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|Calories180Calories from Fat35|
|% DAILY VALUE|
|Calories from Fat35|
|% DAILY VALUE|
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your Daily Values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs.
taya wallace 2 years ago
really good! will add a little more honey next time, but overall love.
Boyd Campbell 2 years ago
This is a very simple and easy recipe. The bread is very good I love that it uses honey and olive oil. Between the whole wheat, the olive oil and honey as a natural sweetener this is a very healthy recipe.
Tasha Spaulding 2 years ago
Great! Very easy to make and will definitely do it again.
Lacy Nelson 2 years ago
It was a different way of making bread for me, and didn’t turn out at all. It tastes and smells great, but didn’t rise well after I split it to make two smaller loaves.
Ferreira 2 years ago
Love this! Making it again!
afflerbach 2 years ago
This is the heartiest bread I've ever eaten. It's full of flavor and very filling. Was great with a piece of ham!
Peter J. 2 years ago
I am not sure if I have the right ingredients. I had to pour the mixture into the bread tin. Please someone check the quantities. About to bake but not confident at all.
Sally B. 3 years ago
This is our favorite. Simple and healthy ingredients. Great for sandwiches and a perfect amount for 2 before it goes bad. I can make it ahead and fit the sliced loaf in a gallon zip bag and freeze for later as well.
Lucy M. 4 years ago
I've used this recipe twice now and love that after that time investment I have 3 loaves! Delicious! I cut the honey a little this time because I don't like my bread sweet and I like it even better! It has become my go to load bread!!
Angela B. 4 years ago
Not sure if there were some incorrect measurements, but I had to add an extra 2c of flour to make even a wet sticky dough, so the recipe as written would not have worked at all.