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Milk Bread

Rated as 4.42 out of 5 Stars

"Use your sour milk to make a loaf of bread that everyone will enjoy. A simple, easy bread machine recipe."
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Ingredients

2 h servings 111
Original recipe yields 15 servings (1 - 1 1/2 pound loaf)

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Nutrition Facts


Per Serving: 111 calories; 0.6 22.6 3.3 1 163 Full nutrition

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Most helpful positive review

I made two of these breads. One with 2% milk and one with soy milk, since one family member can't drink cows milk. The one with 2% was okay, but better toasted. The soy milk bread was wonderful!...

Most helpful critical review

The bread is very good. I made a loaf of white bread last night and wanted to try something different. I noticed straight away that it was too dry, so I actually put a splash more milk in it and...

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I made two of these breads. One with 2% milk and one with soy milk, since one family member can't drink cows milk. The one with 2% was okay, but better toasted. The soy milk bread was wonderful!...

The bread is very good. I made a loaf of white bread last night and wanted to try something different. I noticed straight away that it was too dry, so I actually put a splash more milk in it and...

Absolutely wonderful. Quick and easy bread that is tasty and great to toast.

I just got my machine and this is the 5th and by far the best bread recipe I have tried. I heated my milk in the microwave until just warm. I put the milk, yeast and sugar into the bread pan. I ...

The Recipe seems so easy, but i am having problems with this recipe. I tried it more than 3X and the bread rises and it falls. DOnt understand. Can someone help please.

I used my breastmilk to make bread for my child who is deathly allergic to traditional forms of milk. The bread turned out great!

I made this with half whole wheat flour and added 2 T. gluten and 2 T. dry milk powder. It rose really well at first, then fell a bit. Good taste; not much to look at.

I really liked this bread. It is extremely easy to make. It reminded me of the bread you can buy at St. Germaine Bakery or what I consider Japanese style bread. This bread is on the chewier ...

Nice, basic white bread. A great way to use up some milk.