Hi, I tried to find a recipe that had no white flour and no sugar but it is impossible. I realized that the sugar is needed to feed the yeast in the initial rising, so that gets eaten up by the little yeast beasts and doesn't count IMO. I'm not sure Splenda can substitute for this chemical reaction.
I took a multigrain bread recipe (from www.fatfree.com
) and replaced the 2 cups of white flour with whole wheat flour, with the rest of the flour being multigrain. I also added a cooked 12-grain cereal. The result was a very dense and heavy, but I thought tasty bread. One slice was as filling as a bowl of cereal!
If it interests you at all, I'll post my modified recipe in the Recipe section.
I used my Kitchenaid mixer for the previous recipe, but I'm trying one in a borrowed bread machine tomorrow. I'll let you know how that goes.