Hello, bread lovers! If you adore baking homemade bread, or if you’ve always wanted to but have been intimidated by the process, let me calm your fears and encourage you to make this Italian Easter Cheese Bread. I promise you, you won’t be sorry!
This recipe for quick homemade French bread is super fast and fabulous. It comes together quickly in a large mixing bowl with no special equipment. Of course, the dough can also be kneaded in a stand mixer, but why?
This bread is the type you whip up at the last minute when you want to impress, but you don’t have the time or desire to fool with a loaf of finicky yeast bread.
When you want homemade bread, but you don’t have the time or patience to wait for yeast to work its magic, this homemade soda bread with fresh herbs is just the …
At first glance, you might think that all the garlic on top of these rolls will be too strong and overpowering. However, if you’re a true garlic lover, you’ll appreciate how the cooked garlic is pungent, yet mild. And, when it’s combined with olive oil, dried herbs, and the sweetly soft and pillowy yeast dough, it’s a match made in dinner roll heaven.
I adore giving homemade bread as gifts and have always given my mom and dad homemade bread for their anniversary. I started doing it when I was a teenager, way back in the stone age.
The first time I made this bread it was gobbled up in a matter of moments. We even used it for sandwiches, which was the real reason I wanted to attempt a pretzel bread in loaf form.
The second time I’m making this Deliciously Flavorful Whole Wheat Dijon Pretzel Bread is tomorrow, for my dad for Father’s Day. I just know he’s going to love it as much as we did, and I can hardly wait to give it to him! That’s what you can give the man who has everything!