Bread Machine White Bread

Ingredients for Bread Machine White Bread
Ingredients for Bread Machine White Bread

Try this easy to make Bread Machine White Bread!

White bread is a staple in most homes in today’s modern era. White Bread may not be the healthiest of bread choices, but it is one of the tastiest. What it lacks in nutritional depth, it makes up in flavor. Just like your favorite desserts, it is nice to splurge once in a while on a favorite treat. It does not have to be a burden or struggle to make homemade white bread. With the invention of the bread machine, it is easier now than ever before. Today we are sharing our favorite Bread Machine White Bread.

Adding warm water to bread pan
Adding warm water to bread pan

Of course, I tried the recipes that came in the recipe book with the machine, but they left me wanting more.

A few years back I was given a Bread Machine as a Christmas present. I love homemade bread but did not always have the time to make it, so I asked for a bread machine for Christmas. Of course, I tried the recipes that came in the recipe book with the machine, but they left me wanting more. That is when my search sent me to the internet and I found Ron’s White Bread recipe. I tried it a few times and tweaked it a little to suit my needs. That is where this recipe comes into play. This bread is full of flavor and is light and airy. Perfect for sandwiches, grilled cheeses, and the best french toast you have ever had.

In this post, I  will give you step by step process on how to make the perfect Bread Machine White Bread. I am sure this Bread Machine White bread will become a household favorite as it is in mine. Please share this recipe with your friends and family.

 

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Try this easy to make Bread Machine White Bread. I have tried them all and this is the best one. Adopted from Ron's White Bread Recipe.
Bread Machine White Bread
Course
Breads
Prep Time 5 minutes
Cook Time 2hrs 50 minutes
Servings
Loaf
Ingredients
Course Breads
Prep Time 5 minutes
Cook Time 2hrs 50 minutes
Servings
Loaf
Ingredients
Bread Machine White Bread
Instructions
  1. Add the ingredients in the bread pan they way they are listed from first to last. Your yeast should be sitting on top of the flour. To add to the flavor, you can add a few pats of butter on top of the flour also.
    Ingredients in bread machine bread pan
  2. Put bread pan in the bread machine and use setting number 1 with a loaf size 1 to 1.5lbs and a medium crust.
    Bread Machine Settings
  3. Once bread is almost done, check for internal temperature with a instant read thermometer
    Internal temperature should be close to 190 degrees
  4. Once it reaches 190 degrees internal temperature, remove bread pan. Even a few degrees over can be bad. It will cause your bread to dry out faster so do not skip this step.
  5. Remove bread from pan immedialty and place bread on a cooling rack.
  6. Allow bread to come to room temperature before slicing or storing.
Recipe Notes

You may have to open the lid on your bread machine when it first starts to mix and scrape the sides. If the dough appears dry and crumbly, add water slowly a teaspoon at a time until it forms a nice smooth ball. If it is sticky, add a teaspoon of flour until dough forms a nice smooth ball. Most bread machines offer a period during the rising stage where you can add dry ingredients such as poppy seeds, nuts, chia seeds, or any other type of seeds and nuts. This is a great option to fortify your bread.

2 thoughts on “Bread Machine White Bread

  1. Reply
    craftycookingamanda - January 23, 2017

    Looks awesome – I love all things bread! I make bread often but have never tried a bread machine.

    1. Reply
      Southern Food Junkie - January 24, 2017

      Thanks! You should give a bread machine a try. It’s pretty much set it and forget it. When I first got one I tried a lot of recipes till I found this one. I tweak it and it always comes out perfect!

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