Basic White Bread Dough (using your bread maker!)
The Intentional Mom Planning System is where you need to start with our incredible collection of product options. It will help you establish the basics for your life & home so you’ll finally have a plan, save yourself time, and go to bed feeling like you accomplished something every day (because you did). Save up to 60% HERE!
If you are looking for a simple and basic all around white bread dough, then I’ve got just what you need. It gets even better when I tell you that it can be made in the bread maker.
Eating a lot of homemade bread items are a major part of feeding my family on a budget, so having a solid recipe for white bread dough is essential.
The things you can do with white dough are limitless, and cinnamon bread, or what we call oozy-gooey goodness bread is just one example.
White bread dough can be used to make numerous kinds of rolls, bread in all shapes and sizes, things like our much loved cheesy bread, and so much more.
This recipe is made as a two pound loaf in my bread maker. Utilizing my bread maker is such a time saver, and it really does a great job most times.
If you are looking for a simple white bread dough, then keep reading!
(this post may contain affiliate links. If you make a purchase, I may receive a small commission at no cost to you)
For this recipe you will need:
- 1 1/2 warm cups water
- 2 tablespoons butter
- 2 teaspoons salt
- 2 tablespoons sugar
- 2 tablespoons dry milk
- 4 cups flour
- 2 teaspoons active dry yeast
Place ingredients in breadmaker in the order given and set your bread maker on the dough setting. Or, you can make an amazing loaf of white bread right there in your bread maker!
See, I told you it was easy 🙂
Thanks for sharing! 🙂
You are so welcome! Thank you for asking for it! So easy!
Thank you for the recipe! Do you think I can skip dry milk or use something else instead?
I would think so, Zori. To me, the dry milk just adds a little weight or thickness to the finished product. I really don’t think it would do much to leave it out. I’ve not tried it, but I do play around with recipes and if it were me, I would try it.
Do you have a link to the bread maker you use or suggest getting for a newbie?
Sure! This is a basic bread maker and the one I started with! It’s my affiliate link http://amzn.to/2ClTRqQ
Comments are closed.