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Whole Grain Spelt Bread with Skyr

Healthy Whole Grain Spelt Bread without Yeast

I belong to that species of people who rarely buy bread from the supermarket.


I truly trust only a few people with the traditional craft, so I prefer to bake my own.


...and it's super easy! I quickly mix my loaves with whole grain spelt flour and skyr. This ensures that the bread stays wonderfully moist.


The simple preparation is a real blessing for those who are not morning people, and in terms of taste and nutrients, it's far superior to the cheap ingredients from the supermarket.


Here, I know what's inside and enjoy a good slice of my homemade whole grain bread every day. Wrapped in a kitchen towel, the loaf stays fresh for several days.


Want to try baking bread yourself, the easy way?

 

Ingredients:

  • 350 g whole grain spelt flour

  • 45 g oats

  • 1/2 packet of baking powder

  • 80 g soaked nut mix

  • 200 g skyr

  • 250 ml milk

  • Salt

  • Optional: butter and cress

 
  • Portion: A whole loaf of bread

  • Effort: low Simply stir all ingredients together and briefly knead into a bread dough. Bake for about 50 minutes.

  • Nutritional value: high Simply stir all ingredients together and briefly knead into a bread dough. Bake for about 50 minutes.

  • Michaela's opinion: Bread is easily made without yeast and tastes - at least to me - best when it's homemade.


Instruction:

1)Preheat the oven to 180 degrees Celsius with fan.

2) Mix whole grain flour with oats, salt, baking powder, and soaked nuts.

3) Add skyr and milk, and knead all ingredients by hand into a bread dough.

4) Layer into a silicone mold or greased loaf pan and bake in the hot oven for about 50 minutes until golden brown. Optionally, you can also form a loaf and place it directly on a baking tray without a mold.

5) Enjoy plain or with some butter and cress.

 
  • Michaela's Tip: For a nicely moist and well-binding bread, you can also work with buttermilk, Greek yogurt, or even some vegetables instead of skyr.

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