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This homemade English muffin bread is my go to bread recipe when I'm in a hurry, it has a crisp crust and dense crumb, a delicious loaf for breakfast or any meal, even better with a cheese and cold cut platter!

English muffin bread has become a staple in my household, especially when in a hurry, because it is faster made than any other bread, 45 minutes proofing time, 25 minutes in the oven and you are done!

The second reason I like to make it is because we love it, as soon as my son and husband notice that I have made it, they take out the cheese and start eating it slice after slice right at the kitchen counter.

If you have leftovers, this bread makes also for great croutons for soups or panzanella salad.

My bread baking pan is a bit larger than a standard one but this bread will come out more risen when baked into a standard 8 1/2" x 4 1/2" loaf pan.

If you like to bake bread, you might be interested by my Buttermilk Sweet Potato Bread or my Herbs of Provence Bread for Crostini.

  • 1 loaf
  • Easy
  • 1 h 30

Recipe :

Ingredients:

1 cup (240 ml) milk

1/4 cup (60 ml) cup water

2 tsp active dry yeast

1 tsp sugar

3 cups (390 g.) all-purpose flour

1 tsp salt

1/4 tsp baking soda

1 tbsp. corn meal

Instructions:

Mix the milk and water, microwave to lukewarm (no more than 100°F / 40°C), add in the sugar and stir, add the active dry yeast, set aside until frothy, about 10 minutes

Briefly whisk together the flour, salt and baking soda

Into the bowl of your stand mixer fitted with the kneading hook, add the yeast mixture, flour mixture, knead on medium/low speed for about 7 minutes, the dough should be slightly sticky, if it is too sticky add up to 2 tbsp. flour

Butter or spray a bread mold with a nonstick cooking spray, sprinkle the pan evenly with the corn meal, arrange the dough into the baking pan, cover with a kitchen towel and let rise until doubled in volume, about 45 minutes

Pre-heat oven to 400°F (200°C) and bake for 25 minutes or until golden brown and the bread starts to come away from the sides of mold

Set aside to cool for about 10 minutes, remove from the mold and let cool completely

Enjoy!

Recipe adapted from kingarthurflour.com, click here for their method

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Let's be honest here -- anytime there is homemade bread on the counter -- somebody's gonna slice into and go to town with cheese or coldcuts or just butter and jam. Love the quick prep of your recipe and I look forward to trying it very soon. ...

Let's be honest here -- anytime there is homemade bread on the counter -- somebody's gonna slice into and go to town with cheese or coldcuts or just butter and jam. Love the quick prep of your recipe and I look forward to trying it very soon. Thank you for sharing!

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Thanks Lisa, you're so right about going to town with cheese and cold cuts whenever there's freshly baked bread

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Oh, Patty...this bread looks divine. And I simply love English muffins, and in bread format? Wow. Love it. And it's not too difficult, or time-consuming to prepare. Very nice!!

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Thanks for your kind comment Kris, I hope you try it!

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I am always looking for easy, delicious new bread recipes so this one is absolutely perfect! Dont think I have ever heard of english muffin bread, it is so inventive

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Thanks Love, glad you like my recipe, really the easiest bread to make totally full proof

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This is a really good hearty bread that is so great in the morning with your coffee. I have a hard time sticking to just one or two slices! I have this on my weekly baking list.

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Thanks so much Amanda, I hope you like it

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Thank you Patty this bread looks scrumptious thank you for recipe.

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Thanks Thabisa, glad you like it!

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I LOVE bread...and English muffins. What a great idea....and I can just imagine how this would be warm, slathered in butter. OMG the aroma as this bakes would drive me insane. I would love this EVERY DAY of the week for breakfast.

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Thanks so much for your kind comment Gloria, glad you like it! True that the aroma of bread baking is awesome

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I'm not much of a baker, but I sure love it when someone else bakes for me! I bet this bread would be amazing with some butter and a fried egg. YUM! The rise on it looks perfect!

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Thanks Sarah, luckily for me this bread is so simple to make it doesn't require any special skills :D;)

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English Muffins with tons of salted butter are one of my absolute guilty pleasures in life... my mouth is watering just typing that. I did not know that English Muffin Bread was a thing! Does it taste like english muffins? Im guessing yes!
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English Muffins with tons of salted butter are one of my absolute guilty pleasures in life... my mouth is watering just typing that. I did not know that English Muffin Bread was a thing! Does it taste like english muffins? Im guessing yes!
I love that you added tips for eating and using up leftovers- especially in a Panzanella salad. Great idea!

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Thanks so much Susie, I'd say that the texture of the bread is dryer than that of English muffins but the taste is very close

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I've never heard of English Muffin Bread before but I like the sound of it! Especially the proof time, I'm impatient when it comes to bread. It does look like it would make excellent croutons but right now I'm dreaming of French toast, it looks...

I've never heard of English Muffin Bread before but I like the sound of it! Especially the proof time, I'm impatient when it comes to bread. It does look like it would make excellent croutons but right now I'm dreaming of French toast, it looks like it would make really good French toast.

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Thanks Meg, I didn't even think of French toast, good idea!

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My whole house smelled so good when this was baking..... I thought it would last the week, but we pretty much demolished it in less than a day. We just couldn't quit eating it. Needless to say we will be making it again!

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Thanks Michele, glad you liked it

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