Buttermilk Wheat Bread Recipe: For the Bread Maker

Buttermilk Wheat Bread Recipe: For the Bread Maker

Buttermilk Wheat Bread Recipe: For the Bread Maker

I love making bread!

 It doesn’t matter if it is my hands doing the mixing,
or the bread machine.
There is just something wonderful and “homey”
about the aroma of bread, while it is baking.
Plus, you can’t beat the taste of homemade bread
compared to store bought.
Homemade always wins, at least in my book!
This is one of my favorite bread machine recipes.
It is light and airy, yet sturdy enough to use as a sandwich bread.
It has a wonderful light buttermilk taste,
with just a touch of whole wheat thrown in.
I originally found this recipe at allrecipes.com,
and very slightly adjusted the recipe.
I don’t know about you, but I never have buttermilk on hand.
I don’t use it very often,
so it tends to go bad before I can finish the container. 
It is a lot easier to keep a box of powdered buttermilk on hand.
Buttermilk Wheat Bread Recipe: For the Bread Maker
Here is what you will need:
1 1/2 cups Water
6 tablespoons Powdered Buttermilk
1 1/2 tablespoons softened Butter
2 tablespoons White Sugar
3/4 teaspoon Salt
3 cups Bread Flour or All-Purpose Flour
1/3 cup Whole Wheat Flour
2 1/2 teaspoons Active Dry Yeast
Place ingredients into bread machine.
I put them in my bread machine,
in the order that I have the recipe ingredients listed.
Make sure you follow the recommendations
of your bread machine manufacturer.
It may differ from mine. 
Select Bread Setting of your preference,
 I use my bread rapid setting and
I always select the “light” for the crust setting.
Enjoy the wonderful aroma of bread baking throughout your house,
and of course best of all,
Enjoy the wonderful yumminess of eating a slice,
or two, of homemade bread!

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