Knead the mix until you get a smooth dough. Cover bowl with a clean kitchen towel. Pre-heat oven to 370 degrees F. Let dough rest for 30-60 minutes at room temperature. For better results, 10 minutes after resting, knead dough a second time! Our unique German recipe results in a firmer dough that will not rise much, if at all—and that’s completely normal!
When time is up, take dough out of bowl. Shape dough into a dome, about 6 inches in diameter. Cut a slash (0.5 inch) down the center of the dough. Spread a thin layer of water over the top of the dough. If you wish, you can also add seeds of your choice (e.g., sesame, poppy, etc.) or flour to the top.
Bake at 370 degrees F for 45 minutes. For best results, we recommend placing one cup of water in the oven while baking. After 45 minutes, remove bread from oven and let cool for 10 minutes before slicing. Enjoy with spread of your choice (we like Hummus, Avocado and some fresh squeezed lime juice!).
Bake bread at home without the hassle of following a recipe or gathering ingredients. Just add water!
Just add water to our German bread mix, bake, and enjoy! It’s tasty, nutrient-rich, and free of sugar and preservatives*. You can keep and reuse the bottle!
*“Bread bought in an average store contains a significant amount of preservatives and sugar.”
The following are some ingredients found in an average loaf of bread (so that it can't grow "old"):
Enriched wheat flour, ferrous sulfate, B vitamins, water, high fructose corn syrup or sugar, yeast, dough conditioners, maltodextrin, and calcium propionate (to extend shelf life).
Our bread contains only four ingredients: A proprietary mix of flour, yeast, salt, and seeds. That’s it!
What we do
We make it as easy as possible to bake your own, healthy bread!
We take out the complexity and labor of traditional recipes so you can make healthy, tasty bread at home in just a few steps. Great as a gift, for family dinners, and nutrition-conscious consumers.
Hi, we're Julia and Kristina! Thanks for your interest in Stulle (shtool-luh). We moved from Germany several years ago, and while we love almost everything about California, we really missed the fresh-baked bread back home but aren't blessed with great baking skills. With that in mind, we set out to create our own German bread recipe that is much simpler to bake than traditional recipes! It took months and several recipes before we hit upon the mix today—and to our delight, it’s been a hit with fellow ex-pats who have also been missing German bread. We’re excited to share a piece of our home with you!
*Fun fact: “Stulle” is our local dialect for “bread.”
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