Last Updated on May 19, 2020
Once the cool weather arrives, I’m starting to think about all the hearty recipes I can make for my family to get that “snuggled-down” feeling in their tummies. You know the one I’m talking about, right? Where your whole body just relaxes and you’re able to enjoy comfort food without the feeling of being hungry all the time.
This soy-free bread recipe was created with cold weather in mind! Not only is this bread delicious on its own, but you can also pair it with some amazing homemade meals as well. Some great ideas for dinner could be:
- Instant Pot Vegan Chili
- Instant Pot Spookydle Soup
- Also, this would be perfect to add for the Holidays!
If you’re like me, a nice warm piece of bread with some homemade jams and jellies just might be the perfect afternoon snack, ever. Also, try apple butter , blueberry butter , Pumpkin Butter orMonkey Butter! YUM!
Can you use parchment paper in the Instant Pot?
Yes, you can. When your bread dough has reached a point where it’s starting to get sticky, you can use the parchment paper in the Instant Pot to avoid a mess that can be time-consuming to clean.
Can you use silicone bakeware in an Instant Pot?
While there might not be a list that describes every single type of bakeware that you can use in the Instant Pot, you definitely want to use bakeware that can withstand the heat from an Instant Pot. A good rule of thumb is that you can use ones that are “oven-safe.” Here’s a list of some of our favorite accessories and must-have gifts just to help you out too!
Can I bake in my Instant Pot?
Yes, sort of. That is what this soy-free bread recipe is all about! Your Instant Pot can do a wide variety of things and if not baking, prepping to bake is one of them. In addition to bread, you can prepare all sorts of desserts, too. This Instant Pot Red Velvet Bundt Cake is one of my favorites! Another is my Grandma’s Instant Pot Pound Cake recipe! YUM!
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What happens if you put too much yeast in bread?
Putting yeast in bread is a good thing, but sometimes, you can actually have too much. If you think your bread has too much yeast added, more than likely you’re probably right.
Many people think that if they add in more yeast than the recipe calls for it will cause their bread to rise quicker than normal. And while they might be correct about that, there’s also the chance that their homemade bread will have an overly strong taste of yeast, too.
Adding too much yeast on accident happens, but I wouldn’t recommend doing it on purpose. It really can alter the final taste and flavor of the food.
Are you ready for this delicious Instant Pot Whole Wheat Bread?
Instant Pot/Pressure Cooker No-knead Instant Pot Whole Wheat Bread
Ingredients to make soy-free whole wheat bread
3 cups whole wheat flour
3 tbsp honey
1 ½ cups milk
3 tsp yeast(or 1 package)
2 tsp salt
Instructions to make homemade bread
Add milk and honey to Instant Pot. Sauté for a couple of minutes.
Once the milk reaches the right temperature (see complete recipe below), you will want to add in yeast. Stir and wait till foamy.
You want to add in flour about a cup at a time. Mix until well combined. After the dough is combined, turn on the Yogurt setting. Then allow your bread mixture to sit for an hour.
Preheat your oven to 450F.
Next form dough into a ball. Allow the dough to sit, covered, for 30 minutes
After dough sits, bake in a preheated oven for 30 minutes or until golden brown on top.
Allow to cool, cut and serve!
To get complete instructions, print the recipe out below.
How to serve this Instant Pot Whole Wheat Bread
The great part about baking homemade bread is the plethora of serving options. Slice into thin slices and make a grilled cheese or toast up as a yummy breakfast option.
When it comes to eating your homemade bread, is there really ever a wrong way to make it happen?
How do you keep homemade bread fresh?
It’s no secret that homemade bread is soft and delicious the first day that it’s baked. But what about in the days following when it starts to dry out a bit? If you don’t keep your bread in some sort of sealable container, it’s going to turn hard and dry within a day or two.
If you’re looking for ways that you can keep your soy-free whole wheat bread as fresh as possible, you need to invest in a bread saver or container that you can close the lid to keep the air out.
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Can you make homemade bread without adding yeast?
You can, but it is going to be very, very flat. The whole purpose of adding in yeast to your bread is to give it the chance to raise up and become airy. Leaving out the yeast will change the flavor a bit and also cause your bread to be flat and dense.
You can actually find recipes that do not call for yeast if you’re looking for one.
Let me know what you think about this delicious Instant Pot Whole Wheat bread recipe. You just might find out that your Instant Pot bakes your bread and dessert items as good as your oven does. And it’s no secret that heating up and prepping your Instant Pot takes a lot less effort and time than a giant oven.
If you like this homemade bread recipe, make certain to check out these great recipes, too:
Don’t forget to print the complete recipe out for later!
- 3 cups whole wheat flour
- 3 tbsp honey
- 1 ½ cups milk
- 3 tsp yeast (or 1 package)
- 2 tsp salt
1. Set your Instant Pot to “saute” and pour the milk and honey into the pot. After about two minutes turn the pot off, it will continue to heat up. (You want the milk to be warm to the touch, around 105-110 degrees F. This part is important, if you get the milk too hot it will kill the yeast, so use a thermometer to be sure.)
2. Once the milk has reached the correct temperature add in the yeast. Give the mixture a quick stir and wait 5 minutes to make sure the yeast foams. (If it does not foam after 5 minutes start over, your milk was too hot.)
3. Once the yeast starts foaming, add in the flour one cup at a time and mix until combined. Depending on the humidity where you live you may need to use more or less. You want a loose, somewhat sticky dough. Once the dough is combined, set your Instant Pot to the “yogurt” setting and set for 1 hour. Cover with a lid and allow to rise.
4. After the dough has risen, preheat your oven to 450 degrees F.
5. In a Dutch oven or similar oven-safe pot, place a small sheet of parchment paper and give a quick spritz of nonstick spray. Form the dough into a ball and place on the paper in the Dutch oven and cover with a towel for 30 minutes.
6. Bake in a preheated oven for 30 minutes or until golden brown on top.
7. Allow to cool for 5 minutes before cutting.
Nutrition Information:Yield: 10 Serving Size: 1
Amount Per Serving: Calories: 164Total Fat: 2gSaturated Fat: 1gTrans Fat: 0gUnsaturated Fat: 1gCholesterol: 3mgSodium: 486mgCarbohydrates: 33gFiber: 4gSugar: 5gProtein: 7g