Bread Recipes for Any Occasion

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Homemade bread is delicious and not that difficult to make. Patience and the desire to learn are all you need. I have rounded up and segregated my bread recipes so you can easily find any kind you might need from sweet breads to flat breads.

I am sure I missed some as I do a lot of baking and I didn’t add couronnes in here as I consider them more sweets than I do breads. Although the “star breads” did make it in and they are pretty much the same things so go figure.

I have put a list of some of my favorite cookbooks and the equipment I use most often at the bottom of the post.

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roti

Flat Bread Recipes

Roti

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Naan

Garlic Rosemary Focaccia

Ciabatta

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Challah

Sandwich Type Loaves

Challah as Sandwich Bread

Pull Apart Bread

English Muffin Bread

Whole Wheat Bread

Marbled Rye

strawberry bread
strawberry bread

Sweet Bread Recipes

Banana Bread

Spiced Zucchini Bread

Strawberry Bread

Chocolate Star Bread with Strawberry Jam

Christmas Star Bread

Povitica – Walnut Swirl Bread

Lemon Blueberry Drizzle Bread

Chocolate Stuffed Croissants

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croissants

Other Types of Breads

Bread Bowls

Garlic Knots

Breadsticks

Croissants

Pizza

Eggplant Pizza

Garlic Shrimp Pizza

Dessert Pizza

Favorite Cookbooks and Kitchen Equipment Used in Baking Bread

I have been baking my own bread for more years than I care to count. There is just something magical in that mixture of flour, water, salt and yeast – and other add ins. I found that once I started baking my own that store bought never tasted the same again.

As for “cookbooks” I really rely on one – Secrets of a Jewish Baker. I have had my copy for close to 40 years and I swear by it. At least for yeast breads. When it comes to the sweet breads I can pull them from almost anywhere as I have a huge cookbook collection.

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Equipment and Ingredients I Commonly Use

KitchenAid Mixer – as I have well documented, I am spoiled and I have three. One of each size. I often have two and sometimes all three going at once.

Chicago Metallic – I swear by their baking pans and sheets

King Arthur FlourBread/All Purpose

Parchment Paper

Mixing Bowls

Towels

Cooling Rack

French Rolling Pin – I prefer this to the traditional American pin

I make my own vanilla using these vanilla beans. It takes a little time upfront but I think it’s worth it.

I am sure there are many other little things that go into my baker’s kitchen and someday I will put together a truly comprehensive post but this is good for now. If you have any questions, I will open this post up for them and I will be happy to answer them to the best of my ability.

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