Bread

There's something essential about bread-especially, warm, spread with butter-that most of us are powerless to resist (carb cutters, how do you do it?). The variety of bread recipes is endless: dark, nutty rye, tangy sourdough, pillowy dinner rolls, crusty baguettes - you could sample a different type of bread every day for a month and still not make a dent in the options. Don't let a bread machine do all the work. There's something comforting about baking artisan homemade bread - the smell of yeast in the air, and the act of kneading dough to the smoothness of a baby's bottom feels like exactly what it is: a ritual that's been done for thousands of years.

Braided Czech Delight

Midwest Living

Honey-Nut Biscuits

Midwest Living

Nutty Carrot Bread

Midwest Living

Onion-Dill Bread

Midwest Living

Flaxseed Rolls

Better Homes and Gardens

Adding flaxseed to an easily prepared hot-roll mix creates these tasty dinner rolls with a mild, nutty flavor.

Beer-Cheese Hush Puppies

Better Homes and Gardens

Savory Cheese Scones

Midwest Living

Stuffed Pizza

Family Circle

Crescent rolls pinch-hit as the crust for this pizza stuffed with chili. Lettuce, tomatoes, black olives, and cheddar cheese make the perfect toppings for this recipe.

Gluten Free Lemon-Strawberry Cornmeal Scones

Better Homes and Gardens

Breakfast baked goods without the wheat! These strawberry shortcake-inspired scones call for brown rice flour and cornmeal instead of all-purpose or wheat flour.

Sublime Wine Crackers

Better Homes and Gardens

Make several herb, spice and wine variations of these simple snack crackers.

Fun Focaccia

Parents

Apple Butter-Banana Bread

Better Homes and Gardens

Instead of serving apple butter on the bread, we put it inside to make this moist delicious quick bread.

Mixed Berry Corn Mini-Loaves

Better Homes and Gardens

Raspberries and blueberries are the perfect duo for this bread loaf recipe. Prepare them for dinner then toast leftovers for breakfast.

Skillet Corn Bread

Midwest Living

This tasty recipe harkens back to days of old by making corn bread in a skillet. Serve the bread as a side dish for chili or other savory soups.

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