Heygates Malt Crunch Malted Bread Flour 16kg


Brand Heygates
Item weight 16 Kilograms
Allergen information Contains: Gluten
  • Strong wheat flour with kibbled, kilned, and malted grains
  • Malted Flour
  • Suitable for all types of bread and rolls
  • Contains Salt
  • Packaged in a 100% plastic free stringed paper bag


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Product description

A strong wheat flour with addi­tions of kib­bled, kilned and malt­ed grains for bread an rolls. Con­tains salt. Bakes a whole­some loaf with a sweet malt­ed taste and a crunchy whole­grain bite.


Wheat Flour (WHEAT flour, Cal­ci­um Car­bon­ate (E170), Iron, Nicoti­namide (Vit B3), Thi­amine Hydrochlo­ride (Vit B1), Kib­bled wheat malt, Malt­ed bar­ley flour, gluten, Ascor­bic acid (E300)

Important information


Wheat Flour (WHEAT flour, Cal­ci­um Car­bon­ate (E170), Iron, Nicoti­namide (Vit B3), Thi­amine Hydrochlo­ride (Vit B1), Kib­bled wheat malt, Malt­ed bar­ley flour, gluten, Ascor­bic acid (E300)

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Additional information

Weight 16 kg
Dimensions 72 × 32 × 15 cm
Package Dimensions

72 x 32 x 15 cm; 16 Kilograms

Manufacturer reference


Allergen Information

Contains: Gluten


16 Kilograms


16000 gram



Package Information




Date First Available

3 Jun. 2020




  1. S. Mallion

    Flour pow­erI bought this because I could no longer get the brand that I use to get and con­sid­er­ing how good this flour is, I’ll prob­a­bly nev­er go back to the oth­er brand. Even if they are “resurrected”.As there is noth­ing on the bag to indi­cate what yeast & water require­ments are, Hey­gates were very help­ful in telling me what was required and the amounts, albeit as a guide, as, unlike pre­vi­ous brand it is not a case of “bung­ing it into the bread mak­er and adding water!”. So for you dear read­er, allow me to elucidate.Please Note SALT has already been added by the company.The amount of yeast you’ll require is 3% of the weight of flour you’ll be using, e.g. 500g x 3% = 15g. This will make a 900g loaf — about the aver­age size of what a Bread Machine will make.Water required is about 55–56% of the weight of flour you’ll be using, e.g. 500g x 55% = 275ml (x 56% = 280ml)Although I’m using a Von Chef Bread mak­er, the above will be the same if mak­ing by hand — prob­a­bly ;-)If how­ev­er, like me, you’re using a Bread Mak­er you might be inter­est­ed in what I do, with con­sis­tent results — just like I used to get with pre­vi­ous brand.I have tried var­i­ous mea­sures but have found the fol­low­ing to give very con­sis­tent results;-The water, 280–300ml I “warm up” in a 650w microwave at 1′20″ — I do this as my water is fil­tered and sits in a fridge, this also helps the yeast to get start­ed. I weigh out 16g of yeast and 500g of flour, mix­ing them well in a large bowl. Then I put 3Tsp’s (That’s TEASPOONS, NOT as some peo­ple think Table­spoons Tbsp!) of Olive oil into the mix­er, pour in the warmish water and then add the Flour/Yeast mix. I set the Bread mak­er on the No.1 Basic set­ting. This takes 3Hrs and leave it for anoth­er 1/2hr 45mins before remov­ing and plac­ing the loaf in a cotton/hessian bag to cool off and absorb excess mois­ture. This makes for a nice crunchy-ish crust.My only gripe is, 16Kg is one heck of a big bag, but it would be nice if they pro­duced small­er bags of a more man­age­able size for us home bread mak­ers. I worked out that this bag will prob­a­bly last me until March/April 2021, let’s hope it does­n’t go “off” before then. Enjoy.

