Whether you’re craving sweet or savory, fire up your ovens, warm the kitchen and spend a fall afternoon baking up on of these delicious yeast-raised breads.
Buttery, brioche dough makes these cinnamon rolls the best ever. Roll them up with a cinnamon filling, bake and drizzle with an easy icing for a spectacular treat.
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Swoon-worthy cinnamon swirls make this sweet, yeast bread a delicious treat for breakfast or dessert.
A crisp outer crust, a chewy, sour center and no special tools needed. Check out our guide to making homemade sourdough bread in your own kitchen.
babka. sweet, twisted, yeast bread. what’s not to love? it makes the perfect sweet breakfast…
This is Danish chef Adam Aamann’s favorite recipe for rugbrød; the base of his delicious traditional open sandwiches: smørrebrøds. Once you’ve baked a loaf you can simply eat a slice with butter, or experiment with smørrebrøds recipes.
Soft, sweet and so flavorful, this banana sweet potato loaf is delicious with a slather or peanut butter or toasted and enjoyed with your afternoon coffee.
This yeasted sweet bread is filled with a warm spices and chocolate and weaved into a beautiful swirl design that blossoms when baked.
If you love making bread, you will love this beautiful challah bread braided with rosemary and garlic.
Perfect with a bowl of chili or on its own, this quick cheesy beer bread is easy and so tasty.
Braided with roasted garlic paste spread between the layers of dough, this garlic bread can be devoured right out of the oven or served with a bowl of soup.
Sweet, spiced and floral, this date challah is braided with a sweet cardamom filling complete with rose water. It’s a show-stopping presentation, too!
Make Mom a pan of these strawberry preserve-filled European sweet rolls, buchteln. Serve with a Riesling sauce for added decadence.
With just five ingredeints, you can make these blueberry and turkey pull apart rolls that are totally delicious with a sweet-savory combination. Perfect for breakfast in bed for Mother’s Day.
Get your paper and pen out bakers and beer-heads (the folks who live for micro-brews and shudder at the thought shot-gunning a Miller Light), we’ve got some invaluable advice coming your way courtesy of Jackie Dodd (aka The Beeroness).
Classic Italian Easter bread is a favorite braided breads, thanks to its creative use of colorful eggs between woven layers of dough.
Crescia is a tall, golden Pecorino Romano Easter cheese bread hailing from Umbria.
If you read a handful of recipes for chocolate bread pudding, you’ll find that the ingredients are more similar that not. The differences tend to be cream vs. milk, yolk vs. egg, and in the variety of chocolate types and volumes. Bread pudding can be made with all sorts of bread, from challah, to brioche, to cinnamon-raisin bread.
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These soft, flavorful skillet rolls come from a traditional Ukrainian recipe that is loaded with garlic.
A slice of this gluten free banana tahini bread is nutty, sweet and so soft. A perfect bite.
Made with sweet orange and maple and tart dried currants, this cake is the perfect blend of flavors, completed by a tahini-maple glaze.
Adjaruli (Acharuli) Khachapuri is a traditional Georgian (the country, that is), canoe-shaped bread filled with a generous amount of cheese and topped with an egg.
These rolls come out soft and fluffy. Brush them on the top with some extra butter when they are still fresh out of the oven and they will be heavenly.
A good way to start incorporating ancient grains – millets, in everyday diet is with…
Common in Austria, these yeast-raised rolls are a baked delight wrapped around sweet apricot jam. Yes, they take time. Yes, they are totally worth it
It’s a near fool-proof recipe and such a great introduction to the curious world of bread-baking.
According to history, Luciano Pancaldo, a baker from Ferrara, a town in the north of Italy developed this bread inspired by the bread recipe for D’Este family, the rulers of Ferrara. Their bread was full of rosemary and had light crumb and golden crust, decorated with salt which resembles diamonds.
A cranberry vanilla tea is wrapped into this twisted, sweet babka bread along with cream cheese for a perfect holiday treat.
Check out a new cookbook that is a bread-lover’s dream. Plus, try a recipe for sweet dough that is fried for heavenly donuts.
