a loaf of homemade fresh milled flour sandwich bread sliced in half with one slice laying in front of the loaf.
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Everyday Sandwich Bread made with Fresh Milled Flour : Easy Recipe

This Everyday Sandwich Bread made with Fresh Milled Flour is an Easy, beginner friendly Recipe. I will walk you through each step of the way, and I have video instructions HERE where you can watch me make this exact bread along with some other goodies too! I believe that homemade is usually better, especially when it comes to bread. Also, I want to show you how to make a delightful everyday sandwich bread using fresh milled flour. By using this wholesome and nutritious ingredient, you’ll not only enhance the flavor and texture but also add an extra dose of nutrition to your sandwiches. So, Let’s get started!

*Updates To Post

*This post was updated to modify the original baking temperature and time, I find the slight cooler temp with longer bake time works better for most ovens. (The original bake time for this Fresh Milled Flour Sandwich Bread was 400*F, but I have updated it to 350*F for a longer bake time.)

*I also updated the post to include the alternative pan sizes, and how to alter the Fresh Milled Flour Sandwich Bread recipe for each size.

a loaf of homemade fresh milled flour sandwich bread sliced in half with one slice laying in front of the loaf.
I make this bread very often whenever we want that iconic store bought sandwich bread

Can I Make This Fresh Milled Flour Sandwich Bread With Sourdough Instead Of Yeast?

Yes! This recipe can be made with sourdough rather than yeast. I have that recipe and method on my website as well! HERE is my Sourdough Sandwich Bread Recipe made with freshly milled flour.

Making Sandwich Bread With Fresh Milled Flour

Making Sandwich bread with fresh milled flour is no easy feat when you are first learning. Even if you are an experienced baker for many many years, fresh milled flour is a whole new ballgame! When I started baking with fresh milled flour, years ago, everything I knew about baking with white flour went out the window. All the tricks I thought I knew didn’t work. And all those “Golden Rules” I always abided by just ended in failure after failure. So, this made me even more determined to figure out why and what I needed to do to change this into success! I was determined that I could create light fluffy loafs just like the sandwich bread I bought at the store…..But better!

once slice of homemade fresh milled flour whole wheat sandwich bread
Behold, a slice of pure goodness! This homemade sandwich bread, crafted with a blend of mostly hard white wheat and a touch of Kamut, showcases the wholesome power of freshly milled flour. Soft, squishy, and irresistibly delicious, this bread is a testament to the art of baking with 100% whole grains.

Learning To Master Fresh Milled Flour Sandwich Bread

When I was learning, there was very little information out there only a couple resources, and slim to no recipes written specifically for freshly milled flour. I had to figure out, all by trial and error how to master this! Once I began working with fresh milled flour more and more, I began to learn and grow. This is when I decided I should try to teach others everything I have learned. My inspiration bloomed into a Youtube channel, and Blog. I never thought I would do either of those (I am quite introverted), but the calling was just there I guess. So, I just needed to step out of my comfort zone!

I teach tips and tricks in most all of my videos, and blog posts. I am continuing to write new recipes often to share with the world. All of them with exclusively fresh milled flour. I have a passion to spread the word, and teach people how much healthier whole grains are. Also, I want to help people learn what they are putting in their foods, and in turn putting in their bodies.

a homemade loaf of white sandwich bread made with whole wheat whole grain fresh milled flour
Elevate your bread loaf with a simple brush of enriching egg wash. This will elevate the browning, and give it a shiny appearance.

Switching From White Flour To Fresh Milled Flour

Firstly, don’t start out changing everything at once! It will be difficult to do, as there is a learning curve, and tastebud curve as well. (If that is even such a thing.) Take it slow, and work on mastering one bread, and one or two other non bread recipes. Once you master one bread recipe you will start to develop a feel for how it should look, feel, and move. (*hint I will post a couple great starter bread recipes (other than this one, of course) at the end of this post.) I know it is exciting to try all sorts of new recipes, but often times when people do this, they just think they don’t like fresh milled flour, and stop using it. I promise it will all come to you in due time.

hands pouring whole wheat berries into a grain mill from a metal bowl
Embrace the joy and satisfaction of milling wheat berries—a delightful journey that rewards you twofold. Not only do you revel in the experience, but you also savor the delicious fruits of your labor. Explore the art of milling and relish the delightful products that emerge, bringing fulfillment to both body and soul.

