1. All Departments
  2. Grocery
  3. Fresh Food
  4. Bread & Bakery
  5. Buns, Breads & Rolls

Country Hearth Dakota Style 12-Grain Bread (24 oz., 2 pk.)

by Country Hearth |
Item # 86482

Product Details

About this item

  • 12-grain bread is a healthy choice
  • The delicious taste is perfect for sandwiches
  • Multiple grains keep you fuller for longer
Top Rated
Select a club for price and availability
Pick it up


Country Hearth® Dakota Style 12-Grain Bread gives you and your family a great taste with plenty of taste, all with a pleasing texture that is moist and spongy. Country Hearth's 12-grain bread is the perfect bread for your sandwich because it has the nutrients you need for a balanced diet. Get all the nutrition you need in just a couple of slices and create a delicious sandwich with the flavors you want in each and every bite.

What Texture Does This Bread Have?

Country Hearth's bread is soft but was still made with consumers in mind. This bread is soft, yet firm enough to handle peanut butter even if you don't toast the bread beforehand.

Is 12-Grain Bread Healthy?

The Country Hearth 12-grain bread is healthy and full of 12 different grains to ensure that it is rich in fiber, which is part of a balanced diet.

What Else Can I Make with this Bread?

You can make bread pudding with this delicious County Hearth bread! Bread pudding might seem like a daunting dessert, but is actually very simple. The hardest part is chopping the bread. To make this tasty treat, cut the bread roughly into pieces that are no larger than 1"x1". In a large mixing bowl, add all the pieces of bread.

Next, you can either create a homemade pudding with your favorite recipe or you can just use store-bought pudding. Saturate the bread pieces entirely with pudding. Make sure you toss and coat all the pieces of bread well in the pudding because dry pieces mean a dry pudding. Finally, pour the pudding and bread mixture into a cake pan and bake at 350°F until a golden brown layer forms on top. Store-bought pudding can be eaten without being cooked, but if you make your own pudding with eggs you might will to pre-cook the pudding to ensure there is nothing raw.

Member reviews & questions