You’ve made it to our final week in the challenge! The crown of a seasoned bread baker: sandwich bread. Well, Vegan Sandwich Bread to be exact. Bread baking as a lifestyle and wellness choice depends on you mastering and developing your very own sandwich bread and I want to help you get there. This recipe is vegan. I made it with almond milk and coconut oil. It’s simple and will be a great template for you to start with. You can make it half whole wheat, you can use honey or agave as your sweetener, you can add in some chia seeds or flax seeds, whatever you wish! I want you to make it yours and, most importantly, I want you to love it.
This was a family effort this week. I’m leaving for Georgia today (probably as you read this!) so we had a lot going on over here! Danny is teething and the laundry piled high, so we just wanted to real-life this video and show you how I bake bread with two kids around. I think you’ll find it entertaining. Meanwhile, I don’t love my pictures, so let’s use yours! Pull out your best photography skills and I’ll feature yours on this recipe and give you the photo credit!
I’ve extended the contest to the end of March 6th so that you all have time to bake this until next Friday! You can still bake as many breads as you want and tag me for each time to be entered!
Thank you SO much for baking and sharing! I can’t get enough pictures. They make my day! I’m going to be sad when this is over.
Love and bread,
- 1 cup warm almond milk
- 1/4 cup warm water
- 2 Tbs melted coconut oil
- 1/4 cup sugar
- 2 1/2 tsp yeast
- 3-4 cups all purpose flour
- 1/2 cup quick oats
- pinch of salt
- 2 tbs warmed honey
- 3 tbs oats
- In the bowl of your stand mixer, fitted with the dough hook, combine the first 5 ingredients for a minute.
- Add 3 cups of flour, oats, and salt and mix well adding any extra flour you need to get the dough to form a nice ball and clean the sides of the bowl.
- Form it into a ball and let it rise in a bowl with a warm towel over it in a warm damp place for one hour.
- Then, punch down the dough, and knead it. Roll it up to get all the air bubbles out and press it evenly into your bread pan. Cover and let rise for 30-40 min
- Preheat your oven to 350 and spread the warm honey over the top of the bread. Then, sprinkle oats to cover the top and sprinkle a tiny dash of salt.
- bake for 30 minutes and allow to cool before slicing.