“Why is my bread so dense?” is the #1 question I receive from my readers. This post will address the most common causes of bread better used as a doorstop. Don’t miss the final section devoted to issues unique to bread machine users.
Bread recipes listed here include quick bread, biscuits, and yeast bread, both sweet and savory. 95% of the yeast breasts are made using a bread machine but alternate instructions are provided for those who would rather use a stand mixer or make their bread by hand.
Make this sourdough bread machine recipe with no yeast using the dough cycle. Shape by hand and bake in the oven for the best crumb and crust.
Try these Easy Orange Rolls–a simple sweet roll seasoned with orange peel and a hint of cardamom, then frosted with orange and cream cheese icing.
Mix this Bread Machine Cinnamon-Raisin Bread in your bread machine, roll it out by hand to get that classic swirl, and bake in your oven for the best crust.
Make these bread machine bread bowls to serve chili, chowder, or a creamy dip in a novel way. Eating the bowl is half the fun.
These Whole Wheat Rolls are mixed in a bread machine, shaped by hand, and baked in the oven. Remarkably light and airy texture.
This sourdough bread machine bread is a basic white loaf you mix with the DOUGH cycle and bake in an oven. Recipe includes instant yeast so making this bread won’t take all day.
This is the best bread machine pizza dough I’ve ever made. You can do it, too. Use the DOUGH cycle on your bread machine to make this flavorful crust.
These soft garlic bread machine breadsticks are easy to mix up and knead with a bread machine. They taste similar to the ones at Olive Garden.
The texture of these homemade sourdough bread rolls is soft and chewy with a close crumb and a beautiful crust. Depending on your starter, you’ll be able to taste the sourness in the best possible way.