Hamburger Buns Bread Machine Style

While I was on mat leave with my daughter, A I got a bread machine. I was super excited to make homemade bread and searched the internet high and low to find easy cost efficient and tasty recipes. Nothing worse then making a loaf of bread in the bead machine and it not turning out. That has happened to us a few times and I think it may have a few factors, one could be altitude, weather (hot or cold in your kitchen) or miss calculating the ingredients. I have been told you have to be precis when measuring all ingredients.

Anyways we did find a few favorites then our bread machine died within the first 6 months. We were lucky and were able to exchange it only to have the second one die with in the next 8 months. After that I haven't wanted a bread machine unless I can find a great one that wont die on us.

I still make bread and buns but I use out stand mixer to do all the work for me as I have carpal tunnel in both my wrists.

I saw a tweet the other day from a follower on Twitter and it was asking if anyone knew of any bread machine breads or buns that do not require yeast. I replied to the tweet and offered up a great yeast buns recipe as at the moment I have not made any buns without yeast in a bread machine.  I am also on the look out for recipes without yeast and will post what I find. If you have a request please contact me I will try to help you out.

Hamburger Buns - Bread Machine 

Serves 12


1 1/4 cup of milk, slightly warmed
1 beaten egg
2 Tablespoons butter
1/4 cup white sugar
3/4 teaspoon salt
3 3/4 cups bread flour
1 1/4 teaspoon active dry yeast

  1. Place all ingredients in the pan of bread machine according to manufacturer's directions.
  2. Select dough setting.
  3. When cycle is complete, turn out onto floured surface.
  4. Cut dough in half and roll each half out to a 1" thick circle.
  5. Cut each half into six 3 1/2" rounds with inverted glass as a cutter or a biscuit cutter
  6. Place on greased baking sheet far apart and brush with melted butter.
  7. Cover and let rise until doubled, about an hour. 
  8. Bake at 350F for 9 minutes. 
Note: Oven temperatures vary so check after 9 minutes to see if done. I will roll them out a bit thinner to make more then I stack them before letting them rise. This helps with a line for cutting. Something I played around with.

I hope to add photos very soon but wanted to get it up for the tweeter that asked about it. I think this recipe may be added to next weeks Marvelous Menu plan.


~*Disclaimer: This post was written by Marvelous Mommy Meals. This is not a sponsored post. All opinions are honest and my own.*~


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