Making fresh, delicious whole grain bread at home can be easily done with the use of a bread machine. This recipe contains lots of healthy ingredients to this like flax seeds, whole oats, raw sugar, extra virgin olive oil. Plus it's considerably cheaper than a "high quality" wheat bread from the store shelves.
This page contains bread machine recipes using whole wheat flour. Nutritious breads can be made in your bread machine using whole grain flours.
This page contains bread machine recipes for white bread. Having a good reliable recipe for the bread you like to make can keep your bread machine working for you.
This is a guide about sweet bread machine recipes. You can use your bread machine for a variety of sweet yeast breads.
You can successfully substitute all purpose flour for bread flour in you bread machine. This is a guide about recipes using all purpose flour in bread machine.
Making bread in a bread machine is convenient and time saving. You can easily make gluten free recipes in it too. This page contains gluten free bread machine recipes.
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By Robin from Washington, IA
Mix in order suggested for your machine. Use dough cycle. When dough is mixed let rise until doubled in bulk.
Remove and form into rolls or buns. Let rise for 30 minutes (or until doubled in size). Bake at 400 degrees F for 15 to 20 minutes.
By Robin from Washington, IA
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Does anyone know a good recipe for a bread maker? A recipe that doesn't make the bread so dense. Thanks.
By dee80 from San Jacinto
A recipe booklet came with my breadmaker and I'd be glad to make copies for you if you email me.
Use 3 1/2 cups of flour instead of 4, or reduce proportionately to what's called for in the recipe. I read this tip someplace and it works great.
I never bake my bread in the breadmaker. I mix it in there on dough cycle and take it out, shape it into loaf and bake it in oven. The second rise makes it lighter. What kind of bread are you making? If it is all whole wheat, you can get a product called wheat gluten, which is usually on the shelf by the flour in the grocery store. A tablespoon of that helps to keep wheat bread light. Do you use flour that is espcially made for breadmakers? That makes a difference too.
Is there a way to make white bread in a bread machine that is not so porous? The bread I made has little holes all in it and makes it harder to put a spread on evenly. It taste good, but is not what I wanted. I wanted sandwich bread.
I never liked how it came out in the bread makers. It mixes it well and I use it for that but when its time to cook it take it out of the mixer. Knead it just a couple of times, shape into a loaf and bake in a regular bread pan in the oven. Comes out fine and is a regular shaped bread with no big holes.