V-8 Tomato Bread

"Many years ago, a friend of mine bought some tomato bread at the store and served it with spinach dip. I searched high and low for a recipe and could never find one so I made my own. After many failures and starting out with tomato sauce, I finally settled on V-8 juice. Of course, when I got a bread machine, I had to re-do the recipe!! I am always asked for this recipe!! Hope you enjoy it!"
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Ready In:
3hrs 15mins
1 loaf




  • In the bread machine pan, place all ingredients (except the dried tomatoes) in the order suggested by the manufacturer.
  • Use the 'basic' bread setting and'light' crust color.
  • Bake according to your machine directions.
  • When the machine beeps during the kneading cycle, add the dried tomatoes a few at a time until they are kneaded into the dough.

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  1. Sue-b-doo
    I have been lucky enough to enjoy Miss~V's cooking!! It is all amazing...the ONLY problem is I EAT TOO MUCH OF IT!!!!
  2. L. Davenport
    This is incredible!!! It didn't last long once my husband got into it. The only additions I made were a tablespoon each of dried onion flakes and dried sweet bell peppers. I'll certainly be making this one again soon!! Thanks for the great recipe!
  3. midnight w.
    Delicious!! Made this with tomato juice cuz it's all we had, plus had to add a smidgen of flour because it seemed too wet in the machine, but the end result was still fabulous!


I grew up in a small town in southwest Virginia but have now settled down in the mountains of Tennessee. I have also lived in Oklahoma, Texas, Alaska and Washington. Throughout the years, I have met lots of wonderful people and made some great lifelong friends who share my love for cooking. I always enjoy all the new dishes that my friends and family share with me. I love to entertain and have friends and family over and they love to come and eat!! My kitchen is always open with good food and warm conversation! My motto is: The recipe that is not shared with others will soon be forgotten; but when it is shared, it will be enjoyed by future generations.
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