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Nothing beats the mouthwatering aroma of freshly baked bread wafting through your home. It's a scent that makes and brings back memories across generations. Bread is a staple of many diets, yet all too often we rely on processed, packaged loaves that are low in nutrients and generic in taste. It doesn't have to be that way. With more than 100 delicious and inspiring recipe Nothing beats the mouthwatering aroma of freshly baked bread wafting through your home. It's a scent that makes and brings back memories across generations. Bread is a staple of many diets, yet all too often we rely on processed, packaged loaves that are low in nutrients and generic in taste. It doesn't have to be that way. With more than 100 delicious and inspiring recipes, I Love My Bread Machine will show off the surprising versatility of your bread machine. The book begins with an authoritative introduction to lay out the basics of various bread machines and how they work, an overview of key ingredients, shaping techniques and the finishing touches to ensure perfect results every time. The chapters that follow present a collection of superb recipes for breads of all kinds, including everyday loaves, rolls, knots and twists, quick flatbreads, herb-filled focaccias and festive breads for special occasions. Also included is a selection of gluten-free recipes that don't compromise on texture and flavour. All recipes are clear and easy-to-follow, with preparation and baking times highlighted for each. Whether you're a complete novice or an experienced baker, I Love My Bread Machine will give you the skills and inspiration to master your bread machine. You and your family can enjoy fresh, nutritious bread at home any time you like.


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Nothing beats the mouthwatering aroma of freshly baked bread wafting through your home. It's a scent that makes and brings back memories across generations. Bread is a staple of many diets, yet all too often we rely on processed, packaged loaves that are low in nutrients and generic in taste. It doesn't have to be that way. With more than 100 delicious and inspiring recipe Nothing beats the mouthwatering aroma of freshly baked bread wafting through your home. It's a scent that makes and brings back memories across generations. Bread is a staple of many diets, yet all too often we rely on processed, packaged loaves that are low in nutrients and generic in taste. It doesn't have to be that way. With more than 100 delicious and inspiring recipes, I Love My Bread Machine will show off the surprising versatility of your bread machine. The book begins with an authoritative introduction to lay out the basics of various bread machines and how they work, an overview of key ingredients, shaping techniques and the finishing touches to ensure perfect results every time. The chapters that follow present a collection of superb recipes for breads of all kinds, including everyday loaves, rolls, knots and twists, quick flatbreads, herb-filled focaccias and festive breads for special occasions. Also included is a selection of gluten-free recipes that don't compromise on texture and flavour. All recipes are clear and easy-to-follow, with preparation and baking times highlighted for each. Whether you're a complete novice or an experienced baker, I Love My Bread Machine will give you the skills and inspiration to master your bread machine. You and your family can enjoy fresh, nutritious bread at home any time you like.

47 review for I Love My Bread Machine: More Than 100 Recipes for Delicious Home Baking

  1. 5 out of 5

    Carolyn

    I first learnt to make bread many years ago at an evening college and loved the the process of hand kneading and watching the dough rise and then pulling a fragrant freshly baked loaf from the oven. That warm yeasty smell in the kitchen is so homely and comforting. Since then I have acquired a bread machine and use it to make perfectly good basic white and wholemeal bread and dough for pizza and dinner rolls. But I have not really experimented with making different types of bread. Since browsing I first learnt to make bread many years ago at an evening college and loved the the process of hand kneading and watching the dough rise and then pulling a fragrant freshly baked loaf from the oven. That warm yeasty smell in the kitchen is so homely and comforting. Since then I have acquired a bread machine and use it to make perfectly good basic white and wholemeal bread and dough for pizza and dinner rolls. But I have not really experimented with making different types of bread. Since browsing this book all that is about to change. There are so many exciting recipes that I just have to try out. Over a hundred recipes for breads containing cheese, herbs, sundried tomatoes, seeds or olives, recipes for all manner of flat breads and rolls. Foccaccia, panini, croissants, naan, brioche, panettone, fruit breads and teabreads. The list is extensive and exciting! There is even a gluten-free section with a range of sweet and savoury breads and a section of quick, no-knead breads. Not all of the recipes can be baked in your bread machine but the machine can be used to knead and rise the dough, allowing you to then shape it into braids or cobs or rolls and bake in the oven. There are some photos of the breads in the book, although there is not one for each recipe which I would have preferred. The introductory section of the book discusses the various ingredients and processes involved which will be useful for those new to bread making. Some trouble shooting tips for those new to bread machines might also have been a useful addition. So far I have baked the caraway cheese loaf which turned out well and was rapidly consumed by the family and the garden herb bread recipe was also delicious and a joy to eat with homemade tomato soup. Next on my list to try is the Greek black olive bread and the lemon, blueberry loaf. Yum! I received an electronic copy of this book to read and review from Netgalley and found the format easy to use on my iPad propped up on the kitchen bench next to the breadmaker. I liked the book so much that I have also ordered a hard copy of the book to add to my collection of bread books. With many thanks to Netgalley and the publisher Nourish for a copy of the book to read and review

