Sprouting grains reportedly unlocks nutrition and aids absorption of the vitamins, minerals, and other nutrients within. They also say that sprouting makes the grains more easily digestible. And I may just be a believer. My husband has had notable troubles with wheat, but he isn’t Celiac. He had tried the occasional wheat challenge with no luck, but decided to give Silver Hills Sprouted Bread a try. And what do you know… his body loves it!
I originally post about Silver Hills Sprouted Bread in 2014, but have updated this post with current information and our new review format. You can now leave your own rating and review below too!
Silver Hills Sprouted Bread is the Ultimate in Whole Grains
This is hands down, my favorite store-bought brand of bread. I like to bake our own bread, when possible. But it’s trickier these days since I don’t always have an oven or proper supplies. So I’ve been leaning on Silver Hills Sprouted Bread a little more.
The first time I bought bread by Silver Hills Bakery was probably more than a decade ago. Their Squirrelly loaf was on sale, and looked deliciously hearty. It didn’t disappoint. Since then, I’ve tried several different varieties of Silver Hills Sprouted Bread. They’re all wonderfully hearty, earthy, and “nutty” (but nut-free) in taste. But there are a few that I repeatedly buy. Since they have twelve different loaves, I’ll include specifics on my favorites, followed by a quick list of the rest.
The Big 16
Ingredients: organic sprouted whole wheat, vital wheat gluten, organic oat flakes, organic cane sugar, organic grain & seed mix (organic brown flax seeds, organic sunflower seeds, organic millet, organic sprouted whole khorasan wheat, organic sprouted whole rye, organic sprouted whole barley, organic sprouted whole buckwheat, organic sprouted whole corn, organic sprouted whole brown rice, organic rolled oats, organic sesame seeds, organic quinoa, organic amaranth, organic sprouted whole spelt), water, cultured wheat flour (wheat flour, bacterial culture), yeast, sea salt, organic sunflower oil (used on the equipment only not as an ingredient). Contains wheat and sesame seeds.
Nutrition (per slice): 110 calories, 1g fat, 17g carbs, 5g fiber, 1g sugars, 6g protein.*
Ingredients: organic sprouted whole wheat, raisin nectar (raisins, water), vital wheat gluten, organic sesame seeds, organic sunflower seeds, cultured wheat flour (wheat flour, bacterial culture), yeast, water, sea salt, organic sunflower oil (used on equipment only not as an ingredient). Contains wheat and sesame seeds.
Nutrition (per slice): 110 calories, 1g fat, 17g carbs, 5g fiber, 1g sugars, 6g protein.*
Organic Ancient Grain Big Red’s Bread
Ingredients: organic sprouted whole red fife wheat, organic seed and grain mix (brown flax seeds, sunflower seeds, pumpkin seeds, sesame seeds, millet, sprouted khorasan wheat, sprouted barley, sprouted buckwheat, sprouted purple corn, sprouted rye, sprouted spelt, golden flax seeds, hemp seeds, amaranth, quinoa, chia seeds, poppy seeds, sorghum, sprouted red lentils, sprouted green lentils), water, organic vital wheat gluten, organic cane sugar, yeast, cultured wheat flour (wheat flour, bacterial culture), sea salt, ascorbic acid. Contains wheat and sesame seeds.
Nutrition (per slice): 90 calories, 2g fat, 14g carbs, 4g fiber, 1g sugars, 6g protein.*
More Silver Hills Sprouted Bread Loaves
- Mack’s Flax
- Little Big Bread (Lighter Loaf)
- Steady Eddie (Apple Sweetened)
- Hemptation (American Exclusive)
- Organic 20 Grain Train
- Organic Ancient Grain The Queen’s Khorasan
- Organic Cinnamon Raisin (Soft & Fluffy)
- Organic Multigrain (Soft & Fluffy)
- Organic Soft Wheat (Soft & Fluffy)
Additional Types of Silver Hills Sprouted Bread
We received a sample of their English Muffins on launch. They weren’t quite up to snuff (definitely some production issues!). But they have hit the mainstream, so I’m guessing those have been worked out.
The also bake Bagels, Burger Buns, and Hot Dog Buns, but we haven’t found them in store yet!
The Facts on Silver Hills Sprouted Bread
Price:$4.99 per 18-ounce loaf
Availability: Silver Hills Sprouted Bread is sold throughout the U.S. and Canada (they are a Canadian company). Look for them in the bakery or freezer section of Whole Foods, Target (often by the produce), and Sprouts in the U.S. In Canada, they’re sold at Whole Foods, IGA, Loblaws, and other stores.
