, but mine calls for potato flakes instead of gluten. Mine takes about 75 minutes, too. Yours looks yummy!

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Mrs. Mordecai May 6, 2009 - 11:22 am

That looks very similar to my recipe, but mine calls for potato flakes instead of gluten. Mine takes about 75 minutes, too. Yours looks yummy!

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Ioana May 6, 2009 - 8:50 am

I don’t know too much about flour, so is glutten flour very different than normal flour? I REALLY want to try this recipe! So, would it be ok to use just whole wheat flour instead of the glutten one? Thanks!

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Ioana May 6, 2009 - 8:50 am

I don’t know too much about flour, so is glutten flour very different than normal flour? I REALLY want to try this recipe! So, would it be ok to use just whole wheat flour instead of the glutten one? Thanks!

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Brindi May 6, 2009 - 7:03 am

Wow – love warm bread from the oven but never have the time to make it. Plus, it is hard to find a recipe for a good whole wheat bread.

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Brindi May 6, 2009 - 7:03 am

Wow – love warm bread from the oven but never have the time to make it. Plus, it is hard to find a recipe for a good whole wheat bread.

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