I have been really excited about this recipe, probably because I had quite a few failed attempts before I got to enjoy this loaf of spelt bread but it was definitely worth the wait.
It’s hard to describe the flavour of spelt. It does taste different from whole wheat but the flavour isn’t strong or overpowering. I absolutely love it and actually prefer the flavour of it to regular whole wheat bread although the texture isn’t quite as soft and bouncy as my Clean Eating Breadmaker Bread I still think its a winner!
You can use any wholegrain spelt flour for this but I have found that the best results and the biggest loaves are made when I use this stoneground wholegrain spelt flour which can be purchased from Waitrose, Ocado or Amazon.
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Clean Eating Spelt Bread - Breadmaker Recipe
- Yield: 1 loaf
You can use any wholegrain spelt flour for this but I have found that the best results and the biggest loaves are made when I use stoneground wholegrain spelt flour.
- 1 1/2 teaspoons Easy Bake/Fast Action Yeast
- 500 grams Stoneground Wholegrain Spelt Flour
- 1 teaspoon Fine Sea Salt
- 1 oz Organic Butter 1/2 oz works too
- 340 ml Water
- Place all of your ingredients into your bread maker in the order listed above.
- Select the Whole Spelt Programme on your bread maker. Mine takes 4 1/2 hours to cook.
- Once cooked remove from pan and allow to cool before slicing or storing.