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Start the day right with delicious bread recipes for Easter Sunday.
For Moira Greto and her kids, baking this Irish brown bread is a cherished family tradition.
There is nothing like the taste of fresh bread! Bake these yummy rolls for your lunch.
Nothing is simpler or more popular at a big meal than classic rolls. This simple recipe makes enough to satisify even the largest families.
Let the kids help you make these adorable bunny rolls with Pillsbury® cinnamon rolls — a sweet breakfast treat!
Blogger Bree Hester of Baked Bree makes us Cinnamon Roll Waffles with Cream Cheese Glaze that are sure to change up the weekend cinnamon roll routine.
Chocolate chips give this classic bread an especially nice touch. The addition of yogurt makes this favorite especially moist and delicious!
These soft, moist muffins have all the ingredients little ones love: raisins, nuts, a crumb topping, and, of course, grated carrots for flavor, texture, and a splash of color.
Light and lemony, these biscuit-like cakes will make a refreshing addition to any Easter brunch menu. Plus, they're a fun and easy pastry for kids to help prepare, particularly when it comes time to pat and slice the dough and drizzle on the glaze.
This is it! The classic monkey bread recipe, oozing with warm caramel and cinnamon. Monkey bread is irresistible!
Brown sugar and vanilla give these bite-size muffins a rich flavor, while the "jewels" -- dried blueberries and cherries -- offer a delightful burst of sweetness.
A super cute idea. This bread holds your colored Easter eggs!
One hundred fifty years ago it was common to make bread using baking soda rather than yeast in parts of rural Ireland. That's where Irish soda bread gets its name.