Wrights Baking Premium White Bread Mix — 5x500g


Flavour Bread Mix
Brand Wrights baking
Item weight 500 Grams
Allergen information Contains: Cereals containing Gluten
Specialty Vegetarian
  • A ready to use premium white bread mix, just add water
  • Made from a quality blend of wheats, milled in the traditional way
  • Works brilliantly in bread-making machines or by hand from your oven at home
  • Suitable for vegetarians and, when cooled and covered, freezes very well
  • Each pack is 500g and makes approximately 16 servings, which is 1 loaf or 10 rolls. There are 5 packs in this 2.5kg catering pack.


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Product description

Wright’s pre­mi­um white bread mix is made from a qual­i­ty blend of wheats, milled in the tra­di­tion­al way. It is the most pop­u­lar mix and a great base for adding your own addi­tion­al ingre­di­ents. For 500g of bread mix just add 320ml of warm water. This mix works bril­liant­ly in bread mak­ing machines and cre­ates deli­cious home baked bread and rolls either savoury or sweet and thin and crispy piz­za bases straight from your oven. Suit­able for veg­e­tar­i­ans, the bread, when cooled and cov­ered freezes very well. Pack­aged in plas­tic free, recy­lable FSC paperbags. Each pack is 500g and makes approx­i­mate­ly 16 serv­ings, which is 1 loaf or 10 rolls. There are 5 packs in this 2.5kg whole­sale bulk pack. -


WHEAT Flour, (WHEAT Flour, Cal­ci­um Car­bon­ate, Iron, Niacin, Thi­amin), Dried Yeast, Salt, Rape­seed Oil, Chick­pea Flour, Rape­seed Oil, Dex­trose, Flour Treat­ment Agent: Ascor­bic Acid.

Important information


WHEAT Flour, (WHEAT Flour, Cal­ci­um Car­bon­ate, Iron, Niacin, Thi­amin), Dried Yeast, Salt, Rape­seed Oil, Chick­pea Flour, Rape­seed Oil, Dex­trose, Flour Treat­ment Agent: Ascor­bic Acid.

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Additional information

Weight 500 kg
Dimensions 32 × 7 × 11 cm
Product Dimensions

32 x 7 x 11 cm; 500 Grams

Manufacturer reference


Allergen Information

Contains: Cereals containing Gluten


2.5 Kilograms


2500 gram


Wrights baking





Country of origin

United Kingdom



Date First Available

6 July 2016


Wrights Baking


  1. Mr A

    Pricey, but deli­cious loaf of breadBought to use with my Pana­son­ic SD-2500 bread machine.Very sim­ple to use. Add the required amount of water. Use Pro­gramme 2 on the machine (Basic Rapid), let the machine do its thing and you’ve got your­self a deli­cious loaf of bak­ery-qual­i­ty bread.It is expen­sive per loaf, to be hon­est, so it’s unlike­ly that I’ll be using these bags too often. How­ev­er, the con­ve­nience of the bread mix makes these packs ide­al for when you just need a quick loaf of bread or have run low/out of ingre­di­ents such as yeast which seems dif­fi­cult to come by in these COVID-times.Mine arrived with an expiry date of Novem­ber — so about six months, which is great. Will def­i­nite­ly have used all five packs by then.

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  3. Kali­na

    Just the blend I was look­ing for!Deserves its name, pre­mi­um and flavour­ful it is! Just add water and you get the soft­est, melt in your mouth white bread, and my bread mak­er was in love too! High­ly recommended.

  4. jsm999

    Ide­al for rapid pro­gramme on bread machines, ris­es real­ly wellThis bread mix works per­fect­ly using the ‘rapid’ pro­gramme on our bread machine, cook­ing in under 2 hours. It ris­es real­ly well, mak­ing a soft, light-tex­tured airy loaf, great for eat­ing fresh or as toast. It is of course more expen­sive than mak­ing your own mix­ture from the sep­a­rate ingre­di­ents, but some­times the extra con­ve­nience is worth it — just emp­ty the pack­et into the pan, add water, set the machine, 2 hours lat­er: fresh bread. I do add about 25g of but­ter to the mix as it seems to keep bet­ter, but that’s not essen­tial espe­cial­ly if you’ve got a fam­i­ly who are going to fin­ish it off in a cou­ple of days. You don’t have to use the whole pack­et at once, if you pre­fer a small­er loaf, but the main ben­e­fit of this mix for me is con­ve­nience, no need to weigh or mea­sure, and its reli­a­bil­i­ty, good results every time. We used this fre­quent­ly through lock­down and nev­er had a bad result. Keeps much bet­ter than most super­mar­ket bread, and tastes so much better.The packs arrived with a com­fort­able 5 months until the expiry date.


    Not so good this time roundNot sure if there is some­thing not quite right with this batch of bread mix . I have had this prod­uct before from this sell­er and it baked up beau­ti­ful­ly . This time how­ev­er using the same meth­ods as before the loaves are not appear­ing and tast­ing as they should.

  6. Smiller

    Bread mak­ing bread mixThis did work in my bread mak­er to make accept­able bread but recipe on the pack­et need­ed about 15% less water in my machine than was stat­ed on the pack­et oth­er­wise the bread rose too much and had air pock­ets. When I reduced the water in the recipe the bread was bet­ter but not the best!

  7. Julieg89

    Sim­ple and easy to make!I ordered these bread mix­es because I was unable to get hold of any flour dur­ing lock­down and was des­per­ate to bake some bread! The mix was easy to make into dough and instruc­tions easy to fol­low. It does bake very quick­ly in the oven and less time than stat­ed. Keep a care­ful eye on it in the oven, as on my first attempt the crust was slight­ly burnt. For those who don’t want to fuss with using yeast, it is ide­al. It also tastes delicious!

  8. Wendy Ver­non

    Excel­lent prod­uctWhen this arrived it was on a small pack­et and not what I expect­ed. It is a one loaf por­tion, so we had 5 loaves to make. We have just baked a loaf a d wow. It is won­der­ful. I’m look­ing for­ward to the oth­ers and will def­i­nite­ly be buy­ing more. It is so easy to use as well pour the whole pack­et into the bread­mak­er, add water and turn the machine on. It is ready in just under a. Hour.

  9. Muck­y­chick­en

    Per­fect to stock up onThis bread mix is real­ly nice & I’ve bought this before from shops on the high street. I have a bread mak­er & it’s so easy to use, It’s tasty makes a good loaf & espe­cial­ly at the moment things with the pan­dem­ic it keeps well as a dry ingre­di­ent in the cup­board & is ide­al to fall back on when need­ed. The only neg if any would be the price, it costs more than you will pay on the high street so ide­al­ly would be even bet­ter if the price was some­what a lit­tle less but as for the taste & qual­i­ty, try it you won’t be disappointed.

  10. Solar­RainUK

    Bad batch?Only just bought my first ever bread mak­er, and I want­ed to keep it sim­ple and use a bread mix. First loaf with this turned out bad 🙁 Top was flat and the entire loaf was very pale and did­n’t taste very nice at all. I fol­lowed instruc­tions on the pack­et per­fect­ly, and used the cor­rect set­tings on the bead machine. There’s anoth­er review here that post­ed exact­ly the same issue, and she even shows a pic­ture of her loaf that looked exact­ly how mine turned out.Today I made a new loaf using all sep­a­rate ingre­di­ents and it was per­fect and tast­ed incred­i­ble, using exact­ly the same set­tings on my machine, so I know I did­n’t do any­thing wrong. I checked the pack­et for expiry, but it’s well with­in that. I can only assume some­thing is wrong with the batch I received.

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