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The Best-Ever Country Seed Bread Recipe

Updated on April 6, 2015
Country Seed Bread Recipe
Country Seed Bread Recipe | Source

Here's An Easy & Delicious Bread Recipe for Your Bread Machine

The Best-Ever Country Seed Bread Recipe is a delight to throw together using your bread machine. Most recipes for your bread maker are easy, but not all are as delicious as this one is. It always receives rave reviews and is a staple at our house. We have it whenever we are having a homemade soup dinner or a celebratory meal, like our Easter Dinner Menu. It is also great to take as a contribution to a potluck dinner or to serve with a light salad lunch or supper. I'm sure it would be a great everyday bread. However, with two teenagers in the house, a loaf a day would not be enough so I use this recipe for adding bread to a meal rather than for our everyday bread. Whatever way you choose to serve it, I am sure you are going to love it!

This recipe was given to me by a friend named Dora possibly as many as 16 years ago when I lived in Winnipeg. I don't expect either of us knew it would become the best bread recipe in my collection! However, it did and in my mind I think of it as 'Dora's Country Seed Bread.' She was given the recipe by her mother who found it in a newspaper and I am happy to share it with you now!

"The bread machine could be called the greatest invention since and for sliced bread!" - Robin Hood

The Best-Ever Country Seed Bread Recipe


1 1/4 cups water

2 tbsps honey

2 tbsps vegetable oil

1/4 cup flax seeds

2 tbsps seasame seeds

1 tbsp poppy seeds

1 1/2 tsps salt

2 tsps yeast

2 cups white flour

1 cup whole wheat flour

Cooking a loaf of bread in your bread machine is, as you probably know, a very simple affair. However, you will have to know your machine and follow the instructions for it. My machine requires that you put the wet ingredients in, then the dry ingredients with the yeast on top, especially if you are not planning on starting your bread machine right away. I simply load the ingredients in the proper order and four hours and ten minutes later, the house is overflowing with the delicious smell of home made bread!

This loaf is just enough to feed four hungry people who love homemade bread as an accompaniment to a homemade soup supper.

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Keilen Bread Warmer and Basket | Source

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