Our bread recipes cover everything from classic homemade bagels for breakfast and simple loaves for lunch, to sweet coffee cakes for dessert!
There is a long family history for this recipe going back to the early 1900s. Diane Safran's maternal grandmother, Bubby Caron, began the concept and her mother, Bubby Stein, completed it and updated it to more modern times. Now Diane's kids help make t
Your child can serve up a simple but equally impressive treat--mini pastries filled with Mom's favorite fruit preserves.
They make a great breakfast treat and are wonderful served with coffee to early guests.
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.
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.
Whole wheat flour gives this sweet bread a healthful boost.
A wonderfully sweet breakfast treat, or a great alternative to the boring dinner roll.
These delectable popovers are the perfect match to corn and potato chowder.