Continental Crumbs

You now can bake your own Continental Crumbs Loaf at home.

As we listen to our customers we've picked up on the feedback "We love your bread but I'd rather bake my own bread…" we thought why shouldn't we offer our bread as a bread mix as well. We've managed to find an easy way of making it at home and this is what we want to start with.

Our Range:

Pumpkin spelt mix:

100% spelt flour (white and wholegrain) with pumpkin, sesame und linseeds. A wheat alternative which becomes more and more popular.

Sunflower spelt mix

Plain white and coarse wholegrain spelt flour create a fantastic 100 % spelt sourdough. Additional sunflower seeds add a nice nutty flavour.  

Seeded wholegrain mix

Plain white and wholegrain wheat flour creating a smooth wholegrain sourdough, additional sunflower and linseeds improve the taste and health benefits.

Chili bread mix

The Hot One with crushed dried Chillies

Something new, something exiting.

These Bread Mixes are not normal Bread mixes you may buy everywhere. These Breadmixes are special.

All mixes are made without any additional flavouring or additives.

No additional ingredients needed other than water! Each mix is based on our own recipes. Every pack contains 800g and makes 2 loaf of bread.

Here is how it works:

Measure 400g of the bread mix and put it in a large mixing bowl

(if possible use a plastic bowl with lid as it needs to be covered later). Add 280ml lukewarm water and mix (using a wooden spoon) until you've got a creamy texture.

Cover bowl with plastic wrap or lid if available and put into a fridge for 14 - 36 hours. Temperature around 8 - 10 degrees would be perfect.

Grease a baking tin generously with sunflower oil (or any other oil). Baking paper will be suitable as well but not all of them work for this bread as it's very sticky and might stick to the bread.

Preheat oven to 220 degrees.

Meanwhile, pour dough onto a generously floured surface and shape into a square and fold it twice. It will be extremely sticky. Use flour on your hands to manage and shape dough.

Let the dough slide into the baking tin, decorate the loaf with some pumpkin seeds and dust it with some flour, cover the tin with foil or a metal lid and put the baking tin into the oven at 220 degrees for 35 minutes.

After 35 minutes, remove the foil/lid and bake an additional 15 minutes. Reduce the temperature to 200degrees. Remove bread from oven and place on a cooling rack to cool.  

Enjoy on its own, with jam, honey, marmalade, cheese…

Mix for 2 loaves

Easy to use!

Mix it:

(With a wooden spoon)

Cover It:

(with clear foil)

Prove it:

(in the fridge)

Bake it:

(covered the first 35min)