Farmhouse Honey Wheat Bread from The Prepared Pantry
My Full Review and Amended Recipe

On October 19, 2020, I made my very first order from The Prepared Pantry, a company based in Idaho that sells bread mixes, pancake mixes, syrups “hard to find” kitchen and baking tools, food colored gel, and many other products. The week prior to making this order, I had researched their website and determined that they were a company that this blog would be compatible with them. Then I sifted through their products to put together a small but relevant order.

In this blog post, I am including a review of the bread mix, an amended version of the recipe, a step-by-step through instructions and images, and the recipe itself. You can Jump to Recipe anytime if you wish.

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My Review of Farmhouse Honey Wheat Bread

The very first bread I decided to order was their Their Bread of the Week since that was discounted by 36%. What I looked forward to most about trying out their bread mixes is that they are for bread machines or the oven. That week, the Farmhouse Honey Wheat Bread Mix was $2.99 and is normally priced at $4.69.

Other items in this Order

For a full review of my first order, click here.

My ultimate recommendation and review of this bread mix: this bread is sweet, chewy in the best way, and we greatly enjoyed it the first night. Though Kyler admits he prefers my own recipes…I can’t complaint about that compliment! 🥰⁣ One of the details that I was disappointed about is that it seemed to be a bread meant to be eaten within 2 days. It is likely better for a bigger family who would eat it all within that time frame. Compared to some grocery store prices of bread, I would not say that it is far off from the usual cost.

Farmhouse Honey Wheat Bread Mix

My Farmhouse Honey Wheat Bread Recipe

Ingredients  

Instructions

  • Combine warm water (110 degrees) with yeast packet in kitchen mixer bowl. Empty contents of bread mix into your kitchen mixer
  • Use dough hook to slowly stir contents together until consistent- this happens quickly since all the ingredients are in a bread mix. I use the 4-6 speed mode on my kitchen mixer. Optional step: empty contents into a mixing bowl before adding it to your kitchen mixer bowl, and use a whisk to break up the mix.
  • Once everything is mixed, increase speed to 4 or 6 until it becomes a ball. You will likely need to add flour to the mixer bowl. 1/4 cup (or less) at a time to keep the dough from sticking to the sides of the bowl
Dough ball for Farmhouse Honey Wheat Bread
  • Knead the dough at 6 speed for 2 minutes or until the dough becomes elastic and a little bit sticky. You may need to lower the bowl and reposition the dough a time or two. Knead again for 2 minutes.
  • Drop dough onto a floured surface and work into a ball- dough is a little bit sticky and using floured hands helps.
  • Rest for 1 hour in a lightly oiled bowl, covered with a towel
  • Once bread is risen, form into a pan sized loaf and place in a 5 x 9 bread pan.
Loaf of Farmhouse Honey Wheat Bread
  • Pull dough from the center of the pan towards the corners of the pan
  • Preheat to 350 degrees
  • Cover and let rise for 45-60 minutes
  • Bake for 30 minutes or until interior is at least 190 degrees
Honey Wheat Bread mix

Farmhouse Honey Wheat Bread

The Prepared Pantry & Kat Johnson
Farmhouse Honey Wheat Bread is made from a bread mix from The Prepared Pantry. It's sweet, chewy in the best way, and my husband and I loved it! This recipe is an ammended version of the directions from the bag.
Prep Time 30 mins
Cook Time 30 mins
Rising Time 1 hr
Total Time 2 hrs
Course Bread
Cuisine American
Servings 15 servings

Equipment

  • Kitchen mixer
  • Thermometer
  • 2-Cup Liquid measuring cup
  • 5 x 9 bread pan

Ingredients
  

  • 1 cup of flour set to the side
  • 1 Farmhouse Honey Wheat Bread Mix from The Prepared Pantry
  • 1 1/2 cups of water heated to 110 degrees
  • Yeast packet included with the bread mix

Instructions
 

  • Combine warm water (110 degrees) with yeast packet in kitchen mixer bowl
  • Empty contents of bread mix into your kitchen mixer bowl
  • Use dough hook to slowly stir contents together until consistent- this happens quickly since all the ingredients are in a bread mix and also prepared for a bread machine. I use the STIR mode on my kitchen mixer. Optional step: empty contents into a mixing bowl before adding it to your kitchen mixer, and use a whisk to break up the mix.
  • Once everything is mixed, increase speed to 4 or 6 until it becomes a ball. You will likely need to add flour to the mixer bowl. 1/4 cup (or less) at a time to keep the dough from sticking to the sides of the bowl
  • Knead the dough at 6 for 2 minutes or until the dough becomes elastic and a little bit sticky. You may need to lower the bowl and reposition the dough.
  • Knead again for 2 minutes
  • Drop dough onto a floured surface and work into a ball- dough is a little bit sticky and using floured hands helps
  • Rest for 1 hour in a lightly oiled bowl, covered with a towel
  • Once bread is risen, form into a pan sized loaf and place in a 5 x 9 bread pan
  • Pull dough from the center of the pan towards the corners of the pan.
  • Cover and let rise while oven is preheating to 350 degrees
  • Bake for 30 minutes or until interior is at least 190 degrees

Notes

*or something slightly larger but still rectangular
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