Learn how to make delicious bread with a little help from these great recipes.
Delicious garlic bread sprinkled with green for a festive flare.
Any way you slice it, this pumpkin spice bread won't last long once your kids sample it. That's why this recipe makes two loaves.
Tea time, a wonderful ritual, keeps the family from getting peckish before dinner and gives us an opportunity to chat.
Feel free to adjust the sugar to suit your taste.
This tried-and-true recipe is dense, moist, and rich-tasting, with lots of dates and nuts in every bite.
Moist, delicious and versatile, this bread can be served for breakfast or as a tempting dessert, topped with an optional Coconut-Lemon Glaze.
This snack-time staple has applesauce for moisture, and diced apples because, well, they taste great.
With all those rich chocolate chips set against a striking orange background, this kid favorite isn't just delicious, it's pretty too. For a healthier option, substitute raisins for the chocolate chips.
An old family recipe for traditional Eastern European holiday bread with walnut filling, this makes makes enough sweet, nutty bread to share with friends and neighbors.
On December 13th, Saint Lucia Day, your family can pay homage to the fourth-century saint remembered for her hospitality. This festive bread is inspired by the candle-covered crown she is said to have worn to light her way as she brought food to the poor.
Chocolate chips give this classic bread an especially nice touch. The addition of yogurt makes this favorite especially moist and delicious!
There is no better way to use up a bunch of overripe bananas than to make banana bread. Unlike most homemade breads, this one tastes best when it's a day old.