Yes, you can make Granny’s famous rolls in a bread machine. Guidelines and pictures illustrate how you can convert a traditional bread recipe for use in a bread maker.
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.
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.
This dense and hearty rye bread boule is flavored with molasses and caraway seed. Make a “sponge” the night before in your bread machine, then add the remaining ingredients the next day. This simple step with give you a better texture and more complex flavor.
Find out how to make Ciabatta in your bread machine. I’ve included a few secrets for shaping the sticky dough so you won’t lose your mind. This advanced recipe is totally worth the trouble–the flavor is over the top.
These beginner-friendly classic dinner rolls are so light and airy, you won’t believe it. A bread-machine recipe
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.