What Pan Size Should I Use?

My recipes call for the smaller 4×8 bread loaf pans, because I have a tiny oven! lol. Even the 4.5×8.5 pans are a bit larger, crazy how just that half inch each way can make such a difference! So, if you only have the larger pans, I recommend to x1.5 my recipes if you are looking for a large high rise loaf of bread. The large pans will definitely still work, the loafs will just be a bit smaller. HERE is a link to the smaller bread pans I use.

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Ingredients To Make This Fresh Milled Flour Sandwich Bread

Bread Pan Size 4×8

  • 4 cups Fresh Milled Flour 485g (I like to mill 405g hard white, and 80g Kamut)
  • 3/4 cup water 180g
  • 3/4 cup milk 180g
  • 3 TBSP Butter 42g
  • 3 TBSP Sugar or Honey 63g
  • 1&1/2 tsp salt
  • 1 egg 50g
  • 2 tsp instant yeast

Medium Bread Pan Size 4.5×8.5

  • 6 cups Fresh Milled Flour 728g (I like to mill 608g hard white, and 120g Kamut)
  • 1&1/8 cup water 270g
  • 1&1/8 cup milk 270g
  • 4&1/2 TBSP Butter 63g
  • 4&1/2 TBSP Sugar or Honey 94g
  • 2&1/4 tsp salt
  • 2 eggs 100g
  • 3 tsp instant yeast

Large Bread Pan Size 5×9

  • 8 cups Fresh Milled Flour 970g (I like to mill 810g hard white, and 160g Kamut)
  • 1&1/2 cup water 360g
  • 1&1/2 cup milk 360g
  • 6 TBSP Butter 84g
  • 6 TBSP Sugar or Honey 126g
  • 3 tsp salt
  • 2 egg 100g
  • 4 tsp instant yeast

Instructions To Make Fresh Milled Flour Sandwich Bread

  1. Firstly, Mill the flour
  2. Then, to a microwave safe bowl add water, milk, and butter and microwave until the butter is melted completely.
  3. Add water/milk/butter mixture to stand mixer bowl, then add sugar, egg, and salt. Mix to combine.
  4. Then, add flour to the stand mixer, and start to mix until all the dry flour is gone.
  5. Cover and let it sit at room temperature for at least 15 minutes, up to 2 hours to allow the fresh milled flour to absorb the liquid.
  6. Then, add the instant yeast. Start to mix the yeast in until combined.
  7. Start the kneading process. This could take 25 minutes with fresh milled flour, or less. This varies greatly, so the best way to check if the dough is done being kneaded, is to check for a window pane test. Window Pane Test Video HERE
  8. Once a successful window pane test is done, then, cover the dough and let it rise until doubled. This will typically take 1 to 2 hours.
I am shaping the bread loaf to achieve optimal surface tension.

Shaping The Loaf

There are so many ways to shape a loaf of bread, but the most important thing is to make sure you have good surface tension.

  1. After the dough has doubled in size, then, divide the dough in half if you are making 2 one pound loaves. Press each piece flat, then roll up to shape. Make sure there is some surface tension, see my video for shaping if you are interested HERE
  2. I like to use some oil on my hands and work surface to help with the wetter stickier dough.
  3. Place in a parchment paper lined 4×8 bread pan, and cover for about 40 minutes until puffy looking.
  4. Preheat oven to 350*F towards the end of this second rise time.
  5. Bake for 30 to 40 minutes until the internal temperature reaches 190*F.
  6. Take bread out of the oven, and out of the bread tins right away, and place them on a wire cooling rack.
  7. Let cool for at least one hour before slicing.
  8. Slice to desired thickness, and enjoy!

