Breadmaker Recipes For Easy Homemade Bread
Enjoy homemade bread every day the easy way!
There is really nothing quite like waking up to the smell of freshly baked homemade bread, or coming back home after a day's of hard work to find a fresh warm loaf you have made yourself, waiting for you.
While the art of breadmaking is flourishing and there are now many high end bakeries producing hundreds of varieties for all tastes, there is nothing compared to baking and eating your own, using whatever recipes you want and experimenting with different types of flour and ingredients. Needless to say, this has always been the case, but very few people could afford the time and energy needed for daily mixing, kneading and baking. This is a problem easily solved with the use of a breadmaking machine. These wonderful kitchen appliances will mix, knead, rise and bake for you, so the only thing left to do is pick your favorite recipe, add the ingredients and enjoy!
Here is a collection of my favorite breadmaker recipes. I hope you enjoy them as much as my family does!
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Homemade Belgian Beer and Honey Recipe
500 gr all purpose flour
330 ml beer
30 gr dry yeast
40 gr honey
50 ml olive oil
1 tsp salt
1.Pour the beer into the breadmaker.
2. Add the olive oil, egg and honey.
3. Add the flour and salt
4. Add the dry yeast.
Program the breadmaker to "Normal" and enjoy!
Best Panasonic Breadmakers
Top rated on hundreds of customer reviews. This is essentially the same Panasonic model, but with or without the automatic yeast dispenser and fruit/nuts dispenser
Whole wheat grain bread
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500 gr whole wheat flour
320 ml water
1 tsp salt
1 tbs sugar
1 tbs oil
2 tbs sesame seeds
2 tbs aniseed
2 tbs sunflower seeds
2 tbs pumpkin seeds
1 packet dry yeast
1. Pour the water in the breadmaker
2. Add the oil
3. Add the flour, salt and sugar
4. Add the yeast
5. Program the appliance to "whole wheat".
6. In a few minutes, you will hear a chime. Add all the seeds and wait for the machine to complete its baking cycle.
Do you already have a breadmaker?
If you already own a a breamaker, good for you! You are one of those lucky people who can effortlessly enjoy fresh homemade bread every day. If you have been baking at home even before buying one, you probably have a collection of recipes and have long ago figured out how to adjust them for use with these appliances. Most of the time, this simply means adjusting the quatities, since the majority of breadmakers operate with a maximum load of 500 gr of flour, sometimes less. If you do not already own a breadmaker, maybe this is the time to consider buying one. It will really make your life so much easier and tastier! Here is a collection of the best ones currently available on the market by brand. For detailled reviews on specific models, you may want to visit my other lenses.
Best Zojirushi Breadmakers
Read my reviews of the best breadmakers available
When my old bread machine "died" a few months ago after years of daily use, I did a very thorough market research to help me decide on a new model. If you are planning on buying a breadmaker, these reviews may be helpful.
- The Zojirushi Home Bakery Supreme
Top rated, bakes 2-pound rectangular loaves
- Cuisinart CBK-100
Makes various kinds of bread and doughs, up to 2 pounds
- Panasonic SD-YD automatic Breadmaker with yeast dispenser
Top rated, with many options, excellent value for money
- Zojirushi BB-HAC 10 Mini Breadmaker
Bakesr 1 pound loaves. Many settings and options, excellent choice for small households
- Oster 2-pound Expressbake
A good, basic, affordable breadmaker
Easy Banana and Walnut recipe
120 ml milk
4 tbs vegetable oil
1 large cup of peeled and mashed bananas
1/2 cup white sugar
1/2 cup brown sugar
1/2 cup chopped walnuts
2 cups all purpose flour
2 tsp baking soda
2 tsp salt
1. Pour the milk and oil into the machine
2. Add the eggs and banana
3. Add the flour, sugar and salt
4. Add the baking soda
5. Add the chopped walnuts
Program to "Normal" and enjoy!
Best Cuisinart Breadmakers
1 1/8 cup water
2 tbs butter or olive oil
2 tbs white sugar
1 tsp salt
1 tsp cinammon
3 cups of all purpose white flour
1 packet dry yeast
3/4 cup raisins
Pour all the liquids first, then add the flour, sugar, salt, and yeast. Program to "Full wheat" and as soon as you hear the chime, add the raisins.
Best Oster and Breadman Breadmakers
When using a breadmaker, you should always pour the liquids in first, then the flour and all dry ingredients and add the yeast at the top
What else do you need for baking at home? - Recipe books, cutting boards and more
On Amazon you may find a huge collection of top rated cooking books full of yummy bread recipes especially designed for breadmakers. You can also find many helpful kitchen items like wooden cutting boards, bread bins, baskets and cooling racks, all of which will make your baking experience at home so much more enjoyable
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