Kingsmill 50/50 Bread Flour - Taste of White with the Goodness of Wholemeal

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Have you ever wanted to make homemade fresh bread with the great taste of white but the added fibre and goodness of wholemeal? Well now you can with this new 50/50 Bread Flour from Kingsmill!

Low in Salt, Low in Fat and more fibre than standard bread flour, this versatile flour can be used in any bread recipe. With the great taste of white bread, it’s perfect for those fussy eaters.

Stuck for inspiration? Here we have some recipes to get you inspired!

 

Kingsmill 50/50 Bread Rolls​

Perfect for packed lunches and picnics, a batch of fresh white rolls will always satisfy your hungry hoards.

“Good bake. Easy to make and very good results. A perfect consistency and quite honestly tastes just like Kingsmill. FANTASTIC!”  Sam ​

 

Kingsmill 50/50 Tiger Bread

Famed for it’s beautiful golden mottled crust and delicious scent, Tiger bread (sometimes known as giraffe bread) is adored by children and adults alike. Which is great news because using Kingsmill 50/50 bread flour, you have the fibre of wholemeal but the great taste of white. It’s also surprisingly easy to make.

 

Kingsmill 50/50 Classic Loaf

This makes sandwiches extra special especially for those fussy eaters. Share this bread with the whole family and know you’re putting that fiber back into their diets.

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