Is anything better than homemade bread? Our recipes for low-calorie muffins, whole wheat dinner rolls, healthy quick breads, and more will give you dozens of fresh-baked ideas.
Carrot may seem a surprising addition to a sweet bread, but it's actually a perfect fitit adds moisture and it's a sneaky way to add more veggies to your diet.
A blend of Indian spices, known as curry, is added to this whole grain bread. Peanuts, a traditional ingredient of curries, also are added.
Coffee and maple syrup combine to give this bread a rich and distinctive flavor.
Stick with this moist and tender variation of a favorite quick bread. It's lower in calories, fat, and cholesterol than the traditional version of banana bread.
Don't love the taste of lemon? Feel free to use any flavor of yogurt in these oat bran scones.
Pick the pan you have on hand--a loaf pan, a round pan, or a casserole dish,to bake this easy batter bread.
This hearty textured bread looks and tastes delightful when cut into thick slices and served with soft butter. The starter gives it a nice tangy flavor.
Carb Choices: 2 Orange and caraway make these yeast rolls a memorable addition to a special holiday brunch.
Since everything is better with bacon, these twisted breadsticks pack bites of the salty pork product in each and every bite.
This loaf is full of robust wheat flavor with a touch of honey for sweetness and plenty of good-for-you grains.
Partner these custom muffins (pick your favorite herb) with a frittata or omelet.
Perfect for breakfast or brunch, this moist whole wheat and bran loaf also makes a satisfying snack anytime of the day.
Cracked wheat, oats, and oat bran make this bread recipe high in fiber. Serve your favorite spreadable fruit or reduced-calorie preserves.
This healthful high-fiber bread is loaded with whole grains, is suitable for diabetic meal plans, and makes a tasty side dish for anytime.
Jalapeno peppers give this moist, golden cornbread a bit of kick! Try as a side with chili or cube and dry the bread for a stuffing.
Whether you use it for sandwiches, breakfast toast, or as a serve-along for soups, this whole wheat version of challah is delightful.
Potatoes and buttermilk add richness to the dough recipe for these homemade breadsticks. Serve them with soups or salads.