Baking bread

Make the most delicious and healthy bread in just one hour!!

Recently I stumbled across this recipe that promised delicious bread in just one hour!! I couldn’t believe it but it sounded simple enough, so I tried it.

The result was amazing. This bread is tasty, healthy, very simple to make and will be ready to eat in an hour. Also, and this is a big plus if you’re not too much into baking like me, the recipe is super easy!

What you need:

Large bowl

Hand mixer

Measuring cup

Dish to bake the bread in


2 cups (500 g) Wholemeal flour (or really any flour you like. You can also combine two or more flours)

¼ cup (50 g) Sunflower seeds (or any seeds you like)

¼ cup (50 g) Flex seeds (sometimes I use oats too)

¼ cup (50 g) Sesame seeds

1 Sachet of dry yeast

2 Teaspoons of salt

2 Tablespoons of apple cider vinegar

½ l Warm water 

How to make it:

Mix all the dry ingredients in a large bowl. Add vinegar and water and mix well. The dough will be quite moist but don’t worry that’s fine. 

Once all the ingredients are mixed together, transfer the dough into a baking dish and sprinkle the sesame seeds on top of it. 

Place the bread into the cold oven and set the temperature to 200 degrees Celsius. The yeast will rise as the oven heats up. That’s the trick, ha!

Let the bread bake for 50 minutes, then turn the oven off. Leave the bread in the oven while it cools off for another 15 minutes or so. Done!! Easy peasy! 

Delicious bread ready to eat in 60 minutes.

delicious bread homemade

I got in the habit of making this bread once a week. Instead of baking one big loaf I usually divide the dough to make two smaller loaves. We use one loaf straight away while I put the other one in the freezer where it keeps fresh for when we need it. But let’s face it, delicious bread never lasts long.


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2 thoughts on “Make the most delicious and healthy bread in just one hour!!

  1. Do you only put the sesame seeds on top or do they go in the bread mix as well? Thanks! Can’t wait to try this.

    1. Hi Amira, thanks for your comment. The seeds go on top but you can also mix them in the dough or leave them out completely or use different seeds. Whatever you prefer. Happy baking 🙂

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