If there is something that I like better than regular homemade bread, it’s cheesy homemade bread. The recipe is very simple if you already have frozen soaked whole wheat flour. I follow the basic recipe for Soaked Flour Whole Wheat Bread, with a few small changes.
If your soaked flour was refrigerated or frozen, allow 3 cups to come to room temperature. Combine warm water, yeast, and honey; allow to proof. (See Yeast Breads: Not Scary!) While your yeast is proofing, combine 1 c flour, the cheeses, and all seasonings. Gently stir the yeast and soaked flour together; add the cheese/flour mixture. Knead in enough flour to make a firm dough that is not sticky. Place the dough in a oiled bowl and allow to rise. When doubled, form into 2 loaves; place in oiled loaf pans. (If your loaf pans are smaller than mine, you will probably have 3 loaves and should reduce the baking time.)
When the loaves have doubled in size, place them in a 350° oven and bake for 50 minutes. Remove from pans immediately and allow to cool on a baking rack.
I LOVE using this recipe to make hamburger buns. Delicious! This makes great grilled cheese sandwiches. It’s also an easy way to make garlic bread; just butter both sides and fry.