Making a specialty sweet or savory loaf of bread is easy when you start with purchased frozen bread dough.
Brushing a dollop of Dijon mustard over the baguette before it's baked gives this nutty bread a bit of a bite.
Sesame seeds and cornmeal add a satisfying crunch to these fuss-free rolls.
Add nuts, raisins, and rosemary to two-tone bread for an irresistible addition to any meal.
Sometimes a real splurge is in order, and that's exactly what these decadent rolls offer. The filling pairs mixed nuts and chocolate chips; a chocolate drizzle adds a stylish finishing touch.
Guests know you're pulling out all the stops when you serve a tea ring, especially this cranberry-studded version. It starts with sweet roll dough and can be frozen up to 3 months ahead.
Sticky rolls covered with nutty caramel just got a whole lot easier for breakfast. To save time, assemble the rolls the night before and bake them in the morning.
Craft two gorgeous loaves of fruit-filled breakfast pastry in less than half the time of homemade. The filling is chopped apricots or a mix of your favorite fresh fruits and sugar-free fruit spread.
Although they look like classic cinnamon rolls, this savory version features a filling of shredded cheddar cheese, chopped onion, and fresh chives.
No need to thaw the frozen roll dough first -- just swirl the pieces in melted butter and coat half with seeds and lemon-pepper seasoning and half with cornmeal and Parmesan. Alternating them in the pan creates an artful checkerboard appearance.
These chewy breadsticks are boiled, then baked -- just like pretzels. Serve them with honey mustard, chutney, or cheese sauce, or enjoy them unembellished.
Choose between white and whole wheat bread dough for these cute, ball-shape puffs. For each roll, shape some thawed dough into a ball and pull the edges under to create a smooth top before sprinkling with mustard seeds or any other seeds you like.