Sourdough bread requires more of a commitment than regular white bread, but it makes the best toast ever. Try this recipe in your bread machine.
Enjoy these sweet rolls with your favorite coffee or tea, for breakfast or a midafternoon snack.
These sandwich rolls are based on a recipe from County Waterford, Ireland, where my grandmother grew up. They’re similar to the “snowflake rolls” we used to get from bakeries in northern NJ.
I like Irish Soda Bread as much as the next Irish girl, but the recipe I use makes a LOT of soda bread. This Irish Tea Brack makes a smaller loaf and goes great with (you guessed it) tea!
This Asiago Cheese Bread is an excellent accompaniment to a soup-and-salad dinner–and it makes great toast, too.
A healthier twist on cinnamon-raisin swirl bread, this makes fabulous toast. I can’t wait to try it as French toast!
If you know someone who brews beer, ask for some spent grain so you can try this recipe!
Use your bread machine to start the dough for this bread for simple, artisan-quality results!
Make the dough in your bread machine for this easy bread that goes well with any dinner!
These rolls, with their sweet topping, will disappear quickly! Start the dough in your bread machine, then shape and bake.