Bread baking became a trend in the lockdown of 2020, and for good reasons! Homemade, fresh-out-of-the-oven bread is warm, delicious, and comforting – and there’s something so satisfying about baking your own bread from scratch! If you enjoy baking bread but are intimidated by anything beyond banana bread and a standard loaf of bread, check out these recipes for different types of bread you can bake from scratch in your own kitchen!
- Easy Small Batch Ciabatta Rolls – These rolls are soft and airy inside, with that perfect crunchy, crackly crust. They are also really easy to prepare – like 10 minute, no-kneading kind of easy.
- Simple Soft Flatbread – This Simple Soft Flatbread is ridiculously easy to make and is unbelievably delicious. It’s soft and pliable so it’s perfect for using as a wrap for anything.
- Crescent Rolls – They’re easy, economical, can be made ahead of time, and are oh so delicious.
- The Best Homemade Dinner Rolls Ever – These dinner rolls are soft and practically melt in your mouth.
- Quick 45 Minute Cinnamon Rolls – Homemade dough filled with ground cinnamon and a brown sugar mixture, rolled and baked in less than an hour.
- Homemade Hamburger Buns – Tall enough to split into 3 even layers, sturdy enough to hold up to all fillings, and tender enough to not get in the way of the texture of the patties and other toppings.
- Focaccia Al Rosmarino – This scrumptious and savory flatbread with a porous and tender crumb is infused and slathered with Extra Virgin Olive Oil and topped with Fresh Rosemary, Coarse Sea Salt, and Parmigiano-Reggiano Cheese.
- Homemade English Muffins – This Homemade English Muffins recipe is so much easier than you think! It’s so simple and will give you soft, chewy muffins in no time.
- Bagels “Old School” – Crisp, dense, chewy, and full of flavor these Bagels “Old School” will make you shout out “Oy Vey! Now that’s a bagel!”
- Italian Peasant Bread – This bread is a throwback to days when Italian bakers used a less refined flour and time to develop the subtle and complex flavors to make their bread.
Can anyone else practically smell fresh bread baking?