Using Hard White Wheat & Kamut To Make Sandwich Bread

Indulge in the epitome of homemade perfection with this captivating slice of bread. Expertly crafted using a combination of predominantly hard white wheat and a delightful hint of Kamut, this sandwich bread is a true marvel made with freshly milled flour. Prepare to experience the utmost softness and irresistibly squishy texture, all while savoring the wholesome essence of 100% whole grains. Brace yourself for a taste sensation that redefines what homemade bread can truly be

Kamut (Khorasan Wheat) berries on a plate next to whole hard white wheat kernels
I figured I should show you the beauty that the golden Kamut brings to this bread!

Enjoy That Bread!

With this simple and rewarding recipe, you can easily create a delicious everyday sandwich bread using freshly milled flour. The wholesome goodness and aromatic flavors will elevate your sandwiches to a whole new level. Say goodbye to store-bought bread and enjoy the satisfaction of homemade goodness. Happy baking!

How To Store Fresh Milled Flour Sandwich Bread

To store these fresh milled flour sandwich bread loafs, keep in an airtight container, or bag. Then, keep on the counter for 2-3 days. For longer storage, place in a freezer safe bag and freeze for up to 4 months. (Make sure the loaf has cooled completely before freezing, best results to freeze the same day as it is baked.) To thaw, sit on the counter, and let come to room temperature.

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Focaccia – If you are struggling to get the dough right for any Fresh Milled Flour Bread, or have questions, I highly recommend my FREE Masterclass on Youtube, HERE

Once These Are Mastered, I have some level 2 breads to try out!

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And, here is My Fresh Milled Flour Recipe Index updating each week with new ones! You can find cookies, cupcakes, Sourdough, Pasta, muffins, waffles, and more all made with 100% fresh milled flour!

a loaf of homemade fresh milled flour sandwich bread sliced in half with one slice laying in front of the loaf.

Fresh Milled Flour Everyday Sandwich Bread

This Everyday Sandwich Bread made with Fresh Milled Flour is an Easy, beginner friendly Recipe. I believe that homemade is usually better, especially when it comes to bread. I want to show you how to make a delightful everyday sandwich bread using fresh milled flour. By using this wholesome and nutritious ingredient, you'll not only enhance the flavor and texture but also add an extra dose of nutrition to your sandwiches. So, Let's get started!
5 from 22 votes
Prep Time 40 minutes
Cook Time 25 minutes
rise time 2 hours
Total Time 3 hours 5 minutes
Cuisine American
Servings 2 loafs

Equipment

  • 2 4×8 bread pans

Ingredients
  

For Smaller Bread Pans 4×8

  • 4 cups Fresh Milled Flour 485g I like to mill 405g hard white, and 80g Kamut
  • 3/4 cup water 180g
  • 3/4 cup milk 180g
  • 3 TBSP Butter 42g
  • 3 TBSP Sugar or Honey 63g
  • 1&1/2 tsp salt
  • 1 egg 50g
  • 2 tsp instant yeast

For Medium Bread Pan Size 4.5 x 8.5

  • 6 cups Fresh Milled Flour 728g I like to mill 608g hard white, and 120g Kamut
  • 1&1/8 cup water 270g
  • 1&1/8 cup milk 270g
  • 4&1/2 TBSP Butter 63g
  • 4&1/2 TBSP Sugar or Honey 94g
  • 2&1/4 tsp salt
  • 2 eggs 100g
  • 3 tsp instant yeast

For Large Bread Pan Size 5 x 9

  • 8 cups Fresh Milled Flour 970g I like to mill 810g hard white, and 160g Kamut
  • 1&1/2 cup water 360g
  • 1&1/2 cup milk 360g
  • 6 TBSP Butter 84g
  • 6 TBSP Sugar or Honey 126g
  • 3 tsp salt
  • 2 egg 100g
  • 4 tsp instant yeast