  2. 4 out of 5

    Selena

    I received a free electronic copy of I Love My Bread Machine: More Than 100 Recipes for Delicious Home Baking by Anne Sheasby from NetGalley for my honest review. First of all who doesn't love a great slice of homemade bread. I don't eat a lot of bread because of the carbs of course but I still love it on occasion. If I am going to have bread I want a nice fresh loaf of homemade bread and I will even bake it for my son to take for sandwiches to school. I do cook Gluten free which this book inclu I received a free electronic copy of I Love My Bread Machine: More Than 100 Recipes for Delicious Home Baking by Anne Sheasby from NetGalley for my honest review. First of all who doesn't love a great slice of homemade bread. I don't eat a lot of bread because of the carbs of course but I still love it on occasion. If I am going to have bread I want a nice fresh loaf of homemade bread and I will even bake it for my son to take for sandwiches to school. I do cook Gluten free which this book included recipes for. My only wish is for more Gluten free recipes. Purists view bread making as an art. They find the process of making bread by hand therapeutic and a form of creativity. Then there's the rest of us. For the rest of us we want the delightful smells and yummy taste of a fresh made loaf of bread but just don't have the time. This is where the bread machine comes into play. I L-O-V-E my bread machine. In Anne Sheasby's book, she provides readers with easy to make and very informative recipes. She has even included some Gluten-free recipes. (By the Fresh Herb Gluten Free bread is to die for.) This is a great recipe book for homemade breads.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Saffron Garey

    Some fun ideas.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Crittermom

    I Love My Bread Machine has recipes taken from the 2009 Bread Machine Bible.  There are of course plenty of updates and additions that make this book worthwhile.  There are a variety of whole grain recipes using specialty grains as well as a number of gluten free recipes.  I liked that it has a section specifically devoted to flat breads - pitas, naan, foccaccia (I tried the sundried tomato and olive foccacia and it came out quite good) as well as a large variety of breads shaped by hand.  From I Love My Bread Machine has recipes taken from the 2009 Bread Machine Bible.  There are of course plenty of updates and additions that make this book worthwhile.  There are a variety of whole grain recipes using specialty grains as well as a number of gluten free recipes.  I liked that it has a section specifically devoted to flat breads - pitas, naan, foccaccia (I tried the sundried tomato and olive foccacia and it came out quite good) as well as a large variety of breads shaped by hand.  From sandwich breads to cottage loaves to tea breads, I Love My Bread Machine has recipes that cater to a wide range of tastes. This book has a lot of information that is good for cooks who want to learn more traditional bread shaping techniques.  It is a good choice for busy cooks who like a beautiful result but don’t have a lot of time to invest.  You have a lot of options when you are using a bread machine.   (If you don’t currently have one but are interested in trying one out, you can generally get a bread machine for around $10-$15 from local thrift stores; otherwise new ones aren’t very expensive online)  The only thing I didn’t care for was that some recipes (only a handful) called for bread machine mixes.  Those are very hard to come by.  I would have liked an alternate form of those recipes that didn’t require a mix.  Still when you consider both the number and the variety of recipes, I Love My Bread Machine is an excellent book.  It showcases the wide assortment of breads you can make quickly and easily with the help of a bread machine. 4 / 5 I received a copy of I Love My Bread Machine from the publisher and Netgalley.com in exchange for an honest review. --Crittermom

