Popular Bread Recipes

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.

Sticky Apple-Cinnamon Rolls

These giant sticky buns are bursting with chopped apples and pecans. The rolls bake in a sweet caramel syrup. Serve them for breakfast or as a dessert at brunch.

From Midwest Living

Sticky Apple-Cinnamon Rolls

Carrot-Coconut Bread

Carrot may seem a surprising addition to a sweet bread, but it's actually a perfect fit—it adds moisture and it's a sneaky way to add more veggies to your diet.

From Family Circle

Carrot-Coconut Bread

(Almost) Everybody Can Eat 'Em Apple Muffins

Made with soy milk and dairy-free margarine, these flavorful muffins are safe for lactose intolerant snackers. Shredded apples and raisins add a hearty texture.

From Parents

(Almost) Everybody Can Eat 'Em Apple Muffins

Soft Baked Pretzels

Soft pretzels are a favorite snack around the world, from Germany's Oktoberfest to America's baseball games and street vendors. This doughy, salty classic has less than 200 calories per serving.

From Better Homes and Gardens

Soft Baked Pretzels

Caramel Apple Baked French Toast

This casserole-style French toast will bring everyone to the table for breakfast—or dessert if you add ice cream.

From Better Homes and Gardens

Caramel Apple Baked French Toast

Caramelized Onion and Apple Flatbread

Imperfection is key when shaping flatbread pizza dough. Finish by topping the pizza with ham, apples, cheese and caramelized onion for an easy entertaining favorite.

From Better Homes and Gardens

Caramelized Onion and Apple Flatbread

Cornmeal Griddle Cakes with Sauteed Corn

From Midwest Living

Cornmeal Griddle Cakes with Sauteed Corn

Chicken Enchilada Muffins

Turn a classic Mexican dish into portable fare with this savory muffin recipe. This recipe makes twelve, so you'll have leftovers to spare!

From Diabetic Living

Chicken Enchilada Muffins

Zucchini Bread

Try this lighter take on classic zucchini bread that features walnuts and semisweet chocolate.

From Diabetic Living

Zucchini Bread

Salmon Melts

This protein-packed meal is easy to make on even the busiest day. Top English muffin halves with a tomato slice, arugula, the salmon mixture, and cheese and broil until melted.

From Diabetic Living

Salmon Melts

Easy Salmon Burgers

From Better Homes and Gardens

Easy Salmon Burgers

Peanut Butter and Banana Pita Bites

This 60-second snack will please kids and adults alike. Toast the pita breads slightly so the peanut butter and chocolate chips get a little melty. For a breakfast-friendly version, try raisins in place of the chocolate.

From Diabetic Living

Peanut Butter and Banana Pita Bites

Lima Bean Hummus with Toasted Pita Crisps

For a fresh take on hummus, try lima beans in place of chickpeas. Serve with toasted pita chips or sliced vegetables as a snack, dinner appetizer or starter at your next cocktail party.

From Diabetic Living

Lima Bean Hummus with Toasted Pita Crisps

Pear Hazelnut Coffee Cake

Oats and whole wheat flour increase the fiber content of this fruity dessert-like breakfast recipe. You'll have energy to spare until lunchtime.

From Diabetic Living

Pear Hazelnut Coffee Cake

Chocolate and Ginger Spiked Scones

Bake these sweet scones on the weekend and store for on-the-go treats all week long. Hint: Freeze the leftovers in a sealed container for up to three months.

From Diabetic Living

Chocolate and Ginger Spiked Scones

Spiced Bran Muffins with Dried Apricots

The bran cereal and white whole wheat flour in this sweet muffin recipe ensure that this breakfast has staying power. Pair with a piece of fruit or a cup of yogurt for a filling morning meal.

From Diabetic Living

Spiced Bran Muffins with Dried Apricots

Spiced Oatmeal Pancakes with Sautéed Apples

These homemade whole grain pancakes make it perfectly acceptable to eat apple pie for breakfast.

From Diabetic Living

Spiced Oatmeal Pancakes with Sautéed Apples

Breakfast Italian Egg Sandwich

Make this filling and delicious recipe for a meal on the go. Eggs and chicken breast pack a powerful 22 grams of protein to keep you fueled all day long.

From Diabetic Living

Breakfast Italian Egg Sandwich

Cheddar-Basil Mini Scones

From Midwest Living

Cheddar-Basil Mini Scones

Creamy Caramel-Pecan Rolls

Use frozen bread dough to make these all-time favorite sweet rolls to serve warm from the oven.

From Better Homes and Gardens

Creamy Caramel-Pecan Rolls

Mediterranean Veggie Dip

Add a Mediterranean flair to your menu with this delicious vegetable dip. This make-ahead recipe can be prepared up to one week in advance.

From Better Homes and Gardens

Mediterranean Veggie Dip

White Bean Spread

This herbed bean dip is a delicious snack, whether you serve it warm or at room temperature.

From Better Homes and Gardens

White Bean Spread

Hot Artichoke and Asiago Cheese Dip

Set out this hot artichoke and mushroom appetizer dip while watching the big game or entertaining Christmas guests.

From Better Homes and Gardens

Hot Artichoke and Asiago Cheese Dip

Beer-Cheese Hush Puppies

From Better Homes and Gardens

Beer-Cheese Hush Puppies

Sufganyot

During Hanukkah in some Israeli communities, vendors sell these filled buns, known as sufganyot, by the basketful.

From Better Homes and Gardens

Sufganyot

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