Sunday, March 22, 2009

Multi-grain miracle bread!



Recently I've been experimenting with a multi-grain quick bread. I've tried it several different ways, and this is what I've had most success with:

2 c. 10-grain cereal (I use a Bob's Mill mix)
2 c. whole wheat flour
1 c. white flour
1/2 c. old-fashioned oats
1/4 c. sugar or honey
1 1/2 heaping T. instant yeast
1/2 T. kosher salt
2 T. dough enhancer
2 T. vital wheat gluten
1/4 c. vegetable oil
1/2 c. applesauce
1 1/2-2 c. hot water

(I added the dough enhancer and gluten because the loaves were a bit too heavy and dense (you can purchase them at grocery stores or on Amazon.) I sometimes add a couple of tablespoons of flax seed as well, because I love the texture that it adds.)

Mix dry ingredients by hand or in a stand mixer (I use a KitchenAid). Add wet ingredients and mix well. I sometimes need to add more flour if the dough is too sticky. Let the machine knead the dough for about 10 minutes.

Divide dough in half and form into oblong loaves. At this point, you can sprinkle the loaves with additional oatmeal or other grain or seeds, if you wish. Place in greased loaf pans (I use 9" ones) and cover with a dish towel. Let rise for 25 minutes. Bake at 350 degrees for 25 minutes.

The whole wheat bread used to be my family's favorite, but now the multi-grain version has surpassed it!

188 comments:

Hannah said...

I am so glad you liked it! It really does feel like miracle bread in so many ways :)

Jen said...

does this have to be saf instant yeast? can i use my fast-rising stuff?

camille said...

bread is the most delicious substance on earth. it is the food of the gods--no exaggeration.

i just barely noticed your comment on my catacombs post on the BYUparis blog. yes, i have read the historian. fun read :) supposedly the rights have been sold to hollywood.

patsy said...

I finally made this today!!

easiest bread ever & so GOOD
thanks for sharing

Jamie said...

Hello! I was lurking via Robyn's blog. (I'm one of her old mission comps.)
Thanks so much for posting this recipe. It was so fast, easy, and delicious!!!

Shelley said...

I do make this and love it! Thanks for the wheat variety tips!

Alisa said...

I needed to make "brown bread" today and thought of checking your recipes first. I think I am going to try it.
Will let you know how it turns out.

Alisa said...

It worked beautifully. I used wheat and applesauce, surprisingly good!

Monkers and Rutabaga's said...

Can you make this in a bread machine?

April Cogburn said...

I wonder if this would work with gluten free flour.

Yazhi said...

I have never made bread before and just made this. It is pretty much fool-proof!

Soooo fluffy and yummy :)

Brenna said...

If only you knew how much I hate baking bread. But I made this today and it's awesome! It literally took 1 hour from start to finish and it's delicious!

Anonymous said...

Why are you supposed to halve it if you use a KitchenAid machine? I use my KitchenAid Pro 600 for bread-making with more than this amount of flour... just wondering.

Suzanne said...

This is a wonderful recipe. So nice for those days when you don't have a lot of time to plan. I use this for bread, rolls, cinnamon rolls, pizza, braids (dinner & dessert), stuffed pizza rolls, etc. It's great. And I never have saf instant yeast. I just use the kind they sell at Sam's Club.

Michelle @ Italian Mama Chef said...

Mix with a spoon or hand mixer?

Deb said...

This looks delightful! Can I "pin" this? I'd love to have it on my "breads" board. :)

chubbydog@comcast.net

Jen said...

I'm trying it right now - I'm glad I halved the recipe, my kitchen aid machiene is not as larger as the other commenters, and it would never have handled the full recipe!

Melanie said...

I put together a family cookbook a few years ago and I remember the company that did the printing said that recipes can't be copyrighted. But I did a google search just now and came up with this...
http://foodblogalliance.com/2009/04/recipe-attribution.php
"Mere listings of ingredients as in recipes, formulas, compounds, or prescriptions are not subject to copyright protection. However, when a recipe or formula is accompanied by substantial literary expression in the form of an explanation or directions, or when there is a combination of recipes, as in a cookbook, there may be a basis for copyright protection."
as the writer went on to say - if say where you got the recipe from a book or whatever or say adapted from you are safe - did you get this recipe from the lady the other person is referring to - no - then don't worry about it - you gave your friend credit for the recipe.

OrganicMama said...

I'm no expert, but I'm fairly certain that you can't copy write a recipe. Something to do with not being able to copy write instructions, I think. I heard that from another blogger... Hope that helps!
~Shannon

Karyn said...

Has anyone made this with 9 grain? I'd like to try that-just wondering how it came out.

Stacy Child - The Wild Child Bunch said...

Let me know if you do try it that way. I am new to the realization that I have numerous food allergies and wheat is included.

Denisa said...

It worked great with regular instant yeast for me. Nice and easy recipe. Family really enjoyed it. Will have to try the WW version soon.

Jodi said...

Does anyone know how I would adapt this to use honey, instead of sugar? I'll be making the whole wheat version. Thanks!

