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I am thinking about purchasing a bread machine. But my question is, can you make up batter for banana bread, applesauce bread, ect and put it into the machine to bake? I am hoping that baking this way will not heat up the kitchen thus saving money on air conditioning! Thanks!

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  1. #1
    tashasmom1201
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    I am thinking about purchasing a bread machine. But my question is, can

    you make up batter for banana bread, applesauce bread, ect and put it

    into the machine to bake? I am hoping that baking this way will not

    heat up the kitchen thus saving money on air conditioning! Thanks!








  2. #2
    Jessica Mason
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    <DIV style="FONT-FAMILY: Calibri;">I use my bread machine every week and really like the outcome. In the beginning there was a little trial and error. At first I thought I had wasted my money, but have come to really enjoy using it. I would probably never bake bread otherwise!
    <DIV style="FONT-FAMILY: Calibri;">
    <DIV style="FONT-FAMILY: Calibri;">The answer to your question is YES! There are a ton of bread machine recipes on the Internet.
    <DIV style="FONT-FAMILY: Calibri;">
    <DIV style="FONT-FAMILY: Calibri;">Have fun!!
    <DIV style="FONT-FAMILY: Calibri;">

    -------Original Message-------


    From: tashasmom1201
    Date: 7/3/2008 6:07:47 AM
    To: Budget101_@yahoogroups.com
    Subject: Budget101.com : ? About Bread machines




    I am thinking about purchasing a bread machine. But my question is, can
    you make up batter for banana bread, applesauce bread, ect and put it
    into the machine to bake? I am hoping that baking this way will not
    heat up the kitchen thus saving money on air conditioning! Thanks!












  3. #3
    Carolyn Moen
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    I make all breads and dough (pizza)in my machine. If the bread is more like a cake....I would use the oven. The more sugar you have....the more sticky it comes out from the machine. Any bread without yeast in it should go in the oven. You will get a recipe book with the machine....look thru that before buying. I know that Best Buy has them right on the shelf with the machines.

    --- On Wed, 7/2/08, tashasmom1201 <tashasmom@sbcglobal.net> wrote:

    From: tashasmom1201 <tashasmom@sbcglobal.net>
    Subject: Budget101.com : ? About Bread machines
    To: Budget101_@yahoogroups.com
    Date: Wednesday, July 2, 2008, 11:21 PM


    <DIV id="yiv1318221993">



    I am thinking about purchasing a bread machine. But my question is, can
    you make up batter for banana bread, applesauce bread, ect and put it
    into the machine to bake? I am hoping that baking this way will not
    heat up the kitchen thus saving money on air conditioning! Thanks!






  4. #4
    cmboyd_1999
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    I have a bread machine and yes you can put all the ingredients in and

    it mixes it and bakes on it's own (it has preprogramed settings for

    each type) I LOVE my bread machine!



    --- In Budget101_@yahoogroups.com, "tashasmom1201" <tashasmom@...>

    wrote:

    >


    > I am thinking about purchasing a bread machine. But my question is,

    can

    > you make up batter for banana bread, applesauce bread, ect and put it

    > into the machine to bake? I am hoping that baking this way will not

    > heat up the kitchen thus saving money on air conditioning! Thanks!

    >










  5. #5
    copacobana5424
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    Absolutely! Love my bread machine.



    --- In Budget101_@yahoogroups.com, "tashasmom1201" <tashasmom@...>

    wrote:

    >

    > I am thinking about purchasing a bread machine. But my question is,

    can

    > you make up batter for banana bread, applesauce bread, ect and put it

    > into the machine to bake? I am hoping that baking this way will not

    > heat up the kitchen thus saving money on air conditioning! Thanks!

