Frugal Homemade Bread Recipe {Dairy Free, Egg Free}

This is such a great frugal homemade bread recipe. Because you don’t need eggs or milk to make it. And the loves turn out lights and fluffy. This is our go-to recipe when making fresh bread at home.

Mmm, bread, homemade bread. I just love the smell of homemade bread baking. I used to make brea din our bread maker at least 3 times a week. It was great having homemade bread on hand. But then my bread machine died.

I thought about purchasing a new one right away. But I decided to give making bread by hand a try, after all, that’s how I used to make bread before I purchased the bread machine.

Fresh Homemade Frugal Bread Recipe No milk No eggs

I call this recipe a frugal recipe because it doesn’t take many ingredients and it’s inexpensive to make. it’s just $.44 a loaf.

Homemade bread recipe cooling on rack

Ingredients Needed to Make Homemade Bread without Milk or Eggs

Ingredients for Homemade Bread

You’ll only need 5 ingredients to make this delicious homemade bread with no milk and eggs. Well, I guess it’s actually 6 if you count the water too.

What you’ll need to make this homemade bread recipe…

2 cup Water, make sure it warm but not too hot

1 tablespoon of Yeast

3 tablespoons of Sugar, You can use Honey if you like

2 tablespoons of Oil, canola, olive, melted coconut oil

1 teaspoon salt

6-7 cups Flour, I use all-purpose unbleached flour

This recipe is fairly easy to make and I can make two loaves in the time it took my bread machine to make one.

Making bread by hand does take a little more hands-on time but most of the time is waiting for the bread to rise.

But if you’re in a hurry, try this bread recipe that is also dairy free and egg free this is a super quick no knead bread recipe for homemade bread. Make it in just an hour from start to finish.

When I am baking bread I usually start the bread in the morning, mixing up the dough and adding it to the oven to rise.

Then we do some of our homeschool lessons. After about an hour I come back and punch the dough down, shape it and place it in the loaf pans.

After that small task, I have another half hour or so before I need to do anything again.

Making fitting baking bread into your day, easy.

And here’s a video to show you each step of this homemade bread recipe. 

How to Make Homemade Bread with No Milk, No Eggs (Video Tutorial)

If watching a video isn’t for you, I understand scroll down for the written instructions and bread making tips too.

Step by Step Instructions for Making Homemade Bread

1. Heat water to 120 degrees. Stir in yeast and let sit for 5 minutes too proof.

2. Mix 2 cups of flour, sugar, and salt in a large bowl. Stir to mix.

3. Add vegetable oil and yeast mixture to flour mixture. Beat with a mixer for 2 minutes.

Mixing step and kneading step for homemade bread

4. Add 1 cup of flour at a time to the dough and mix with a spoon.

5. Keep adding flour and stirring until dough becomes too thick to stir.

6. Once the dough is too thick to stir, use your hands to mix in flour to make a soft but not sticky dough.

7. Turn the dough out onto a floured surface. Knead for about 8-10 minutes or until dough is smooth. The dough shouldn’t be sticky or dry. 

8. Place in the dough into a greased bowl, let rise for about an hour or until doubled in size in a warm place.

9. Punch down dough and cut in half. Shape each half into a loaf. Place into a greased loaf pan.

bread rising in loaf pans almost ready to bake

10. Let rise in loaf pans in a warm area for 30 minutes or until doubled in size.

11. Bake in a 350-degree oven for 30-35 minutes or until golden brown. When tapped on the loaf should sound hollow.

12. Let sit in loaf pan about 3-5 minutes. Then remove from pan and let cool on a wire rack.

Two Loaves of Dairy Free Egg Free Bread

Once the dough has risen enough in the loaf pans, turn the oven on and the great aroma of baking bread starts in just a short amount of time. Yum!

So, if you don’t have a recipe and want to give bread baking a try, you’ll want to use this recipe. But be forewarned, your family may not want to go back to store-bought bread. 🙂

Easy to Slice Homemade Bread

A few bread baking tips,

  • Make sure the water is warm and not hot. It should feel warm to the touch to be just right.
  • Mix in as much flour as you can with a spoon and then mix as much as you can with your hands.
  • The dough should be tacky but shouldn’t stick to your hands if it’s too sticky add more flour.
  • The amount of flour needed can change with the weather, more humid or wet weather, you will need more flour.
  • To test to see if the loaf is done baking tap the to if it sounds hollow it is done.
Wonderful Bread recipe

This recipe is great since it doesn’t use any eggs. It also doesn’t call for milk so it’s dairy-free too. And a great recipe to make when you are low on milk and eggs but need bread.

