Best Homemade Wheat Bread Ever

Homemade Wheat Rolls

I have truly enjoyed getting acquainted with my Wondermill and making fresh wheat bread. I have experimented with the settings and I get the best results using the pastry setting. This setting yields a flour fine and less grainy in consistency. In this recipe, I used flour milled on the pastry setting and I love how delicious the bread turned out. This is my go-to bread recipe. I absolutely love how simple it is to make. It goes fast so I make it in batches of 3. Enjoy!


1 cup warm water
1 tablespoon milk
2 tablespoons oil
4 tablespoons brown sugar
1 teaspoon salt
2 cups whole-wheat flour
1 cup all-purpose flour
2 teaspoons dry yeast


Dump all ingredients in a mixing bowl. Using a dough hook, mix until dough has formed.

Knead dough in bowl, then cover bowl with a towel and let rise for about 20 minutes or until it has doubled in size. I heat the oven for 5 minutes, turn it off, and let the bowl sit inside to speed things up.

Once the dough has doubled, remove dough from bowl and shape into rolls or a loaf to be placed in a greased pan. Bake at 350 degrees F for 30 minutes or until golden.


About Sheena Tatum of Sophistishe

Sheena Tatum of Sophistishe lives in NW Indiana (Chicagoland) with her preschool son and husband. They are expecting an addition to their family Thanksgiving of 2012! In the midst of mothering, wifely duties, blogging at various locations, and researching the latest natural/holistic living tips (in no particular order), Sheena somehow manages to find zen in being a quirky, introverted, lil' lady.

Checkout My Blog: Grain Mill Wagon Experience: I am SO thankful for this challenge as it has introduced my family to healthier flour options. It took me a few tries to figure out which settings work best for what I wanted to bake, but I think I've nailed it! We hardly buy store-bought flours anymore and I'm looking forward to creating a variety of flours with rice and beans. Thanks Wonder Mill for such an eye-opening and healthy experience!
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