@googie98: This is a delicious recipe for rye bread that has molasses in it. It is very simple to make. You need approximately 4 cups of whole rye flour and 4 cups of white wheat flour, 2 Tbsp. molasses, ½ pint tepid water, 2 tsp. dried yeast, 2 Tbsp. oil, and a little salt.
Mix together your flours and a tsp. of salt. Add the molasses to the tepid water. Add the yeast and let it sit for about 20 minutes.
Make a dip in the center of your flour and add the molasses mix. Add the oil and work it all into the flour gradually. Your dough should be fairly sticky. Knead the mixture for about five minutes. Set out to rise for a couple of hours. It should double in size.
Knock your dough down with your fists and knead it once more. Divide into loaves and shape them. I use a bread tin. Cover and let the dough rise again.
Bake for about 30-40 minutes.