    >










  6. #6
    Char
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    <FONT color="#008080">No - because they are quick bread recipes - not yeast bread recipes. However, you can cook them in a small caontiner in your crock pot.
    <FONT color="#008080">
    ----- Original Message ----- <DIV style="BACKGROUND: #e4e4e4;">From: tashasmom1201
    To: Budget101_@yahoogroups.com
    Sent: Wednesday, July 02, 2008 10:21 PM
    Subject: Budget101.com : ? About Bread machines

    I am thinking about purchasing a bread machine. But my question is, can you make up batter for banana bread, applesauce bread, ect and put it into the machine to bake? I am hoping that baking this way will not
    heat up the kitchen thus saving money on air conditioning!




  7. #7
    copacobana5424
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    I would also be one to check thrift stores before paying full price. I

    always see them in the small appliance sections of my local Salvation

    Army and Goodwill. Lisa



    --- In Budget101_@yahoogroups.com, "tashasmom1201" <tashasmom@...>

    wrote:

    >

    > I am thinking about purchasing a bread machine. But my question is,

    can

    > you make up batter for banana bread, applesauce bread, ect and put it

    > into the machine to bake? I am hoping that baking this way will not

    > heat up the kitchen thus saving money on air conditioning! Thanks!

    >










  8. #8
    alicejpeterson
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    We've had trouble with bread sticking in bread machines, and tearing

    when you try to take it out. Does anyone have a remedy for this? It's

    happened with every bread machine we've had (probably four of them--all

    different models. Finally I gave up using them, but my daughter wants

    to try again.



    --- In Budget101_@yahoogroups.com, "tashasmom1201" <tashasmom@...>

    wrote:

    >

    > I am thinking about purchasing a bread machine. But my question is,

    can

    > you make up batter for banana bread, applesauce bread, ect and put it

    > into the machine to bake? I am hoping that baking this way will not

    > heat up the kitchen thus saving money on air conditioning! Thanks!

    >










  9. #9
    Sue Bogert
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    We always spray with like Pam or such and always take out warm. If we let the

    bread get cool in the bread machine it always seems to stick.

    JMO



    --- On Fri, 7/4/08, alicejpeterson <thepetersons@juno.com> wrote:



    From: alicejpeterson

    Subject: Budget101.com : Re: ? About Bread machines



    We've had trouble with bread sticking in bread machines, and tearing

    when you try to take it out. Does anyone have a remedy for this?






  10. #10
    Jessica Mason
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    <DIV style="FONT-FAMILY: Calibri;">Hmmm...that can be aggravating...I always spray mine with a cooking spray and even the banana bread slides right out.
    <DIV style="FONT-FAMILY: Calibri;">

    -------Original Message-------


    From: alicejpeterson
    Date: 7/4/2008 6:33:04 AM
    To: Budget101_@yahoogroups.com
    Subject: Budget101.com : Re: ? About Bread machines




    We've had trouble with bread sticking in bread machines, and tearing
    when you try to take it out. Does anyone have a remedy for this? It's
    happened with every bread machine we've had (probably four of them--all
    different models. Finally I gave up using them, but my daughter wants
    to try again.

    --- In Budget101_@yahoogroups.com, "tashasmom1201" <tashasmom@...>
    wrote:
    >
    > I am thinking about purchasing a bread machine. But my question is,
    can
    > you make up batter for banana bread, applesauce bread, ect and put it
    > into the machine to bake? I am hoping that baking this way will not
    > heat up the kitchen thus saving money on air conditioning! Thanks!
    >












  11. #11
    alicejpeterson
    Guest

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    I've tried spraying with cooking spray, but because it mixes in the

    machine, it mixes right in and still sticks--the best we can figure

    out is to use the bread machine to mix and rise and then take out and

    put in bread pans for final rising and bake in oven--but kind of

    defeats the purpose of a bread machine. Still, it would take less

    time than making bread without the machine.



    --- In Budget101_@yahoogroups.com, "Jessica Mason"

    <jessicamason37128@...> wrote:

    >

    > Hmmm...that can be aggravating...I always spray mine with a cooking

    spray

    > and even the banana bread slides right out.

