I use a number of bread machine recipes to make fabulous homemade breads. I think you and your family will enjoy my recipes.
Twenty-four years ago, my husband surprised me for Christmas with my first bread machine. I loved it and made a ton of bread with it. About three years ago, while it was mixing a loaf, it jiggled itself off of my counter and crashed to the floor. It still worked, but the lid was broken off. I continued to use it. Last year, David bought me a new bread machine for my birthday.
Make sure that all of your ingredients for this recipe are at room temperature, about 70 to 80 degrees Fahrenheit or 21 to 27 degrees Celsius. I measure out all of my ingredients before I add anything to the pan just to make sure that I have everything. It is easier to have them all ready when you start.
Place each of the following ingredients into your bread machine pan in the order it is listed, starting with the first ingredient going into the pan first.
NOTE: You can choose any type of nut or even use mixed nuts. In the photos for this bread, I made almond bread. You can make walnut, pecan, pine nut, peanut, pistachio, or any other nut that you love.
After adding each ingredient to the bread machine pan, plug in your bread maker. Choose the Light setting and the Quick Bread Setting on your machine. Press start. This loaf of bread should take a little over two hours to mix and bake in your bread machine.
When the bread machines signals that the bread is baked, carefully lift the bread pan out of the machine with potholders. Turn it upside down and let your loaf fall out onto a plate or cutting board. Be careful not to burn yourself. Let the bread cool for a few minutes before slicing. Spread with butter or cream cheese. This bread is great as a snack and as a breakfast food.
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