Dust off your bread maker! I have 4 fabulous bread machine recipes that you’re going to want to try. They’re favourites at our house, and I’m pretty sure that once you try them, they’ll be favourites at your house too.
There are a few bread machine recipes that I make time and time again, and have for years, because they’re just SO GOOD.
These recipes never let me down, they’re delicious every time, and the whole family loves them.
There are my bread machine dinner rolls, which are to-die-for (just read the comments at the bottom of that post; dozens of my readers feel the same way). There’s my homemade honey oat bread, which I make weekly in the winter. It’s seriously the best bread ever, and so amazing served with a hearty bowl of soup, stew or chilli.
Then, there are a couple of sweet breads that I love to make in my bread machine – homemade cinnamon rolls with cream cheese frosting, and banana chocolate chip bread. My family goes nuts for both of them.
Whether you’ve just bought a bread machine, or you’ve been using a bread maker for years, you’ll want to add the following recipes to your must-make list.
They’re the best! Give them a try! You won’t be disappointed.
Best Bread Machine Recipes
Bread Machine Dinner Roll Recipe
This bread machine dinner roll recipe makes the best homemade dinner rolls you’ll ever taste!
They’re light and fluffy and so delicious you’ll never want to eat a store-bought dinner roll again. You can bake and serve them right away or prepare your rolls a day ahead, and store them in the fridge until you’re ready to bake them.
Bread Machine Cinnamon Rolls
If you’re looking for an amazing dessert or treat to make in your bread maker, these Bread Machine Cinnamon Rolls are divine! They’re really fun to make too; my kids love helping with the rolling and slicing process.
You can bake your cinnamon rolls right away, or make them a day ahead in store in the fridge, or you can freeze them and bake at a later date.
Honey Oat Bread BreadMaker Recipe
This Bread Machine Honey Oat Bread is, my all-time favourite bread to make in my bread maker.
The texture is lovely – soft and slightly chewy, and a little sweeter than regular bread. This is the perfect bread for serving with a bowl of homemade soup when you’re looking for a hearty lunch or dinner, and it’s delicious toasted for sandwiches or breakfast too.
Bread Machine Banana Chocolate Chip Bread
You don’t need a loaf pan to make banana bread the you make it in your bread maker! This Bread Machine Banana Chocolate Chip Bread is easy and delicious, and a great way to use up over-ripe or frozen bananas.
I hope you love these recipes as much as we do. I’ll be adding a few more of my favourites to this post, so check back in soon.
How to convert regular bread recipes to bread machine recipes:
In the meantime, if you want to convert some of your regular homemade bread recipes to bread machine recipes, this post explains how to do it.
Looking to Buy a Bread Machine?
If you’re wondering what’s the best bread machine to buy.
I personally have a Regal Kitchen Pro, but my model is so old, it’s not even available anymore. Here’s a recent review of the best bread machines out there, along with a rundown of their features and prices.
These go wonderfully with our bread machine recipes:
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For easy bread recipes that don’t require a bread machine, check out:
- Delicious 20-Minute No-Rise Pizza Dough
- No-Yeast Pizza Dough
- 2-Ingredient No-Yeast Flatbread
- 2-Ingredient Pretzel Dough Recipe
Jackie is a mom, wife, home daycare provider, and the creative spirit behind Happy Hooligans. She specializes in kids’ crafts and activities, easy recipes, and parenting. She began blogging in 2011, and today, Happy Hooligans inspires more than 2 million parents, caregivers and Early Years Professionals all over the globe.
hi! love your site! I tried your honey oat bread and loved it…I’m wondering though, how did you come up with the 31 cal per slice? sounds too good to be true for such a great tasting bread…thx in advance!
Hey there! So glad you enjoyed the bread! It’s my family’s favourite. Thanks for the heads up about the calorie count in the recipe card. I think there must have been a glitch with the recipe program because as soon as I clicked “edit”, the 31 changed to 188, which sounds a lot more realistic!
Which bread maker do you use?
I have a Kitchen Aid bread machine, Anu. I love it. My previous machine was an Oster, and I loved that too, but I lost the paddle to it and couldn’t get a replacement for it. I loved that machine too.