I kept saying to myself while doing dishes the other day. It's time! It's time! It's time!! It's time to share a video of your famous homemade milk bread recipe. I have wanted to share many other bread recipes on my YouTube channel but I really wanted to start from a very basic bread recipe. A recipe anyone can follow and succeed. A recipe that is great for beginner bread bakers. And you know what? This Homemade Milk Bread recipe is it!
Listen, if you have never made bread, start here. You will be able to make this one. It doesn't matter if you are male or female - YOU CAN make it.
Testimonies abound from those who have followed this recipe and succeeded. Thanks to everyone who has sent me pictures of their homemade bread! You all make my heart sing.
I taught my friend how to make this bread some weeks ago and guess what? She now bakes it almost every week. She mostly doubles or triples or quadruples the recipe because one batch vanishes fast! I suggest you do the same thing. Double the recipe at least because these loaves are so delicious. They won't last long!
This homemade bread is soft, milky and fluffy! Enjoy it as it is, enjoy in a sandwich or anyhow you like.
Here's the thing: once you see that making your own bread at home is not rocket science, you will be excited to make yours. These days I find it hard to buy bread like super hard. That's because even the supposed "healthy" versions of industrial bread are made with lots of ingredients (over 20!), a great number of which are preservatives and chemicals. I mean, come on, you only need about 5-10 ingredients for delicious homemade bread.
So, homemade milk bread to the rescue! I bake a lot of bread at home. Like a lot. But I probably bake this bread more than any other of my bread recipes.
So watch the video, go get the ingredients, get measuring cups and spoons if you don't have any and make some. Enjoy, friends!
Watch how to make Homemade Milk Bread:
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Homemade Milk Bread
- 3 cups flour (375g) + ¼ cup more for rolling
- 1 teaspoon active dry yeast
- 1 cup warm water (110 degrees F)
- ¼ cup evaporated milk (60 ml)
- 4 tablespoons sugar
- ½ teaspoon salt
- 3 tablespoons butter (melted)
- 1 egg for egg wash
- In a large bowl, mix together warm water, yeast, and sugar. Pour in milk and melted butter. Whisk to combine. Add the flour and salt and mix to form a sticky dough.
- Generously flour a board then transfer dough to the board. Sprinkle with more flour and knead gently, sprinkling more flour as needed. However, be sure to avoid adding too much flour as this might result in hard bread.
- Divide the dough into four equal pieces. Sprinkle board with flour then roll out one piece of dough. It should be about ten inches wide. Pick one end of the bread and roll to the other end. Tuck in the edges to form a loaf. Use a knife to make four diagonal cuts across the bread. Place on a greased tray or a tray lined with parchment paper. Repeat process with the rest of the pieces of dough.Note: To see how I form the loaves, watch the video.
- Place the loaves in a warm place to rise. I love turning my oven on for 2 minutes then turning it off and placing the bread in them to rise. Let them rise for one hour until about doubled in size.
- Beat egg then generously brush the loaves with the egg. Bake in a preheated oven at 350 degrees F (180 degrees C) for 15 minutes until the loaves are golden brown. Enjoy!
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There's no limit to what can be done in the kitchen. You can bake bread, make your own spreads or whatever your heart desires. You can cook anything. Just believe in yourself then get those ingredients and try. There's nothing like homemade food!
Thanks-a-mundo for the post.Much thanks again. Really Cool.
You're most welcome!
Precious, thanks for the article post.Really thank you! Great.
You are welcome!
Thanks so much for giving us recipes , God bless you.
Precious thanks a lot for sharing this with us. I made it today and It turned out perfectly. I don't think I'll buy bread again
Oh so glad to hear that, Natalie! Thank you for coming back to let me know.
rose ndubuisi says
Thanks a lot for sharing your knowledge with us .....God inspire you the more.
Amen! Thank you, Rose.
Bakare Rashidat says
thanks for the recipe and procedure
You are welcome, Bakare!
Can a microwave be used if your oven has problems???
Hi Kiya, sorry a microwave won't work here.
Thanks Mum Precious for the recipee. Please in the absence of an oven, Can it be baked in a heated Sand pot?
Yes it can.
Thanks for this recipe. I'm about to bake some bread right now. Will let you know how it turns out.
Hi Lyn, hope you enjoyed the bread!
Favour francisco says
Can i rebake it because i sliced the bread and the look like it was not baked
Hi Favour, you can definitely put it back in the oven and bake some more. How long did you bake it for?
pls what type of flour did you use. becuse when i use all purpose flour my bread doesnt taste as bread at the end and the surface is usually hard.
I used all-purpose flour.
Meh ki says
Precious thank you so much for the receipe I just made my milk bread and its so yummy 😋 😍 😊
So glad you loved it, Meh. Thank you for the great feedback.