If you prefer whole wheat you could try substituting half of the all-purpose flour for whole wheat and using brown sugar instead of white sugar in the recipe.

Get the Printable Recipe…

Easy to Slice Homemade Bread

Frugal Homemade Bread

4.2 from 30 votes
Prep Time 1 hr 30 mins
Cook Time 30 mins
Total Time 2 hrs
Course Bread
Cuisine American
Servings 2 loaves
Calories 150 kcal


  • 2 cups Warm Water
  • 1 tablespoon Yeast
  • 3 tablespoons Sugar
  • 2 tablespoons Oil canola, olive, or coconut melted
  • 1 teaspoon Salt
  • 7 cups Flour


  • Add the yeast to the warm water and stir to dissolve.
  • In a large mixing bowl add the sugar, oil, salt and 2 cups of flour.
  • Mix in the yeast mixture with the flour mixture. And stir or mix with a mixer for a couple of minutes.
  • Gradually add in more flour 1 cup at a time.
  • Stir after each addition of flour until it's too thick to stir then, turn out onto a floured surface to knead in more flour until it's not sticky. Add 1/4 cup to 1/2 cup at a time.
  • Knead the dough on a floured surface for about 8-10 minutes, until the dough becomes elastic and smooth.
  • Place the dough in an oiled bowl and let rise in a warm place for about an hour.
  • Punch down the dough and shape into loaves. Place the dough in greased loaf pans. Let rise until double about 30 minutes.
  • Bake at 350 degrees for about 30 to 35 minutes.
  • Remove the bread from loaf pans and cool on a wire rack.


Serving: 1sliceCalories: 150kcal
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This post was originally published on November 13th 2013 but has been updated with a new video and photos.

142 thoughts on “Frugal Homemade Bread Recipe {Dairy Free, Egg Free}”

      1. Love love love this recipe!! Very easy and affordable to make. Will try freezing a loaf next. Thank you so much.

        1. Faith, I’m so glad you liked the recipe. I always make 4 loaves at a time and freeze them for later. Be sure to fully cool the loaf before placing it in the bag to freeze.

  1. If I wanted to use this recipe in a bread machine, are the directions any different? Also you just say yeast, is it dry active yeast or instant dry yeast? Sorry I’m new to bread making!

    1. Trishia,
      If you want to make this bread in your bread machine try this,

      1 cup water
      3 cups Flour
      1 tablespoon Oil
      2 tablespoons Sugar
      1 teaspoon Salt
      2 1/2 teaspoons Yeast I use instant Yeast, I had to look at the package to see 🙂

      Place the ingredients in the order listed in your bread machine manual and it should work well. The first batch you might need a little more flour or a little more water. Just check the dough in the machine as it starts to mix to see if it’s too dry, too wet or just right. Hope this helps! Let me know if you have any more question. Happy Baking!

      1. i just tried this bread machine recipe, and it was amazing!!!!! So much better than when I tried to make it myself! I freaking love my bread machine that I bought for 10$ used! Best buy ever! Now here’s the rea question is there a toaster the size of bread machine bread lol

        1. Paulina, I don’t think the recipe will work without yeast. I’d wait until you have yeast and then give it a try. I’m afraid the bread would turn out hard and not rise well without yeast.

      2. I’m 72 years old and made bread for years now but became disabled about 3 1/2 years ago and was unable to make bread by hand.
        I had an old bread maker given to me so I thought I would try out your Bread Machine Recipe. I didn’t have fast acting yeast so I used regular yeast and it worked out just fine. And it is so easy. Virtually no prep.
        When I made the loaf … I cut off the end and put peanut butter on it while it was still warm.
        It made my day and you made my day … Thank you so much.

        1. Br. John, I’m so glad you found the recipe and enjoyed it. You made my day by leaving this message. I so appreciate you taking the time to let me know.

    1. Michelle, I’ve not tried it with other flours before. But if you have a flour or a flour combination that replaces wheat flour it should work. There might be a little difference in the texture though.

