Zojirushi bread makers are some of the best on the market.
They are durable, reliable, and make perfect bread every time.
So if you are looking for some delicious recipes to make in your Zojirushi bread maker, then you are in the right place.
I’m sharing 21 of the best recipes that you can make in your bread maker, including everything from classic white bread and whole wheat bread to sourdough and brioche.
Whether you are looking for a quick and easy recipe or something a little more challenging, there is something for everyone in this collection.
21 Best Zojirushi Bread Maker Recipes
Bread making can be fun and relaxing, but it can also be a huge pain in the butt!
If you’re tired of spending hours kneading dough by hand and then baking it in your oven, a Zojirushi bread maker is just what you need.
With this handy appliance, you can make fresh, delicious loaves in no time at all.
It’s simple: just put your ingredients into the machine, press a button and wait for it to do its thing.
When your loaf is ready, take it out and enjoy!
Here are 21 of the best Zojirushi bread maker recipes:
Best Bread Machine Dinner Rolls
I’m a big fan of making dinner rolls in my bread maker.
There are so many reasons why I love it—it’s easy, it’s fast, and it’s delicious.
You can make these best bread machine dinner rolls with just a few ingredients and a few minutes of prep time.
These rolls are great to serve with any meal and they’re especially good with soups or stews.
They’re also pretty versatile: you can change up the flavor by adding different spices or even dried herbs like rosemary or thyme (just be sure not to add too much!).
If you don’t have all-purpose flour on hand, whole wheat flour works well too!
If you’re looking for an easy way to make fresh-tasting dinner rolls quickly and effortlessly, this recipe is for you!
Bread Machine Pizza Dough
This recipe is super easy, and it’s a great way to use up leftover ingredients in your kitchen.
It also makes for a perfect pairing with some homemade pizza sauce, mozzarella cheese and olive oil.
This recipe calls for bread flour, so if you don’t have any on hand, feel free to substitute an equal amount of all-purpose flour.
I love making this recipe with my husband because we get really creative with our toppings!
We’ll add pepperoni, mushrooms or even olives—whatever we have on hand at the time will work!
Easy White Mountain Bread
This is one of my go-to recipes for white bread.
It’s so easy, and the bread turns out perfect every time.
I like to use honey instead of sugar because it gives a more complex flavor profile.
Just be careful not to overdo it—you want a pleasing sweetness, but you don’t want it to taste like candy!
This recipe is great for your bread machine, and it’s so simple to make!
You’ll need just a few ingredients and about an hour of your time.
You can use any herb you like in this recipe—rosemary, thyme, sage… they all work well.
Try adding some fresh garlic to the bread dough before baking if you want a hint of extra flavor.
This bread pairs perfectly with soup and salad, or as a side dish at dinner parties.
It also makes delicious toast!
If you don’t have an egg on hand, try substituting flaxseed oil for olive oil (1 tablespoon flaxseed oil = 1 egg).
Easy Bread Machine Donuts
This is one of my favorite recipes to make in my Zojirushi bread maker.
The donuts come out soft and light, with a great texture and flavor.
The donuts pair really well with many different things—try them with ice cream or fresh fruit preserves for breakfast or dessert.
They’re also great with hot cocoa or coffee in the morning!
Bread Machine Ciabatta Rolls
This is a recipe I’ve been making for years.
It’s great because it’s so simple, and the bread maker does all the hard work for you.
You just add some yeast, flour, and water, and let it do its thing!
The rolls are nice and airy—perfect for sandwiches or toasted with butter on top.
They also freeze really well if you want to make them ahead of time for later use (just let them thaw out at room temperature).
If you’re feeling adventurous, try adding some herbs or spices to the dough before baking.
Or if you prefer plainer foods, just leave out any extra seasonings you might have added in.
The bread will still taste great either way!
Bread Machine Banana Nut Bread
This recipe is easy to follow and yields a delicious loaf of banana nut bread that’s perfect for breakfast, dessert, or as an afternoon snack.
Here are a few tips for customizing this recipe:
-Add more banana slices than are called for in the original recipe.
-Add 1/4 cup of chopped walnuts or pecans instead of mini chocolate chips if you’re not a fan of chocolate.
-Substitute whole wheat flour for half of the unbleached all-purpose flour called for in this recipe.
Bread Machine Cinnamon Rolls
These Cinnamon Rolls are great for breakfast, brunch, or any time of day.
They’re also great as an afternoon snack with some coffee or tea!
I love these cinnamon rolls with a cup of coffee or tea—just the right amount of sweetness and warmth to start your day off right.