Instructions
 

  • Firstly, Mill the flour
  • Then, to a microwave safe bowl add water, milk, and butter and microwave until the butter is melted completely.
  • Add water/milk/butter mixture to stand mixer bowl, then add sugar, egg, and salt. Mix to combine.
  • Then, add flour to the stand mixer, and start to mix until all the dry flour is gone.
  • Cover and let it sit at room temperature for at least 15 minutes, up to 2 hours to allow the fresh milled flour to absorb the liquid.
  • Then, add the instant yeast. Start to mix the yeast in until combined.
  • Start the kneading process. This could take 25 minutes with fresh milled flour, or less. This varies greatly, so the best way to check if the dough is done being kneaded, is to check for a window pane test.
  • Once a successful window pane test is done, then, cover the dough and let it rise until doubled. This will typically take 1 to 2 hours.
  • After the dough has doubled in size, then, divide the dough in half. I like to use some oil on my hands and work surface to help with the wetter stickier dough.
  • Press each piece flat, then roll up to shape. Make sure there is some surface tension.
  • Place in a parchment paper lined 4×8 bread pan, and cover for about 40-50 minutes until puffy looking.
  • Preheat oven to 350*F towards the end of this second rise time.
  • Bake for 30 to 40 minutes until the internal temperature reaches 190*F.
  • Take bread out of the oven, and out of the bread tins right away, and place them on a wire cooling rack.
  • Let cool for at least one hour before slicing.
  • Slice to desired thickness, and enjoy!

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Notes

*Bread Pan Size Tips: My recipes call for the smaller 4×8 bread loaf pans, because I have a tiny oven! lol. Even the 4.5×8.5 pans are a bit larger, crazy how just that half inch each way can make such a difference! So, if you only have the larger pans, I recommend to x1.5 my recipes if you are looking for a large high rise loaf of bread. The large pans will definitely still work, the loafs will just be a bit smaller.
*How To Store The Bread: To store these fresh milled flour sandwich bread loafs, keep in an airtight container, or bag. Then, keep on the counter for 2-3 days. For longer storage, place in a freezer safe bag and freeze for up to 4 months. (Make sure the loaf has cooled completely before freezing, best results to freeze the same day as it is baked.) To thaw, sit on the counter, and let come to room temperature.
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127 Comments

  1. How did the bread come out looking so white? Do you sift the milled flour first? I am enjoying your site.

    1. I did not sift, I used mostly hard white wheat and some kamut. When I knead long and get the window pane, it adds more air into the loaf, and it looks lighter!

  2. I have the classic nutrimill, but I am considering switching to the model you have. Do you know how they compare?? Thanks.

  3. When I split my dough and a half and put them into the 4 x 8 pans, they never rise to the rim of the pan/taller than the pan. Do I need to put all the dough in the 4 x 8 pan for this to happen? Or am I doing something wrong so that it is not rising enough. I am getting window pain after my knead.

    1. Possibly, they need to rise a bit longer the second rise. Mine do not fill up and over the sides, if you want to take a look at my video, I show me making this every day sandwich loaf and a cinnamon swirl bread with the same dough. Hope this helps! Thank you! https://youtu.be/Ythxqi_gu0w

      1. I made this bread tonight and it is amazing. This is my first time using Kamut, and I love the flavor. It’s also the first time I’ve shaped with oil instead if flour, and I’m wondering if that made a difference. My loaves are flat. I kneeded it for about 10 minutes and it came away the sides of the bowl and it was very stretchy. I then let it rise for an hour, shaped and let it rise another hour in the bread pans. I noticed it was not keeping its rounded shape on top. It didn’t seem to rise at all in the oven. Any ideas how to make have a higher rise? Thank you. J love your videos and blog.

        1. It is possible that they overproofed. Which would cause them to be flat, and not rise in the oven. But, also, I have small bread loaf pans because of my small oven. So, this recipe is for Two 4×8 bread pans. If you have the 9×5 bread pans, you may need to double the batch, or just make 1 loaf with the larger loaf size. I hope that helps!

    2. I had the same situation beautiful tasty light fluffy bread. Maybe I need to double check the measurements of my bread pan but I think next time I’ll put the whole thing in one pan bonus note my kids love the spread.

      1. I do use the smaller 4×8 bread loaf pans, because I have a tiny oven! lol. Even the 4.5×8.5 pans are a bit larger, crazy how just that half inch each way can make such a difference! So, if you only have the larger pans, I recommend to x1.5 to x2 my recipes if you are looking for a large high rise loaf of bread. The large pans will definitely still work, the loafs will just be a bit smaller.