    1. Michelle, You can cut the recipe in half. But you might make the whole recipe. Then when it comes time to shape the bread dough into loaves. Place one in your pan and the other shaped loaf in the freezer. Wrap it in plastic or place in a freezer bag. Then when you are ready to make another loaf of bread just grab the frozen loaf and place it in the pan to thaw and rise. Once risen, bake as usual. Hope this helps!

  2. Hello! I am so excited to make this recipe! Can you tell me what kind of flour to use? All purpose, bread flour, etc? Thanks so much!

      1. Whoops, I completely overlooked that in your recipe. Thanks for the response! I have never made any kind of bread before, so I was nervous to try. I have to say, I am so pleased with how easy this recipe was. It is also delicious! I plan to make a few batches today and freeze them for fresh bread later.

    1. Regarding making bread with what type of flour to use. I’ve made bread with all purpose or AP flour. Have used bread flour as well. The recipes I use usually require milk. Was thinking of purchasing a bread machine but don’t know which one to buy. Some of the reviews are very negative regarding bread machines.

      1. Caroline, I had a bread machine I loved it was a Welbuilt but I don’t think they make them anymore. I tried a different brand, can’t remember which one, it died pretty quickly and at that point I gave up on purchasing bread machines and started making bread by hand 4-5 loaves at a time.

        If I were to purchase a new one it would be this one, a Zojirushi (my amazon affiliate link) It seems to have the best reviews but it a little spendy. Maybe someone else can share which bread machine they like the best. ~Shelly

    1. Ghazal, I usually put the ice cubes in while rising. A few with the first rising and a few more during the second rising. Then when baking I don’t add more since there is usually some water left in the oven from the ice cubes melting. I hope that helps.

  3. Since I dont have an oven can this be steamed. Also Since its my first time to make bread I would like to try 1 loaf so can u please tell me how much flour etc. also can I make it with wheat flour. Tks.

    1. Nancy,

      To make one loaf I would use,

      1 cup Warm Water
      1/2 Tablespoon Yeast
      1 1/2 Tablespoons Sugar
      1 Tablespoon Oil
      1/2 teaspoon Salt
      3-4 cups Flour

      Since you will be using whole wheat flour be sure to knead the dough until it is smooth and satiny. About 10-15 minutes. As far as baking goes, I’m not sure if steaming would work. I’ve baked mine on our wood fired grilled before but I’ve never tried to steam it.

    1. Christie, I’ve only tried this recipe with wheat flour. But if you have a flour or a flour blend that works well in recipes in place of wheat flour it should work. But the texture might be different. Sorry I can’t help more. 🙁

  4. Hi there! How long does it take to thaw the frozen loaf? Do I thaw it on the counter or in the microwave?
    My son have just been diagnosed with dairy and egg allergies and I am so happy that I found your recipe! I’ve seen the video tutorial as well and can’t wait to try making it myself!
    It will be the very 1st time I’m trying to make my own bread so fingers crossed!

    1. Veronica, I usually take the loaf out of the freezer the night before and let it thaw in my cupboard overnight. But when I’ve forgotten to thaw a loaf, I will microwave it on half power for a minute or two until it’s thawed enough at the end to slice off a piece or two. But it works best to thaw overnight. I hope your first loaf turns out great!

      1. Thanks a lot for your prompt reply!
        I will post again to let you know how my 1st attempt turned out! It might help out other first-timers reading your blog 🙂

        1. So I’ve tried making this yesterday night, and it was wonderful! It’s moist and soft and oh so good! I still can’t believe that I have made a bread with my own 2 hands!
          I do have a question though, the bread tastes yeasty to us. I used 1 tbsp of instant dry yeast. The instructions on the packet says that I shouldn’t dissolve it in water prior to using. Is that why the bread tastes yeasty? Can I substitute the yeast with baking soda or should I not dissolve the yeast like the instructions said?
          By the way, thank you thank you thank you for sharing this recipe and making the tutorial video! Cheers!!

          1. Veronica, I just want to say, Way to Go! I love it when I get feedback from readers that something I have shared really helped them. 🙂

            For the yeast, I use Dry Active Yeast. If you are using the Instant Yeast, you might want to try just one packet next time because I’m not sure if the instant yeast is more concentrated. I haven’t used it before.

