Super Seeded Bread – Wholemeal Multigrain

cut loaf side on, super seeded thermomix wholemeal multigrain bread loaf. Black background. Wooden tabletop

Super Seeded Bread is a Thermomix multigrain bread loaf so soft and fluffy! It’s a fantastic everyday bread.

The bread is great for sandwiches, toast, toasted sandwiches. And like all bread, if it isn’t eaten before it goes stale, you can blitz what’s left into breadcrumbs and keep them in the freezer ready for use… Not that home made bread ever lasts more than a day or so around here!

With a combination of freshly milled wheat grain, white bakers flour and of course plenty of seeds, this bread is nutritious and filling! If you can’t source whole wheat grains, you can replace with the same quantity of wholemeal flour. Just bear in mind that freshly milled grain is more thirsty, so if replacing it with flour, have a feel of the dough after it’s been kneading a couple of minutes and add a dash more flour if needed.

You can use any mix of seeds, just stick to the 150g combined weight of them. Here are some suggestions you can make combinations out of – use one, or a mix of a few or even all!

  • buckwheat
  • hemp seeds
  • sesame seeds
  • pepitas
  • sunflower seeds
  • linseeds
  • chia (I wouldn’t use more than a couple of tablespoons of this)

Whatever the mix you make, I hope you absolutely love this Thermomix wholemeal multigrain bread!

Looking for more Thermomix bread recipes?

I really really love making bread. It takes a little time, but the hands-on time is very minimal and freshly made bread, hot out of the oven, is well worth the wait!

Here are some more brilliant bread recipes you can find on the website:

super seeded wholemeal multigrain thermomix bread Birdseye view of whole loaf, sesame seeds on top. Sitting on black mesh cooling rack on top of brown cutting board on top of grey bench top

This recipe makes a large loaf – you will need a 900g bread tin, or two smaller tins.

whole loaf super seeded wholemeal multigrain thermomix bread Birdseye view. Loaf has sesame seeds on top and is sitting on top of a black mesh cooling rack on top of a brown wooded bread board on grey countertop
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Super Seeded Bread – wholemeal multigrain

A fantastic, soft and fluffy loaf perfect for everyday!
Prep Time10 minutes
Cook Time30 minutes
Resting time1 hour
Course: Baking
Cuisine: Dairy Free, Egg Free, Nut Free, Vegan, Vegetarian
Keyword: Multigrain bread, Super Seed, Thermomix bread, Wholemeal bread
Servings: 1 loaf
Calories: 3532kcal


  • 900g bread tin


  • 200 g wheat grain Note 1
  • 400 g water lukewarm
  • 3 tsp dried yeast
  • 450 g bakers flour
  • 150 g seeds of your choice (For the loaf pictured I used 50g linseeds, 30g buckwheat, 30g sunflower seeds, 20g pepitas, 20g black sesame seeds)
  • 30 g olive oil
  • 10 g honey Note 2
  • 2 teaspoons natural bread improver Note 3
  • 2 tsp salt


  • Place wheat grain in mixer bowl. Mill 2 minutes/speed 9/MC on.
  • Add (in this order) water, yeast, flour, seeds, oil, honey, bread improver and salt. KNEAD/6 minutes/MC on.
  • Transfer dough to either a silicon bread mat or a large oiled bowl. Either wrap in the mat or cover the bowl with glad wrap and leave in a warm place to double in size.
  • When dough has doubled in size, knock all air out of it and shape into a loaf. Transfer dough to bread tin, spray the top with water from a spray bottle (this assists with a crunchy crust) and if you would like seeds on top, sprinkle them on now. Cover the top of your bread tin and leave to double in size again.
  • When dough has doubled in size, the bread is ready to cook. Spray the surface with water again then place the bread tin into your oven – do not preheat oven when making bread, heating the oven with the bread in it gives one last quick rise. Turn oven on to 200°C and cook for 30 minutes from the time you close the oven door.
  • When cooked, turn bread out onto a cooling rack immediately. Try to resist cutting until completely cool.


1. If you can’t get wheat grain, replace with wholemeal flour and skip Step 1, simply add with all other ingredients.
2. VEGAN: Replace honey with sugar.
3. Bread improver is not essential in bread making, but it does help produce a very nice loaf of bread that will stay fresh for longer.  You can find natural ones in health food stores and at specialty bread shops, I recommend these over the ones you can get at the supermarket, which are loaded with nasties.  The brands I recommend, are Simply No Knead, All About Bread and Demeter Farm Mills.


Serving: 1loaf | Calories: 3532kcal | Carbohydrates: 554g | Protein: 115g | Fat: 105g | Saturated Fat: 12g | Sodium: 4748mg | Potassium: 2771mg | Fiber: 84g | Sugar: 13g | Vitamin C: 1mg | Calcium: 541mg | Iron: 37mg

Please note, nutrition information is calculated via an online recipe nutrition calculator and is a guide only. It is provided as a courtesy and is not guaranteed 100% accurate. I am not a nutritionist or trained health professional.

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2 years ago

5 stars
Can you use all wholemeal flour rather than adding the white? Or switch it around so you use less white and more wholemmeal? Love love love your recipes!

2 years ago

I stumbled upon your website , in my search of a wholemeal bread. Please tell me where I can find a speciality bread shop , so I can buy the natural bread improver. I do have the wallaby’s brand at present , but I am all for natural type. Thanks ever so much

3 years ago

5 stars
I love this bread, I make it regularly and slice and freeze what we don’t use straight away. It makes the best crunchy toast from frozen! It’s so easy and never fails.

9 years ago

This id the only bread we make! thanks for sharing this with us:)

9 years ago

Thanks Bec :). I’m on whole30 so can’t eat the it but made it for the kids. I have a 5yo who will only eat white bread so was hoping to wean her onto this by adding a few more seeds each loaf and hoping she doesn’t really notice! Lol.

9 years ago

If i wanted to make a plain white loaf would I just omit the 150g seeds or do I need to adjust elsewhere as well??

9 years ago

Making this again as it is so YUMMY. it’s such a big mix I get 2 loafs out of it! My in laws are staying and are very impressed with it and asked for more as they demolished the last 2! I love knowing what seeds are in my bread too 🙂

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I specialise in great tasting vegetarian Thermomix recipes and cater for a wide range of dietary needs. I love sharing here and in my cookbooks my healthy, delicious recipes (of course the odd treat too!) Whether you’re looking to ignite your thermo mojo, or just after some new, really tasty family friendly recipes, there really is something here for everyone



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