    1. I do like a very wet dough, but you may need to add a bit more flour if it is not coming together. I have a video for it so you can see what consistency I have when I start, it does seem very wet at the beginning. If you are interested, here is that video. I make this every day sandwich bread and cinnamon swirl bread with the same dough. Hope that helps! Thanks! https://youtu.be/Ythxqi_gu0w

  4. 5 stars
    I failed on this because I didn’t let it pass the windowpane test nor rise first before shaping. Whoops. But I will try again because even still it was edible so that in itself shows a good recipe lol. I also love that all your recipes call for you to let the grains soak for 15 minutes! I’ve always heard that but never saw a recipe actually call for that. And I’m definitely getting better results that way!

    1. Thank you so much for sharing your experiences, it helps other people realize what can go wrong. But, once you see it go right, it helps so much for future bakes! Thank you for your support!

  5. Hi, I wanted to ask if you have made Sue Becker’s basic yeast bread recipe. If so, how did you come to this recipe and adding milk and butter? Is it simply to add more moisture to the recipe? Also, how long does your bread stay ‘fresh’ and not dried out? I have not tried this recipe yet, but when I make your rolls recipe, they turn out fantastic, but they dry out very quickly. Any tips? Or is it just because we are eating real food and not adding preservatives? Thanks!

    1. Yes, I have made her sandwich loaf bread. It makes a nice sandwich loaf. The recipe for this bread is just enriched a bit differently. We like the flavor and softness added to it. I have several different bread recipes. I also have one that doesn’t have any milk or eggs. If interested in that recipe it is here. https://grainsinsmallplaces.net/how-to-make-bread-without-eggs/

      To answer the storage question- You are correct in thinking preservative free food doesn’t stay fresh as long. However, if I wrap my bread in cling film or a air tight bag it will stay good for about 3-4 days. Of course, the first day it is the softest. If you aren’t going to go through the loaf or even rolls. I find if I let them cool all the way, then put the rest in a freezer safe bag or container the same day they are baked. And, Freeze. Then, when I go to thaw them out, they are soft and fresh. Hope that helps!

  6. 5 stars
    Thank you for sharing this recipe! My loaves turned out perfect! I used hard white and spelt and this bread is so soft and light. My husband ate half the loaf before it was even fully cooled. I’ll try the cinnamon swirl next!

    1. Great question. Just take a small amount of the liquid in the recipe and proof the active dry yeast with it and a pinch of sugar during the first rest of the dough before the kneading begins. Then, after the dough rests to let the fresh milled flour start to absorb the liquids, put in the bloomed yeast, and begin the kneading cycle. Continue the recipe as directed. Hope that helps! 😀

  7. Help! I’m so perplexed. The first time I made this they turned out perfectly! I’ve never had such a successful rise in a bread before. This is my 5th attempt, and while the bread is good it’s just not rising like the first time or as yours are? What am I doing wrong?

    Following all instructions – 25 mins on stir KitchenAid mixer; window pane seems successful, etc. I keep the dough in my oven closed with the light on. It’s just not rising! 🥲

    1. The first thing I would think if not rising is the yeast. So, either the yeast is not as viable as before. (To test, you can put some in a small bowl of warm water with a tiny bit of sugar and let it sit. It should get very foamy after about 10 minutes. If not, I would say get new yeast. The other possibility is that the water going into the mix is too hot, and that could kill the yeast, which would cause it not to rise. I hope that helps!

  8. 5 stars
    I found you on YouTube and really liked how you made using milled flour pretty easy. I would try different recipes and didn’t have success with the kitchen aid but now that I got an Ankarsrum mixer I decided to try and make this bread. It turned out amazing and I realized what I was doing wrong all along in my previous bread making recipes. In my previous recipes the dough didn’t have enough liquid. It wouldn’t be sticky to the touch. Now I know that it has to be quite sticky. Grains in small places, thank you for making amazing recipes and giving so many good tips. 💛

    1. I don’t have a bread maker, but maybe it is something I will look into for the future. But, I have heard others have great success with a bread maker if you do one kneading cycle, then let the dough rest for 15-30 minutes, then do a second kneading cycle and continue as normal from there. I hope that helps!

