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All posts tagged Bread machine

This is going to be your new favourite maple pecan bread. It is rich, moist, and sweetened with maple only to get that delicious depth of flavour. And it has one of the best nuts in it! Pecans work so well with maple syrup, and they provide a nice contrast in texture to the loaf. Read more
A dark honey wheat bread that is made sweet by the addition of honey and molasses. The loaf's iconic dark colour comes from 3 ingredients: cocoa powder, molasses, and coffee. The results are nothing short of mouth-watering. Read more
This milk bread is the lightest, softest, fluffiest loaf you will come across that is perfect for everyday use. It is closer to a brioche in texture but without that slight sweetness. If you are looking for the homemade equivalent of Wonder Bread, you will definitely want to try this white bread! Read more
This whole wheat bread is the best. It is packed with fibre and healthy goodness, wheaty, full of flavour, and great texture. It is delicious for breakfast or thinly sliced for sandwiches. You should try this recipe and let me know what you think. Read more
The tender loaf has a pleasant dill and onion flavour. The aroma when it is baking will have your mouth watering. Read more
Moist, easy to slice, and 100% whole wheat, this bread uses orange juice for part of the liquid, which neutralizes any potential bitter taste of whole wheat. This Orange Whole Wheat Bread is exceptional. In addition to being delicious, it makes the house smell amazing the whole time it is cooking! Read more
A basic recipe for gluten-free pizza dough that is soft and has just the right amount of chewiness, and when par-baked, it bakes up crispy on the bottom. And it is so easy to make. Making your own gluten-free pizza crust is so worth it! No more frozen gluten-free pizzas or overpriced pizzas from restaurants. Read more
Focaccia is a wonderful thing to have on hand. Crispy outside and light and fluffy inside. It is really quite delicious! Try it warm with a glass of deep red wine and a wedge of cheese on the side. Read more
 
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