High Fiber Bread Recipe

High Fiber Bread Recipe

 

This is a delicious, soft and super high fiber bread recipe. The recipe makes 2 loaves. The exact amount of ingredients will depend on quality of ingredients and also where you live.

INGREDIENTS:

– 2 cups of bread flour

– 2 cups of whole-wheat flour

– 1/4 cup of flaxseed flour

– 1/4 cup of flaxseeds

– 1/4 cup of oats

– 2 tablespoons of brown sugar

– 2 teaspoons of yeast (rapid rise works great and fast)

– 1 1/2 teaspoons of salt

– 2 tablespoons of coconut oil

– 1 large egg

– 1 cup of water

HOW TO MAKE IT:

In the KitchenAid Mixer bowl add all dry ingredients and with the hook attachment on, give it a quick mix on speed 2. Once all dry ingredients are blended, you can add egg and coconut oil, and then add water slowly. Attention to this step, you might need more or less water. The dough should be soft, but not very sticky, a little sticky is fine. Let the mixer work the dough for about 5 minutes. Rub coconut oil all over the dough and the sides and bottom of the bowl. Cover it and let it rise for about 1 hour in a warm place.

On a loaf pan, spray oil all over and reserve. Once the dough has raised double of the size, punch the dough down and cut it in half. Shape each of the dough into a cylinder and put it inside the loaf pan, do the same with the other piece of dough. Cover the loaves and let it rise for about 30 minutes or until it doubles in size.

Preheat the oven to 350F.

Once bread has doubled size in the loaf pan, you can bake it for about 30 minutes or until it turn golden brown.

Let it cool off on a rack before cutting it.

Mix all dry ingredients
Mix all dry ingredients
Adding wet ingredients into dry ingredients
Adding wet ingredients into dry ingredients
Let the mixer work the dough
Let the mixer work the dough
Let it rise for about 1 hour
Let it rise for about 1 hour
Dough doubled the size in 1 hour
Dough doubled the size in 1 hour
Let it rise in a warm place until double in size
Let it rise in a warm place until double in size
Dough doubled in size
Dough doubled in size

 

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