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    This is pretty much a foolproof method for a wonderful white bread.

    Recipe #339905

    Taste of Home Magazine Who doesn't like warm, gooey cheesy bread right from the oven? Let Three-Cheese Garlic Bread from Judy Schut of Grand Rapids, Michigan tie the dinner together. This bread is bound to be a hit with everyone!

    Recipe #469031

    This is the most awesome wheat bread I have ever eaten. It is worth the extra effort and because this recipe makes 4 loaves, you can freeze them and have enough for awhile :) Rising time included in prep.

    Recipe #32607

    This recipe yields 12 standard-size hamburger buns or 36 petite ones that are just right for serving sliders.

    Recipe #476778

    I did a google search and found this recipe prefaced with a lot of different names. Since all of the recipes were identical I thought I would give it a try to deplete my large supply of raisin bran cereal. It made a small loaf but turned out quite yummy! Enjoy!

    Recipe #208015

    1 Reviews |  By Annacia

    Straight out of the Klondike, this recipe has been around for a long time. This process takes all day, but the smells that will fill your house while the bread is rising and baking will make it all worthwhile. You’ll probably find that at suppertime you’ll sit yourself down with a loaf of hot, fresh bread and a pound of butter and wonder how you ever got by without sourdough bread! The Dawson City Historical Complex commemorates the history of the Klondike, including the Gold Rush and the years that followed. Sourdough was an integral part of the harsh life of a miner during the Gold Rush. Sourdough starter was always available, either by borrowing some from a fellow miner or by starting one's own. Food was scarce in the Yukon and winters were long and lonely, so having some sourdough starter and a large bag of flour could greatly increase a miner’s quality of life. Up in the Klondike today there are people who still share sourdough starter which originally came over the Chilkoot Trail. It’s a great living tradition to keep alive, so share and share alike – pioneer style! Time does not include making the starter but does include rising time for the dough.

    Recipe #506175

    7 Reviews |  By Annacia

    This is a scrumptious sweet bread that is very fitting for any holiday breakfast or just when you want something special. This also works with Splenda in place of the sugar. Baking time is however long your machine takes. *EDIT*: On Jan 22 2009, I reduced the flour amount by a 1/2 cup and increased the sour cream from 1/3 to 1/2 cup. This will improve the workablity of the recipe. Thank you reviewers.

    Recipe #308947

    I call this a man's 'dessert'. Great for a football party or any gathering of men...if they can get it away from the women.

    Recipe #469515

    A delicious babka. I love the feel of this dough and work it by hand. But feel free to make this in your stand mixer with a dough hook, or prepare the dough in your bread maker. Be careful when twisting, if you twist too much, the dough will tear. Preparation time includes rising time - make your filling and streusel topping while your dough is rising.

    Recipe #498236

    This rich egg and butter bread has a light and tender crumb that will melt in your mouth. It is great to eat with butter and tastes fantastic in French toast.

    Recipe #496567

    It has taken me a while to find a good baguette recipe. Many are very complicated and take a long time to make and others aren't a true baguette at all (too soft, more like a white bread). I was very pleased with this recipe that I found on kingarthurflour.com and I love how easy it is! Make sure to start this the evening before you want the bread. Prep time includes rise times.

    Recipe #492473

    7 Reviews |  By Bayhill

    These yeasty rolls are great when you want dinner rolls and you are short on time.

    Recipe #142067

    Crispy crust, sourdough flavor in an easy French bread recipe.

    Recipe #180964

    98 Reviews |  By Marie

    The title says it all! Prep time does not include rising time.

    Recipe #60382

    1 Reviews |  By Annacia

    Quinoa is a high protein grain that has been grown in the Andes mountain regions of South America for hundreds of years. Recently 'redisovered' for it's nutritional properties, quinoa adds a pleasant chewiness and slighly nutty flavor to this wholesome bread. A slice of this high protein, high fiber quinoa bread for breakfast will easily tide you over until lunchtime. This bread stays moist for several days, slices well, and is great for sandwiches. PREP TIME: includes rise time. NOTE: this will make 1 large loaf or 2 9x5 loaves

    Recipe #455408

    My Dr was recently extolling the virtues of rye bread for the diabetic. More fiber and the lowest glycemic index of any bread. This recipe makes a small 1 lb loaf. Baking time is however long it takes your machine.

    Recipe #264809

    12 Reviews |  By Marie

    These rolls are initially baked for only 5 minutes, then cooled and frozen. Whenever you want fresh rolls, pull out amount needed and bake - no thawing necessary. They will taste as delicious as though you just made them. Great make aheads for company dinners.

    Recipe #111746

    Another recipe I found in my Taste of Home Magazine that I want to save until I can try it. Comment on the recipe states "tender, golden brown loaves with a great combination of seasonings sprinkled on top that make them go well with pretty much any meal or cut slices for sandwiches. Sounds good to me! Preparation time does not include rising. Finally got around to making this and the taste is so good, a very slight sweet flavor set off by the salty seed topping. As Annacia noted in her review it didn't rise as much as I'd like so wonderfing if next time I'd try it with bread flour for more glutin. Not sure but worth a try. At any rate the flavor was terrific.

    Recipe #300394

    If you thought naan was never something you could do yourself give this a try. I have made it multiple times with great success. Have fun mixing in other flavors you like and sopping up tasty sauces! Adapted ever so slightly from budgetbytes.

    Recipe #477397

    3 Reviews |  By duonyte

    Our very talented Chef #1244526 created this recipe (a modification of another of Joe's recipes) to substitute for the commercial products. I am posting it with his permission. Joe says that the trick is to let the dough rest after rolling it out so it does not shrink in size, and then to dock it with either a pizza docker or a fork. The same technique can be used with any bread dough to create these popular thins. Please note that the software rounds certain quantities, so I listed Joe's very precise measurements immediately after certain ingredients.

    Recipe #458394

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