  5. 5 out of 5

    3 no 7

    I must admit that before I got this book, I “liked” my bread machine, but I certainly did not LOVE it. I made basic bread using a recipe that came with the machine, and we loved it. However, that was about it. WELL NO MORE. “I love my Bread Machine” has recipes for things that I never would have imagined could be made in a bread machine. There are over 100 recipes in this book, including that one basic white bread that I made and loved, as well as specialty breads, rolls, teatime treats, gluten- I must admit that before I got this book, I “liked” my bread machine, but I certainly did not LOVE it. I made basic bread using a recipe that came with the machine, and we loved it. However, that was about it. WELL NO MORE. “I love my Bread Machine” has recipes for things that I never would have imagined could be made in a bread machine. There are over 100 recipes in this book, including that one basic white bread that I made and loved, as well as specialty breads, rolls, teatime treats, gluten-free bread, and more. The step-by-step directions are easy to follow, and there are even explanations of various ingredients and their role in bread making. The color photographs made me want to start baking (and eating) immediately. “I love my Bread Machine” took that old bread machine that had been gathering dust in the cupboard and turned it into an actual multi-faceted cooking appliance. This book showed me how to use features that I did not even know my bread machine had. I received a copy of “I Love My Bread Machine” from Nourish, Anne Sheasby, and Net Galley in exchange for my review. Now I really do LOVE my bread machine.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Diane Hernandez

    I Love My Bread Machine contains 176 pages of yummy photos and 108 delicious sounding recipes. The book contains traditional white and wheat breads and so much more. The recipes includes breads and rolls that are kneaded by the bread machine but shaped by hand and then baked in an oven. Those breads include flat breads like pizza, naan, pita, and focaccia as well as bagels. There are also quick bread recipes, using baking powder rather than yeast, where the ingredients are combined outside the b I Love My Bread Machine contains 176 pages of yummy photos and 108 delicious sounding recipes. The book contains traditional white and wheat breads and so much more. The recipes includes breads and rolls that are kneaded by the bread machine but shaped by hand and then baked in an oven. Those breads include flat breads like pizza, naan, pita, and focaccia as well as bagels. There are also quick bread recipes, using baking powder rather than yeast, where the ingredients are combined outside the bread machine and only the baking function of the machine is used. These recipes include gingerbread and a fruit & spice bread that looks like a lighter fruit cake as well as a variation on banana bread. One chapter includes many breads from foreign lands such as French brioche, Italian panettone, and English lardy cake in addition to the familiar doughnuts and English muffins. There is an entire chapter devoted to teabreads and teacakes. There is another containing ten gluten-free bread recipes that are variations on regular breads from earlier chapters. There is also an extensive introduction with tips and tricks for both using a bread machine and adapting personal recipes for bread machine use. Before reviewing cookbooks, I always try to make a few of their recipes. Using my old faithful Sunbeam bread machine purchased at least twenty years ago, I started with the two simplest white and wheat breads. They looked beautiful up until the end of the baking cycle when they fell like a volcanic caldera. They still tasted delicious but it is hard to make a sandwich with 3" tall bread. I thought there might be an issue with my bread machine so I cooked my favorite white bread that I have been making for years and it baked fine. So while I Love My Bread Machine's recipes look delicious, they obviously won't work in every bread machine. In addition, I'm not sure of the benefit of cooking quick breads in a bread machine rather than in a pan in an oven--possibly a broken oven or a hot day where the oven would heat up the house? For these reasons, I'm giving the book 3 stars. Thanks to the publisher, Nourish Books, and netgalley for an advanced review copy of this book in exchange for my honest review.

