Super Easy No-Knead Oat Bread

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This easy oat bread doesn’t require any kneading at all. It’s simple and flavorful, a recipe that you’ll be eager to make again week after week. The ingredients are straightforward basics and the rising time is limited to 30 minutes – so you can have fresh baked bread in under two hours! Get the recipe now.

Easy 30-Minute Pepperoni Bread

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This super simple pepperoni bread is perfect for serving as an appetizer on game day, or pair it with salad and pasta for a tasty dinner. This dish features only three ingredients and takes just 30 minutes to make before you stuff it into your mouth. Dunked in marinara sauce, it’s a fun twist on pizza. Get the recipe.

Easiest Ever Garlic Knots

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These easy, foolproof garlic knots come together in less than 30 minutes. Since they’re prepared with store bought pizza dough, there’s no time spent making dough from scratch. Just shape, brush with homemade garlic oil, and bake until they’re golden on the outside and pillowy-soft on the inside. Get the recipe now.

Mastering the Art of Artisan Sourdough Bread

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Learn to make your own sourdough bread at home. From creating and maintaining a starter to baking a beautiful artisan loaf, we’ve got every step covered. Don’t let wild yeast scare you! Our handy guide will walk you through step by step, and answer everything you need to know. Read more now!

Treat Yourself to Homemade Cinnamon Swirl Bread

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Homemade cinnamon swirl bread is one of life’s greatest pleasures, fresh from your oven. It’s a family favorite that takes some time to make, but is oh-so-worth-it. You end up with two tender and soft loaves that are perfect for slicing, and filled with the most beautiful swirl of spice inside. Get the recipe now.

Chocolate Chip Banana Bread: Making a Good Thing Even Better

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You can never have too many quick bread recipes, especially with our homemade chocolate chip banana bread. The sweetness is subtle, which makes it perfect for breakfast, dessert, and as a snack. Ready to enjoy a big slice, with all those tasty bites of chocolate? Learn how to make this cake-like treat now.

Einkorn Flour Pita Bread: A Perfect Pocket for All Your Tasty Food!

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With just six ingredients, this soft einkorn flour pita bread is a simple recipe you should learn how to master. Once you flatten the dough into discs, bake them for only a few minutes until they puff up like little clouds. It’s a tasty choice for many sandwich options, from savory to sweet. Read more now.

Hot Cross Buns: A British Easter Tradition

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A traditional British Isles bread that’s popular to bake for Easter, hot cross buns are thought to be a sign of lasting friendship. This recipe is a sweet way to begin an Easter tradition in your family, and to share in the many legends that are associated with this fluffy delicacy. Read more now.

Kulich: Traditional Russian Easter Bread

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For a beautiful (and edible!) centerpiece on your Easter table, bake kulich, a traditional Russian bread. Soft and delicious with dried fruits, nuts, and cardamom, it’s ideal for Easter brunch. Cover with a sugary glaze, and enjoy every sweet slice. Save the rest for French toast the next morning. Read more now.

Celebrate Spring With A Traditional Italian Easter Egg Bread

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Whether this traditional Italian Easter Bread reminds you of something your great-grandmother used to bake, or it’s a new recipe that you’ve never made, give it a try this year. Topped with a festive dyed egg, you’ll love the dough mixed with an assortment of candied fruits, nuts, and anise seeds. Read more on Foodal.