I needed to make a regular loaf of white bread--no oatmeal, no buttermilk, no honey, no wheat flour--and this was perfect! Baked it in the machine, and it rose so high (used the 2 lb setting, light crust)! Thanks, DDW!
This bread turned out great with good texture. I added 1 cup of raisins at the end of the knead cycle and it made a very good raisin bread as well. Its a keeper! Thanks:)
I have not been able to find a white bread recipe my kids would eat. This one works! They LOVE it. I add fiber powder to offset the fact that it isn't whole wheat. Fab Thanks!!!
I have tried so many different recipes in search of the perfect bread machine recipe. I used bread flour and one full package of yeast and it turned out gourmet! This rose higher than any other recipe I've ever tried. Also the density of the bread was perfect. Not to airy, not to heavy. We loved it and my husband asked me to please tape the recipe to the bread machine so we never use anything else! Thaks for a awesome recipe.
I can cook anything but bread has always been a challenge. With this recipe and the broad machine on the dough cycle, everything came out perfect! Thanks!
I have used this recipe four or five times now. I have made this in loaf and roll form. Both turn out very nice. Highly recommend.
Love this recipe made it as bread or rolls and even great for making pepperoni rolls my whole family can't get enough we make a batch of rolls every week and sometimes even more they are the best soft and fluffy right out of the oven couldn't ask for a better recipe totally awesome..
Beautiful. I mixed in bread machine. Didn't have to add anything. Baked as a free form french loaf Baked in the oven at 375 for 23 minutes. Had a pie plate with boiling water on the bottom oven rack. If I hadn't eaten 1/2 right out of the oven I could have taken a picture!
Oh. My. Goodness! I just made these dinner rolls and had one warm, out of the oven. They are nearly perfect! The only thing missing is that I reduced the sugar to 2T to get it down to 3 WW pts. each. I would like them to be a little sweeter...maybe I'll use Splenda next time and add a little more (equivilant). I calculated WW pts. after I made them and found that using Splenda, they're only 2 pts! I made 16 rolls b/c I wanted an even number, and they filled my 13x9 pan nicely (pan wasn't full when I put it in the oven, but it was was after baking).