  7. 4 out of 5

    DelAnne Frazee

    Title: I Love My Bread Machine - More than 100 Recipes For Delicious Home Baking Author: Anne Sheasby Publisher: Nourish Published: 9-19-2017 Pages: 176 Genre: Cooking, Food & Wine Sub-Genre: Cookbooks, Bread Making, Rice & Grains, Cooking By Ingredient ISBN: 978-1848993174 ASIN: B01NamO9V9 Reviewed For NetGalley and Nourish Reviewer: DelAnne Rating: 4.5 Stars That little Bread Maker is great, right? Fresh bread whenever you want some, but those prepackaged bread mixes can be expensive and the variety is l Title: I Love My Bread Machine - More than 100 Recipes For Delicious Home Baking Author: Anne Sheasby Publisher: Nourish Published: 9-19-2017 Pages: 176 Genre: Cooking, Food & Wine Sub-Genre: Cookbooks, Bread Making, Rice & Grains, Cooking By Ingredient ISBN: 978-1848993174 ASIN: B01NamO9V9 Reviewed For NetGalley and Nourish Reviewer: DelAnne Rating: 4.5 Stars That little Bread Maker is great, right? Fresh bread whenever you want some, but those prepackaged bread mixes can be expensive and the variety is limited. Well, here are over 100 recipes for Breads, Rolls and other items. Cheesy Garlic Knots , Braided breads, Sun-Dried Tomato Bread, that would be great for a grilled ham & cheese. The uses are endless and so are your choices. Put that little Bread Machine t o work more often. My rating of "I Love My Bread Machine - More than 100 Recipes For Delicious Home Baking" is 4.5 out of 5 stars. Amazon Link: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01NAMO9V9/... B&N Link: https://www.barnesandnoble.com/w/i-lo... Books-A-Million Link: http://www.booksamillion.com/p/Love-M... Google Play Link: Not Available Indigo Link: https://www.chapters.indigo.ca/en-ca/... GoodReads Link: https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/3... Kobo Link: https://www.kobo.com/us/en/ebook/i-lo... The Reading Room Link: https://www.facebook.com/permalink.ph... Twitter Link: https://twitter.com/DelAnne531/status...

  8. 5 out of 5

    Vanessa

    Big thank you Netgalley for letting me review I love my Bread machine by Anne Sheasby and give an honest review. My bread machine is my best friend in my country kitchen and is always out and being used. So reviewing this lovely well illustrated book made me smile. You can't beat a warm kitchen smelling of fresh baked bread.....Plus, it never lasts long in my house! The introduction to this book was brilliant and explained what flour(s) to use, yeast, sugars, salt, liquids etc then it went to br Big thank you Netgalley for letting me review I love my Bread machine by Anne Sheasby and give an honest review. My bread machine is my best friend in my country kitchen and is always out and being used. So reviewing this lovely well illustrated book made me smile. You can't beat a warm kitchen smelling of fresh baked bread.....Plus, it never lasts long in my house! The introduction to this book was brilliant and explained what flour(s) to use, yeast, sugars, salt, liquids etc then it went to bread making techniques, how to knead, re-shape your bread etc and then how to store your bread once cooked, if it lasts that long! This book has over a hundred recipes for breads containing cheese, herbs, sun-dried tomatoes, seeds or olives etc. It even has recipes for flat breads and rolls and even cheese and bacon bread Plus coconut bread which was amazing. Focaccia, panini, croissants, naan, brioche, panettone, fruit breads and tea breads and even doughnuts! The recipes are just amazing and exciting! There's even a gluten-free section with a range of sweet and savoury breads and a section of quick, no-knead breads. Which I found brilliant. Hoorah at last! Your bread machine has many functions and we don't usually used these. But this book shows you the uses of the machine has to offer; Like kneading, it can rise the dough which allows you to take the dough out to re-shape without using your bread making to bake the bread. So you can bake it in the oven which is brilliant. I just loved this book throughout and I will be purchasing this book when it comes out and it will have a place in my kitchen. 5 stars from me and will recommend this book to friends who love to make bread etc.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Chris From RecipesNow!

    When you want to sell a house they suggest you bake some bread. So powerful is the smell (and taste) of baking bread, it will make you feel at home right away. Bread Machines help make bread making easier. With “I Love My Bread Machine” by Anne Sheasby I found some really tasty bread recipes for almost any occasion. The Bread Basics section has some excellent information about the best ingredients to use and what to look for in a good machine. The section on flours I found to be particularly help When you want to sell a house they suggest you bake some bread. So powerful is the smell (and taste) of baking bread, it will make you feel at home right away. Bread Machines help make bread making easier. With “I Love My Bread Machine” by Anne Sheasby I found some really tasty bread recipes for almost any occasion. The Bread Basics section has some excellent information about the best ingredients to use and what to look for in a good machine. The section on flours I found to be particularly helpful as different countries describe their flours differently. If you will be working with a recipe from another country and don’t know what strong flour is or have never knocked back bread, this is your chapter. I can’t really say enough about how helpful I found the Bread Basics chapter because no one ever taught me this stuff. When you buy a bread machine and only have the 6 or so recipes it comes with you miss a lot of tips. For this chapter alone I would feel this book is a keeper. Create Your Own Bread Machine Recipes With the seven chapters worth of recipes, one would think they have enough. Sheasby didn’t think so and included information on adapting recipes. There is always going to be a time you find a cool recipe that is a bit different. Now you have the way to make it machine ready. Not only are you getting great ideas for bread recipes but it gives you the means to make your own! See the original review on RecipesNow! Reviews and Recipes Magazine with the recipe for Flowerpot Breads. Based on a complimentary copy of the book sent to me from the publisher in return for an honest review.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Ronald