Plus 5 said...

Pretty sure the copy write issue is actually a non issue considering no claim to the recipe was made. She never said she invented this bread recipe. It's not stolen it's shared!

Jennifer said...

Love that I found this recipe from a Pinterest link of a freind of mine from Ohio who I don't think has a connection with you! You're so famous! Can't wait to try this! Think of you often...I am trying to work out coming to UT for Women's Conf weekend!

Megan said...

This recipe is good and VERY easy and fast however I do not think it is good for your family bread replacement. It dries out really quickly so I think it is best for dinner rolls and garlic bread and things you will eat immediately not things that you need to save and use over time (like anymore than two days).

Leanne said...

this is the recipe for Pantry Secrets bread. I use it all the time, it's great for rolls and breadsticks too.

Aelysium said...

has anyone tried the whole wheat version with honey instead of sugar? Hmm. I think I'm going to try it tonight. I'll let you know how it turns out.

Aelysium said...

Okay, made it tonight and here are the alterations that I made:
9 cups whole wheat flour and 1 1/2 cups white flour (really only because I ran out of wheat and didn't want to grind more...)
1/3 cup honey
1T Salt
3T yeast
4T oil
2 3/4 cups hot water
1 cup unsweetened applesauce
Baked at 325 for about 28 minutes. Great bread! It barely made 3 loaves using a 9.25 x 5.25 loaf pan. I baked two and put one in the freezer before the rise. I'll take it out in a few days, we'll see how it rises after freezing. Thanks for the recipe! Hope my notes can help someone!

Rach said...

I have to say THANKS for this recipe! Finally a bread I can actually make, it looks good, it fast and easy and tastes great! Thanks! Also, I featured this on my blog, Happiness is Homemade www.ahomemadehappiness.blogspot.com

-Rachel

Shawn and Jessica Webb said...

LOVE! Just took my first batch out of the oven. Easy, delicious! I forgot to make the alterations to the whole wheat recipe but still turned out good. I'll try to remember for next time & I'm sure it'll be even better. Thanks!!

Anonymous said...

What is saf instant yeast? Can you use any yeast?

Cathy D. said...

I've been making bread for over 20 years. I always use honey instead of processed sugar, just substitute straight across. Also I always use oil (have never used lecithin), sometimes use an egg, never use applesauce, and remember not to use super hot water as it could kill your yeast. SAF is just a name brand yeast, any instant yeast will do. If you use regular yeast, you have to proof it first. You can bake after the first rise using any bread recipe, you don't have to knead any of them twice. Most Kitchen Aid mixers don't have a strong enough motor to knead this much dough, that's why this author said to split it. Good advice. I have a Bosch which can handle anything you throw at it! If this bread doesn't last more than two days, make some more! Dry the bread fully and then make bread crumbs out of it. It's really not complicated. Making your own bread is very rewarding and there's really nothing that tastes better! Good luck!

Anonymous said...

I'm currently working out of town and I'm staying in a hotel, I have a oven but I don't have a mixer. Can I knead this by hand?

Anonymous said...

How much oil do you use for the whole wheat bread? Thanks! I loved the white version!

Anonymous said...

can't wait to make this. I have been making my own bread since I found out bread contains L-Cysteine(aka human hair) also called dough conditioners.

Anonymous said...

I made the whole wheat version last night (cut the recipe in half and used oil instead of lecithin). The dough was very dense and hard for my mixer to mix. I have a kitchen aid. Did I do something wrong with the whole wheat version? It was still very dense after baking. I had very good luck with the white bread.

Erin said...

If 3 T. lecithin is equal to 1/3 cup of oil, and I was to make the whole wheat with oil, what would 4 T. Be equal to in oil?

Anonymous said...

I know the lady who created this recipe, and yes, it is from Pantry Secrets, her company. They do have classes that teach you how to use this recipe, it can be used for more then just bread. They also teach you how to use wheat, freshly ground and the alterations to the recipe for that. Their website is: http://www.pantrysecrets.net/

I know you got the recipe from a friend but I think it is a good idea to give credit to where the recipe actually came from. Just my two cents...or more! :)

Anonymous said...

Erin, I just made the whole wheat version tonight (cut the recipe in half). I used half of a 1/3 cup olive oil, 1/2 cup applesauce (at room temp), and 2 cups hot water and halved the rest of the ingredients. Worked wonderfully! The bread has good flavor and was very moist. Good luck!

Unknown said...

I would love it if you could send me your friends recipe. My email is cathy_leishman@yahoo.com. :)

Anonymous said...

OK...now I am a little annoyed. I made the Miracle Bread last week and it was wonderful. I go to make it this week and the recipe is gone. Thanks for putting up the website where it came from, but there is NO RECIPE listed. Now I am screwed!!

Anonymous said...

I found this on pinterest and was so psyched to try it, went out and bought the ingredients for the white bread only to come home and see the recipe had been removed!! So sad! I looked on pantry secrets website and they don't list any recipes, only where to take a class to learn how to make the breads...

michelle said...