            The next time you make the bread, try adding in 1 packet of yeast instead of a tablespoon of yeast. That should cut down on the yeast flavor. I would also add the instant yeast to the dry ingredients or as it says on the directions.

            For using baking soda, The recipe wouldn’t work with baking soda, I don’t think it would rise at all or not much, because the yeast is what makes the bread rise. So I would avoid using that.

            I hope this helps you. Let me know if you have any others question I can answer.

    2. I’ve actually “thawed” this on top of the stove while it was heating for only like 20 minutes and then baked it for a little bit longer than normal and it was still fine. It’s a very forgiving recipe

  5. I’m new to dairy free…experimenting to try and alleviate some nasty symptoms. Seems to be working…feel great. I guess that’s a mixed blessing, but I’m going to do more research on the whole thing as I go along. I’ve tried this recipe a few times. The first few times, it was fine. I wish it had more flavor, but I’m also used to more hearty, flavorful breads … my favorite is oatmeal. I can’t taste much yeast flavor, but it has come out good (almost) every time I’ve made it. The last time was a huge fail….2 large hockey pucks on the sideboard as I type. I think I killed my yeast. I knew better. Anyway, my question/comment: Does anybody ever make this and end up using all 7 cups of flour? I have never gotten even close….with the most being 5-1/2 cups. I use King Arthur Unbleached White.

    1. I know I use the full amount of flour most of the time, but the area I live in is humid. If it’s less humid, I’ll use less flour. I use unbleached white flour, but I’ve not used King Arthur before. I hope that helps.

    2. I’ve just made this and ended up using only about 5 cups as well. I live in Oklahoma and we have what they call a “dry” heat, so basically no moisture in the air ever. Hope that helps

  6. Hi There,

    Could you tell me what size loaf pans you use and does it matter what kind of yeast? I have active dry on hand. I’ve been put on an elimination diet while breastfeeding. I’m having a hard time finding any bread that is soy, milk, and dairy free so I’m anxious to try this recipe.

    Thanks, Michelle

    1. Hi Michelle,

      The yeast you have on hand is the same I use, active dry yeast. For the pans, I use my 8.5 by 4.5 loaf pans. I know it can be hard to find bread that is soy, milk and dairy free. Most store bought bread contain at least one of those ingredients. Let me know if you have any more questions.

  7. Hi there!
    I am in hot Jamaica and my husband and I made homemade bread a few days ago for the first time using this recipe. It was deeeelicious. I still can’t believe how easy it was to do and how soft and lovely it came out. Wish I could show you the pics. So guess what??? I am about to make some more. Can hardly wait.

  8. I am a first timer without a bread machine. I made this and it turned out like bricks! Oh no! What did I do wrong? I, too, couldn’t add all the flour…I tried though. Did I make it too dry?

    1. Bethany, It might have been too much flour or the yeast might not have been good. How hot was your water? Just warm to the touch or really warm that you added the yeast to? If the water was too hot, the yeast might have been killed which would make for a heavy brick like bread. Did you dough rise alright for you?

      When kneading the dough was the dough flaky and dry? If it was too dry that could be the problem too.

      I’m sorry this didn’t turn out for you did you watch the video tutorial?

      1. The water was just warm, but I went back and looked at the package and it said “best if used by January 2015”.
        When I was kneading the dough it was very dry and flakey. I knew I was adding too much flour because it wasn’t tacky. I was forcing the flour in (I’m not sure why I thought that would work).
        I’m definitely going to try it again because I know it will be good once I get it right. I didn’t watch the tutorial! I over looked that. Thank you for pointing it out!
        Also, I have a bread hook on my mixer, would that work for the kneading or is it best to do by hand?

        1. Bethany,

          It sounds like the bread dough was too dry. I’m not sure if the yeast was a problem or not, but I would get some new yeast before trying the recipe again. You want to make sure the yeast foams up a bit so you know it’s good.

          I hope the video will help you be able to see what it should look like. If you have any other questions don’t hesitate to ask.

          You could use a bread hook on your mixer to knead the dough. I also have a mixer and use it to mix up bread dough, but I wanted to make sure to show how to make bread without one, just in case someone didn’t own a mixer.

