Oster Bread Maker Recipes (Our 4 Best Picks)

Thanks for stopping by to learn all about our favorite Oster bread maker recipes! Bread machines can make our life easier as they can knead, mix, rise and bake our bread. The Oster bread maker is yet another such appliance that is a kitchen staple for many. Why you ask? Well, it’s due to the variety of functions the Oster can perform that it has gained such popularity in the average American Household.

With it, you can bake all kinds of bread, knead your dough, make pizza, bake a cake, and so much more. So, without further ado, here are our picks for the best Oster Bread Maker Recipes:

Recipe #1 -  Hot Cross Buns

Oster hot cross bun recipe

What You’ll Need

  • A Bread Machine (Oster Recommended)
  • One-quarter cup of warm water (110 °F/ 45°C)
  • Three tbsp’s of butter
  • One tbsp of instant powdered milk
  • One-quarter cup of white sugar
  • One three-quarter’s tsp of salt
  • One egg
  • One egg white
  • Three cups of all-purpose flour
  • One tbsp of active dry yeast
  • One three-quarters cup of dried currants
  • One tsp of ground cinnamon
  • One egg yolk
  • Two tbsp’s of water
  • One-half cup of confectioner’s sugar
  • One-quarter tsp of vanilla extract
  • Two tsp’s of milk

How to Make It

1.

Pour in butter, warm water, skim milk powder, sugar, egg white, salt, egg, yeast, and flour in the bread maker. Ensure the yeast does not touch any of the liquid ingredients.

2.

Next, select the dough setting. The bread maker will beep to tell you to add any solid ingredients such as currants. At this point, add in currants as well as cinnamon and leave until end of cycle.

3.

After the cycle, punch the dough down on a floured flat surface. Cover and let it rest for 10 minutes.

4.

Shape into 12 balls and place on a greased pan. Cover it with a kitchen cloth and let it rise for 30- 40 minutes until they double in size.

5.

Mix the egg yolk and the two tbsp's of water. Brush this mixture on the dough balls.

6.

Preheat your oven to 375 degrees F and bake for 20 minutes. When done, cool on a cooling rack.

7.

For the crosses, mix the confectioner’ sugar together with sugar, vanilla, and milk.

7.

Place this glaze into a piping bag and pipe a cross onto each bun. Next, serve and enjoy!

Total Prep Time: 2 and a half hours including the mixing time.

Total Cooking Time: 20 minutes.

Total Servings: Twelve.

Total Calories: 217 per serving.

Recipe #2 - Sweet Potato Rolls

Sweet potato rolls made in an Oster bread maker

What You’ll Need

  • Oster Bread Machine
  • One cup of mashed sweet potatoes
  • One-quarter cup of milk
  • Three tbsp’s of melted butter (with a bit extra for the topping)
  • One beaten egg
  • Four cups of all-purpose flour
  • Four tbsp's of sugar
  • One tsp of salt
  • Two and a quarter tsp’s of active dry yeast

How to Make It

1.

Peel sweet potatoes and cut them into cubes. Place the cubed potatoes into a boiling pot of salted water. Cover and cook on low heat for 20 minutes.

2.

Drain the potatoes and mash them. When cool, measure out one cup and add to your machine with the rest of the ingredients. Ensure that the yeast doesn't touch the liquids.

3.

Select the Dough cycle. Once the cycle is complete, tear off pieces of the dough to make balls. Place these balls on a greased baking pan.

4.

Next, cover rolls with a cloth and let them rise for about 45 minutes in a warm place.

5.

Preheat your oven to about 375 degrees F. Bake in preheated oven for 20 to 30 minutes.

6.

When finished, cool and brush the tops with softened butter. Serve and enjoy!

Total Prep Time: 2 hours including the mixing process.

Total Cooking Time: 30 minutes.

Total Servings: Twenty-four.

Total Calories: 141 per serving.

Recipe #3 - Steakhouse Black Bread

Oster steakhouse black bread recipe

What You’ll Need

  • Oster Bread Maker
  • One and one-third cups of strong brewed coffee cooled
  • One-quarter cup of vegetable oil
  • One-quarter cup of dark molasses
  • Two tbsp’s of brown sugar
  • One cup of whole wheat flour
  • One cup of rye flour
  • Two cups of bread flour
  • Two tbsp’s of unsweetened cocoa powder
  • One and a half tsp’s of salt
  • Two and a half tbsp’s of bread machine yeast or active dry yeast

How to Make It

1.

Place all the liquid ingredients into the bread pan first. Next, place all the dry ingredients and then the yeast. Ensure the yeast does not touch the liquid contents. Select the dough cycle.

2.

Remove the dough at the end of the cycle. Preheat your oven to 375 degrees F.

3.

Shape the dough into twelve dinner rolls or one simple loaf. Cover with a cloth and set in a warm place to rise.

4.

Let it rise until it's doubled in size. Bake for twenty minutes in the preheated oven. Remove from oven, serve and enjoy!

Total Prep Time: 3 hours including the mixing process.

Total Cooking Time: 20 minutes.

Total Servings: Twelve or one loaf.

Total Calories: 220 per serving.

Recipe #4 - Potato Rosemary Rolls

Potato rosemary rolls recipe

What You’ll Need

  • Bread Maker (Oster)
  • One and one-eighth cups of warm water
  • Two tbsp’s of olive oil
  • Two tbsp’s of nonfat dry milk powder
  • One-half cup of dry potato flakes
  • One tbsp of white sugar
  • One tsp of dried crushed rosemary
  • One tsp of salt
  • Three cups of bread flour
  • One and a half tsp’s of bread machine yeast
  • One tbsp of cornmeal
  • One beaten egg
  • Two tsp’s of kosher salt

How to Make It

1.

Add all the liquid ingredients first, such as the olive oil, water.Then add the dry ingredients including the yeast. Select the Dough cycle and press start.

2.

After the cycle is over, remove the dough and place it on a powdered surface. Divide into 12 equal pieces.Roll into a rope. Coil it and tuck the end in through the middle.

3.

Place the rolls on a baking sheet about 2 inches apart.Cover it with a kitchen cloth and let it rise for 45 minutes.

4.

When finished rising, brush with melted butter or an egg glaze. Now, sprinkle the kosher salt.

5.

Preheat oven to 190 degrees C. Bake it for about 16 to 20 minutes. When finished baking, remove from oven and cool. Serve and enjoy.

Total Prep Time: 3 hours including the mixing process.

Total Cooking Time: 20 minutes.

Total Servings: Twelve.

Total Calories: 46 per serving.

Final Thoughts

So, all in all, The Oster Bread Maker is an absolute must-have that will make your life in the kitchen easier. Our top recipes will help you gain traction in the culinary world! Be sure to let us know your favorite in the comments below.

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