A 1-0 victory over Hertha Berlin, coupled with VfL Wolfsburg's 1-0 defeat at Borussia Mönchengladbach, left the Bavarians 15 points clear of the Wolves with only 12 left to play for in the 2014/15 campaign.
Germany's most successful club now boasts a 24th Bundesliga title and a 25th national championship, having once again proved beyond any doubt they are the team to beat in the league of the world champions.
To remind yourself of how Pep Guardiola's men made history once again, here are the video highlights of every one of their league games this season. Simply click on the scoreline to watch your desired encounter:
On the season's final day, Bayern claimed a routine 2-0 win over Mainz and get the title celebrations started.
Pep Guardiola's charges surrendered a one-goal lead to lose 2-1 at struggling SC Freiburg at the Schwarzwald-Stadion.
After going down 3-0 at Barcelona in the Champions League, ten-man Bayern fell to their second home defeat of the league campaign in the Bavarian derby.
FC Bayern's first league game since being crowned champions ended in defeat, as a much-changed line-up fell short on the road against a motivated Leverkusen side.
Bastian Schweinsteiger's excellent 80th-minute winner helped the Bavarians to down a stubborn Hertha outfit in front of a sold-out Allianz Arena.
Sebastian Rode's second of the season and an Andreas Beck own goal ensured the Bavarians extended their unbeaten run against Hoffenheim to 14 top-flight games.
A brace from Robert Lewandowski and a Thomas Müller effort gave the Reds a comfortable win over Eintracht Frankfurt as the title edged ever closer.
Robert Lewandowski returned to haunt his former club Borussia Dortmund by netting a first-half winner in the 92nd edition of Der Klassiker.
The Bavarians were undone by a tactical masterclass from the Foals, with Raffael's brace securing Gladbach's first win at Bayern since October 1995.
David Alaba, Thomas Müller and a Robert Lewandowski double helped Bayern overcome Viktor Skripnik's improving Werder Bremen at the Weserstadion.
Despite a plucky performance from the hosts, a Xabi Alonso free-kick and two goals from Thomas Müller ensured Bayern the points in Lower Saxony.
On the occasion of the club's 115th birthday, Bayern produced a clinical display to see off 1. FC Köln at the Allianz Arena to maintain their lead at the top of the table.
Arjen Robben and Franck Ribery tore Paderborn to shreds at the Benteler Arena, as FC Bayern sealed their biggest away win of the season to date.
Just under two years on from an historic 9-2 win against HSV, Bayern once again humbled the northerners, with three players scoring braces in an astonishing win.
Individual quality made the difference for Pep Guardiola's men at the Mercedes-Benz Arena, with Arjen Robben and David Alaba both netting spectacular strikes.
Despite the dismissal of Jerome Boateng, Bayern dominated Schalke and would have won but for a late equaliser from the Royal Blues' Benedikt Höwedes.
Wolfsburg and Kevin De Bruyne were far too good for Bayern in the opening game of 2015, the Wolves condemning them to their first loss of the season.
A Bastian Schweinsteiger free-kick and a late strike from Arjen Robben ensured Bayern ended the year on a winning note against an unlucky Mainz outfit.
Dutch superstar Arjen Robben was once again on the scoresheet as a dominant Bayern side secured the easiest of 2-0 wins against Freiburg.
Karl-Heinz Rummenigge described Arjen Robben as "the best outfield player in the world" after the winger grabbed two more brilliant goals to down a stubborn Augsburg.
A goal from Franck Ribery six minutes after the restart was all that separated Bayern from a disappointing Leverkusen side in Matchday 14's game of the week.
On the ground where they had secured the league title the season before, Arjen Robben's goal was enough for Pep Guardiola's side to see off the Berliners.
The Reds displayed some of their most vibrant attacking football of the season to send Hoffenheim packing to the true of a comprehensive defeat.
Thomas Müller scored the first hat-trick of the Bundesliga season, while Jerome Boateng set a new record of appearing in 50 consecutive league games without loss.
After trailing at the break, Bayern came from behind to beat Dortmund in the season's first Klassiker, with Robert Lewandowski scoring against his former employers.
In one of the most entertaining goalless draws in recent memory, Bayern had FIFA World Cup winner Manuel Neuer to thank as they escaped Gladbach with a point.
Die Münchner added to Bremen's early-season woes with an emphatic display, with Philipp Lahm netting is first Bundesliga brace in his 321st top-flight appearance.
Arjen Robben chalked up his 100th direct involvement in a goal in only his 110th appearance, as Bayern made light work of Hannover.
Xabi Alonso set a new Bundesliga record by having 204 touches of the ball, while Mario Götze and a Daniel Halfar own goal gave Bayern the points in the Rhineland.
Paderborn arrived in Munich as table-toppers but were unable to cope with the Reds, with Robert Lewandowski scoring his first home goal in Bayern colours.
Bayern were surprised by a competitive and tenacious Hamburg side, who ground out a draw in their first game under new coach Josef Zinnbauer.
Mario Götze and Franck Ribery both opened their season accounts as the home side recorded a not entirely convincing home win.
Robert Lewandowski's first goal for the club was not enough for an eighth straight league win against the Royal Blues, as Benedikt Höwedes equalised late on.
The season's opening game more than lived up to its extensive billing, with goals from Arjen Robben and Thomas Müller enough for Bayern to edge out Wolfsburg.