A bread machine is a busy cook's best friend: Measure, pour, turn on - and your favorite bread (or new experiment) does all the leavening, pounding down, and baking on its own. Pull these recipes created just for bread machines, and serve your favorite hot loaves for dinner every night.
Prepare the dough in 15 minutes, then place it in a bread machine to make this flavorful and easy loaf.
For an interesting shape, place dough ball in a well-floured woven basket or wooden bowl. Let rise, then invert onto prepared baking sheet and bake as directed.
Tapenade is a condiment of olives and sweet peppers. Make a batch at home or buy it in the condiment section of grocery stores to make this bread machine recipe.
Pesto and Parmesan pair flavorfully in this sourdough bread.
Made in a bread machine, this fruit-studded sweet bread remains Italian, even with American ease in baking. It's easy to make and fun to serve.
The dough for these sesame-topped breadsticks is made in a bread machine.
Have all the favorite flavors of pumpkin pie baked into a moist yeast bread.
Make bagels at home! Discover how to get that distinctive chewy texture by boiling before baking.
Key Greek flavors--piquant kalamata olives, tangy feta cheese, and a touch of rosemary--reinvent a moist, high-rising country bread.
Shape strips of cinnamon-filled bread dough into an edible Christmas tree. Trim with candied green and red cherries for the ornaments.
Use red, green, and yellow sweet peppers for this colorful appetizer.
Don't be surprised by the surprise ingredient in this bread machine recipe. A jar of sweet potato baby food lends convenience and a wonderful flavor to this moist loaf.
Sour cream adds richness, lemon peel supplies flavor, and poppy seeds lend a bit of crunchy texture. Sliced thin and cut into decorative shapes, this bread could even be served at high tea.
Serve these spicy cheese breadsticks with bowls of chili. For milder tastes, substitute Monterey Jack cheese for the pepper cheese.
Originating from Milan, Italy, panettone (pahn-EHT-toh-nee) is served during Christmastime and other special occasions. Rich and wonderful, the fruit-and-nut filled bread is served for breakfast or dessert.
These rolls, sweet from honey-nut cream cheese and savory from thyme, pair well with soups and salads.