Dakota Maid Multigrain Bread Machine Mix

(1 customer review)

$12.00

  • Made from 100% Spring Wheat
  • Beautiful loaf size and flavor
  • Contains no bleach or bromate
  • Easy to Use – no mixing, measuring or fussing with extra ingredients
  • Yeast packet included (only water & butter are needed)
  • Works in all standard bread machines
  • Contains less than 1 gram of fat per serving
  • No cholesterol
  • Non-GMO
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Multigrain Bread Machine Mix is great tasting wholesome bread that adds a twist to North Dakota Mill's line of bread mixes. Several grains and flours are blended together to make up Multigrain bread mix. The ingredients include Soy Flour, Wheat Cuts, Oat Bran, Rolled Oats, Rye Flour, Barley Flour and Flax Meal that are combined to create a flavorful loaf of bread.

Bread making the easy way!
With three easy steps.

  1. Pour mix into machine.
  2. Add water (butter or margarine optional).
  3. Open yeast packet, add; start machine!

Available in a case of 4 boxes - makes 8 loafs at 1.5 pounds each.

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Multigrain Bread Machine Mix

Case (4 Boxes)

1 review for Dakota Maid Multigrain Bread Machine Mix

  1. John O’Leary

    This is a terrific product which makes consistently great bread. To top it off, the price if very competitive. If you’d like to jazz it up a little, add a a few tbs dark molasses and an equal amount of dark brown sugar, a teaspoon of anise seed and a tsp of fennel seeds. Or for another variation, I also sometimes add some maple syrup to taste and some chopped pecans or sun seeds but be sure to use real maple syrup, not the corn syrup stuff. This bread mix is great right out of the box though. I add TWO tbs of instead of one. My only complaint is that its hard to find in the grocery stores so I order it on line. Sadly, the mixes are often out of stock on the Mill’s web site so be patient. Shipping is not very expensive and worth the modest cost. If you haven’t tried the white bread mix, give it a shot. I know white bread sounds boring but this white bread has a real “home made” tease and texture. For a little richer white bread, try substituting 3/4 C condensed milk for 3/4 cup water . You won’t regret it.
    Here’s a suggestion for the NDSM. I’m surely not the only one who’s modifying your product. Have you thought about posting customer recipes or maybe putting together a bread cookbook?

    • Becky Boman (verified owner)

      Hi John, we appreciate feedback on our products. It has been considered to do such things and we are continuing to bring up some innovative ideas for consumers to share their ideas and opinions’ on a blog.

      Thank you again!

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