Making sliced ​​bread at home is now one of our entertainments. It's great for kids who sometimes prefer to eat a sandwich with softer bread for lunch. Or for breakfast some delicious toast with oil.

There is nothing better than making your own bread at home and of all the breads that I have come to make with the Moulinex * bread maker , this is one of the ones that I repeat the most.

Believe me that it is addictive and in this way much more comfortable than having to knead by hand, or watching the times, since the programs do everything. Of course... one controls the quality of the flour, the milk and all the ingredients.

Moulinex OW6101 bread maker with baguette accessory , Le Creuset Damascus steel knife


  • 500g of flour
  • 220 ml of water
  • 50ml milk
  • 18 g fresh yeast
  • 1 teaspoon of sugar
  • 22g of oil
  • 10g of salt


    1. In the breadmaker 's vat they are placed in this order: water, milk, salt, flour, yeast and sugar.
    2. We place the vat in the machine* and select program 4, the weight of the bread (the quantities are for a small loaf) and the level of toasting that we like.
    3. We press the power button and let the bread maker do its job.
    4. We extract the vat and unmold the bread.
    5. We cut it into slices with a lyre, or with a very sharp knife.

      *I have used the Moulinex OW6101 bread maker but you will prepare it in exactly the same way with the Moulinex OW240E30 bread maker (it also involves introducing the ingredients, turning on the chosen bread program and waiting for it to knead and bake itself).

      Moulinex OW6101 bread maker with baguette accessory , Le Creuset damascus steel knife and Caractère Revol porcelain plate

      We can store the slices in a bag and freeze to toast at the time of consumption. Although when we do it it doesn't happen because it usually flies!!

      Author of the recipe: Beatriz from To Be Gourmet


      Ana said:

      El aceite cuando se pone? Gracias :)

      miriam said:

      creo que falta un ingrdiente

      JORGE AZOCAR said:

      Tengo una panificadora Molinex pain dore y deseo saber que programa puedo usar para obtener solo masa lista para honrarla en otro dispositivo

      Ana said:

      Hola! Voy a usar harina panificable pero me pregunto también la levadura… tengo levadura de panadero seca, si sirve: qué cantidad sería la adecuada? Gracias!!

      Rosa said:

      Tiene que ser levadura fresca o se puede usar la de Panadería que se vende en sobres?

      Ana said:

      Yo para hacer pan de molde uso harina normal es decir la de todo uso

      Ana said:

      Buenos dias:
      Me puedes decir si es harina de todo uso o harina de fuerza?, muchas gracias.

      M. Angeles said:

      A que peso os referís con “pan pequeño” en esa panificadora? No se si todas hacen los mismos tamaños

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