      2. Hi Shelly I’ve had thyroid cancer in 2020 and after a total removal am in remission.
        I came across your no salt egg and milk bread recipe for bread (as i cant have any of those.)
        Can’t wait to try it

        Mary Ann

  9. Hi, Shelly ….. I am becoming a vegan, using NO oils, butter at all. Is there a way for me to make this bread using NO oils? Thanks so much. I hope there is. I’m new to veganism and I’m trying to find recipes I really like.

    1. Chuck, I wasn’t sure of what to use instead of oil in this bread recipe so I did a little research. I found that pureed tofu can be used in place of oil, in non-sweet baked goods. Flax meal can also be used to replace the oil in a recipe for every 1 tablespoon of oil you’ll need to add 3 tablespoons of flax seed meal. If you use the flax seed meal the bread can brown up more quickly so be sure to adjust the baking time. You might look at FatFree Vegan Recipes for more ideas I found it while search for an answer for you. I hope this helps and thanks for asking. I’m always happy to help and learn something new. 🙂

    1. Eileen, you can they might spread a little while rising, but it should be fine. I bake my french bread shaped in loaves on a cookie sheet they do get a little wide but still turn out great. ~Shelly

    1. Joy I would use the paddle attachment at first to mix the ingredients and then switch to the dough hook to knead the dough, adding flour as needed to keep the dough from sticking. You shouldn’t have to change the recipe at all to use it with a kitchen aid mixer. I tried to make write this recipe so anyone with basic kitchen tool and an oven could make this bread. But if you own a mixer it will make it even easier to make. ~Shelly

  10. Hello,
    Thank you for the recipe! I’m making it now & cant wait to see how it turns out!
    There are a couple differences between the video and recipe so I’m wondering which to do…the video said punch back down a second time and then put in load pans (a third time I think) to rise but recipe says 2 x..,does it matter much one way or the other? Also I think the video says 425 but recipe says 350 do just wanted to be sure on oven temp. Thank you sooooooo much!!

    1. Your Welcome T! Sorry for the confusion. You can let it rise 2x before shaping loaves or 1x. If I have time I let it rise twice, but if you only have time for 1 rising before shaping the loaves it will be fine. You can bake at either 350 for 30-35 minutes or at 425 for about 20 minutes. I’ve baked this bread at both temperatures. I hope your bread turns out wonderfully.

  11. I was wondering if honey could be used in place of the sugar. I will also be trying a gluten free flour, as my daughter shows signs of ADHD and we know that soy, wheat and dairy are triggers for the unwanted behavior.

  12. Hi! My loaves are in the oven right now! You used glass pans right? That’s what the pic showed. If not, is there a temp change?

    1. Cassie, I hope your loaves turned out great. Yes, I use glass pans or a mix of glass pans and metal depending on how many loaves I’m making at one time.

      1. They turned out great thanks!! My hubby was super excited! I ended up using less flour cause it felt like it was getting dry unless I counted wrong… which is entirely possible with a toddler to handle at the same time lol!

  13. Listen to me… I followed the recipe and this is the best bread I’ve ever made for my husband in the two years that we have been married. I have tried several recipes with butter and milk and it always comes out like a rock (although my husband eats it no matter how it tastes or looks). The yeast tip is new to me and it is a keeper. Thank you.

  14. I cant wait to make this bread! Im a virgin bread maker in colorful Colorado!
    I have a bread machine that was handed down to me and ive never used it so im breakin it out for the fall season! Can this recipe work for bread machine? and would I cut the recipe in half? ( my machine goes to a 2.0lb loaf if that helps )

    1. Yes, to make it in a bread machine you would cut the measurements in half and place the ingredients in the order your bread machine recommends. I hope you enjoy the recipe.

  15. Hi Shelley and thanks for the recipe. I, too am a homeschool teacher as well as a vegetarian. It is a relief to find a way to make bread without animal products in it. Thanks again! I don’t know why that person named Chuck would want to make bread without oil. That has nothing to do with being vegetarian. Regardless we appreciate your help. I am about to start making the bread now. Gotta go! Take care.



    1. Angel, I’m not sure I haven’t tried it before. I’m thinking the texture might be different, but I really don’t know. If you try it please let me know how the bread comes out with the gluten-free flour. I would love to know!

