Great for large families or busy moms looking to stock up on bread for the week, this delicious and versatile recipe can easily be doubled or even tripled. This simple recipe makes going gourmet surprisingly easy.
Your kitchen will smell like a bakery when you make this heavenly loaf of cinnamon swirl bread. Thick slices toasted and slathered with butter make for an especially delicious breakfast or snack with afternoon tea, or even as French toast.
If you're looking for a hearty slice that can stand up to thick soups, stews or chili, this is your bread. Packed with nuts and sharp cheddar cheese, this loaf stands toe-to-toe with the heavy hitters.
The ultimate multi-taskers, these rolls work equally well as a snack, soup side or wonderful addition to your dinner table. Better still, they can be made up to two days in advance.
This hearty loaf takes just 5 minutes to put together and is perfect for breakfast, toasted and served with a bit of cream cheese and apple butter. It'll also fill your home with a delicious fresh-baked aroma.
Moist, sweet cornbread gets a salty, savory kick from parmesan cheese in this yummy recipe. Great with a hearty stew or chili, this corn bread works equally well as an accompaniment to chicken and beef dishes.
You haven't ever really tasted an English muffin until you've had the homemade variety. These scrumptious breakfast treats are so simple to make you'll wonder why you ever bothered with the store-bought kind at all.
Watch out! This yummy potato bread won't last long. Light and fluffy, it's simple and delicious on its own and guaranteed to be the best part of your sandwich.
This rustic, gourmet-looking round is actually quite simple to make. You don't need to knead it or fuss with it or do anything other than stir it together with a wooden spoon -- and, true to its name, it can be prepped in 5 minutes.
The perfect accompaniment to soups and stews, these Yummy Buttermilk Biscuits are a great cooking project for kids. Each bite of biscuit is also packed with good-for-you whole wheat flour, wheat germ and ground flax seeds.
Why spend your money on store-bought bread when you can do homemade in half the time? This no-knead whole wheat recipe requires just 10 minutes of prep-time and is so easy to put together the kids can practically make it themselves.
What do you get when you cross a sourdough loaf with jack cheese, herbs, and melted butter? A scrumptious side that's sinfully delicious. Serve with soup or enjoy or on its own as an appetizer -- either way, you can bet there won't be any leftovers.
Cinnamon Swirl Bread
Cheddar and Walnut Bread
Whole Wheat Quick Bread
Cheesy Corn Bread
Fantastic Fearless Five-Minute Bread
Yummy Buttermilk Biscuits
No-Knead Honey Whole Wheat Bread
Judy's Cheese Bread
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