No Yeast Spelt Bread

I had been looking around everywhere for a bread that would rise nicely and not be to heavily dense, healthy, would be prefect for sandwiches and that didn’t taste of yeast!! I tried alot…alot of recipes and either one was to dense or the other was too yeasty.  I’m sure that there are more economical ways to make bread but we alternate and make our own tortilla wraps for lunches and baps too, so for us this works well and we have decided its the winner!! woo!

This is the most simple bread recipe ever! its basically spelt flour, bicarbonate of soda, honey and milk, in my next batch i am going to try it with almond milk, almond milk makes the best brownies 😀

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So heres the recipe…


4 cups Spelt Flour

1heaped tsp Bicarbonate of Soda

2 Cups plus 2 TBS of Milk/almond/coconut

1 TBS Raw Honey

1/4 Cup Sesame Seeds (optional)


Heat oven to 175 degrees C and grease a 1lb loaf tin

Measure flour and B.O.S in a bowl and combine

Add milk and honey and mix until fully combined

Mix on Sesame seeds or any other seeds you like if you are using

Pour mixture into your greased bread tin and cover with another bread tin turned upside down or some tin foil moulded around your bread tin and placed on top

Bake in the center of the oven for 1 hour 10 mins remove tin or foil for the last 10 mins

Turn out onto a cooling rack and leave until cooled.

Then enjoy 🙂

UPDATE: Just tried this with Almond milk and its so so good!! Plus I now use raw honey as it’s so much better for you. I’ve also been using half spelt and half wholemeal flour.


10 thoughts on “No Yeast Spelt Bread

    1. I love spelt! i tried it with different flours halving it with spelt but they never turned out as good as this. 🙂 enjoy!

  1. You really encouraged me to try this out… I generally avoid baking bread, as so far it has never tasted fantastic… But it seems really simple… I guess I can’t go wrong this time! 🙂

  2. I like you recipe with the bread. I have made bread from scratch using yeast, but I have not tried it without. Great idea will be a summer project for me and the kids.

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