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Oklahoma's Best Breads

Each year Oklahoma's wheat producers and the Oklahoma Wheat Commission sponsor the Oklahoma "Best of Wheat" (formerly Wheatheart) Bread Baking Contest held at the Oklahoma State Fair. From this event's more than 100 entries from counties all across the state we have collected a great sampling of Oklahoma's Best Breads.

We hope you will use these recipes in your own kitchen as you savor the aroma and discover the fun of baking fresh bread. Additionally, on this page you will find Mark's Bread recipe, which is the dough used for the cinnamon rolls and bread that the Oklahoma Wheat Commission has become famous for.
Happy Baking!
Announcing the newest edition of the Oklahoma’s Best Breads cookbook! To request the collection of winners from the 2012 State Wheatheart Bread Baking Contest, contact the Oklahoma Wheat Commission office at (405) 608-4350, e-mail us at okwheat@wheat.ok.gov, or CLICK HERE for an electronic version. We hope you enjoy this years edition as much as you have in the past!
 

2013 "Best of Wheat" (formerly Wheatheart) Bread Baking County Contest Rules
2013 "Best of Wheat" (formerly Wheatheart) Bread Baking State Contest Rules

With the help of our friends in Nebraska, we now have our famous bread and cinnamon roll recipe broken down into a smaller portion, so Here you go!

 

Mark's Whole-Grain Wheat Bread

6 lbs. White flour
5 lbs. Whole-wheat flour
3 c. brown sugar
5 c. powdered milk
4 Tbsp. salt
3 Tbsp. yeast

Mix dry ingredients together in mixer.
 

In a separate bowl mix together the following:

5 c. warm water
½ c. brown sugar
½ c. yeast

Let stand until yeast begins to work. Add to dry ingredients in mixer. Mix about 30 seconds. Add the following:

2 c. oil
¾ c. molasses
5 c. warm water

Adjust water to achieve dough consistency. Allow dough to double in size and punch down.
Divide dough into 1½ lb. loaves. Bake at 330 for 26 min. Yields 14 loaves.

Oklahoma Wheat Commission * 3800 N. Classen Blvd., Suite C40, Oklahoma City, OK 73118
Office: (405) 608-4350 * Fax: (405) 848-0372* Email: okwheat@wheat.ok.gov