Enriched with butter and eggs, in our eyes, brioche can do no wrong. Check out these favorite brioche recipes that use one of the soft loaves in delicious concoctions or recipes to make your own.
Once you try this super easy, fool proof vegan banana bread, you won’t want to use any other recipe! Sweetened with maple syrup and bananas and mixed by hand, no need to dirty the mixer.
Pide is a Turkish flatbread formed into a boat-like shape. It’s addictively good, anytime of the day — breakfast, lunch or dinner. Check out this vegetarian version made with eggplant and more.
Buttery savory rolls filled with bright garden pesto, mustard, and for that extra decadence, we’re throwing in a few strips of prosciutto. Dig into these one-pan Carrot Top and Green Garlic Pesto Rolls With Prosciutto and Broccolini.
Baking bread at home can seem daunting. We dive into Richard Bertinet’s new cookbook, Crumb: Bake Brilliant Bread, to share some tips for baking delicious bread in your home kitchen.
Bring some sweetness and energy to your day with a slice of chocolate and matcha banana bread. Loaded with chocolate chips and topped with a matcha icing, it’s just the right amount of sweetness to satisfy.
Eggs with a runny yolk, fresh bread and cheese. What could be better? Dig into this Georgian-inspired egg-stuffed bread, also called khachapuri, that is loaded with cheese. It’s easier to make than you might think!
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.
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.
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).
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.
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.
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.