Ingredients: 1/2 cup warm milk. The more I use this, the more I am falling in love with it. 1. 1 (1/4th oz) package yeast. Run Dough cycle. Print this recipe! 2. Soaked Whole Wheat & Cinnamon Raisin Bread The end result is an easy-to-make bread that’s fluffy and light, perfect for toast, sandwiches, french toast, or perfectly sliced with a big slab of pastured butter. The first batch of these was a bit too”wheat-y” for my taste. 1 cup plus 1 tablespoon warm milk; 2 eggs plus 1 egg white; 3 Tablespoons vegetable oil; 1/2 cup sugar; 4 cups white whole wheat flour; 1/2 teaspoon salt; 3 teaspoons bread machine … 2 To hand shape the roll, once the dough cycle is complete remove the dough to a lightly floured cutting board. Overnight Whole Wheat Cinnamon Rolls. 2 cups all purpose flour. For the second batch, 1/2 of the wheat flour was sub for regular, all purpose, white flour. Remove dough from the machine after the cycle is done, about 1 hour 30 minutes.

1/2 cup warm water. Use the DOUGH cycle setting. This recipe makes enough dough for a pan full of cinnamon rolls and two loaves of delicious whole wheat bread for toast. 1.5 Tbsp cinnamon, divided. makes one loaf. 1/2 cup sugar + 1 tbsp. These minis have been our cinnamon roll go-to recipe for a while now. 1 cup whole wheat flour. 1 1/4 tsp salt.

Step 1. Whole Wheat Cinnamon Swirl Bread. Technically, second. These Whole Wheat Cinnamon Buns can be made using your favorite whole wheat bread dough. But, these are my first attempt at homemade-from scratch cinnamon rolls. For this batch, I used a no knead bread dough to make the process a snap. Such a fantastic machine! 1 Place the ingredients into the bread baking pan as recommended by your bread machine's manual. 6 Tbsp softened butter (or earth balance buttery spread), divided. Whole-Wheat Cinnamon Raisin Bread (for Bread Machine) 100 Days of Real Food raisins, active dry yeast, salt, honey, whole wheat flour, cinnamon and 2 more SEARCH Place warm water, egg, olive oil, honey, molasses, chia seeds, whole wheat flour, salt, and yeast into a bread machine, in the order listed by the manufacturer.