Jan 27, 2018

Ten Grain No Knead Bread

Cracked Wheat No Knead BreadAlways looking to add fiber to my breads, here is my easy no knead bread made with ten grain cereal. I use dry cereal and soften it for 15 minutes with boiling water and then put the dough together with even more fiber, adding whole wheat flour, bread flour, and rolled oats.

I use Bob’s Red Mill 10 Grain Cereal and instead of cooking it, I just soften it with boiling water for a few minutes.

This cereal contains a fabulous mix of wheat, rye, corn, triticale, oats, soybeans, millet, barley, brown rice, oat bran, and flaxseed meal. Wow! It provides lots of fiber and protein and a nice chewy texture to this wholesome bread. If you can’t find it, you can use another multi-grain cereal and I also make this bread with cracked wheat cereal, using the exact same recipe, just swapping the 10-grain with cracked wheat.

This loaf needs time to develop so it’s made using the overnight method but it’s still very little work, just waiting time (but you’re sleeping anway!). Click here for the recipe. – Jenny Jones

6 Comments on "Ten Grain No Knead Bread"

  1. Linda

    …just wondering about the parchment paper. Do you have to fold it a lot to get it to fit the bowl?

  2. Dorothy

    This is our new “wonder” bread! The crust is crispy and chewy with lovely crumb. It’s one of the many “Jenny Jones” recipes we have made. We’ve even started drinking white and green teas — Ala Jenny. Thank you, Jenny, for your generosity.

  3. Samspin

    YumYumYum. This bread is delicious! I let it rise almost 24 hours (you did say 10-12 or more, right?), then baked in a terra cotta apple baker. It looked a bit small in there, and it does make a smaller loaf than i expected, but after looking at your photo, it is just as expected. Crusty, very tasty with all the grains, and delicious! Must admit i did slather on a pat or two of butter! Thanks, Jenny for your entertaining & good for us recipes!

  4. Arv

    Want to try this recipe. Just wondering about no oil or shortening or sugar/honey.

    • Dorothy

      To Arv – Follow the recipe as is — you will not be disappointed. Our bread proofed for 18 hours.

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