Cold Oven Yeast Einkorn Pepita Bread

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Vegan, 100% wholegrain, no waiting because no kneading or proofing needed and you don't even have to preheat the oven, plus with only 6 ingredients! If you don't have einkorn, then use spelt instead. Goes great with nutella, jam or peanut butter for a hearty and delicious breakfast.

Cold Oven Yeast Einkorn Pepita Bread

adapted from here
  • 250 ml Lukewarm water
  • 21 g Fresh yeast
  • 250 g Wholegrain einkorn flour
  • 1/2 tbsp Coconut sugar
  • 80 g Pepita, chopped
  • 3/4 tsp Sea salt
  1. Place lukewarm water in a mixing bowl. Crumble the fresh yeast into the water and stir until dissolved.
  2. Add in einkorn flour, coconut sugar, chopped pepita, and sea salt. Use a handheld mixer attached with dough hooks to mix the ingredients until well combined and smooth.
  3. Turn the dough into a loaf pan lined with parchment paper and place in the middle of a cold oven. Fill a baking pan with water and place at the bottom of the oven.
  4. Now turn on the oven at 180C/350F and bake for about 50 minutes until the bread looks nicely golden brown. Turn onto a wire rack to cool.

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56 comments:

Jeff 13/4/17 04:48

Really? I've never heard of this bread-making method.Very interesting.

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Balvinder Ubi 13/4/17 05:06

Your spelt bread with pepita looks gorgeous. Not sure how the gluten free bread will rise if kept in a cold oven. It does need some warm temperature.

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Tricia Buice 13/4/17 13:24

What a fascinating recipe Angie. It sounds so incredibly easy too. Love that Nutella spread but would have to try the peanut butter for a hearty, delicious way to start the day! Yum!

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No Spoon Necessary 13/4/17 14:58

You should call this miracle bread, Angie! I mean, no kneading, no proofing AND no pre-heating the oven?! And the result is this fabulous bread?! That is DEFINITELY a miracle! :) Looks amazing, as always, friend! Love the pepitas here!! Cheers!

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Muna Kenny 13/4/17 16:36

Thanks for this recipe Angie, what a time saver and looks delicious. I am a little surprised by not proofing but I trust you :)

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Evelyne CulturEatz 13/4/17 17:23

What an unusual bread, never saw a col oven bread recipe before. But looks absolutely delicious!

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Nancy Chan 13/4/17 17:31

Looks great and yummy! Now I am thinking of a hot cup of tea with the bread spread with nutella!

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Pam 13/4/17 18:31

I love pepitas! I bet this bread has such a terrific flavor and texture. Yum!

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Juliana 13/4/17 19:47

That is amazing Angie...no proofing and cold oven...the crumb looks great!
I hope you are having a nice week :)

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Cheri Savory Spoon 13/4/17 19:52

Wow! this sounds like my kind of bread with all the wonderful ingredients and no kneading or proofing. Looks delicious!

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Evolve With Mary 13/4/17 21:20

Cold oven? No Yeast? Now you are talking Angie, this is can defiantly make. I love that it’s 100% whole grain. :)

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Kitchen Riffs 13/4/17 23:38

Wow, what a neat recipe! Never heard of this method before, but we like baking bread, so have to try it. Thanks!

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The Yum List 14/4/17 04:04

Ooh Angie, my mouth is watering imaging a slice with my morning coffee.

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Dawn Yucuis 14/4/17 04:41

This sounds wonderful. I love yeast breads and I love the fact that is no knead and so quick.

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Rosita Vargas 14/4/17 05:05

Se ve muy delicioso un gran pan,quiero probar,abrazos.

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SavoringTime in the Kitchen 14/4/17 15:58

You find the most interesting bread recipes, Angie! I'd love a warm slice!

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Susan 14/4/17 17:10

Your bread recipes always have me drooling! Thank you for introducing me to so many new ingredients, XOXO

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Emma @ Bake Then Eat 14/4/17 17:33

Oh my those slices look amazing :D what a beautiful bread Angie.

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Nammi 14/4/17 17:41

wow I like the look of that bread yumm

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Amy (Savory Moments) 14/4/17 17:46

What a unique recipe, Angie! It sounds delicious!

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Barbara 14/4/17 19:36

Interesting bread recipe, Angie. It's a new one for me. I'd love some peanut butter on that warm slice!

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natalia20041989 15/4/17 14:36

Oh yum, love homemade bread☺

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Adina 15/4/17 20:12

I make this bread at least once every two weeks, I used to make it even more often, but I usually use whole wheat or whole spelt and various seeds. It is delicious and so easy to make, one of my favorite breads.

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Monica 16/4/17 04:15

Love a hearty bread...very tempting with that Nutella!

