14 Reviews

Love this! I used 2 tsp. yeast and 2 tbs. butter and put it in my bread machine on dough cycle. I kneaded it slightly to remove air bubbles then let it rise for 30 to 45 minutes in a warm area then baked in the oven. (Which is how I do most of my breads) at 350 degrees for 45 minutes to 1 hour. I have made it several times!! My family eats it up quickly!

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Sweetpea71 February 02, 2006

Fantastic! It tasted great and rose up nicely. I used 2 tsp of yeast. Thank you for posting This will be made many times :)

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flygirl #5 November 23, 2010

It was okay, but I found that the texture was off for sandwich bread. Perhaps I did something wrong, so not rating it.

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Alexis L Sutter October 26, 2010

Very light and good. Not heavy like some other bread recipes. Thanks!

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Eastomgm June 03, 2010

This is now my #1 wheat bread recipe. The bread was light and flavorful. I used 2 teaspoons of the yeast, the result was great. Next time I will bake it in the oven instead of leaving it in the machine, my husband hates those holes in the bottom of the loaf! Thank you for a terrific recipe.

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Paka December 07, 2009

I can't believe that I haven't rated this bread yet as I've made it several times with great results. I use the 1 1/2 pound setting and the 2 tsp. of yeast and always get a perfect loaf. Thank you for posting.

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Out of the Blue October 28, 2009

yummy! Great sandwhich bread! Thank You!

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Cookaholic Girl March 06, 2007

This is the lightest wheat bread I've made. It comes out with a wheat type texture, but a white-bread type density. I enjoyed it! I used the 1.5 lb setting on my bread machine, but ended up needing the 2lb setting to get all of the necessary kneading and bake time in.

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AKillian24 September 18, 2006

This was perfect!!! I used all-purpose flour and normal whole wheat and worked out great. I used about 1 3/4 tsp yeast because I wasn't quite sure witch way to go. I am glad I did use that amount because it can out beautifully!Also I put it on my timer so when I woke up, I woke up to fresh bread! What a nice smell to wake up to! Thanks so much for this great recipe papergoddess!

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BestTeenChef March 11, 2006

i made this as directed,and i added the 2 teaspoons of yeast. the 10 ounces of water equals 1 1/4 cup. but i think the next time i make this i'm just going to use the smaller amount of yeast.it was just too fluffy for me,it wouldn't cut too well for me without falling apart.but the taste was just great, i ate a slice with honey butter spread and then i made a ham and swiss with 2 more slices.thank you for posting.

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Chef shapeweaver � January 28, 2006
Light Wheat Bread (Bread Machine)