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Homemade Hamburger Buns (Bread Machine)


Ingredients:

  • 1 1⁄4cups milk, slightly warmed
  • 1beaten egg
  • 2tablespoons butter
  • 1⁄4cup white sugar
  • 3⁄4teaspoon salt
  • 3 3⁄4cups bread flour
  • 1 1⁄4teaspoons active dry yeast

Directions:

  • Place all ingredients, except butter, in pan of bread machine according to manufacturer’s directions.
  • Select dough setting.
  • When cycle is complete, turn out onto floured surface.
  • Cut dough in half and roll each half out to a 1" thick circle.
  • Cut each half into six 3 1/2" rounds with inverted glass as a cutter.
  • Place on greased baking sheet far apart and brush with melted butter.
  • Cover and let rise until doubled, about one hour.
  • Bake at 350° for 9 minutes.
  • Note: Oven temperatures vary so check after 9 minutes to see if done. Some reviewers baked these anywhere from 12 to 30 minutes.

Reviews:

  • LillyZackMom

    These were easy & AWESOME! Per another review, instead of 3.75C bread flour, I used 1.5C whole wheat flour, 1.5C bread flour, and .75C regular oats. Thanks for sharing this recipe!

  • starkrazi

    This recipe is wonderful. Everyone raved about how good these breads tasted. I tried to cut out circles like suggested but they all came out to small and thin. I made a second batch and simply cut the dough in 12 pieces and rolled each in to a ball and flattened them out a bit. The second batch came out PERFECT. I will make these again and again!!!!!!

  • The Frugal Cheflady

    LOVE this recipe! Had to adjust a bit for the size of my breadmaker, but they turned out great. I also used part whole wheat and added gluten, plus subbed coconut oil for the butter. I think I will cut the sugar in half next time though, it was a bit too sweet for my taste, but all in all this is a keeper. Very easy and delicious. They were light and fluffy! Found a link to this recipe on Money Saving Mom.

  • Whindletonsl8444

    These were and great! I use this recipe a lot during the summer for friends and family to really talk about. Lol! It’s a blast and I truly enjoy receiving the rave reviews from others. Thanks so much Marie from my kitchen to yours. 5 stars all the way

  • LillyZackMom

    These were easy & AWESOME! Per another review, instead of 3.75C bread flour, I used 1.5C whole wheat flour, 1.5C bread flour, and .75C regular oats. Thanks for sharing this recipe!

  • starkrazi

    This recipe is wonderful. Everyone raved about how good these breads tasted. I tried to cut out circles like suggested but they all came out to small and thin. I made a second batch and simply cut the dough in 12 pieces and rolled each in to a ball and flattened them out a bit. The second batch came out PERFECT. I will make these again and again!!!!!!

  • cavedweller

    Yum! I used parchment paper instead of the greased pan and it worked out great.

  • The Frugal Cheflady

    LOVE this recipe! Had to adjust a bit for the size of my breadmaker, but they turned out great. I also used part whole wheat and added gluten, plus subbed coconut oil for the butter. I think I will cut the sugar in half next time though, it was a bit too sweet for my taste, but all in all this is a keeper. Very easy and delicious. They were light and fluffy! Found a link to this recipe on Money Saving Mom.

  • crazy but capable

    This was amazing! I warmed the milk, butter and egg slightly first, and I used 1 1/2 cups of whole wheat flour. YUMMMMMMM. I also didn’t roll it out but just pinched off pieces in the size I wanted and made them nice and round. The egg wash made them gorgeously golden and the taste was fabulous!

  • cavedweller

    Yum! I used parchment paper instead of the greased pan and it worked out great.

  • Whindletonsl8444

    These were and great! I use this recipe a lot during the summer for friends and family to really talk about. Lol! It’s a blast and I truly enjoy receiving the rave reviews from others. Thanks so much Marie from my kitchen to yours. 5 stars all the way

  • christina.cross

    These were great! I don’t have a bread machine, so I had to adapt for my Kitchen aid mixer. I added the yeast to the warm milk, then combined dry ingredients in another bowl. I then added the wet ingredients including the milk mixture to the kitchen aid bowl and mixed it together. I kneaded it at the number 2 setting for about 2 minutes until the dough pulled away from the bowl, but it was very sticky. I put it in an oiled bowl to rise. Once doubled, I punched it down and let it rise again. After that point I followed the directions in the recipe.

  • covenantmom5

    Made these for use with Sloppy Joes for supper. My husband and all five kids loved them. Two of my boys even ate extra buns plain, no meat. The only change I made was substituting 1 1/2 cups of freshly ground whole wheat flour for an equal amount of the bread flour. Perfect!

  • lolablitz

    Wow! Awesome! These are so good – I will (barring moments of great laziness) Never buy store bought buns again! I made these to sandwich Paula Deen’s Crab Cakes from the Food Network website. Delish! Thanks 🙂

    ETA: I’ve made these a million times now and they’re wonderful! Today I was halfway thru making them & realized I was out of eggs, so I added an extra 1/2 tsp yeast, 2 tbs of butter & a tbs of canola oil. They turned out great!

  • covenantmom5

    Made these for use with Sloppy Joes for supper. My husband and all five kids loved them. Two of my boys even ate extra buns plain, no meat. The only change I made was substituting 1 1/2 cups of freshly ground whole wheat flour for an equal amount of the bread flour. Perfect!

  • lolablitz

    Wow! Awesome! These are so good – I will (barring moments of great laziness) Never buy store bought buns again! I made these to sandwich Paula Deen’s Crab Cakes from the Food Network website. Delish! Thanks 🙂

    ETA: I’ve made these a million times now and they’re wonderful! Today I was halfway thru making them & realized I was out of eggs, so I added an extra 1/2 tsp yeast, 2 tbs of butter & a tbs of canola oil. They turned out great!

  • purpleducks

    Very easy to make using the bread machine. I used 3/4c whole flour, 3tbsp wheat gluten and the balance All purpose flour. The buns are delicioius. Made half as hamburger and the other half as hotdog buns. Very light and fluffy…just what we were looking for. We will be making these again for sure.

  • purpleducks

    Very easy to make using the bread machine. I used 3/4c whole flour, 3tbsp wheat gluten and the balance All purpose flour. The buns are delicioius. Made half as hamburger and the other half as hotdog buns. Very light and fluffy…just what we were looking for. We will be making these again for sure.

  • christina.cross

    These were great! I don’t have a bread machine, so I had to adapt for my Kitchen aid mixer. I added the yeast to the warm milk, then combined dry ingredients in another bowl. I then added the wet ingredients including the milk mixture to the kitchen aid bowl and mixed it together. I kneaded it at the number 2 setting for about 2 minutes until the dough pulled away from the bowl, but it was very sticky. I put it in an oiled bowl to rise. Once doubled, I punched it down and let it rise again. After that point I followed the directions in the recipe.

  • crazy but capable

    This was amazing! I warmed the milk, butter and egg slightly first, and I used 1 1/2 cups of whole wheat flour. YUMMMMMMM. I also didn’t roll it out but just pinched off pieces in the size I wanted and made them nice and round. The egg wash made them gorgeously golden and the taste was fabulous!

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