“We have so much, too much, that we can buy, yet the basic labor of doing, the making with our own hands, is what enlivens us and makes us feel human." Dan Lepard

Breads


There is nothing more satisfying than baking bread at home. Right from mixing ingredients to kneading and watching it rise is relaxing, healing and therapeutic. And yes! The aroma of fresh bread wafting through is so comforting.
In most of the breads that I bake, I use whole wheat flour. I also use oats, finger millets (Raagi) and other whole grains. Whole grains are any day healthier than the refined flour. Whole grain breads are dense and crumbly, high in nutrition, very filling and great in taste. 
I use standard 240ml cup for measuring ingredients. You may refer to the conversion calculator given in the second row of the top bar in my blog.

Here is my list of healthy home made breads…………



























18.  SEMOLINA LOAF










19.  WHOLE WHEAT MAIZE LOAF











20.  Overnight Cornmeal Rolls








21.  Anadama Bread






22.   Cornstalk Bread









23.   Struan Bread




24. Rustic Bread








25. Onion and Rosemary Focaccia







26.  Irish Wheaten Bread









27.  Brazilian Fruit Bread







28.  Brown Rice Bread in a Pot







29.  Whole Wheat Buttermilk Bread








30.  Potato Oregano Rolls








31.  Fat Free Breakfast Bread






32. Chocolate Cinnamon Rolls







33. Garlic and Oregano Focaccia





34. 100% Whole Wheat and Honey Bread







35.  Semolina Bread









36. Whole Wheat Christmas Stollen








37. Sweet Potato Rolls









38. Whole Wheat Fruit and Nut Bread









39. 100% Whole Wheat and Oats Bread







40.  Whole Wheat Sunflower Seed Bread





41. Whole Wheat  Cranberry Pistachio Mini Panettones






42. Whole Wheat Beet Swirl Bread






43. Whole Wheat Beet Spinach Swirl Bread | Holi Bread (Vegan)








44. Fougasse (whole wheat and vegan)








45. Whole Wheat Orange Cinnamon Swirl Bread







46. Whole Wheat Garden Fresh Coriander Focaccia









47. Harvest Wheat Bread






48. Ciabatta





49. Potato and Mint Whole Wheat Focaccia 










50. Banh  mi - Vietnamese Baguettes






51. Scali Bread






52. Rustic Potato Loaves (Vegan)







53. Broa- The Portuguese Bread









54. Whole Wheat Yogurt Sunflower Seed Loaves






55. Tutti Frutti bread







56. Multigrain Flaxseed Bread







60. Cottage Bread








61. Guyanese Butterflaps









62. Simple Milk Loaf









63. Cracked Wheat Bread | Dalia Bread









64. Bolillos - Crusty Mexican Rolls








65.English Muffin Toasting Bread







66. Cornmeal Semolina Bread (with sesame seeds)








67. No Knead 100% Whole Wheat Bread









68. Pide-Turkish Flat Bread








69. Pizza (with whole grain base)









70. Buttermilk Bread









71. 100% Whole Wheat Sandwich Bread









72. Braided Beet Swirl Bread (Vegan)









73. Wholegrain Semolina Bread | Atta Sooji Bread








74. Semolina Cilantro Loaf









75. Atta Raagi Bread | Multigrain Batter Bread| Whole Wheat      
       Finger Millet Bread









76. 50% Wholegrain Bread







77. 50% Wholegrain Yeasted Banana Sandwich bread









78. Yeasted Cornmeal Bread









79. Garlic and Herbs Pull Apart Bread









80. 100% Whole Wheat Batter Bread | No Knead Bread









81. Italian Sesame Bread (Vegan)










82. Garlic and Herb Cluster Bread









83. Golden Buttery Pull Apart Buns









84. Schiacciata Con L'uva (Focaccia With Grapes)









85. Super Soft Dinner Rolls & Whole Wheat Rolls 









86.  Tomato Herb Focaccia








87. Cheese Buns










88. Onion Cheese Bread









90. Melon Pan (Japanese Sweet Buns)








91. WholeWheat Quick Bread





8 comments:

  1. I just had to write and tell you I made your whole wheat flaxseed bread. I made it with golden flaxseed and took a loaf to me vegan friends and they loved it also. I made a mayo, tomato and onion sandwich when I came home from the farmers market...so yummy!!! Thank you!

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  2. hi,
    your site is wonderful, I am yet to try your recipes but I am sure they will be really good , nice posting .

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  3. Wow..this is a wonderful blog for bread recipes and i would like and really enjoy.

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    1. Hello Belal, Thank you. Welcome to my blog. Hope you try out the recipes and enjoy them!

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  4. Hi namita
    Im vry new into bread baking. In fact my first attempt of baking whole wheat domino style garlic bread was just Ok. Today madevsame bread with maida n it showed some improvement. My question is does the whole wheat flour dough as much as maida dough??
    However, im not satisfied as both my doughs didnt really double, can u pls help me??

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    1. Hello Babbupreet, welcome to the beautiful world of baking breads. Whole wheta flour does not rise as much as maida. It is heavier and bread comes out dense. When it comes to rising, make sure that the yeast is working. Rising time may differ depending on climate. Sometimes it takes more than 1 1/2 hours for dough to double. From your side ensure that dough has been kneaded till soft elastic and a little sticky.

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  5. Good Evening Namita,

    Fortunately came across your blog while hunting for tutti frutti bread. Already trying the recipe and hopefully shouldn't disappoint... Will update soon with results :)

    However, I am totally awed by your bread collection and can't wait to try them. I love baking but due to several failed attempts, lost interest.... But hope to get some good results using your recipe Insha'Allah

    Thank you very much for sharing them

    Regards,
    Saima Javed

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    1. Hi Saima, it is a pleasure to hear from you. I shall be really happy with success in baking at your end. Keep me updated. Happy Baking!

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