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Harriet Emily 16/4/17 12:39

This bread looks so perfect Angie! I love the addition of coconut sugar to make it. That's such a great idea. I will definitely be trying this asap!

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Pam 16/4/17 16:43

This is a different sort of recipe, Angie, and it sounds great! Sounds good and easy to make. Take care

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fimère .b 16/4/17 19:50

il est superbe et absolument délicieux bravo
bonne soirée

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Catherine 16/4/17 22:08

Dear Angie, Looks wonderful for breakfast with a good cup of coffee.
Have a beautiful and blessed Easter. xo Catherine

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Beth 17/4/17 12:52

What a gorgeous loaf of bread! With no kneading or rising, this one's definitely worth a try.

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gloriadelpilar_1994@yahoo.com 17/4/17 15:07

I always say this but I love all yours breads Angie, you are an amazing baker ♡♡♡
I have to bake more bread (love it)

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Big Rigs 'n Lil' Cookies 17/4/17 15:10

I've always wanted to try using fresh yeast, but have been intimidated by it. I think I need to step up my game and try your recipe!

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Eva Taylor 17/4/17 16:13

This is what North Americans refer to as a quick bread, as it is not leavened by yeast. It looks super moist and delicious, particularly with the Nutella. As FYI, I am still unable to comment with Chrome.

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carolina g. ticala 17/4/17 16:30

Interesting post! Happy Easter! 🐇🐣🐇🐣🐇🐣🐇🐣

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GiGi Eats Celebrities 17/4/17 18:46

Another loaf just continuing to INSPIRE ME to try my hand at baking bread!!

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lisa is cooking 17/4/17 22:54

What an interesting technique! The warming oven must make the bread rise nicely. Looks delicious with nutella!

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norma chang 18/4/17 00:28

Very interesting bread making method, need to give this a try.

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Anne@ASaladForAllSeasons 18/4/17 00:32

I LOVE your breads, Angie! And this one looks exceptional! No kneading, proofing or preheating! That's my kind of bread! :)

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Jeanette | Jeanette's Healthy Living 18/4/17 04:28

So interesting Angie - I would never think to put bread in a cold oven and start baking. Looks wonderful!

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Cook With Manali 18/4/17 09:18

looks like a bread I would enjoy with my morning coffee! yum!

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Alida 18/4/17 13:48

Your bakings are interesting. I still have not found Einkorn but I will look for it! Great recipe.

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Shashi at SavorySpin 18/4/17 15:14

I have so gotta try this! I so love that no kneading or proofing is needed - yet this loaf turns out so perfectly!

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Shashi 18/4/17 15:15

I have so gotta try this! I so love that no kneading or proofing is needed - yet this loaf turns out so perfectly!

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Hema 18/4/17 19:24

Bread looks awesome, pepita is pumpkin seeds right..

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Evi @ greenevi 18/4/17 19:33

I need to make this, looks awesome!

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Vicki Bensinger 19/4/17 02:07

How do you keep so skinny with all the loaves of bread you make? I could never do that but this sure sounds good!

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Reeni Pisano 19/4/17 02:20

So easy and so delicious looking! I love pepitas in bread! They add a lovely crunch.

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Sharon D 19/4/17 07:18

This is the stuff of heaven, Angie. You are amazing at breadmaking! ^.^

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Kelly 19/4/17 11:41

You make the prettiest and most creative breads! So cool that there is no kneading or proofing required! And yay that it's only 6 ingredients too! :)

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grace 19/4/17 17:58

so few ingredients but so much nutrition and flavor! what a fantastic loaf. :)

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Sharmila- The Happie Friends Potpourri corner 20/4/17 08:41

Lovely bread..With minimal ingredients it looks awesome!! Love coconut sugar!!

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Nava K 20/4/17 11:34

Oh Yum. Can I be your neighbour Angie? I didn't cake bake as great as you. But I sure would love to tuck into this bread.

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Anu - My Ginger Garlic Kitchen 21/4/17 20:30

Angie, your vegan breads are always so delicious and fun and this wholegrain bread is no exception. Love how beautiful and mouth watering that loaf looks.

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Amelia 23/4/17 16:44

Hi Angie, this bread look good. All your recipes are very unique and interesting. Thanks for sharing.

Best regards
Amelia

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mjskit 25/4/17 04:16

I've always wondered how yeast bread would turn out if you placed it in a cold oven to bake. Now I know. Will be trying this sometime this week. I have spelt so glad to see that works. Thanks for this inspiration Angie!

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noobcook 27/4/17 03:04

Sounds like a great way of baking :O

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Mindy Boyd 2/5/17 08:39

I wish I had some of this bread right now, it looks so delicious!

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