Bread and Pastry
A warm, aromatic basket of fresh bread and pastries makes any breakfast or brunch a special event. Find recipes for morning breads of every kind, from sweet breads to pastries, biscuits to popovers, and plan a breakfast or brunch around them.
Wrap crescent rolls around cheese, bacon, and a hard-cooked egg half for a quick breakfast of lunch.
The unexpected flavor of white chocolate combined with dried apricots and pecans will make this recipe a family favorite for brunch.
Muffins studded with carrots, apples, raisins, and pineapple make for a healthy breakfast.
The cinnamon swirl in the center of each slice makes this bread recipe special enough to serve to company.
For this recipe, bake potimarron or butternut squash as a vegetable base for bread, then serve with homemade squash butter.
A walnut filling goes inside a homemade pastry made with wine for this dessert.
A springform pan is the secret to this seriously deep crust. Stuff it with your favorite fruit filling.
Try this clever variation on a classic cream puff, which features the ever popular chocolate-hazelnut spread Nutella, at your next dinner or holiday party for a sure crowd-pleaser.
Serve these sweet and crumbly scones for breakfast or use them instead of shortcake and top with sweetened strawberries and whipped cream.
To give as gifts, bake loaves in glazed baking pots or use foil loaf pans. Wrap loaves in plastic wrap, tie with twine, and include in a basket or small crate with fresh fruit.
Like their close cousin, Yorkshire pudding, puffy crisp popovers, with moist tender centers, are tasty complements to serve with roast beef, lamb, and pork.
For a change of pace, try this tea-flavored cake for dessert. Accented with lemon, it's a refreshing end to a hearty meal.
These nibble-size scones are easy to mix for a quick breakfast or brunch. Before baking, brush with buttermilk and sprinkle with coarse sugar for extra sweetness in the recipe.
There's nothing quite like a fresh, homemade doughnut to start off your day or end an evening! These baked doughnuts are a little less greasy than their oil-dipped counterparts but still satisfy your sweet tooth.