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    A good protein filled bread (perfect for toddlers who only eat a few bites of food at any given meal!) I prefer to dice the cheese, rather than grate it, because then the machine doesn't mash it all up and you get the occasional bite of cheese in the bread... but it works just as well grated! addendum: i've made this recipe a few times since posting, and have found that i've needed to add another 1/4 c. milk, and decreased the salt to about 1/4 tsp. i found that after a few tries as the original recipe that it was a little too dry and didn't rise as much as i'd like. the dryness could be because i live in a super dry climate, so it might not be so for everyone. and i'm sure the yeast issue was because i like a super cheesy bread, and there's a lot of salt in cheese... hope this helps!

    Recipe #366748

    1 Reviews |  By 2Bleu

    Use for pizza, bread, rolls, etc. Makes one 20 ounce ball of dough. Time does not include rise-time. It is easy to have fresh bread whenever you want it with only five minutes a day of active effort. For multiple loaves, Just mix the dough and let it sit for two hours. No kneading needed! Then shape and bake a loaf, and refrigerate the rest to use over the next couple weeks. Yes, weeks! The Master Recipe (below) makes enough dough for many loaves. When you want fresh-baked crusty bread, take some dough, shape it into a loaf, let it rise for about 20 minutes, then bake. Your house will smell like a bakery, and your family and friends will love you for it.

    Recipe #364426

    3 Reviews |  By FLGal

    I live in the Tampa area where cuban bread is a staple. This recipe makes bread that is as good as I can get from my local cuban bakery.

    Recipe #356558

    Large, Crusty Sandwich Rolls

    Recipe #349783

    This recipe originally came from the booklet that accompanied my bread machine. I've modified it a bit and it's my family's favorite bread. We use it for sandwiches, toasted with parmesean cheese for dinner and even just toasted with butter for breakfast!

    Recipe #176673

    8 Reviews |  By Dib's

    I made this last night for today's lunches. I would use more bacon next time, and maybe some shredded cheddar. Di

    Recipe #19530

    7 Reviews |  By Dib's

    For another Olive lover!

    Recipe #19532

    1 Reviews |  By Dib's

    This a great rustic loaf that pares well with wine and cheese. Toss in some fruit and a good book.................................... Prep time includes rise time.

    Recipe #53657

    This is so yummy! Great for any occation.

    Recipe #171840

    21 Reviews |  By Kim127

    I just saw this in a magazine and wanted to share. I'm new to the whole bread machine world but this sounded really good. I hope to make it soon! Cook time is approximate (depends on your machine).

    Recipe #62910

    23 Reviews |  By Kree

    This is a light and delicious loaf of bread made with instant mashed potato flakes. It was my first truly successful attempt at using my new bread machine, and I plan on making it again and again! If I didn't screw it up it must be foolproof! I found this online somewhere, but I'm ashamed to say I forgot where. This makes one 1 1/2 pound loaf.

    Recipe #89696

    I wanted to make a roasted garlic bread with cheese and couldn't find a recipe I liked, so I sort of made one up by combining a couple I found on the internet and after tweaking a little it turned out pretty good.

    Recipe #115191

    My family just calls them Aunt Kimmie's Pretzels! These are so good--no need to go to the mall just head for the kitchen!

    Recipe #45567

    My sister gave me this recipe soon after I brought home my bread machine. It's a staple in our house. Soft and fluffy and great for sandwiches or just to eat fresh out of the oven! UPDATE 3/25/2005 - I made this using the dough cycle of my bread maker today but baked it in the oven and it turned out perfectly! I baked it at 350°F for 25-30 minutes.

    Recipe #107868

    An Italianized version I created based on Quick & Delicious Bread Machine Recipes. The excessive herbs that the original recipe required intimidated me. I reduced the the quantity and changed the types of herbs.

    Recipe #109613

    262 Reviews |  By jean

    These golden, fluffy, butterfy rolls are great hot from the oven. The dough is very easy to shape. This recipe is from a QUICK COOKING magazine

    Recipe #65340

    I found this in CopyKat recipes a few years ago and I've been using it ever since. I don't think it tastes exactly like Pizzeria Uno, but it's pretty close. I've changed the recipe a little from the original to give it more flavor.

    Recipe #160491

    138 Reviews |  By Marie

    Serve these wonderfully soft breadsticks warm out of the oven, brushed with melted butter and sprinkled with Parmesan cheese. Goes really well served with Italian meals. Recipe from Quick Cooking.

    Recipe #104628

    Sometimes I just like a different type of bread. This one is tasty and different, and has the sour dough taste.

    Recipe #110469

    These are the best homemade buns for burgers they bake out soft and light and the dough is a pleasure to work with, they also make wonderful sandwich buns too, this will yield between 12-14 buns depending on how big you make them, I sometimes add in 1/2 teaspoon malt powder but it is not necessary --- Canadian residents can use all-purpose flour, U.S. residents use bread flour

    Recipe #117281

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