Certifications: Silver Hills Sprouted Bread is Non-GMO Verified. Select varieties are Certified Organic.
Dietary Notes: By ingredients, Silver Hills Sprouted Bread is dairy-free / non-dairy, egg-free, nut-free, peanut-free, soy-free, vegan, and vegetarian.*
For More Product Information: Visit the Silver Hills Bakery website at www.silverhillsbakery.ca.
*Always read the ingredient and nutrition statement prior to consumption. Ingredients, processes, and labeling are subject to change at any time for any company or product. Contact the company to discuss their manufacturing processes if potential allergen cross-contamination is an issue for you. No food product can be guaranteed “safe” for every individual’s needs. You should never rely on ingredient and allergen statements alone if dealing with a severe food allergy.
Delicious and affordable (and not frozen) at Toronto area Costcos - 2 loaves for $8
Multigrain is my favourite. I use it with every kind of sandwich filling or toasted with vegan, seed, or nut kinds of butter or eaten plain with tea for breakfast. This is the only bread I buy now. Anything else, I bake myself. I keep it frozen and take out a few slices at a time to thaw or toast. Flavour, fibre, vitamins – it is the perfect food. (I am not affiliated with Costco)
Tasty low in sugar , fats and carbs . Good hardy bread love the multigrain .
Best ever bagel
Pretzel outside soft chewy inside. Difficult to locate and a little pricey but yummy
I bought a loaf of Organic Sprouted Power soft wheat bread at a discount store. I liked the idea of the bread being sprouted. I normally used to buy anything as long as it was cheap. But this bread was on sale and I had to buy it. I felt the need to try something healthier and i fell in love. I want to learn more about sprouting foods now. I am a believer in eating sprouted foods now.
Love this Sprouted Bread
I’ve been purchasing this brand off and on for years – mostly when I would see it on sale. But lately, I noticed that Target stocks it all the time for a fair price. I’ve been buying the “Big 16” and it’s just as delicious as the rest. Love how “nutty” this bread is. It has so much rich grain flavor and freezes well. I keep it in the freezer and toast up as many slices as I need.
Do you offer any of your gluten-free and vegan breads for sale in the San Francisco Bay Area? Sprouts carries some of your products but they sell out very fast, and the shelves sit empty until the next delivery, which is often days away. The sliced bread (especially the variety with seeds and grains), not the buns, are what people like most.
Your breads are by far the best gluten-free breads on the markets. Most of the usual gluten-free bread in markets here is hard as a rock and tasteless. Why not sell your bread at Whole Foods or at least somewhere close to Palo Alto, California, where I live? It would be very popular.
Hi Isabel, you will need to check with the brand directly. We are not affiliated with them. They have a store locator here -> https://silverhillsbakery.ca/where-to-buy/
I buy often Organic 20 Grain Train.
The bread has a very good taste and good nutritional qualities.
I live in Quebec and the bread is produced in BC.
We can keep the bread fresh without problems 3 weeks that it’s not possible with other premium quality breads.
I wonder what additives add it to keep the bread fresh as long.
This bread immediately began to mold , two days after purchase. It gave off a terrible chemical smell and
made my throat close up. I have never had bread that smelled like this, it was horrible.
Did you contact the company Mary?
This happened to us too; horrid acetone smell immediately upon opening the bag. From what I’ve researched, this can happen when wild yeasts infect the bread and turn starches into acetone.
It isn’t from us opening the bag either, it’s from the factory and potentially infected machinery. I am contacting the company now, after confirming another person had this experience. I would assume they need to recall this weeks’ bread and clean the bakery.
how much do u get for a loaf of ur sprouted breads
You can contact the company directly with inquiries Maggie – https://silverhillsbakery.ca/
among the choices they offer, which one do you think the best overall? (healthiest – low fat, low suger, good fiber and grain, low carb) Sorry I know they all seem to be like that.
I couldn’t tell you Emma, but they have all of the nutritional information for each on their website – https://silverhillsbakery.ca/
I love this bread, it is so much better than regular store bought bread. It is worth every penny. The squirrelly type is awesome with applesauce.
I love this bread, but the last three loaves had a fermented smell and it was 6 days before the tag date. The smell was strong one was moldy.
That’s terrible! Did you contact the company over this. It sounds like a huge issue they should know about.
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This bread is great for sandwiches!
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