This bread machine honey wheat bread recipe creates a delicious bread flavored with natural honey. Your family will love this homemade bread. Homemade honey wheat breads are much better than store brands because you can use your favorite honeys to add unique flavor "hints". Visit Bread Dad (BreadDad.com) for more easy bread machine recipes.
Unplug your bread machine. Remove the bread pan from the bread machine (so when you add the ingredients to the bread pan, they can not accidentally spill into the machine).
Pour the milk, butter & honey into the bread pan and then add the other ingredients. Place the bread machine yeast in last and the yeast should not touch the liquid or salt (until the bread machine is turned on and the ingredients start to be mixed together).
Place the bread pan (with ingredients) back into the bread machine. Close bread machine cover.
Plug in bread machine. Enter the correct settings (1.5 lb or 2 lb, light color, basic bread) and press the “start” button.
After the bread machine has finished, unplug the bread machine and remove the bread pan. Use oven mitts when removing the bread machine bread pan because it will be very hot!
Remove the bread from the bread loaf pan and place the bread on a cooling rack. Let the bread cool down on the cooling rack for at least 30-60 minutes.
After removing the bread from the bread loaf pan, don’t forget to remove the mixing paddle if it is stuck in the bread. Use oven mitts as the mixing paddle will be very hot coming out of the bread machine. Or wait until the bread is completely cooled and then remove the mixing paddle.
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