  2. Louis

    Best gra­nary-style malt­ed bread flourAbsolute­ly fan­tas­tic, bought anoth­er bag already! We real­ly like the malt­ed flavour, and the tex­ture is just per­fect: Soft, springy, tastes like you’re eat­ing some­thing 🙂 All Hey­gates flours we’ve bought have been the best we tried.This par­tic­u­lar style has salt already added, so you don’t need to add any when baking.We’ve tried a few dif­fer­ent gra­nary styles includ­ing the offi­cial Hov­is Gra­nary with a cap­i­tal G, but this feels and tastes the best.

  3. Fat­boy Grim

    Helped make some real­ly nice breadI bought Hey­gates strong white to use with our inher­it­ed bread mak­er dur­ing lock­down one, and had great results with it. Recent­ly the bread­mak­er died (not the flour’s fault!) and I’ve gone over to hand bak­ing, or at least a dough-hook on a Ken­wood mix­er. Bought a sack of this malt crunch flour for vari­ety, and have made sev­er­al real­ly nice loaves with half-and-half strong white and malt crunch. Yum! Comes very solid­ly packed in water­proof but bio-degrad­able bag, excel­lent. Update 16/4/21 — now mak­ing bread most days exclu­sive­ly with this flour, and find­ing it great. Absolute­ly lov­ing the results, your mileage may vary but I’ll be buy­ing again.

  4. R. A. Lee

    Its good stuff!Makes great tast­ing bread, both 100% and 50:50 with strong white flour. Only gripe I had was with Hey­gates car­ri­er, who left it out­side in the rain at anoth­er prop­er­ty half a mile away. Did­n’t find out for a sev­er­al days so I had to throw away a cou­ple of lbs from the bot­tom of the bag, but the taste and qual­i­ty of the bread made up for all the hassle!

  5. Ama­zon Customer

    4 starsThis is the first time I’ve used this flour .I’ve been bak­ing bread for more years than I want to admit to and have tried flour from many mills, shops and even hand milled straight after har­vest­ing. This is very good and the ONLY rea­son I’m not giv­ing it 5 stars is because I’m used to my recipe so made it and added salt. Com­plete­ly for­got this has salt added! WHY? .…But .…apart from that.… It’s got great tex­ture and, under the salty over­tones, there’s a love­ly flavour

  6. salop­fan

    Well worth a try we love it.This flour is love­ly so tasty it makes won­der­ful loaves and rolls. We use it every day in our bread mak­er for tasty loaves and in the oven for rolls and plats. Try mix­ing with beer instead of water or adding cheese and chllis or all three for deli­cious spe­cial night in with friends bread.

  7. Bruce Ruther­ford

    Awe­some bread!This makes an extra­or­di­nar­i­ly good loaf of bread in my bread­mak­er. 500 g of flour, no need for salt as its already added. I warm the tap water because cold water will inter­fere with the yeast. You will need 290ml of water and I use 3 table spoons of olive oil, I add 1 and a quar­ter tea spoons of dried active yeast and I give it a good stir before the bread­mak­er starts with a wood­en han­dle. I set the machine to mul­ti grain. Its crunchy and deli­cious!. If you boil water and put 50 ml of this and top up to 290ml, this is warm enough.

  8. Kin­dle Customer

    Tasty bread from excel­lent flourMix­es well, either 100% or 50:50 with Hey­gates white bread flours.I bake bread every morn­ing with a 50:50 mix and am nev­er dis­ap­point­ed, guests love the taste and tex­ture. The aro­ma of this fresh baked is delicious.Consistent with a good rise I get 4 break­fast loaves from 620mg of flour mix.Nice crust on the loaf and it pro­duces good toast the next day

  9. Geoff Reid

    Gor­geous.I make my loaves with 33% of this and 66% Hey­gates Green. It’s just gorgeous.The flour does con­tain some added salt so I reduce the amount of salt I usu­al­ly use by 50% and my loaves are fine each time, every time.I also use a tea­spoon of improver and add an egg to every mix. Give it a go.…. 🙂

  10. Mr. Charles M. Corbett

    Bread flour.This is great bread flour for my Irish wheat­en loaf. I bought this great big bag and had to decant it into click­ing lid box­es that I put in the fridge as it’s sup­posed to be used by May. I’ve used 29% of it so far ! Would rec­om­mend it to anyone.

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