    People looking for a bread making recipe book need look no further than, “I Love My Bread Machine”. It has a number of great bread making recipes, most of which I have not seen published anywhere. The book was obviously written by a Brit since some of the ingredient names, like castor sugar or fine grain white sugar in the US, are of UK origin. All recipes in the book are converted into US measures. Although the book’s title indicates that this is a bread machine recipe book, I found that a larg People looking for a bread making recipe book need look no further than, “I Love My Bread Machine”. It has a number of great bread making recipes, most of which I have not seen published anywhere. The book was obviously written by a Brit since some of the ingredient names, like castor sugar or fine grain white sugar in the US, are of UK origin. All recipes in the book are converted into US measures. Although the book’s title indicates that this is a bread machine recipe book, I found that a large number of recipes used only the dough cycle of the bread machine. Final kneading and rise were done on the counter followed by oven baking. Oven heat settings are included in the recipe instructions for gas and electric ovens. A number of the recipes called for powdered mustard and pepper. This is the first time that I’ve seen these ingredients called for in bread recipes. Unfortunately, as I write this using a library computer, I’m still without power at my home, the result of Hurricane Irma, and unable to test these recipes. But, I am curious as to what flavor mustard powder will add to a bread and will remedy my ignorance as soon as I am able. As a recipe book, this volume is a success for the author. If you’re looking for a more basic treatise with explanations of the bread making process, however, then I recommend that you read Peter Reinhart’s excellent book, “The Bread Baker's Apprentice: Mastering the Art of Extraordinary Bread” first.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Patty

    When I was growing up, my mom went through a phase of obsessing over her bread machine, making all kinds of standard and unusual breads in those funny rectangular loaves. They might look a little weird, but there's nothing like the smell of baking bread. I've fallen out of the habit in recent years and haven't used a bread machine in ages, but when I saw this book, I figured it would be a good way to start again. There are indeed all sorts of tempting recipes in this book, from the sweet (Golden When I was growing up, my mom went through a phase of obsessing over her bread machine, making all kinds of standard and unusual breads in those funny rectangular loaves. They might look a little weird, but there's nothing like the smell of baking bread. I've fallen out of the habit in recent years and haven't used a bread machine in ages, but when I saw this book, I figured it would be a good way to start again. There are indeed all sorts of tempting recipes in this book, from the sweet (Golden Gingerbread, Lemon Blueberry Loaf) to the savory (Pesto Whirl Bread, Greek Black Olive Bread), traditional (English Muffins, Sesame Bagels) to new (Garlic Bubble Ring, Orange and Cinnamon Brioche). There's even a whole chapter on gluten-free breads! Unfortunately I have a major complaint. A large number of the recipes (I'd guess over 50%) use the bread machine to knead the dough, but then require you to do the actual baking in a normal oven. They sometimes ask you to do additional steps as well: mixing, shaping, coating, drizzling, brushing with egg, and even more kneading. What's the point of using a bread machine at all if you're still doing three-fourths of the work the old-fashioned way? You may as well just skip the machine step and use a traditional bread cookbook. On the other hand, Garlic and Coriander Naan does sound delicious. Maybe this book will tempt me out of my laziness over baking after all. I read this as an ARC via NetGalley.

