Do you love the smell of fresh bread?
I do, but as I`m not a big baker I like making a large batch and freeze it down.

This is an easy recipe. If I can do it, so can you!


This recipe is for an oven baking-pan
* 500g spelt flour
* 270g wheat flour
* 230g oats
* 1.5tsp salt
* 14g dry yeast
* 6.5dl luke warm water


Mix the dry ingredients together in a baking bowl. Add the water and blend everything well.
The dough might be a little sticky. That`s ok.

Place a kitchen-towel over the bowl and let it rest for an hour.
I usually place the bowl in the oven where it`s dark and tend to be a tad bit warmer. Of course I don´t turn the oven on.

When the hour is up, sprinkle a handful of flour on the kitchen top or a table and have the dough out on it.
Knead it lightly together.

Lay a parchment paper on the table and place the dough up on it.
With a rollingpin roll out the dough to fit the size of the paper.
Gently move the parchmentpaper with the dough onto an equal sized baking pan.

Again place a kitchen towel over the dough and let it rest for another 30 minutes.

Preheat the oven to 210°c, fan (Umluft).

When the dough has rested for the second time, use a knife to divide it into squares. I usually cut it into 16 pieces, but you can decide how big you want them. There are no rules here.
Dip the blade of the knife in warm water if it sticks too much to the dough.

Place the baking pan in the oven and let it bake for about 30 minutes on lowest rack.


Ready baked they are easy to pull apart as you`ve already divided them.
They keep for a couple of days and are great to freeze.

I sprinkled some chia seeds on this batch, but they are also tasty without.


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