Best Bread Recipes
Bread is a staple at many dinner tables. But there's something different about homemade bread. These recipes range from easy, no-knead, sweet, savory, and more!
The perfect way to describe these rolls is if garlic knots that had a love child with kimchi and scallion pancakes. A sesame-scented dough is slathered with kimchi butter to create the ultimate savory breakfast roll. They're the perfect solution to wanting to enjoy a freshly-baked breakfast bun without all the sugar!
The potato remains a staple ingredient in most Irish households, so this recipe comes as no surprise. Starch in mashed potatoes is used to create the lightest rolls you will ever make. These cheddar potato rolls can be served with either Irish stew or by itself, coated in thick Irish butter.
This challah, with its crunchy topping and fluffy interior, is the result of many entries in the “Challah Trials” doc. It has both honey and sugar for sweetness, and it gets topped with a crunchy topping called dukkah. #roundchallah #roundchallahwithdukkah #dukkah #shabat #nutbread
Incorporating the two items into one with a Coffee Banana Bread, this delightful treat is both gluten- and dairy-free, as well as vegan (if you use egg and butter alternatives). It offers all the pleasure of traditional banana bread, but in a way that is friendly to most by avoiding allergens and food sensitivities. #glutenfree #coffeebananabread #coffeebananabreadrecipe #bananbreadrecipe #breadrecipes #homemadebread
Here, a milk bread dough is used to make cinnamon buns that are bumped up with a filling made with cinnamon, five-spice powder, and miso. The buns, which are adapted from a recipe from Shirley Chu found on Subtle Asian Baking, stay soft and tender for days, but we suspect they won’t last that long. #tangzhong #tangzongmilkbread #milkbread #asianbaking #milkbreadrecipe #cinnamonbuns #cinnamonbunrecipe
Dried cranberries and orange are great flavor partners. The sweet cranberries bake up juicy and plump, while the orange adds brightness to both the dough and the glaze. These scones require no special equipment beyond a box grater, meaning scone-making can happen quickly when the craving hits. #cranberryorange #scones #sconerecipes #cranberryrecipes #orangerecipes
With summer coming to an end, chances are the amount of time you have to dedicate to your morning routine is growing slim. And for those of you that have children, you can take that free time down even more. But thanks to the self-appointed “Internet Mom” Barbara Costello’s latest breakfast recipe, you may have the meal prep hack your mornings have been longing for. #crescentrolls #crescentrollsrecipe #crescentrecipes #sausagecreamcheese
Pão de queijo are essentially a version of French gougères. Like gougères, the dough for pão de queijo starts on the stovetop and eggs are beaten in one at a time. Also like gougères, the end result is a tray of crispy, hollow puffs. The biggest difference is that pão de queijo are made with sour cassava flour or tapioca flour instead of all-purpose flour. #paodequeijo #paodequeijoreciep #cheesebread #cheesepuffrecipes #brazilianrecipes #brazilianbread #braziliancheesebread
We get it — breadmaking can be intimidating! But if you’re looking for some recipe ideas, these carefully chosen recipes from our food editors will change your mind. From easy butter biscuits to crispy focaccia to fluffy milk bread, these are the bread recipes that’ll motivate you to stop loaf-ing around, grab your yeast, and cancel your weekend plans — they’re just that good.
Unlike the hearty oatmeal you’re familiar with, baked oats taste just like an ultra-tender banana bread breakfast cake kissed with a hint of warm cinnamon, and studded with chocolate chips. If oatmeal has a regular spot in your breakfast routine or you have a serious soft spot for all things banana bread, you’ve got to try baked oats. #bananabread #bananabreadrecipe #bakedoats #bakedoatsrecipes #bananabreadbakedoats
Elegant palmiers made from puff pastry are one of my all-time favorite treats. We just love the crunch of the sugar with the crunch of the pastry, and the way the flaky, buttery layers practically melt on the tongue. It feels so fancy to put them on a cookie tray for a spot of afternoon tea.