  16. Thank you so much for sharing this receipe! We’ve been snowed in for the last few days and have run out of milk, but this recipe worked so well using our store cupboard supplies. Very much appreciated!

  17. I just tried making this with coconut flour. Complete disaster. The mix never thickened enough to even knead. It was flaky and broke apart. No dough whatsoever. What did i do wrong?!?

    1. Heather, I haven’t tried making bread with coconut flour. But I think because it doesn’t contain gluten you can’t use it in a standard yeast bread recipe. But would need to use it in a bread recipe that is more like a quick bread with eggs and baking powder. I think your bread didn’t turn out because the coconut flour was too different from the wheat flour.

      You might try a recipe like this one with the coconut flour instead, it’s dairy free but does use eggs.

    2. Hi, been baking GF for daughter for about 5 years. None of the GF flours can be used alone such as coconut. They always call for a mixture. There are a lot of GF all purpose flours out on the market at this time. King Arthur has the best one called Cup for Cup but I can’t find it around our area. Small town with a 3 hour drive to a big one. But friends have raved. Lots of GF blogs and have had some really good results and of course some not so great. Daughter finally had a massive allergy testing done and she has egg, dairy, pork, etc. which ends with 53 allergies. So that how I found your blog looking for a dairy, egg free bread.

      1. Margi, Thanks for sharing your advice about the GF flours. I’m sorry to hear your daughter has so many allergies. I hope since you now know what she is allergic too things can improve for her.

  18. Just made a loaf and six rolls (as I only have the one bread pan) substituting 4 cups of the flour with bread flour (didn’t have enough all purpose) using brown sugar (all i had) and 1 1/4 tablesoopns of dry active yeast (all I had, super broke lol) and it all came out quite lovely. It may also be worth mentioning that I used extra virgin olive oil. This is my first loaf of sandwich bread, and I love it! Thanks so much for the recipe!

  19. I’m having a hard time finding low sodium
    Bread. I found your recipe. I can’t wait to make it. Thank you for sharing.

  20. Hello. Thank you for the recipe. I noticed others mentioned in comments about a video for this recipe. Can you provide link? I’m unable to find it.

    1. Dee, I think you could leave the sugar out of the recipe. I’ve not used Stevia in baking but I don’t see why it wouldn’t work. I hope the recipe turns out well for you.

  21. I came across this recipe when I was on a low iodine diet and could not eat store bought bread. It was so good!!! So much better than commercially made bread. Plus, it uses simple ingredients, not all the additives that are typically found in commercially made bread. I used coconut sugar this time ( I was out of regular sugar), and I used melted ghee for the oil. Still turned out yummy!

  22. Help please! I made this twice for my son who had milk and egg allergy. He likes the flavor but cant even bite it as it came out rock hard. It’s also doughy in the center. First time dough was sticky. Second time we heated up the yeast more and dough was good tacky consistency but still came out the same. Any advice would be appreciated!

      1. Hi Shelly,

        I didn’t realize there was a link! Also reread all the comments. I overdid the flour and after taking in the advice, it’s come out soft! Only concern is that the bottom of the load seemed more doughy. I am able to bake it longer to get rid of the doughiness but then the top gets a charred. Do you have any recommendations? Thank you in advance!

        1. Alyson, you might try turning the temperature of the oven down and baking for a longer amount of time. Or move the bread to a lower position in the oven. Sometimes it helps to bake on a lower rack or in the middle of the oven so the bottom can cook at the same rate as the top of the loaf, just a few inches can make a difference in some ovens. I hope those tips help.

  23. Could you do this with self rising flour and no yeast or use the yeast with self rising flour? That’s what I have on hand at the moment. And how do you store it for maximum life?

  24. Love this recipe! I’m hoping to make this fresh for my in-laws when they visit tomorrow….can I do most of the work tonight, let it rise, fridge it and bake it just before they get here tomorrow? Thank you so much for the recipe!

    1. Jamie, I’m too late to help for this event, but for future reference. You can make the dough and place it in a large bowl in the refrigerator to stay overnight. Then punch it down, shape into a loaf and let rise once more then bake.

  25. Hi, this bread recipe sounds delicious and looks promising. I’ve just been diagnosed with hypertension after a scary high BP reading…tough to take for someone who eats healthy and is active (but there’s no escaping genetics *sigh)…and I’m on a strict no to extremely low sodium eating plan to take control of it. Can the amount of salt be reduced in this recipe? I can’t really afford to experiment and potentially waste ingredients right now.