So sorry, guys. I was threatened with legal action if I didn't remove the recipes.

Anonymous said...

I'm really sad that the recipe is no longer available. I always substituted the sugar with honey and it was AWESOME. Could you list the recipe if you changed the sugar ingrediant to honey?? I also added in 2 T. Wheat Germ and 4 T. ground flaxseed, so I would have to add in a little bit more water.

Anonymous said...

Would it be possible for you to pass the recipe along through email. I bought all the stuff and really want to make it. Any one else out there that has the recipe please email me!
annie-chandler@hotmail.com
Thanks!

Emily E. Thayer said...

Wow, this seriously pisses me off. I made the recipe with a few alterations and was very impressed. Come back to go around again, and it's gone. Pantry Secrets, you suck.

For what it's worth, here's my Miracle Bread version that I made in my breadmaker. The following is NOT copyrighted and you may share it freely. (Copylefting.) Use 3 cups finely ground "white" whole wheat flour, 1 T yeast mixed into the flour -- this is important, it's on the yeast package, and a step I never noticed or bothered to do before (and never had such good results!) Add 1 tsp salt, 2 Tbsp sugar, and mix those into the flour too. Add 1 egg, 1 cup warm not hot water. If you can't stick your finger in it and leave it in, it's too hot. Bake on a whole wheat cycle, 1.5 lb loaf. Feel free to distribute this recipe in any capacity you please. Credit would be great, but you know, there are more important things in life. Copylefted 2012, Emily E. Thayer

Emily E. Thayer said...

BTW the biggest diff. I noticed between most bread I usually make and the Removed Recipe is that the RR was considerably wetter (stickier.) After popping the above ingredients into my breadmaker, it's not as sticky, so I also added 2 Tbsp oil and 2 Tbsp water. One of the things that makes baking bread tricky is that flour absorbs and releases water according to the humidity where it's stored. Sometimes the flour will have more moisture, sometimes less.

And I stand by my previous comments. Pantry Secrets could have handled things much better by simply requesting that you add credit and a link to their website. They probably could have even made a bunch of sales by asking that if the recipe was useful to you, that you buy something from their shop. 99.999% of your readers aren't even in the geographical area where they could possibly take those damn classes. Pantry Secrets, you won't be making any web sales off me. Good luck with your Karma.

daniharding said...

Yeah, can you also email me? dani7harding@yahoo.com That website doesn't even have recipes on it that I can find anyway. Thanks

daniharding said...

dang. I just made this the other day and loved it! I am ready to make it again....the website you posted does not have the recipe, that I can find anyway. I would love an email of it too. dani7harding@yahoo.com

clā contemporary said...

I pinned it just like the others and am so disappointed it had to be removed. If you are passing the recipe on through email, please send it along to me as well--it would be greatly appreciated! Here's my email: info@clacontemporary.com

Thanks so much in advance!

The Cobells said...

I also made that bread that recipe last week and loved it and was going to make it last night and could not find it. I spent all night looking for it. Could you email me please. I loves that bread. wakcobell@yahoo.com
Thanks so much.

clā contemporary said...

I pinned it just like the others and am so disappointed it had to be removed. If you are passing it on through email, would you please send the recipe along to me as well? Here is my email address: info@clacontemporary.com

Thanks so much in advance!

clā contemporary said...

Sorry I just realised it needed approval first before it would be visible! Was afraid it hadn't worked--guess I really want that bread, haha! Cheers!

Anonymous said...

Well, toss me in with all the other Pinterest pinners who just looked at this the other day and decided to make it this morning...blah to the snooties that made you take it down. Could you please also send the recipe to me if you are doing that for others? :D Thanks!
lauraleejingz@yahoo.com

Katie said...

If you send the recipe out to the others, will you include me too? I need an easy recipe for my first try at making bread! :) kjames1515@yahoo.com

Erica said...

I also pinned this and was SOO excited to make it today! :( Can anyone who has it also email me!! Thanks so much!!

iamtheluckiest3@yahoo.com

Lauren and Colson's Mom said...

Can someone explain what the 10 grain cereal is? Like Kashi or something like that? It seems so odd (and hard) to add to a bread dough! Or is it more like an oatmeal type cereal? Please explain a little more for me! Thanks!

michelle said...

The 10-grain cereal is a combination of ground whole grains, more like something you would cook as a hot cereal. It has corn, millet, barley, wheat, etc. and provides great texture and crunch, if you like that sort of thing.

Ginny Bergsma said...

I was so excited to find this on pinterest and then so disappointed that the recioes were gone. I really would like the recipes for the whole wheat and the white miracle bread if you are emailing them my email address is miniginny13@hotmail.com. Thanks!

Anonymous said...

Like others, I found you on Pinterest and wanted to make this. Please include me also if you are emailing the original recipe posted. My email address is: dila121212@yahoo.com. Thank you!

Anonymous said...

Please include me with those that would like the recipe ...again. I made this bread last week and fell in love with it. Thanks in advance! aefennell@gmail.com

Anonymous said...

