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Honey Bread — 22 Comments

  1. Thanks, got my first loaf going in my new Zo , had to add 3 more tablespoons of water to get it where it looked right, I’ll find out here in a bit how it turns out

  2. Bread came out fine, had on medium setting next time will have on dark, cornbread on the menue tommorow, if I didn’t put in 3 extra tablespoons of water this would have been a disaster, thanks again

  3. I just got a bread maker from my grandmother and it’s a 1- 1 1/2 lbs one. could you tell me what the measurements would be for a 1.5 lbs loaf so I could try this recipe?

  4. This one is a winner!! Love it and so does the family. Almost gone and I made it yesterday. It’s a keeper for sure. Will be making this one again and soon. I did add about 2 tbls more water after first mix.

  5. Tried thus recepe yesterday and am making my second loaf already this morning. My kids live it. It’s soft but strong enough to make a sandwich that doesn’t fall apart. ( crucial for kids)
    Best bread recepe I’ve found yet.

  6. I want to use the “dough” setting and bake it in my oven.
    At how many degrees and for how long should I bake it?
    Thanks!

    • Hi Pauline, Congrats on the new machine! Unless specified, these recipes are for a two pound bread machine. Your bread maker should say if it’s a one, one and a half pound or two pound machine. Changing recipes for different machine sizes can be tricky and usually isn’t just a matter of halving the ingredients. It takes experimentation.

  7. Wonderful recipe! It turned out great every time I’ve made it! I do the dough cycle on my Zojirushi bread machine, cut the dough in half, form the dough to fit 1lb. pans, let rise in warm place about 45 min., bake in oven 350 for 25 minutes. They turn out great!!!

    • I haven’t had much experience using while wheat flour. (The Man of the House doesn’t like it so the bread doesn’t get eaten.) However I’d be worried that the recipe wouldn’t turn out unless you added some unknown amount of vital wheat gluten. If you do figure out a whole wheat version of this recipe be sure to let me know. I’m sure a lot of people would be interested.

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