My kids love English Muffins. I’m not sure what it is about them. Maybe because they’re round or because they are airy and delicious. It’s hard to say with my kids. But if they love it, I try to figure out how to make it. It’s kind of what we do.
I found this recipe on Food.com and gave it a try. I love that you make the dough in a bread machine. I love my bread machine. And I was a little surprised by how easy they were to make.
You just pat out the dough (don’t roll it out).
My son was excited to help me make them. I love when my kids bake with me! Then cut out the dough and place the rounds on a cookie sheet to rise.
Ours were either too thin to begin with or didn’t rise enough. I would have liked them to be a little bit thicker. (Note for next time.)
Did you know that you cook these over the stove, not in the oven? That one threw me for a loop. It’s bread. Weird.
But they were delicious! Just like the store bought kind except better!
We toasted them and spread on some of our Homemade Cinnamon and Sugar Butter (another great project to do with your kids.)
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