I was so excited about this recipe - I found from your link on Pinterest! I finally got around to making it - and it's gone. :( If it's not to much to ask, would you please e-mail it to me? bobby_sherri_oliver@yahoo.com

Anonymous said...

I've made this bread from your post in the past and now it's gone. Could you please email me the original recipe? melissashowley@yahoo.com
Thanks so much! We love that bread!

Erica said...

Ugh...I am totally in the same boat as everyone else. I made the original recipe but with half white and half wheat flour and I LOVED it! It was the best bread I have made in awhile.

I wanted to share the recipe with a friend and when I came back to write it down I was so confused until I figured out what happened.

I'm not sure if you are passing along the original recipe but I would love to have you send it to me as well...

If you could, my e-mail is crazycoolkid (at) hotmail (dot) com

Anonymous said...

what a bummer. some people just don't know how to share. boo to pantry secrets! if you are sending recipes, can I have the wheat/white miracle bread too. binghamamber@hotmail.com

Anonymous said...

I just looked at the pantry secrets website and they charge 25.00 for a DVD with the recipe on it. I think that's a freaking rip off! I know you have a ton of other requesters but I too would like the original white bread recipe. Blackstock_90@yahoo.com Thank you so much!!

OrganicMama said...

Please e-mail it to me too! Thewendtfamily@gmail.com

Also, you might just give a call to a lawyer, but I'm certain you can't copywriter a recipe... So you should be In the clear :)

Anonymous said...

Oh my goodness! I am sad that this recipe is gone! I made it last week too and loved it and I was just about to make it again. Could you email me the recipe as well? abbyamartin@yahoo.com

Titensor Family said...

COuld you email it to me too? i made it a couple weeks ago and it was heaven. Now coming back for it I started reading the comments and see what happened. Thanks so much. miriamlynn@gmail.com

Ashley said...

Add me to the list that would love to get the recipe if someone has it! :) ashleyhuney@gmail.com

Brian and Ami Darrington said...

Loved the recipe, it's the first time I've ever had bread turn out. Went to make it today and recipe is gone, bummer. Can someone email it to me. chanteami@hotmail.com. Thanks

Shawn Webb said...

Will you put the original recipe up as well?? I loved that one. I'm sure this is good too but I'd like to keep making the other. Thanks!

Sally said...

OH NO, I didn't print this. This is the only bread I've ever been able to make. I can't find the recipe on Pantry Secrets!!!

Anonymous said...

I found this recipe: www.kneadysweetie.com/2012/03/miracle-bread-1-hour-bread.html and halved it and this No Salt Seasoned Bread: pinterest.com/pin/155092780887741062/. Hope that helps.

Denisa said...

I'm in the same boat as others. Found it, made it, loved it and didn't write it down. And can't make it again. Would you please add me to the email list, if you can email it?
Denisacundick@gmail.com

Jeff and Chelsy said...

I called my attorney, (my husband) who is an intellectual property attorney, he says you cannot copywrite a recipe. you can copywrite a compilation of them, like a recipe book, but its just the book that has been protected. the individual recipe is not. they can threaten legal action, but they won't win. they are just trying to scare you. either way, I would like the recipe too if you are emailing it out. cpriddle23@gmail.com

Monica from Alberta said...

I agree with Emily Thayer. I am from Canada and i will certainly not be supporting Pantry Secrets. Shame on them. What horrible PR staff they have. It should have been dealt with much more constructively.
Btw Michele I still got the recipe thru Interest.

Stamping with Patty said...

Please send my the recipe aso.
patty.hargrove@yahoo.com
thanks

Anonymous said...

Could you email me the recipe also, mtncalls@gmail.com thanks so much
Kim

TheHiebFamily said...

Pantry Secrets is Bullying you! A recipe can not be Copyrighted! They are mad that you are ruining their profit margin.

http://www.copyright.gov/fls/fl122.htm

Here is the recipe for 2 loves of bread that can be made in under an hour:

5 1/4 c. white bread flour
1/4 c. sugar
1/2 T. salt
1and 1/2 rounded tablespoons saf-instant yeast 1/3 c. oil
2c. hot tap water

Mixdry ingredients. Add Oil and water. Mixfor 1 minute and check consistency. If dough is too dry,add a little more water. Dough should be very sticky. Mixfor 5 minutes. (Do not add flour to the dough after it has finished mixing.) Spray counter and pans with olive oil spray. Shape loaves,place in pans and cover with a dish towel. Let rise 25 minutes. Bake at 350 degrees for 25 minutes. Let cool or don't!

Makes 2 loaves.

Anonymous said...

How about the whole wheat recipe?

Anonymous said...

I can not believe they have made you take the recipe off! I am so mad! This was a delicious recipe that you got from someone else, NOT THEM! They will never get my business. A recipe is meant to be shared not hoarded. Thank you for sharing it in the first place. I am sorry you have had to deal with them.

Amy said...

