We think of cherries as a Christmas luxury but they’re at their best (and cheapest!) during January and February – making this the perfect time to give our Cherry Jam recipe a go.
Give a range of roast and grilled meats a sweet cranberry twist. This classic, easy and delicious sauce made with the help of a Panasonic bread maker perks up your meals any time of the year.
Old-fashioned Christmas cakes are such a lovely tradition! This fruity cake does have a reputation for being difficult to bake but our recipe lets you cheat your way to perfection using just your microwave and bread maker.
Our latest bread maker includes new artisan baking modes that let you create gourmet loaves, like this rustic sourdough bread made by incorporating a longer fermentation process for a delicious, mildly sour taste.
You can use your bread maker to perfect these delicious little treats. Simply add the ingredients to the bread pan, start the dough mode and your bread maker will turn out perfect dough every time. All you have to do then is fry them off, dust with powdered sugar, add your jam and enjoy!
Spicy, sweet and extra moist, this bread tastes just like a pumpkin pie without the crust. This is a loaf that improves with age, so expect it to taste even better the day after you baked it!
Freshly baked bread is even better when it comes with the aromatic pleasure of spices and fruit. What’s more, Panasonic bread makers feature an automatic raisin and nut dispenser that will evenly distribute the dried fruit through the loaf so that every slice is absolutely perfect! Your whole family will love this spicy fruit bread for breakfast or as a comforting afternoon treat.
A simple blend of fresh herbs (we are big fans of basil and oregano) and garlic is all you need to give a delicious lift to any loaf from your bread maker.
Sweet, soft and buttery, Brioche spans the divide between cake and bread. This rich French makes a marvellous desert or sweet treat and it is ever so easy to make using your Panasonic bread maker.
Our loaf has a delicious twist. Most recipes use overripe bananas but you haven’t always got one hanging around when the craving strikes. Our bread maker recipe just needs a handful of banana chips from the pantry and it’s good to go!