  12. 4 out of 5

    patrick Lorelli

    First let me say that I have waited or forgot to do this review for a while now. This is a wonderful book. I myself was given a bread machine by my wife many years ago, and I am always looking for new or different recipes. I will also let others know that a good feature on the machine I have is that I can do just dough only, so many recipes the first rise is done in the machine and saves time, especially when doing cinnamon rolls etc.… Here you first get a set up if you are new to the whole bre First let me say that I have waited or forgot to do this review for a while now. This is a wonderful book. I myself was given a bread machine by my wife many years ago, and I am always looking for new or different recipes. I will also let others know that a good feature on the machine I have is that I can do just dough only, so many recipes the first rise is done in the machine and saves time, especially when doing cinnamon rolls etc.… Here you first get a set up if you are new to the whole bread machine experience. The author then takes you through the other basics you will need. Then as you start flipping through the pages find one that looks appealing to you and as Jackie Gleason said “And away we go”. Have at it and have fun creating new and fresh bread. There are also gluten-free recipes in this book as well. I received this book from Netgalley.com I gave it 4 stars. follow us at www.1rad-readerreviews.com

  13. 4 out of 5

    Online Eccentric Librarian

    More reviews (and no fluff) on the blog http://surrealtalvi.wordpress.com/ I have a bread machine and all I seem to get out of it is a brick shaped like a loaf - so I hoped that I could find what I was doing so horribly wrong with this book. Unfortunately, I found this to be very confusing and with several instances of very confusing instructions. Right from the beginning, we get instructions such as "Bread machines come in many varieties so do you research to find which is best for you." Exc More reviews (and no fluff) on the blog http://surrealtalvi.wordpress.com/ I have a bread machine and all I seem to get out of it is a brick shaped like a loaf - so I hoped that I could find what I was doing so horribly wrong with this book. Unfortunately, I found this to be very confusing and with several instances of very confusing instructions. Right from the beginning, we get instructions such as "Bread machines come in many varieties so do you research to find which is best for you." Except that we don't get any guidelines of what would be best and what to look for; we do get what various machines do but not why one would be better than another or whether features are useful or not. As well, there's a section about bread machine recipes trouble shooting - and all we're told is to use the manufacturer's instructions - which mine doesn't cover "brick like loaves" unfortunately. I 'what went wrong' section would have been invaluable. Also problematic were ingredients. I always find it helpful when cookbooks give us actual brands so we can track them down or order them online. For the bread machine, it suggests you use 'strong types of flour' - which I couldn't find at my local supermarket. I saw a few very expensive imported strong flours online at Amazon - but I'm wondering if it is called something else in the North America? Several terms throughout the book weren't in US wording/standards though most were correctly translated into North American measurements. I'm assuming the author is British. The layout is clean and recipes easy to read. Some pages have two recipes while others have one. Each recipe is monocolored, with bold titles, bold faced ingredient lists, and then paragraph form steps. Perhaps about half of the recipes come with images. The steps are fairly thick paragraphs rather than numbered short steps - so they can be frustrating to go through and find where you were with each action. Many don't have serving size, tips, descriptions, or any kind of info with the recipes. The photographs that are there are professional done and often full page. There is a large variety of recipes - from donuts and muffins to all kinds of different breads. One big indicator that this is originally a British book is that there is a whole section of teabreads and tea-time treats. A nice addition is gluten free recipes. Of note, many recipes will call for you kneading the loaf separately - it's not a 'drop the ingredients in and forget it' type of cookbook. Beside the introduction detailing bread making info, there is only an index at the back. Sadly, the recipes I tried still came out like bricks - even with the expensive 'strong flour' I had shipped from Amazon. I guess I'll have to give up on my bread machine.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Allison

    I received a free copy of this book in exchange for a review. It looks darling from the cover and a quick glance had me very pleased with the quality of the pictures and the appeal of the recipes. I do bake my family's bread in the bread machine and there are many recipes in here I will try. I'm pretty sure there is a spelling error on page 86 as I've never quite heard of pitta breads and am assuming they mean pita breads (please correct me if I'm ignorant of an ulterior spelling). Other than th I received a free copy of this book in exchange for a review. It looks darling from the cover and a quick glance had me very pleased with the quality of the pictures and the appeal of the recipes. I do bake my family's bread in the bread machine and there are many recipes in here I will try. I'm pretty sure there is a spelling error on page 86 as I've never quite heard of pitta breads and am assuming they mean pita breads (please correct me if I'm ignorant of an ulterior spelling). Other than that, I like that there are plenty of recipes that you actually start in the machine and finish in the oven or stovetop (naan, stollen, buns). I like a good cookbook that is pretty and inspires me to get busy in the kitchen and this one did just that.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Kristine