Whether we are ready for it or not, we are hurtling into party season. Be it cozy festive dinners inside or lazy day barbecues around the pool I do think this Baked Camembert Focaccia with Honey and Dukkah will fit with any occasion you are preparing for.
Focaccia bread topped with a salty, savory olive tapenade. This impressive bread comes together in a couple of hours.
Grilled garlic and caramelized onions gives this bread rich, smokey flavors that is perfect on its own or for a gourmet sandwich bread.
Artisan baker Maurizio Negrini explains his love and philosophy for bread and how that translates into all food.
Chewy on the inside, crisp on the outside, this focaccia requires a few rises, but the time is worth it for a delicious Italian bread.
Make a gluten free bread wrap in a fry pan featuring potatoes and wrap up with garlic butter, herbs, lemon, and lobster.
This delectable and comforting Blue Cheese Naan with Apples, Honey and Onions comes together in less than 5 minutes, once your dough is ready. Less than 5 minutes, it is all it takes to enjoy to homemade bread. Imagine that!
Knowing your farmer isn’t about distance, it’s about relationships. Talk to them at the local farmers market, ask them about the vegetables and fruits – where they are from and how they are grown/produced.
It’s the simple things in life that bring tasteful pleasures. Sourdough bread made with flour, water and sea salt – that’s it. And baked in a cast iron pot. Olive Café and Bakery owner, Sarah Mattinson, a New Yorker who loved the whole shebang about deli’s, moved west and was determined to create the same from scratch.
Every region in Italy that produces squash – which includes most of Italy – has a special variation of this bread.
With delicious fall flavors of banana, walnuts, and pumpkin, this quick bread is gluten free and just as delicious as wheat flour recipes.
Try an authentic Malaysian, Singaporean, and Thai recipe for roti canai from the wonderful duo at Laut NYC.
This is the only recipe you need for successful focaccia. Just top with your favorite herbs or vegetables, and you’re good to go.
Brioche Col Tuppo is a traditional Italian sweet bread. Aromatic and flavorful, it can be served by itself or with a fruity granita!
Craving a savory snack cake? These small oregano and pistachio cakes with Pecorino cheese are just the thing. As we dive into fall, enjoy alongside a bowl of soup.
A crunchy crust and a chewy inside, taralli are similar to a classic bagel. Try this savory bread spiced with fennel for delicious flavor.
Olive rosemary focaccia is a real treat. Fragrant rosemary and salty olives lend a deep and rich flavor to this bread that can be enjoyed at anytime.
Get your hands on this recipe for a quick Italian bread with fresh rosemary and a creamy-crunchy pair of toppings.
Altamura Bread is a rustic bread from the Italian provence of Bari. Semolina Flour gives it a distinct texture, flavor and aroma that is unique to Italy.
Not only is this Toasted Caprese Garlic Bread full of flavor, but it’s also brimming with pops of color. It’s a feast for your eyes as well as your stomach!
Gnocco Fritto are fried dough balls traditionally served as an antipasto along with cheeses and cured meats. They’re simple, but a staple across Italy.
Quick, easy, no fuss and only one dish. Skillet focaccia is a blank slate dish that can take on any components you can think of, with barely any hassle.
This Hungarian recipe for lángos shows us how to make the delicious fried street dough and also the way to a slow and fulfilling life.
These easy pull-apart bread recipes make the ultimate centerpiece at breakfast, lunch or dinnertime. They’re so good, you won’t be able to keep your hands to yourself—not that anyone’s asking you to.
A different version of focaccia made with spelt flour that is still delicious and soft, but easier to digest.
Focaccia is the blank slate of the bread world. Try it yourself with three different toppings: Balsamic Onions, Heirloom Tomatoes, and a Three-Cheese blend.
Focaccia di Recco is an Italian flatbread, stuffed with a cheese called Stracchino or Crescenza. It’s a little messy to eat, but well worth the flavor.
Revamp your banana bread and make it even softer and more flavorful than ever by using a rich almond beverage.
Inspired by the savory Focaccia, Fugazza is a hearty bread topped with roasted onions, herbs and sometimes mozzarella.