Hamburger Buns Recipe for a Fall Picnic

Today, I’m crafting, for our fall picnic, some beautiful homemade hamburger buns. I’ve tried hamburger buns before, but ahem, it wasn’t my finest hour. They mostly became breadcrumbs as they ended up more pucks than buns. So I’m super excited to try out this recipe from a bread machine cookbook I picked up at a thrift store recently. And to be able to bake them in this beautiful bun pan? That has to make them so much more lovely, right? I can’t wait to get the hot dog bun pan, too.


The Results

Wow. Definitely the most impressive burger buns I’ve ever made. So light and fluffy and absolutely delicious! I love the pan, and, of course, the flour. Fantastic.


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  1. SarahM says

    I’ve tried for forever it seems to make hamburger buns but always fail…I can’t wait to give this recipe a try :) I think I might need the bun pan too! And there’s a hot dog bun pan, too?! Wow! You’ve just made this gal very happy!

  2. Jacqui says

    That pan is terrific! My buns are always “wonky” instead of so perfectly formed. I’ll have to try this recipe soon!

    • says

      So true! That was exactly my problem and these pans fixed it. I’m not sure why I didn’t think of it before. Store-bought buns have that little pan-impression circle on the bottom. Duh! :)