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Where to Buy Bread Maker Machine Recipe Books at cheaper prices?

Updated on February 18, 2014

Best Bread Machine Cookbooks

If you have a Home Bread Making Machine or even an Industrial version, it is advisable that you invest on some good Cook Books. These cook books have various recipes for the bread lover to experiment on. All major Bread machines come with Instruction Manual and some Basic Recipes, but if you want the best out of your machine then you should buy a Recipe Book specially designed for baking breads in the bread maker machine. These recipe books can help you bake mouth watering varieties of breads for friends and family which are not available at any shop or departmental store. Since you are making the bread, you can also ensure that the breads are made in a healthy and hygienic manner. If you have children in the house who demand variety, these cookbooks can be a real blessing.

Where to Buy Bread Machine Cookbooks?
Where to Buy Bread Machine Cookbooks?

Bread Machine Recipe Books

If you are a beginner then a book like Bread Machines for Dummies can walk you through the procedure of making breads on the bread machine. If you are a lover of Healthy Cooking then I highly recommend The Best Low-Fat, No-Sugar Bread Machine Cookbook Ever which had over 150 irresistible bread recipes including Banana Buttermilk Bread, Bran Muffin Bread, Cinnamon raisin Bread, Seven-Grain Bread, Sourdough Rye Bread and Lentil Bread etc which are considered very healthy. This is a must have if you have Diabetes Patients in your household. Another excellent cook book is the 125 Best Gluten-Free Bread Machine Recipes by Donna Washburn and Heather Butt. You would be amazed to know that the recipes in this Cookbook not only taste great but are specifically designed to meet the exacting requirements of bread machines. Some of the wonderful Bread Recipes you would find in this Cookbook are Banana seed bread, Brown bread, Cornbread, Cranberry wild rice bread, Italian herb bread, Sourdough walnut bread, Tomato rosemary bread etc. This recipe book is a must have if you have someone in the family with gluten sensitivities or allergies. Whether you have gluten intolerance or not I must say that all the recipes I tried tasted great. Another one of my favorites is the 300 Best Bread Machine Recipes by the same authors which also has recipes for other foods that can be made in a bread machine like pasta, cakes and cookies.

After buying the Bread Maker, I looked for a Bread Recipes Book from reputed bookstores like Crosswords and Higginbotham’s and was really disappointed with the choice and variety available there. I desperately wanted to get some good cook books fast so that I can experiment on my machine but had to turn to online shopping when I could not find what I wanted at the local bookstores. I was amazed by the wide variety of books on offer when I browsed on my favorite online shopping place Amazon and placed orders for 3 cookbooks in no time. Amazon has a wide variety of books available for all budgets and suiting the different requirements of the purchaser with reviews as well. You can also get Amazon Kindle Editions of many of these Recipe Books and probably at cheaper prices too!

So what are you waiting for? Go ahead and buy a Cook book and make your family happy by making tasty breads at your home in your Bread Making Machine.


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    Sonia Sood 4 years ago from Mumbai

    I know that using a Bread maker is time consuming. But as I said when you make bread at home you can ensure the quality and also get the satisfaction of cooking for loved ones. Thanks for the visit and appreciation.

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    Jo Alexis-Hagues 4 years ago from Bedfordshire, U.K

    It is great to make your own bread, as you've said, we have control over the environment hygienically, and we can decide what we add to our bread. I just need to remember where I last saw my bread making machine :).

    Voting up and useful.