These beginner-friendly classic dinner rolls are so light and airy, you won’t believe it. A bread-machine recipe
Savory yeast bread is the opposite of sweet yeast bread--something you would most likely eat with a meal. Almost all of these recipes are designed to be mixed and kneaded in a bread machine but alternate directions are included for those who don't have access to a bread machine.
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.
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.
The softest dinner roll ever mixed in a bread machine. The Tanghzong technique makes them flaky, fluffy, and fresh-tasting for several days.
Light and fluffy yeast dinner rolls with Cheddar cheese kneaded into the dough. Rolls are sprinkled with Cheddar cheese before baking, resulting in a cheesy and chewy dinner roll.
An exceptionally light and soft sandwich bread with both whole wheat flour and white bread flour–you’ll be making this recipe on repeat!
A baked corn dog made with a yeasty cornbread dough, mixed in a bread machine–Wrap the dough around the hot dog and bake.
Now you can make classic brioche in your bread machine. You’ll also find directions for shaping a loaf, burger buns, dinner rolls and the classic brioche roll with a hat. There’s something for everybody!
Easy white bread recipe that baby boomers will love for simple sandwiches. Mixed in a bread machine but baked in the oven.