Bread Maker Machine Recipes

Editor’s note: We are working on providing our audiences with all possible recipes for your bread machine. All recipes are fully tested to make sure both quality and the best outcome. All photos provided are real. Should there be any bread recipes, not provided, please contact us and we will post it! You can view all the recipes in a simple list here.

Zuni Indian Bread RecipeBy Steve NubieThe Zunis are a Native-American tribe that originally occupied parts of the American Southwest. Like their neighbors the Hopi and the Navajo, much of their food was defined by an agriculture based on corn or maize. That was the only ingredient in this ancient bread and is the primary ingredient in this contemporary interpretation of the original recipe.
Butternut Squash Bread RecipeBy Steve NubieButternut squash is often referred to as a winter squash. It’s naturally sweet and high in both vitamin-A and beta-carotene. While the squash itself imparts little flavor to the bread it does make the bread extra moist and lends a light, orange color to the texture. We’re going to take it up a notch with the addition of pumpkin pie spices like cinnamon, nutmeg, cloves and brown sugar.
Mango Cake RecipeBy Steve NubieMangoes are a tropical fruit with an orange color and citrusy, melon-like flavor. This recipe makes a cake bread or batter bread. It has the consistency of a pound cake when baked. You can make a Mango cake from start to finish in a bread machine, but you need a batter bread or cake bread setting.
Popovers RecipeBy Steve NubiePopovers tend to make rare appearances on many dinner tables. They’re usually served and reserved for Holidays and special occasions. And that’s too bad because they’re so easy to make and taste so good. Better yet, your bread machine can make this recipe easier. But there’s a catch.
Caraway Rye Bread RecipeBy Steve NubieCaraway Rye bread is a traditional Eastern European bread recipe.  It’s still popular across Russia, Germany and the Baltic states.  This was largely due to the fact that rye grains were easy to grow in bitter climates and not only grew well on farms but in the wild as well.
Panettone Bread RecipeBy Steve NubiePanettone is a classic Italian cake traditionally made for Christmas. It’s a light and fluffy fruit-cake. Most fruit cakes I’ve had in my time had the consistency of concrete, but Panettone is different. One of the things that makes it so light is the use of a yeast starter that’s allowed to ferment overnight. This starter is why a Panettone has a such a soft and tender texture. This step is sometimes referred to as “proofing.”
Ho Yin Bread RecipeBy Steve NubieHo Yin bread is a unique Chinese bread recipe. One of the things that makes it unique is the fact that China is not a traditional bread culture. Most of the starches in China fall in the category of rice or noodles. Yeast breads are rare but this one was made especially for children. What makes it appealing to kids are the orange, brown sugar and Chinese Five Spice Powder flavor notes.
Victorian Sponge Cake RecipeBy Steve NubieVictorian Sponge cake is a classic British recipe that was often served at high tea-time in the afternoon. The recipe and the tradition followed the British to their colonies from Hong Kong and India to The United States. It’s a light batter bread filled and topped with a red raspberry filling and then further topped with fresh red raspberries.
Sourdough Pizza Crust RecipeBy Steve NubieIn order to make a sourdough pizza crust you have to make a sourdough starter. You could buy a starter at some grocery stores like Whole Foods but making your own is easy. You can keep it going if you choose but for the sake of this recipe we’re going to make just enough for the crust.
Shepherd’s Bread RecipeBy Steve NubieShepherd’s bread was actually a mainstay for shepherds in Western Europe especially the Basque shepherds of Spain.  It appealed to them for a number of reasons.  For one, the recipe was very simple and easy for them to make.  They also enjoyed the durable and crusty nature of the bread due to the use of whole wheat flour.  Finally, the bread kept very well in a backpack or an over-the-shoulder pack without getting crushed.
Squaw Bread RecipeBy Steve NubieSquaw bread is the result of a curious hybrid of cultures.  Immigrant Germans and Native Americans.  The fundamental contribution from the German side was the use of rye flour to make their bread.  The Native Americans provided the other needed ingredients including honey, raisins, sea salt and cornmeal.  Other ingredients have found their way into the recipe from whole wheat flour to butter.  The resulting bread falls in the category of artisanal breads with good texture and a crispy crust. 
Pina Colada Bread RecipeBy Steve NubieAs the name implies, this bread has all of the flavor of a Pina Colada.  It combines the unique flavor notes of the drink in the recipe including crushed pineapple, pineapple juice, shredded coconut and even some rum.  If you don’t want to use rum you can substitute a mixture of molasses and water. 
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