So sorry for all This stress, if emailing is a possibility I would love the original recipes ( I knew I should have written them down) threehootsandaholler@gmail.com. I am in agreement that you are being bullied and that recipes can not be copyrighted because there is no way of finding the original recipe originator because they are often passed around so much. If not then my great great grandmothers Texas sheet cake has been stoen my many and put in many a cookbooks!

Machelle Nelson said...

So disappointed! I had this pinned & needed a quick bread recipe for dinner tonight so hopped on Pinterest to check it out only to find this great big drama--over a recipe. I checked the link & was sorely disappointed yet again. Don't know if it'll do me any good but I'm gonna add my request for the recipe if possible by email to royandmachelle@juno.com Thanks for sharing what you do share! I look forward to trying the multi-grain version you posted when I have the ingredients!

Anonymous said...

Any chance some special soul out there could forward the recipe to me?
mapleleafgirl31@hotmail.com

Thanks so much!!
Debbe in Ontario,Canada

Crystal said...

A bread that actually turned out for me!!!! and its gone ;-( I made it once, came back today to try the wheat version and its gone. PLEASE email me the receipe

curlyboom at yahoo dot com

Tracy said...

Would you also be willing to email me the original recipe as well? I also made the bread and LOVED it, and just tonight I came back for the recipe and couldn't find it. After reading everyone's comments I now know why! That is awful what pantrysecrets has done. Please email me the recipe!!! @ tracy4belts@yahoo.com

THANK YOU, THANK YOU, THANK YOU!!!!

Trace said...

If you are emailing out the recipe - I would LOVE the whole wheat recipe!!

Shame on Pantry Secrets....

tracystots@gmail.com

Many thanks!!! And love your blog by the way! Great recipes!!

Anonymous said...

I would love to have the original recipe If possible. Please email to dcpace01@aol.com. Thank you.

Anonymous said...

Found this

Pantry Secret Bread Recipe with WW version substitutions

10 1/2 cups white bread flour (do not use all-purpose flour)
1/2 cup sugar
1 tablespoon salt
3 rounded tablespoons saf-instant yeast
3 tablespoons liquid lecithin*
4 cups hot tap water

Mix dry ingredients. Add lecithin and water. Mix for 1 minute and check consistency. If dough is too dry, add more water. If dough is too moist, add more flour. Mix for 5 minutes. (Do not add water or flour to the dough after it has finished mixing.) Spray counter and pans with PAM. Shape loaves and cover with a dish towel. Let raise for 25 minutes. Bake at 350 degrees for 25 minutes. This recipe makes four loaves of bread.

*Squeeze or pour approx 3 tablespoons of lecithin directly into the bowl. Do not measure.

For whole wheat bread, use the same recipe but add one cup applesauce as part of the hot tap water. Mix for ten minutes.

Anonymous said...

I used the recipe you posted and loved it but I did not print it out. New I should have. Would it be possible to email it to me? Thank you so much for sharing. stegertheresa@yahoo.com

Anonymous said...

thats exactly what i was thinking...if you can email it plzzz...

mommy_to2kiddos@yahoo.com

Anonymous said...

Please could you email the recipe to me lisainbama3502@yahoo.com I just want to give it a try. thanks

Down On The Farm said...

Would you please e-mail the recipe to me? robbing@brydonlaw.com

Thank you!

Anonymous said...

Did some research for you.... They can only copy part of the recipe. The indredients list cannot be copyrighted. However if the publish a method of preparation, that can be copyrighted.
So from what I understand, you can post a list of ingredients without any legal action.

If you are emailing can you please send one to me?
Lightonthewater@gmail.com

JoshuaBontrager said...

I love making this but always used the iPad instead of writing the recipe down.
Could you email me the recipe?
Bontragerjk@gmail.com

Kristin said...

For those looking for the recipe - http://www.kneadysweetie.com/2012/03/miracle-bread-1-hour-bread.html

Shaylee said...

Thank you so much for posting this!

Denise said...

This recipe looks delicious, but...a lot of the issues many people are facing today with gluten intolerance may be traced to the quickening of the rising process, which prevents the gluten from breaking down into a digestible form. So, while it may be faster, in the long run it may not necessarily be better.

Sorry to be a wet blanket :(

Beverly said...

Please, please email me both the white and wheat bread recipes! Thank you so much!!! btwelch@windstream.net

Jeff and Nicki Westra said...

is it possible to email me the reciepe for the white bread you had posted earlier? ? if so my address is nickiwestra@yahoo.com Thanks so much.
:0)

Perry's said...

I didn't write your recipe down I am so mad could you please email it? dimplesndents@yahoo.com
Sorry about pantry secrets, that is so dumb you should figure out if they
really can do anything legally cause I don't think they can and then repost.

Anonymous said...

Great blog and great recipe! I've used it several times over the years. I wonder if pantrysecrets knows that "their" recipe that has been around for a long time is all over the internet on lots of different blogs and youtube. I found it in an old cook book when I started using it. A quick google search brings up several pages with the recipe, though most call it One Hour Bread or something like that instead of Miracle Bread. So boo on pantrysecrets for bullying you and thinking they can own it. To me trying to own a recipe and prevent others from using it is like trying to say you own the color red and nobody else can use it. lol I say go ahead and put the recipe back up if you want to. :)

Anonymous said...

