Crusty Home Made Bread
In this video I show you how to make this easy rustic bread recipe for delicious crusty homemade bread that tastes great!
Best of all this is a no knead dough recipe – quick, easy and delicious… the way I like to cook 🙂
This is a simple and tasty vegan bread recipe that I like to make to go with soup or stews… or with some jam for a dessert toasty!
Crusty Home Made Bread
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Anja Cass is a popular vegan cook with a passion for creating healthy plant based recipes that taste amazing!
Having lost over 50 pounds, beating early onset heart disease and having more energy than when she was 20, she is motivated to share her new lifestyle with you. Enjoy her delicious recipes to get you, your family and your friends on the path to healthy living!
What an easy recipe….I will make this for my family :o)
I miss bread, but I can’t find a decent gluten free bread at the supermarket, nor can I find a recipe that doesn’t have a multiple ingredients list that costs and arm and a leg….
Any thoughts Anja on gluten free bread?
Thanks AJ. I am yet to do a gluten free bread recipe… it is on my to do list and I will do a video on this soon 🙂
Thanks Anja, I did try a gluten free packaged mix from my health shop, but it still gave me stomach ache :o(
so I look forward to your video when you get around to doing it!! Much appreciated!!
Leave it with me 🙂
Your recipes are always fantastic. Keep up the good work.
Thanks Barbara. Glad you like them 🙂
Oh heck Anja I think 2 cups of liquid was too much, my dough did rise but turned out as a sloppy mess, it then barely rose on the baking sheet.
Oh dear 🙁 I use metric cups, maybe that makes the difference?? Also, it is very warm where I am so it does rise quite fast.
I am a fond follower (from Norway) of your amazingly delicious and good-looking vegan recipes. I love bread but I am trying to cut off gluten and yeast for few months. So, I wonder if you have any gluten-and-yeast-free bread recipe that tastes great and can easily be made at home (?). Thanks in advance for any good bread recipe that you can recommend. Oh! I just read your comment from March 16, where you mentioned that you are “yet to do a gluten free bread recipe”. Many thanks!!!
Hi Ivana, I’m yet to make it 🙂 Glad you like the recipes 🙂
I am also looking for gluten free breads, cakes and muffins that taste descent. I am so glad that you are looking into a GF bread that would be wonderful to make sandwiches with. Keep up the excellent work!
Hi Anja loved your bread recipe, l added some chopped walnuts turned out great. Also ordered your new cookbook can’t wait to get it. Thank you for making plant based vegan so easy 🙂 x
So glad you like it Karen 🙂 Enjoy the cookbook x
This bread looks delicious! The sound of you cutting the bread really made me want to try it so I will be making it this weekend. If you could share where you found your wood cutting board from I would really appreciate it, it’s really beautiful. Love your recipes thanks for sharing them.
Glad you like the recipe Tamara. The chopping board is from a local arts and craft market.
This is the easiest and quickest bread I’ve ever made (and I’ve made many in my long lifetime). I didn’t think one could make a bread this fast. I make it with all whole wheat and it turns out delicious! Hubby loves it too! Thank you <3
So glad you like it 🙂
I am new at making home made bread. Could you please tell me what wholemeal flour is ? Thanks so much. Love your recipes 😉
I tried this with a popular blend of organic gluten free flour and it was crusty on the outside and very gummy on the inside. The flavor is delicious though. I thought maybe I didn’t cook it long enough or put too much water, but after trying it a second time with adjustments, the same thing happened. Can you tell me how to make recipe this gluten free? (Just a side note – I am sensitive to coconut and corn, so I need something without those ingredients as well.) Thank you so much for your amazing website and videos! Awesome!
I haven’t tried making a gluten free version of this yet. If I get a chance I will have a play around with a recipe 🙂 Have an awesome day!!
I’ve tried this twice now with no luck. I used 2 cups wheat flour and 1 cup all purpose. Also added 2 tbsp of raw sugar. It barely rose at all. I’m in los Angeles and the weather is a bit cold. Could that be the problem?
Did you convert it to imperial using the conversion button on the website? Also, it may be that it is colder where you are and you need to let it rise longer.
We are addicted to this recipe. Just two of us and I make it about twice a week. We like it just plain but may try adding some herbs in it at some point. I let it rise 1 1/2 hours to get a larger loaf and never fails. May even get rid of our bread machine now since this is so easy and healthy with no oil. By the way, our oven has a bread proofing setting which is what I use.
That’s fantastic Ann 🙂 Great to hear x
Not sure if you are still reviewing this recipe – hoping you can tell me if you think it would work using rye flour in place of the whole wheat? Just found you on the internet and have loved watching and reading!
I haven’t tried it with rye flour. If you give it a go, let me know how it turns out 🙂
Can you you use other flours? Chickpea flour or maybe a potato flour?
I used your recipe fot the bread but I added rosemary and green olives. Then instead of pouring it on a cookie sheet I used a loaf pan. It was great.
Tried this a second time did’nt turn out right. need to keep trying
I think it didn’t cook long enough. next time I will not use parchment paper. i make this bread all the time it quick and easy.
could you make this in a loaf pan?
Yes that should work
Could you convert these to USA cups not imperial. Please