Wait ‘til you see how easy it is to make your own homemade whole wheat bread, from scratch, in 90 minutes. This is a delicious, soft loaf that I use for things like sandwiches, French toast, and bread crumbs. It makes fantastic soft bread crumbs like I use in my salmon patties and you can use it to make healthy dry crumbs, the ones I use in my chicken parmesan.
My simple one-rise recipe takes only 15 minutes of hands-on time and the rest is just rising and baking. You’ll save money too. So take bread off your shopping list and make your own. There’s nothing like the smell and taste of homemade bread so I hope you’ll try it. It’s really easy. Click here for the recipe. – Jenny Jones
Ok…I’m new to baking bread and the only loaf of bread that actually worked was the 1st loaf (white bread) I ever made 6 months ago. I can’t seem to have success since. Your recipe seem easy enough that I could screw it up. Well…my track record is not improving. I saw very little rise in my dough 10 mins rise. Now I’m passed the 35 min rise and it is only half way up the pan. So I shut the oven off. I’m continuing to let it rise. I thought if I set it on top of the stove after I shut the oven off for 5 mins would help. I removed it from there and noe it’s sitting next to my oven. So what I need to know now is should I just continue to let it rise or pitch it? Should I just give up attempting to make bread altogether? I even suck with a bread maker too. All those bread are heavy breads. I don’t like.
Have you looked at the FAQs?
Just want to say thanks love all your video use a lot off them.?
I mean tent the bread. Typo!
Dear Jenny, I baked your whole wheat bread today and it turned out great. I did use melted butter and whole milk in the recipe though and baked it at 350 degrees for 35 minutes. I did not have to rent the bread at that lower baking temp.
Thank-you Made Simple whole wheat Wow Easy pretty and delicious !! Mary
Hi Jenny love your video and the recipes. Can you please let me know the exact dimensions of your loaf pan i.e. height, length and width. Thank you so much. Will definitely try out all the recipes especially the no knead recipe.
That info is included in the recipe.
Thanks Jenny the height and/or depth varies from brand to brand although it is the same dimensions as yours. Pls let me know the height of your pan so accordingly I can get the finished loaf similar to your loaf which looks so good.
The height of my loaf pan is about 2 1/2 to 2 3/4 inches.
Hi Jenny! Thank you for showing me I can make bread…whoowhoo!
When I received the email with your new video attached I just had to try it!
It turned out fantastic! I CAN MAKE WHOLEWHEAT BREAD!! And I have the pictures to prove it! We had it with dinner, it’s number one on my grandsons (10 and 7 years old) list now…thanks again, you’re one of a kind! Grace
I’ve just recently had a renewed interest in bread baking. I’m trying out different recipes and look forward to making this one this weekend. I very much enjoy your videos and your humor:-)
You are a riot Jenny – love your videos! I have got to try this whole wheat bread; it looks so simple and delicious.