Yeast Bread Recipes from your Bread Making Machine

If you have already purchased your bread making machine, you may have run out of recipe options, and want to know what else you can bake. Yeast bread recipes are simple and quick, and once you have tried all the recipes that may be available in your free recipe booklet (most bread makers come with them), here of some additional baked goods ideas that you may enjoy.

Malt Loaf

Malt loaf is a dark fruity and sticky loaf, which uses malt flavoring and wheat or barley flour. It is a great recipe for a bread machine, because the device will ensure that all the ingredients are mixed evenly, giving the bread a sweet taste together with a great texture. The ingredients used in malt loaf recipes are affordable and easy to find, so you can make the bread the same day you find the recipe.

Malt Loaf

Malt Loaf

Banana Bread

Banana bread recipes will also turn out great when you prepare them in your bread maker. These yeast bread recipes not only combine the sweet taste of banana, but you can add walnuts or pecans, as well as savory ingredients such as cinnamon or nutmeg for a taste that your whole family will love. You may have a recipe for banana bread in the recipe booklet you received with your bread machine, but if not, you will have no shortage of places to look. There are cookbooks you can buy and websites you can try. However, you may find that there are more recipes than you anticipated and that you will have to narrow them down by either trying a bunch or guessing based on the ingredients listed which ones you might like.

Banana Bread

Banana Bread

Yeast bread recipes are not limited to sweet breads, however; you can make French style bread to use as an accompaniment to pasta or salad, or you can make rolls and biscuits for breakfast or dinner. Russian black bread may also be a welcome change from the traditional loaf for your family, and these are all yeast bread recipes you can make often.

When you are making bread with yeast, you will want to make sure that your bread machine will allow the dough to raise enough for the bread to be light and fluffy. You also want to make sure that your bread will bake evenly when you are trying out yeast bread recipes, so trying the recipe a few times before you bake it for guests is probably the best option. After all, home bread making is more about science than the creativity of the baker.

Nevertheless, even the most inexperienced home baker can achieve the satisfaction of baking a loaf of bread using a bread maker. The trick is to initially follow the recipes that come with the machine, taking special note of the ingredient quantities, which are tailored for your particular bread maker. When you start creating your own yeast bread recipes, you can use the free cookbook as a guide to converting the portions to suit your own machine. You should also write down the quantities and types of ingredients used in your own recipes so that when you eventually bake the perfect loaf, you will know exactly what you did to achieve that goal.