    I Love My Bread Machine by Anne Sheasby is a free NetGalley ebook that I read in early August. Among the different recipes for basic breads, rolls, unleavened breads, fancy/holiday breads, and gluten-free breads that are prepared and baked while using a bread machine are ones that use the machine for only mixing and kneading before removing the dough to let it rise and bake in a standard oven. This is usually the case when a bread absolutely needs to be in the form of something other than a loaf, I Love My Bread Machine by Anne Sheasby is a free NetGalley ebook that I read in early August. Among the different recipes for basic breads, rolls, unleavened breads, fancy/holiday breads, and gluten-free breads that are prepared and baked while using a bread machine are ones that use the machine for only mixing and kneading before removing the dough to let it rise and bake in a standard oven. This is usually the case when a bread absolutely needs to be in the form of something other than a loaf, such as a boule, braid, roll, pull-apart ring, or baguette. So, other than these rogue shapes, it's all about using the machine from start to satisfying and perhaps sandwichy finish.

  16. 4 out of 5

    Cathy Quigg

    The most important thing I learned in this book is that I can use my bread machine to bake cakes or tea breads (like banana bread). I have recently stopped consuming any dairy products, so it is helpful to have a variety of bread recipes to draw upon. I've tried the coconut bread, it was nice. My next experiment is golden gingerbread. I have been looking for malt extract to try a few other recipes, but haven't had luck finding it yet. I also want to try the Chelsea buns as well. Yum! The most important thing I learned in this book is that I can use my bread machine to bake cakes or tea breads (like banana bread). I have recently stopped consuming any dairy products, so it is helpful to have a variety of bread recipes to draw upon. I've tried the coconut bread, it was nice. My next experiment is golden gingerbread. I have been looking for malt extract to try a few other recipes, but haven't had luck finding it yet. I also want to try the Chelsea buns as well. Yum!

  17. 5 out of 5

    Emilia

    I was given a free copy of this book via Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. I love making bread and I love my bread machine even more. This book filled with 100+ fun, unique, and easy to make recipes that are perfect for anyone who likes fresh bread with none of the work usually involved. The diverse recipes include everything from whole grain to gluten free to flat bread. It also includes helpful techniques and information for those looking for a more traditional bread.

  18. 4 out of 5

    April

    I'm going to have to dig out my bread machine! The tips that are included will be very helpful, as I have only made regular white bread before. I can't wait to try a few of these. I had no idea that there were so many kinds of breads that could be made in my machine. The Flowerpot Breads were adorable. I'm going to have to dig out my bread machine! The tips that are included will be very helpful, as I have only made regular white bread before. I can't wait to try a few of these. I had no idea that there were so many kinds of breads that could be made in my machine. The Flowerpot Breads were adorable.

  19. 5 out of 5

    Laura

    I am so excited to find a bread machine cookbook that had a section on gluten-free. All my older ones were written before people were seeking out how to make them. Being able to use a bread machine with the perfect environment maintained for you is something I really appreciate. Note ~ I received an ARC in digital format from NetGalley. All opinions are my own.

  20. 5 out of 5

    Amber

    Totally gonna buy this book when it comes out. I'll write a better review after that. Totally gonna buy this book when it comes out. I'll write a better review after that.

  21. 4 out of 5

    Bunny Merrill

  22. 5 out of 5

    Tony Fitzpatrick

  23. 5 out of 5

    Colin Wavell

  24. 5 out of 5

    Leah

  25. 5 out of 5

    Laura

  26. 4 out of 5

    Denice

  27. 4 out of 5

    Sonja Crosby

  28. 5 out of 5

    Tima

  29. 5 out of 5

    T.J. Burns

  30. 5 out of 5

    Vicky

  31. 5 out of 5

    Micielle

  32. 4 out of 5

    Fleet Sparrow

  33. 5 out of 5

    LL

  34. 5 out of 5

    Cheryl Bradley

  35. 4 out of 5

    Wanda C

  36. 5 out of 5

    Rhiannon

  37. 4 out of 5

    Melly Mel

  38. 4 out of 5

    Sue

  39. 5 out of 5

    Kowanda

  40. 5 out of 5

    Karen

  41. 4 out of 5

    Terry Pearson

  42. 4 out of 5

    Sarah Taylor-Cruz

  43. 5 out of 5

    Sandra Beck

  44. 4 out of 5

    Terra Knasinski

  45. 5 out of 5

    Theresa

  46. 5 out of 5

    Donna Smith

  47. 4 out of 5

    Sally

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