    1. Kelly, I’ve actually made this bread without salt before. While it did turn out, the taste wasn’t as good as with salt and the texture was off a bit too. That said, I think you can reduce the salt in the recipe, but the taste will be different. I hope that helps. And I’m sorry to hear you are having blood pressure issues.

  26. Thank you for this recipe. I have just begun a vegan diet to help in recovering my kidney function. Two weeks ago I began my journey into this new and very restrictive diet and really miss the bread factor. While I cannot have bread with baking powder, milk, eggs, it was totally impossible to buy bread with all those restrictions. Your recipe came up on a search.
    Thank you again for sharing this recipe.

  27. Hi Shelly, I did like the recipe, it turned out great. I have to watch my potassium and phosphorus with kidney disease and I miss bread on my vegan diet. Some days you just want a slice of buttered toast to go with lunch.
    I have never been a bread baker but now that I have to bake it and buying your kind of bread around here is no option.
    Thanks for a great site.

  28. I tried to make this in my Zojurushi Bread Maker following the instructions I found in the comments. Sadly it did not turn out. If anyone has made this in a bread maker can you suggest any tweaks?

    1. Asi, did you make the dough in the bread machine and then bake it in the oven? Maybe that would work better.

      When you say it didn’t turn out, can you share what went wrong and maybe I can help.

      1. Hi it actually was little small clumps like play dough. I followed the recipe in the comments exactly for the bread machine. I have a Zojurishi bread machine. I tried a different recipe and no issues had bread

  29. Hi Shelly,
    I’m excited to make your bread recipe. I accidentally purchased Rapid Rise Instant Yeast. I have a couple of questions…
    1. How much of the Rapid Rise Instant Yeast do I use?
    2. Since Rapid Rise Instant Yeast doesn’t need to be mixed with water, do I still add 2 Cups of warm water to bowl with the sugar, oil, salt and 2 cups of flour? (Step 2 of your instructions)
    Thank you!

    1. Juli, You would use 3/4 teaspoon of the rapid rise yeast. And the yeast would be added in step two and mixed in before adding the water. I hope that helps. I made a batch of this bread on Friday and it’s so good. I hope you love it too.

        1. Juli, I haven’t made this without sugar before, so I’m not sure if it would affect the rise of the bread or not. If you don’t want to use sugar you could try honey instead. I hope that helps.

  30. Thank you SO much for this. We’re sheltering in place for Coronavirus, and I planned to make homemade bread today since we ran out of our storebought yesterday. Well I realized this morning that my other recipe requires an egg and milk (which we’re out of), so this recipe was a God-send. Thanks for sharing!!

  31. Frances Harris

    Tried the recipe after searching for one, as didn’t have an egg or milk in the house.

    It is easy to do. Perfect explanation and result.

    The bread is delicious. So pleased. Thank you.

  32. Hello Shelly,
    I can’t thank you enough for sharing this recipe and making the tutorial video. I have made the recipe three times now, it’s absolutely delicious! My kids love it.
    I am so happy because I have always wanted to make dairy free bread at home and this recipe was my first try
    This recipe has made it so easy. I have even made it into rolls and it turned out fantastic. I feel much more confident about trying more bread recipes now.

    I used Active Dry yeast the second time around, it didn’t turn out as great as other times… I found that Instant Dry Yeast turns out right each time. I did use the Active Dry exactly as you showed. Could it be the humidity or my kitchen temperature?
    Thank again and God bless you

    1. Joy, I always use Active Dry Yeast in my bread recipes but Instant Dry Yeast dissolves faster and can make the bread rise faster, sometimes it’s called rapid rise or quick rise, so that may be the difference you are seeing. The Active Dry Yeast can rise more slowly so in the same amount of time the Instant Dry Yeast would give a faster/higher rise to the bread. Either will work, but if you have better luck with Instant Dry Yeast, use what works best for you. I hope that helps.

  33. Very simple recipe that came out very well. It’s good to have a vegan bread recipe on hand for when I don’t have milk or eggs. I used avocado oil and didn’t notice a difference. My kids and husband really enjoyed this bread, as did I. Thank you!

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