    >

    > -------Original Message-------

    >

    > From: alicejpeterson

    > Date: 7/4/2008 6:33:04 AM

    > To: Budget101_@yahoogroups.com

    > Subject: Budget101.com : Re: ? About Bread machines

    >

    > We've had trouble with bread sticking in bread machines, and

    tearing

    > when you try to take it out. Does anyone have a remedy for this?

    It's

    > happened with every bread machine we've had (probably four of them--

    all

    > different models. Finally I gave up using them, but my daughter

    wants

    > to try again.

    >

    > --- In Budget101_@yahoogroups.com, "tashasmom1201" <tashasmom@>

    > wrote:

    > >

    > > I am thinking about purchasing a bread machine. But my question

    is,

    > can

    > > you make up batter for banana bread, applesauce bread, ect and

    put it

    > > into the machine to bake? I am hoping that baking this way will

    not

    > > heat up the kitchen thus saving money on air conditioning! Thanks!

    > >

    >










  12. #12
    Carole Scandrol
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    Do your bread machines have a non-stick coating on the inside of the pan that holds the dough? I have a Sunbeam that I bought for $20 (including shipping) in Ebay. It has the non-stick coating and I've NEVER had any problems.

    Carole



  13. #13
    Char
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    <FONT color="#008080">My Wellbuilt has a teflon coating in it. From what I remember, the cooked bread would rarely stick. Even around the dough hook. But I rarely cook bread in it - I use the dough cycle - I prefer the lighter consistency of bread cooked in the oven plus can get different shapes of bread.

    ----- Original Message ----- <DIV style="BACKGROUND: #e4e4e4;">From: Carole Scandrol
    To: Budget101_@yahoogroups.com
    Sent: Sunday, July 06, 2008 2:05 PM
    Subject: Budget101.com : Re: ? About Bread machines-sticking


    Do your bread machines have a non-stick coating on the inside of the pan that holds the dough? I have a SunbeamIt has the non-stick coating and I've NEVER had any problems.

    Carole



  14. #14
    J Diane Northcutt
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    I have a Toastmaster Breadmachine. The pan does not appear to have any type of coating. My bread has never even oncestuck to the pan. I've made many types of bread in it over the last 11 years.
    Toastmaster recommends that you let the pan cool about 5 minutes then turn it upside down and give a good shake. The bread slides right out .

    Diane
    [quote]
    ----- Original Message -----
    From: alicejpeterson
    To: Budget101_@yahoogroups.com
    Sent: Saturday, July 05, 2008 9:49 PM
    Subject: Budget101.com : Re: ? About Bread machines-sticking






    I've tried spraying with cooking spray, but because it mixes in the
    machine, it mixes right in and still sticks--the best we can figure
    out is to use the bread machine to mix and rise and then take out and
    put in bread pans for final rising and bake in oven--but kind of
    defeats the purpose of a bread machine. Still, it would take less
    time than making bread without the machine.

    --- In Budget101_@yahoogroups.com, "Jessica Mason"
    <jessicamason37128@...> wrote:
    >
    > Hmmm...that can be aggravating...I always spray mine with a cooking
    spray
    > and even the banana bread slides right out.
    >
    > -------Original Message-------
    >
    > From: alicejpeterson
    > Date: 7/4/2008 6:33:04 AM
    > To: Budget101_@yahoogroups.com
    > Subject: Budget101.com : Re: ? About Bread machines
    >
    > We've had trouble with bread sticking in bread machines, and
    tearing
    > when you try to take it out. Does anyone have a remedy for this?
    It's
    > happened with every bread machine we've had (probably four of them--
    all
    > different models. Finally I gave up using them, but my daughter
    wants
    > to try again.
    >
    > --- In Budget101_@yahoogroups.com, "tashasmom1201" <tashasmom@>
    > wrote:
    > >
    > > I am thinking about purchasing a bread machine. But my question
    is,
    > can
    > > you make up batter for banana bread, applesauce bread, ect and
    put it
    > > into the machine to bake? I am hoping that baking this way will
    not
    > > heat up the kitchen thus saving money on air conditioning! Thanks!
    > >
    >





 

 

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