Simple homemade Bread Machine Onion Bread Mix recipe that you can make at home for just pennies and many more frugal homemade mix recipes for all types of breads including rolls, quickbreads, bread machines and more

Bread Machine Onion Bread Mix Recipe, homemade bread mixes, make your own bread, homemade bread recipe, kitchen mixes, simple bread recipe, jar gift breads, international bread mix, bread mix gifts

  • Bread Machine Onion Bread Mix

    1/4 cup Dehydrated Onion Flakes
    3 1/3 cups Flour
    2 tablespoons Sugar
    1 tablespoon powdered Milk
    1 1/2 teaspoons Salt
    2 3/4 teaspoons Active Dry Yeast


    Place onion flakes in a small zip baggie and set aside. Do the same with yeast, or set aside a prepackaged envelope of yeast. Mix and place the remaining ingredients into a quart sized jar. Lay baggies of onions and yeast on top of mix and place lid on jar. Use scissors to cut a 9 inch-diameter circle from fabric of your choice. Center fabric circle over lid and secure with a rubber band. Tie on a raffia or ribbon bow to cover the rubber band.


    Attach a card with the following directions-


    Add to mix:
    1-1/8 cups Warm Water (110 degrees F)
    1 Tbsp. Vegetable Oil


    Place all wet ingredients into the bread pan in the order recommended by your bread maker manufacturer. Insert the bread pan into the bread maker, and select "White", desired crust color, rapid or normal baking cycle and loaf size. Select desired delay option, and press Start.


    Print Friendly and PDF

    Comments 1 Comment
    1. LindaErvin's Avatar
      LindaErvin -
      I believe my sister and I would both really enjoy this bread. I'm going to try it asap.
      Thanks for the nice recipes. Love this site!
    Comments Leave Comment

    Click here to log in Or Click Here to Register for Free

    How many letters in the word SAVE? Answer with a Single DIGIT.

    📢 All Article comments are moderated to prevent 💩
  • Disclaimer: The use of any trademarked names on or within the pages of Budget101.com should not be considered an endorsement by the trademark holders. All Trademark rights remain the property of their respective holders and are solely being used a brief descriptive of the recipes being provided.