If you’re looking for something a little more savory, try serving them with butter and jam.
Or if you want a sweeter dessert option, serve them with vanilla ice cream and fresh fruit.
If you don’t have brown sugar on hand, feel free to use regular granulated white sugar instead.
If you don’t have powdered sugar on hand either, just use regular granulated white sugar instead.
Best Bread Machine Buns
The best time to serve these buns is at breakfast.
They’re great with butter and jam, or with a little bit of honey and peanut butter.
You can also serve them for dinner as part of a sandwich, or just on their own as a side dish.
These buns are great with any kind of meat (especially pork chops), as well as any kind of salad or vegetable.
If you’re looking for something more exotic, try topping them with some avocado slices and cilantro leaves before serving!
If you don’t have quick rise yeast on hand, you can substitute it with regular active dry yeast instead.
The result will still be delicious!
Bread Maker Bagels
This is a great recipe to make on a Sunday morning when you’re feeling like you need a little extra comfort, or on any day if you’re craving bagels.
The reason I love making it in the bread maker is that all of the ingredients are just thrown into one bowl and then they get mixed together evenly while the machine does all of the work!
It’s so easy and rewarding to see how much better your hands are than machines at mixing things together properly!
This bread goes well with just about any meal! It goes especially well with cream cheese, lox, and onions or tomatoes.
If you don’t feel like eating it for breakfast or lunch, try having it for dinner with some pasta or salad.
If you don’t have poppy seeds on hand (or just don’t like them), try substituting them with sesame seeds instead!
Pretzel Bites Using the Bread Machine
This recipe makes a delicious snack.
You can serve them with a dipping sauce or eat them as is.
These are great for parties or just to keep around for those times when you want something salty and crunchy.
These pretzel bites make great snacks for watching the game or having friends over, but they’re also good with dinner.
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I like to serve them with soup or salad, or alongside some meatballs and tomato sauce!
A lot of my friends think that these pretzel bites go best with beer, but they’re actually pretty good with wine too!
My favorite way to enjoy them is alongside a glass of red wine (or two).
The saltiness goes well with the sweetness of the wine, which makes for a really lovely combination of flavors in your mouth!
Bread Machine Soft Pretzels
Soft pretzels are a great snack to serve at parties, game nights, or while watching movies with friends.
They are best eaten warm and fresh out of the oven, but they can keep well in an airtight container for up to three days.
Soft pretzels go well with many different kinds of dips and spreads.
Try them with sour cream dip, hummus, or peanut butter!
If you don’t have any brown sugar on hand, you can substitute white sugar instead.
It won’t have quite the same flavor as brown sugar does, but it will still give you a nice soft baked texture.
Buttery Dinner Rolls in the Bread Machine
Bread machines are great for making all kinds of bread, but sometimes you just want to take a break from the usual loaf.
That’s when this recipe for Buttery Dinner Rolls comes in handy!
These rolls work well with any meal and can be served at any time of day.
These rolls will last for up to 3 days after being baked, so it’s a great option for making ahead of time.
Store them in an airtight container at room temperature and keep them refrigerated after that point.
The buttery flavor of these rolls pairs well with many different dishes.
They’re especially tasty when paired with soup or a salad to make a complete meal.
Try serving them alongside chicken or fish dishes as well!
If you don’t have active dry yeast on hand, substitute it with bread machine yeast instead.
If you don’t have bread flour available, use all-purpose flour instead—just add 1/4 cup more water than what’s called for in the recipe.
Rosemary Focaccia Bread Machine Recipe
Rosemary Focaccia Bread is best served warm, fresh out of the oven.
It’s great for breakfast, lunch, or dinner.
You can even make it as a treat for yourself on a lazy Sunday morning!
Try this bread with lots of different foods—it goes well with just about anything!
You can serve it with soup, salad, or a hearty stew. It also pairs well with wine and beer (especially if you’re having a glass of each).
If you don’t have bread flour on hand but still want to make this recipe in your Zojirushi bread maker, try replacing it with 1 cup all-purpose flour plus 1/2 teaspoon xanthan gum.
Luscious Bread Machine White Bread Recipe
If you’re looking for a bread recipe that’s quick and easy to make, this is it.
With just four ingredients and no kneading required, this bread machine white bread recipe will have you baking up loaves of your own in no time.
This is an amazing kind of bread to serve with soup or chili.
It’s also great with butter and jam or honey.
You could even try it as sandwich bread or toast—or just eat it plain!