  9. So this is the first time trying your bread recipe. I have just started milling my own grains. I have not had a successful bread yet. I kneaded the bread for about 33 minutes and still did not get the window pain. My dough felt cool to the touch could my house be to cold? Please help I am getting discouraged very fast

    1. You can do it! Fresh milled flour can be tricky, and there is definitely a learning curve to it. But, once you get it you won’t want to go back! I suggest watching this video about the window pane. Usually the 3 main problems are 1. too much flour 2. not enough kneading or 3. the wrong kind of wheat, or wheat that is not very strong in gluten. But, I find usually it is one of the first two. Here is that video about the window pane. https://youtu.be/G7dWEzCWkgU
      There is also a video for this sandwich bread recipe if you haven’t seen it yet, you can see the texture and consistency of the dough when I am working with it and kneading. I hope these help! Keep trying, you will get it, and you learn something each time you bake! Happy Baking!

  10. Ok so I tried this recipe three times today. First time my husband wanted the flour sifted because he can’t handle the taste. I have used Hard white wheat berries. I do not have Kamut until next week. 2nd try I could not get it to make the window pain test after 35 minutes but I did have to much flour. 3rd time I kneaded again for almost 40 minutes with 1/2 cup less flour and still did not get stretchy. I am using honey because my husband can not have sugar. I’m not sure if I can knead it longer then 38 minutes. Please help Could it be my mixer? I have a Bosch new version

  11. Ok so after watching the video on the window pain I think the third time was to much flour again. I added more flour because the dough was staying on the bottom of the bowl. I will try again tomorrow. We did bake the bread and the flavor was amazing now just need the window pain

  12. Hey Kara
    So I took a deep dive into looking at why I am not getting the window pain after kneading. And after 3 times of trying the bread recipe along with listening to the video on window pain. A light bulb went off and had me research soaking to remove the lectins. I have to soak to remove the out lectins because my husband can not eat them due to the Colon Cancer. But as I soap to remove them I am also removing most of the gluten. So I am going to try and add the Vital gluten back into the milled flour and see what happens next. Your bread recipe is the first one I have tried and my husband actually like. Thank the Lord because I have tried several. I will let you know what happens. Sorry for being a pain.

    1. I am sorry to hear about your hubby, hopefully this will hep him! Yes! that soak really seems to help for sure! Thank you so much, I am so glad to hear he likes it! You are not a pain at all! I love to help people with fresh milled flour!

      1. So do you soak your wheat berries over night? Am I wrong on thinking that soaking them is also taking out the gluten? I am trying to make sure I am doing this right. If you soak how long do you soak for?

        1. I don’t soak my grains overnight. I have some videos that might be helpful showing the method that I teach. Which is to mill the flour, mix everything except the yeast, and let it sit for at least 15 minutes, so the fresh milled flour can soak up the liquids. Then, I add the yeast, and start the kneading process. This video of my Honey Oat bread might be helpful in showing this better. Here is that link. https://youtu.be/KU9GtzBEkB8

  13. Right now mine is rising… It really looks more like one loaf. I followed the recipe exactly, I don’t want to have two really tiny loaves haha

    1. I have a tiny oven, so I have to use the 8×4 bread pans. My recipes for bread are based on the smaller size. Even the 8.5×4.5 pans need a bit more dough, crazy how just that little half inch can affect it. Typically if your pans are a bit larger, most have great success with 1.5 my recipe for bigger loafs. The recipe will still work in the larger pans, but the loafs will be a bit smaller. Hope that helps! Happy Baking!

  14. I love this recipe! I’ve made it twice. I’m measuring out the flour on a scale after milling the berries and I can’t get the window pane even after 40 minutes. I have an anaskarum mixer. Any tips? I’m using hard white and a little spelt. Just not sure why I’m not getting a window pane even though the measurements are the same as yours .

    1. When using the Ankarsrum is the dough all conglomerated into a ball of dough, or is the dough opening up and making a ring around the roller ball while kneading?

  15. 5 stars
    I just wanted to say I’ve really enjoyed your recipes! I’m new to milling and so far all the recipes of yours that I’ve tried have turned out so well! Thank you 🙂

  16. First attempt at making bread without a bread machine and milling my own flour. My loaves don’t have a soft crust. Are they supposed to?