How do you make vegan “milk bread”? Substitute the milk with oat milk, which you can even make yourself. If you’re on a lupin free diet then carefully check the label of your breadmix and use a trusted brand (I love Carr’s for a simple white base that’s affordable and simple), and I’d stay away from gluten free personally if I had a lupin allergy
My trick to making bread, in my opinion, is a bread maker. We usually get a few bags whenever we go shopping and I pop a loaf on in the morning ready for when the kids get home. Usually it’s one of the supermarket bread mixes – and I know, I know, you can do them from scratch, and you can roll them by hand, but you can save that time and energy for other things with a bread maker. They’re more eco friendly than using the oven and hey, you can just be lazy.
I measure out the liquid it says on the pack with half boiling water and half cold oat milk, then it’s always the right temperature. I sometimes add a spoon full of vegan spread, some extra oats, or even mixed dried fruit and hot tea for something I can pass off as a cake.
Vegan Milk Bread
just dump it all in the breadmaker and leave it be!
- bread mix
- boiling water
- oat milk
- Step 1 Follow the instructions on the pack but substitute the water for half boiling water and half oat milk. Put the liquid in first then the mix and choose a regular programme. Stand back and feel proud of making fresh bread that people will think took hours.
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