Find recipes for yeast, tea, and quick homemade breads perfect for brunch, parties, and family meals.
Top this cinnamon-flavored carrot bread with tangy cream cheese icing and homemade candied carrots.
Miniature chocolate pieces are scattered throughout this quick bread, making a little chocolate seem like a lot. Add pizzazz by mixing in red and green maraschino cherries.
For a special breakfast treat, drizzle a mixture of powdered sugar and orange juice over this warm cake and top with nuts.
Make this easy coffee cake ahead, refrigerate up to 24 hours, then bake.
For a can't-miss breakfast or snack, toast slices of this delightfully sturdy bread -- known for its crunchy, coarse texture -- and slather them with honey butter, jam, or spreadable fruit.
This bread has a wonderful crunch of sunflower seeds and a hint of orange flavor. This hearty loaf is terrific plain or toasted and slathered with butter or orange marmalade.
This light and luscious bread studded with blueberries has a whisper of nutmeg. It's a great treat any time of day.
The aroma alone will tell everyone that this Cinnamon Swirl Bread is special and delicious.
Orange and Date Pumpkin Bread is an enticing, honey-sweetened treat. It really shines when served with reduced-fat cream cheese flavored with a little grated orange peel.
Gooey-good sweetened cream cheese fills this rich and wonderful bread.
The lemon flavor comes from both lemon drop candy and lemon peel. Add a lemon glaze for even more flavor and this Lemon Drop Bread could be called Triple Lemon Bread.
This impressive Almond Twirl bread will be the star of any breakfast, brunch, or afternoon tea. It's like having home-baked cinnamon rolls in a ring.
All the makings of a sinfully, yummy breakfast bread -- warmth, goo, nuts, and cinnamon. What makes Monkey Bread extra special is that it's fun to eat. The cake pulls apart into individual scrumptious rolls.
Pumpkin bread is always a favorite, and the addition of a nut topping (baked into the loaves at the bottom of the pan) is a wonderful crunchy surprise.
Sweet dates contract nicely with the salty mixed nuts. Be sure to buy whole dates that are not already sugared.
Marble the cinnamon-nut streusel throughout the batter so there's luscious crunch in every bite of bread.
Looking for a gift idea that is one-of-a-kind and luxurious, yet inexpensive to make? This fabulous bread is sure to delight your friends, neighbors, or teachers. Wrap the loaves in red cellophane and add a sprig of artificial greenery instead of a bow.
This is the kind of old-fashioned home baking that makes a cook's reputation and establishes a sweet family tradition. Cut the cake into thick wedges and serve it warm for brunch or as dessert.
For a special treat, serve honey butter with this moist bread that's full of bananas.