This was (is) an awesome recipe....and BTW TheHiebFamily is correct. There is no copyright for recipes. That is really ridiculous that you have been asked to remove it!!

Itty_Bitty_Wittes said...

will you email me both recipes?
please!

valeriewitte at yahoo

Paige @ Baby Dust Diaries said...

Boy did pantrysecrets shoot themselves in the foot. They made themselves look like vicious idiots. I know I'll personally tell everyone they suck for the rest of my life. I posted the recipe on my pinterest and I'm going to blog it too. pantrysecrets can bring it! Bullies.

You can't copyright recipes or patterns (although lots of people try).

Anonymous said...

Yay! I am excited to find and try this recipe! Although, make sure you check the ingredients in your dough enhancer. L-cystine is made of proteins from human hair most often harvested from barber shop floors in China (yikes). Just because the FDA approves it doesn't mean you want to eat it.

Anonymous said...

Came across this on pinterest and would love both recipes too! If you're emailing them out I would appreciate it: carissalwells@gmail.com Thank you!

Robin said...

Bummer. I just barely found this post. Can someone email me the recipe for miracle bread? From the Pantry Secrets website you have to buy a DVD...I don't want to buy a whole DVD about cooking. I hardly cook or bake which is why I like the idea of a fast bread. My email is robin2az@gmail.com Please email me the recipe! :-)

Lori - The Other Last Unicorn said...

Can you email me the whole wheat recipe? So sad you had to remove it! Lorihexberg@gmail.com

-kat said...

A bread that actually turned out for me!!!! Now the recipe is gone ;-( I made it once, came back today to try the wheat version and this is what I found. PLEASE, if I beg nicely (Pretttty Pleeeeeeze?), could you email me both of the receipes?
Thanks so much,
kat

kat0412@gmail.com

Anonymous said...

Could mails lease email the recipes to me as well? Kdleppert@yahoo.com
Thanks!

Anonymous said...

Could you email the white bread recipe to me?? cjcates10@gmail.com

Anonymous said...

Thank you!!

Maggie said...

Yeah, recipes cannot be copyrighted. I made a cookbook and was told that from the publisher. And the biotches at pantry secret probably didn't invent the recipe anyway.... I think I'll rewrite the recipe in my own words and post it all over the web, just to spite them. Bwahahahaha!!!!

Geri Legg said...

I too would love the recipe for miracle bread in all forms...thanks for sharing with us... geri.legg@frontier.com

geri.dot ... you can't see the . lol

Anonymous said...

I would love to have both recipes also if you wouldn't mind sending out yet another email? angela.etheridge@gmail.com

thanks

Dreamcatcher said...

I would love the recipe also....
dreams@telusplanet.net

Carol Z said...

Any chance you could email both the recipes to me too? I would LOVE to try them!! czuniga@satx.rr.com

Unknown said...

If someone could e-mail me the original white bread recipe, would be greatly appreciated kayhill232@gmail.com

Leslie said...

I have never made bread in my life and was really looking forward to it. Can you please send me both recipes, too? dljswilliams12@att.net

Anonymous said...

I would also love the recipes
Marybethjohnston@acn.net is my addy, thanks

Leah Schuck said...

Hi I was so excited to find this and then sad they wouldn't let you put the recipe up. My email is leah_nicole88@hotmail.com if you are sharing it! Thanks and I love your blog! :)

Leah Schuck said...

Hi I was so excited to find this recipe and then bummed that it wasn't here. If you are sharing it still please email it to me at leah_nicole88@hotmail.com thanks!! Love yor recipes, btw!

Allison said...

I would love the white and wheat recipes as well! Thanks so much!

allistuart@gmail.com

Anonymous said...

You are probably getting tired of this but me too please. katieellie27@yahoo.com. Thanks!!!

Anonymous said...

I would also like a copy of the two recipes if possible. tjarcher@q.com Thank you.

Shane Birkey said...

I know you have had many requests to email the recipe and I would like to ask the same. My email is smbirkey@yahoo.com and I would really like the whole wheat version. Thanks so much!

Anonymous said...

Please please please send me the recipe? I'd REALLY appreciate it!!

Alyssa (dot) Hulme (at) gmail (dot) con

Thank you!

Anonymous said...

Saw this on pintrest do you have a white bread recipe for this ? by the way the picture of the bread looked amazing

Anonymous said...

I would love the recipes as well, my email is mione291@yahoo.com.
Thanks

Anonymous said...

This looks great! I will try it soon. Have you ever used buckwheat flour? I might substitute a couple of tablespoons of buckwheat flour for the wheat flour. I like the stronger, sweeter flavor of the buckwheat.

Anonymous said...

If you want the original recipe, a blogger posted it here:

http://www.kneadysweetie.com/2012/03/miracle-bread-1-hour-bread.html

She credits this blog as her source for the recipe.

Christie said...

