Zojirushi Bread Maker Recipes (Our Favorite 5)

Thanks for stopping by to read our Zojirushi bread maker recipes. You won't be disappointed! When it comes to bread makers, the Zojirushi refuses to be forgotten. It has certainly made a name for itself in the bread maker industry. Its high quality, a variety of features and durability have ensured it remains a fan favorite for years to come!

The Zojirushi can help you prepare the dough only, bake cakes or bake full loaves of bread as well as make jams. Its various cycles ensure proper kneading, rising and baking of the bread. To know about our favorite Zojirushi Bread Maker Recipes, read our article below:

Recipe #1: Ciabatta Bread

Zojirushi ciabatta bread recipe

What You’ll Need

  • Bread machine (Zojirushi recommended)
  • One and a half cups of water
  • One and a half tsp's of salt
  • One tsp of white sugar
  • One tbsp of olive oil
  • Three and a quarter cups of bread flour
  • One and a half tsp's of bread machine yeast

How to Make It

1.

Place the water and oil into the bread pan. Next, enter the flour, sugar, and salt in this order. Add the yeast, ensuring it does not touch the water. Select the dough cycle and press start.

2.

Generously flour a surface and place the dough over it. Cover with a large bowl or a plastic wrap. Rest it for 15 minutes.

3.

Divide dough into two pieces and shape them into ovals. Place the loaves into the baking pan and let them rest for 45 minutes.

4.

Preheat oven to 425 degrees F. Spritz it with water and place the loaves into the oven. Bake until golden brown, about 25 to 30 minutes.

Total Prep Time: 25 minutes

Total Cooking Time: 1 hour and 30 minutes including the dough cycle

Total Servings: Twenty-Four

Total Calories: 74 per serving


Recipe #2: Bagels

Zojirushi bagel recipe

What You’ll Need

  • A bread machine
  • One cup of warm water (110 degrees F)
  • One and a half tsp's of salt
  • Two tbsp's of white sugar
  • Three cups of bread flour
  • Two and a quarter tsp's of active dry yeast
  • One tbsp of cornmeal
  • Three quarts (12 Cups) of boiling water
  • Three tbsp's of sugar
  • One egg white
  • Three tbsp's of poppy seeds

How to Make It

1.

Place the water into the bread pan. Next, put the flour, sugar, and salt into the pan. Add the yeast in, ensuring it does not touch the water. Select the Dough Setting and select start.

2.

After the cycle, rest your dough on a lightly floured surface. Bring your measured water (3 quarts) to a boil and add 3 tbsp's of sugar to it. Stir.

3.

Cut the dough into 9 equal pieces and roll each piece into a small blade. After flattening the ball, poke a hole in the center with your thumb and twirl the dough. Cover with a clean cloth and let it rest for 10 minutes.

4.

Sprinkle a baking sheet with cornmeal and transfer the bagels into boiling water. Let them boil for 1 minute and turn them halfway through. Drain.

5.

Add a glaze of egg whites and sprinkle poppy seeds. Preheat the oven to 375 degrees. Bake the dough for 20 to 25 minutes.

Total Prep Time: 3 hours

Total Cooking Time: 30 minutes

Total Servings: Nine

Total Calories: 50 per serving


Recipe #3: Sweet Dinner Rolls

Zojirushi dinner roll recipe

What You’ll Need

  • A bread maker
  • Half a cup of warm water
  • Half a cup of warm milk
  • One egg
  • One-third cup of softened butter
  • One-third cup of white sugar
  • One tsp of salt
  • Three and three-quarters cups of all-purpose flour
  • One package of active dry yeast (.25 Ounce)
  • One-quarter cup of softened butter

How to Make It

1.

Place water and milk into the bread pan. Next, add the flour, sugar, salt, and butter in this order. Add the yeast, but ensure it does not touch any of the liquid ingredients. Select the Dough Setting and press the start.

2.

Once the cycle is complete, lightly flour a surface and place the dough on it. Divide the dough in half. Roll each half out into a 12-inch circle. 

3.

Next spread the remaining butter over each circle. Cut 8 wedges out of each circle. Roll these wedges starting at the wider end. Place them point side down onto a lightly greased baking pan.

4.

Cover with a kitchen towel and let them rise for 1 hour. Preheat the oven to 400 degrees F. Bake until golden brown color (About 10-15 minutes)

Total Prep Time: 2 hours including the mixing phase

Total Cooking Time: 15 minutes

Total Servings: Sixteen

Total Calories: 192 per serving


Recipe #4: Cranberry Bread

Zojirushi cranberry bread recipe

What You’ll Need

  • Bread maker with nut dispenser 
  • Three-quarters cup of warm water
  • One egg (lightly beaten)
  • One tbsp of margarine
  • Two and a half cups of all-purpose flour
  • Three tbsp's of dry milk powder
  • Two tbsp's of white sugar
  • Two tsp's of ground cinnamon
  • One tsp of vanilla extract
  • One tsp of salt
  • One and half tsp's of dry yeast
  • Half a cup of sweetened dried cranberries

How to Make It

1.

Place warm water, egg and vanilla extract into the pan. Next, add flour, sugar, dried milk, salt, butter, cinnamon into the pan. Choose the White Bread Setting. Select Start.

2.

You will hear a beeping sound once the machine is ready to accept the cranberries. Add them in now. Continue Baking until the cycle ends.

Total Prep Time: 5 minutes

Total Cooking Time: 3 hours

Total Servings: Twelve

Total Calories: 150 per serving


Recipe #5: Banana Nut Bread

What You’ll Need

  • Zojirushi bread maker
  • Half a cup of softened butter or margarine
  • Two-thirds cup of milk
  • Two eggs
  • One cup of white sugar
  • Two and a half cups of all-purpose flour
  • Two and a half tsp's of baking soda
  • One tsp of salt
  • Two-thirds cup of mashed bananas
  • Half a cup of chopped walnuts

How to Make It

1.

Spray bread machine with vegetable oil. Premix all ingredients in a separate bowl.

2.

Put the mixed batter into the bread machine pan. Choose the Cake Setting and press Start.

3.

Cook until the cycle stops. When done, cool the cake on a cooling rack. Serve and Enjoy.

Total Prep Time: 20 minutes

Total Cooking Time: 1 hour

Total Servings: Ten

Total Calories: 374 per serving


Final Thoughts

So, all in all, our top recipes for the Zojirushi bread machine are bound to turn heads at your next dinner party. Folks will be surprised that you made this yourself at home! These are perfect as they allow you to waste minimal time on things such as kneading and rising the dough!

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