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Hosting a Thanksgiving Dinner? Look At These Amazing Bread Machine Recipes

Hosting a Thanksgiving Dinner? Look At These Amazing Bread Machine Recipes

With Thanksgiving right around the corner, there are three things on every one’s mind: friends, family, and food! If you plan spending Thanksgiving Day combining all three and are looking for simple yet delicious recipes for your dinner spread, you have come to the right place.

There are two reasons to use the toastmaster bread machine while cooking Thanksgiving dinner. Firstly, it is safe to assume that you will have a lot on your mind and even more on your hands while planning and executing your spread, let the bread machine take some work off your hands! It needs almost no supervision and once you put in the ingredients and choose the dough cycle, you are free to shift your attention to other dishes. Secondly, you might find mid-cooking that you are out of oven-space; this is when Toastmaster Bread Machine can come to the rescue!

Here are two Thanksgiving themed delicacies that will make you the center of adulation:

Eggnog Bread

Nothing screams Thanksgiving more than Eggnog and cranberries and this recipe includes both!

What you need: Eggnog, milk, sugar, salt, bread flour, butter, yeast, and cinnamon.

Directions: Follow the manufacturer’s instruction to add the ingredients to the machine. Set the dough cycle and make sure to peek in to do a quick check. The dough should be shaped like a ball. Once done, bake it according to the instructions and enjoy your special Thanksgiving treat!

Pumpkin Spiced Quick Bread

October and pumpkins go hand in hand. Bake this delicious themed bread to spice up your Thanksgiving spread!

What you need: Canned pumpkin, sugar, vegetable oil, vanilla, eggs, bread flour, baking powder, ground cinnamon, nutmeg, cloves, and salt.

Directions: Place the ingredients in the bread machine in the order recommended by the user manual. Peek into the dough pan 5 minutes after the cycle starts and scrape down the edges. Close the lid and allow the cycle to finish and the bread to bake. Let it cool for 10 minutes and serve when required!

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