Pair this bread with any meal: soup, pasta dinners, stews, casseroles…you get the point!
It’s also great paired with other types of breads like sourdough or whole wheat.
Amazing Honey Oatmeal Bread
This bread is best served warm, right out of the oven.
It’s great with a savory spread like hummus or baba ganoush, or a sweet spread like peanut butter or Nutella.
You can also pair it with soup, or even just serve it as an afternoon snack.
If you don’t have active dry yeast on hand, you can substitute regular baking yeast instead!
Just follow the instructions that come on the package for activating it first before adding it to your recipe.
Ancient Multigrain Bread
This ancient multigrain bread is a great way to start your day.
It’s packed with whole wheat flour, quinoa, brown sugar, ground flax seed and dry milk.
This recipe makes 2 loaves of bread in a Zojirushi bread maker.
If you don’t have one you can make this recipe in a large bowl or stand mixer and then bake it in the oven for about 45 minutes at 350 degrees Fahrenheit.
This recipe is easy and quick to make, but here are some things to keep in mind when making it:
-Use low-fat or skim milk if possible as it will make your bread less dense.
-If you don’t have quinoa on hand you can substitute oats or barley instead.
-You can use any type of flour instead of whole wheat flour, but if using another type of flour add about 1/4 cup more than what is called for in this recipe.
Bread Machine Challah (Dairy-Free)
I love to make this bread as a side to a bowl of soup, or use it in place of my usual Challah at the Passover Seder.
I also like to use it for French toast or bread pudding.
The bread is best if not sliced until after it has cooled completely.
It keeps for up to 3 days at room temperature, but is best eaten fresh.
If you’re planning on freezing it, let the loaf cool completely first and wrap tightly in plastic wrap before freezing.
Grandma’s Bread-Machine Banana Bread Recipe
I love to pair this banana bread with a tall glass of milk, or a hot cup of coffee.
It’s also great for breakfast sandwiches!
My grandma always uses fresh bananas, but if you’re just not in the mood for that, you can definitely substitute out the bananas for 3/4 cup of mashed ripe banana.
If you do this, use 1/2 cup less flour and add another 1/4 cup of mini chocolate chips.
If you want to make this recipe vegan, use maple syrup in place of the brown sugar (1/2 cup).
Homemade Bread Maker Gluten-Free Bread
This recipe is simple to make and uses ingredients you probably already have on hand.
But if you don’t have xanthan gum or gelatin, don’t worry!
You can substitute 1 tablespoon of cornstarch for each of them.
Or, if you don’t have apple cider vinegar, use white vinegar instead!
The great thing about this recipe is that it makes a loaf of bread that stays fresh for days—it’s perfect for making ahead of time so you can just pull it out when you need it.
It also works well as a base for other recipes: try adding cinnamon or raisins to make Cinnamon Raisin Bread or adding chocolate chips or blueberries to make Blueberry Chocolate Chip Bread!
Bread Machine Italian Bread
This recipe is a great way to use up any extra bread machine yeast you have left over from your last loaf.
It’s also a fantastic way to use up that olive oil you always have hanging out in your fridge, but never know what to do with.
If you don’t have an Italian seasoning blend on hand, feel free to sub in a pinch of basil, oregano and thyme.
If you don’t have bread flour on hand, feel free to swap it out for all-purpose flour.
21 Best Zojirushi Bread Maker Recipes
- Best Bread Machine Dinner Rolls
- Bread Machine Pizza Dough
- Easy White Mountain Bread
- Herb Bread
- Easy Bread Machine Donuts
- Bread Machine Ciabatta Rolls
- Bread Machine Banana Nut Bread
- Bread Machine Cinnamon Rolls
- Best Bread Machine Buns
- Bread Maker Bagels
- Pretzel Bites Using the Bread Machine
- Bread Machine Soft Pretzels
- Buttery Dinner Rolls in the Bread Machine
- Rosemary Focaccia Bread Machine Recipe
- Luscious Bread Machine White Bread Recipe
- Amazing Honey Oatmeal Bread
- Ancient Multigrain Bread
- Bread Machine Challah (Dairy-Free)
- Grandma's Bread-Machine Banana Bread Recipe
- Homemade Bread Maker Gluten-Free Bread
- Bread Machine Italian Bread
- Pick your favorite bread recipe from this article.
- Prepare the ingredients according to the recipe.
- Be ready to munch in no time!
Hi, I'm Benjamin. I love cooking, long walks, and my girlfriend! Here you’ll find simple and delicious recipes that you can make in 30 minutes or less.