These beginner-friendly classic dinner rolls are so light and airy, you won’t believe it. A bread-machine recipe
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.
Try this French Bread recipe with directions for mixing in a bread machine. Shape the dough by hand, let it rise and bake in your oven for a superior crust and texture. Video included.
These Chocolate Cinnamon Rolls with Chocolate Frosting will remind you of chocolate donuts with chocolate frosting–except they are so much fresher. Great for kids and adults, alike!
Honey and Oatmeal Dinner Rolls are soft with a slightly crunchy crust. Rolled oats give them some chew and make them interesting. Despite the honey, they aren’t overly sweet.
This recipe for Bread-Machine Swedish Cardamom Braid (also known as Pulla Bread) is a sweet and rich yeast bread with a magic ingredient: cardamom. This is a keeper!!
This recipe for Hawaiian Bread Rolls mixed in a bread machine is a sweet and soft dinner roll clone of the Hawaiian bread sold at the grocery store. Try using these as slider buns. Eating sandwiches will be fun all over again!
A different way to use up those ripe bananas. Made but not baked in a bread machine. Cardamom is the secret ingredient.
Bread machine Rosemary Bread with fragrant rosemary, dried cherries and toasted pecans. Perfect for a Ham and Cheese Panini. Mixed and kneaded in a bread machine.
The softest dinner roll ever mixed in a bread machine. The Tanghzong technique makes them flaky, fluffy, and fresh-tasting for several days.
The flakiest homemade biscuits ever!!! Glazed with honey-butter. The secret ingredient is whey drained from yogurt (you can also use buttermilk).