I would love the recipe as well! I work in a daycare and the kids love homemade bread and this one is simple enough for me to make there.

Please email me the recipe at
christieferris@gmail.com

Thanks!

Christie said...

I would love to make this bread at my daycare, it looks simple enough to make in the simple kitchen I have there. Please email it to me! Thank you!

christieferris@gmail.com

Anonymous said...

I would be interested in having the recipe emailed to me also. Thank you
momroseto5@gmail.com

Alisa said...

I had pinned this recipe so that in case I lost my paper copy I would have a back up! Who knew my paper copy would be my backup!
Sorry you had trouble with this.

BlondeBrainTrust said...

I have printed the complete Miracle Bread recipe on Pinterest; in my own words, of course;)http://pinterest.com/pin/121597258659886493/

Anonymous said...

I too would like to have the whole wheat and white bread recipies if you are emailing them. Thank you!
smes83@hotmail.com

Anonymous said...

I would also like the white and whole wheat bread recipes if you are emailing them. Thanks!! tilly72@mchsi.com

South Your Mouth said...

What a bunch of d-bags! They just pissed off all of Pinterest... smooth move jackholes.

You should send the recipe to all your food blogger buddies and we can all post the recipe in one swoop.

Best of luck to you! Let me know if you want to start a riot! I'm in!

Anonymous said...

Can I too get the recipe for the white and wheat bread?
Rachelray55@hotmail.com

Thank you!

mary faybik said...

Just another pinner sad to see there's no recipe linked with this page. I will not be supporting pantry secrets but would love this easy bread recipe if you're still emailing it. Thank you! marycpf422@gmail.com

MICHELLE SHERIFF said...

IF YOU ARE STILL EMAILING I WOULD LOVE BOOTH RECIPES . msheriff518@gmail.com
THANKS SO MUCH!

Anonymous said...

Hi, I'd love to have the recipe too! Please email it to bethennis@tampabay.rr.com. Thanks so much!

Diane said...

Please email me the recipe. Thanks.
djballentine@aol.com

Tracey Tilson Photography said...

Ref: the last sentence under the Miracle Bread Recipe post: Can you post the Whole Wheat Bread recipe too, please? Thank you so much :-)

Jen said...

I'd love the recipe as well..

stampingdiva at gmail dot com

sreno7 said...

what is dough enhancer? I can buy vital gluten but I see you list dough enhancer also

Anonymous said...

Could anyone please email me both recipes for this bread?Thanks : )
srrieck@hotmail.com

Cyndy said...

I made this, and loved the flavor, but it came out very dense, didn't rise enough.
I did have the vital wheat gluten, and I looked up what else could be used as dough enhancers, so I added 2 TB powdered milk.

My question is with the mixing. Do you use the dough hook or the paddle attachment? and how long are you mixing? When adding extra flour, I wasn't sure if it was supposed to pull away and make a ball or if it stays kind of sticky. I know with other recipes where you put it right in the pan, they were kind of sticky.

I will try again, because of the great flavor. Thanks!

Karrens said...

Can I just substitute whole wheat flour for the grain cereal? I don't have that but have everything else.

Iwould LOVE a copy of your friends bread recipe! If you are sharing it my email is kjkarren@hotmail.com. Thanks! :)

Pamela Gold said...

I don't see the recipe for the white bread anywhere??

Anonymous said...

I would love the recipes via email if you are willing to share. Thank you so much! macfam4vr@yahoo.com

Peg said...

I'd like the original recipe too if you are still emailing them. I made it and loved it and when I came back to make it again, it's gone! :-(

Anonymous said...

Hi. I guess I'm. A complete idiot, but my bread did not work. I couldn't find dough enhancer anywhere. I will buy some from amazon. I just had regular yeast. Finally found the 10 grain cereal. I didn't knead the bread. The recipe doesn't say anything about kneading so I didn't. Please tell me what I did wrong. I would love to make this and it work like so many. I have been making bread for many years, but this has got me stumped. :(

michelle said...

Anonymous: I really don't know what the dough enhancer does, but I found it at my grocery store and it seems to help with the multi-grain version. I don't use it for the wheat or white. Thanks for pointing out the oversight in my recipe - I added in 10 minutes of kneading!

Anonymous said...

nursenatt@hotmail.com would like both recipes too! Thanks so much!

Anonymous said...

I would love to get the white and wheat versions of this. I despise(!) bread making that takes all day, but I absolutely love the smell and taste of homemade bread. Thanks! orfreebies@hotmail.com

Chanel said...

I would love to make the whole wheat version. If emailing out I would greatly appreciate it.
achanelwright@gmail.com

Anonymous said...

People share recipes all the time, the original source being lost. I'm sure that Pantry Secrets got that recipe from some old cookbook or someone that they know (who got it from some old cookbook). It's truly rare to create a recipe from scratch. I applaud you for sharing your source, who was not Pantry Secrets. You gave credit where credit was due. If you're able to e-mail the recipes, I would greatly appreciate it. ammroger@umail.iu.edu

Staci said...

Michelle-
Perusing Pinterest this morning and found a pin to your post. Low and behold - it's a friend of my cousin, Miranda! Miracle in deed!
-Staci

Ann W. said...

Like sooo many others, I'm dying to try the original recipe. If someone out there sees this and has the recipe, please send it to me at jjwoll@juno.com. I love making bread but something in an hour would be so much more practical. Thanks in advance!!

AlliB said...

I was looking forward to making this this weekend with my daughter! If someone has it sand could send it to me I would appreciate it! ericalynn33@gmail.com
Thanks!

Vicky Hunt said...

I would love the recipes as well! Please send them to me...:)
Vicky
Keep Calm & Imagine
vickyhunt0605@gmail.com

Cindy said...

to anybody wanting the recipe originally posted here, I had the bright idea to Google "1 Hour Miracle Bread Recipe"...you wouldn't believe how many answers come up, from a wide variety of sources...(don't click on "pinterest" links, tho' because they are usually links to here☺). I am pretty sure if the ingredients list SAF live yeast, it is the same or close to the same recipe...

Cindy said...

I too would love someone to send me the recipe if they have it! fort.cindy@gmail.com

Anonymous said...

Could I please get the recipe for this bread? Bummed it had to be removed:(
Loveak88@yahoo.com

Anonymous said...

You'll find the recipe HERE:

http://www.kneadysweetie.com/2012/03/miracle-bread-1-hour-bread.html

jessi said...

I'm very disappointed that they don't have the recipe anymore! A friend of mine was telling me about this bread recipe and now I can't even try it....would you please email the two recipes to me for the wheat bread and the white bread? If you could add "suggestions" or "changes" to the recipe so you are able to send "your" version, that would he great! My email is tjack737@yahoo.com thank you!

yourocdiva said...

I made this tonight and it turned out NOTHING like yours. :( I following your direction with the exception of the dough enhancer...3 stores and couldn't find it. Mine turned out like heavy, dense bricks. Any tips?

Anonymous said...

Could I please get the 2 recipes emailed to me also. I run a home for homeless teens and making homemade bread would help a lot.
Thuglifesara@gmail.com
Thanks so much, Sara

Anonymous said...

Could you please email the original white bread recipe to me? I'm trying to make bread for the first time and would like to have an easy recipe. I would really appreciate it. Thank you. Brenda. My email address is: beaiavolasiti@cox.net

Anonymous said...

What can I substitute for the oatmeal? My husband's allergic to oats.

Heidi Stone said...

I use the same but I assume a smaller KA might not fare so well.

michelle said...

You can just leave the oatmeal out if you like.

michelle said...

FYI - I have reposted the original miracle bread recipes in a separate post. I don't believe in secret recipes. Enjoy!

Tiffinay Nash said...

I couldn't find the original recipe on your blog, could you email it to me? jt135nash@yahoo.com
Thank you so much!

Hamrsark said...

First, just let me say...I am NOT a novice baker!
This recipe turned out nasty, lumpy, thick and basically inedible.
I'm not sure what went wrong but since they aren't ingredients I would normally have around my house (AND they're expensive too!), I don't think we'll be trying it again!
I'll stick to my lovely French Bread recipe!

April and Paul Monroe said...

If you are emailing the white bread recipe out I would LOVE to have it! Aprilmonroe5@gmail.com. Thanks!!

Anonymous said...

Hello Michelle, would love both the white and wheat recipe. Would you please email them to me? bdjjbb@msn.com thanks so much.

Kenneth said...

This bread recipe is something i will make for my grandma when she will visit me at home.

Anonymous said...

I'm from NZ and I wanted to check the ingredients. What sort of cereal do you use? What is a flour enhancer?

Anonymous said...

I totally don't get the brouhaha over taking the recipe down, I made the recipe that is there now. I have to admit to being so mad while mixing this, it didn't seem like there was any way it would turn out. I hand kneaded it because it kept creeping up in the KitchenAid. Anyway, I used the 8-Grain Bob's cereal and the bread is not quite like a gluten-ey kneaded bread, but it's tasty. Took MUCH longer than 25 min. to bake (and I have a pro range whose accuracy was recently tested).

I_Fortuna said...

Thanks for sharing this recipe. I just started baking again thanks to the no knead process. Now I have the confidence for other kinds of bread and since we are diabetic this bread will be perfect for us. Thanks again and Bravo! for your courage.

Dawn said...

I made this for the first time... the flavor turned out amazing, but mine is SUPER dense...?? I used the honey and buttermilk as my enhancer. I used coconut oil instead of veggie oil too.

I may have added too much flour as I had to do that to pull away from the sides of my mixer.
It really didn't rise too much...??

Dawn said...

OK - round 2.... MUCH better!!! After doing a little reading, because of my high altitude, I added a little more wheat gluten and let it rise for a longer period of time and LOOKS GREAT.
I wonder... could you keep this in the fridge for a few days? I would only want to bake 1 loaf since we don't eat this fast enough.
Love the flavor of this bread - I actually used coconut oil instead too.
Thanks!