27 delicious bread recipes – from quick biscuits to artisan breads, there’s a delicious bread recipe for every occasion!
I know it’s not super fashionable to proclaim a love of bread right now, but I am a bread girl for life! Who doesn’t love a hot slice of bread with butter and honey, or a warm biscuit slathered with jam? It’s comfort food at its best! I make some form of bread for my family several days a week, and it’s one of my favorite things to bake. There are so many different varieties of bread, from quick breads to biscuits and muffins to artisan bread. I love them all! I’m sharing 27 delicious bread recipes to bake below, and I’ve separated them into categories to make it easy to find what you need!
30 Minutes or Less
Sometimes you just need bread in a hurry! These quick bread recipes are totally delicious, and perfect for busy nights when you need to get dinner on the table fast.
These biscuits are so light and fluffy, and super easy to make! I make a batch at least once a week, and my family inhales them.
These homemade cheddar bay biscuits taste just as delicious as the Red Lobster version, but even better because you can make them at home. They’re simple and quick to make, and the garlic butter brushed on top is to die for!
These tortillas are one of the recipes I make most frequently! We use them for tacos or burritos, and especially love them as a side for this chicken tortilla soup. They are so good!
These biscuits have such a delicious combination of flavors! Don’t be turned off if you don’t have any garlic scapes… you can easily substitute chives or green onions for the scapes.
These sweet corn muffins are tender and delicious. We like to use them as a side dish for chili, and they’re great with barbecued chicken as well.
It really doesn’t get better than cheese scones! I like to use Dubliner cheese because it has such a nice sharp flavor, but you can use any sharp cheddar cheese that you like.
These honey buttermilk biscuits are another of my favorites! They’re a little sweeter than the buttermilk biscuits above, but every bit as delicious.
Quick Yeast Breads (under 2 hours)
Okay, say you’ve got a little time for baking, but don’t want to spend all afternoon making your bread. These quick yeast breads are for you! If you’re a little nervous about baking with yeast, these recipes are a great way to get started.
These breadsticks are the perfect side for pasta, pizza, or soup. They’re simple and quick, and have the perfect combination of flavors!
These dinner rolls are just as soft and fluffy as traditional rolls, but take only 90 minutes to make!
This is one of the most popular recipes on my site, and for good reason. These rolls can’t be beat when they’re hot out of the oven! I love the buttery, salty top, and the finished rolls are so light and tender. They’re one of our favorites!
These homemade bread bowls are perfect for soup night! We love them with this Panera-copycat broccoli cheddar soup, but they’d also be great with tomato basil parmesan soup, or even as a serving bowl for spinach and artichoke dip or buffalo chicken dip.
These one hour crescent rolls are a fun variation on the one hour rolls above. They’re quick and easy, but still taste great!
These stuffed cheese buns are over the top delicious! They’re stuffed with a ton of gooey cheese, and have the perfect hint of garlic flavor. They are amazingly good!
Who doesn’t love a warm chewy soft pretzel? These ones are my favorite, and my kids love helping me bake them. Yum!
When I have a little more time on hands, these roll recipes are the ones I turn to. Even though they take a little more time to make, you can easily whip them up in an afternoon before dinner time. Since they have longer rises, they’re even more light and tender than the quick yeast bread recipes, and totally delicious!
These pull-apart rolls have the best texture, and they’re so soft and fluffy! I don’t make them as often as I should, but every time I do I’m reminded of just how fantastic they are!
My husband and I held a luncheon for family and close friends at the Lion House in Salt Lake City, Utah, just after we were married, so it has a special place in my heart. Their rolls are AMAZING, and I love that they’ve shared their recipe so everyone can enjoy them at home!
These soft pretzel rolls are crisp and chewy on the outside, and light and fluffy on the inside. I love using them for sliders and sandwiches!
These are the rolls I make most often for holidays, special occasions, and Sunday dinners. They are so light and fluffy, and just all around perfect!
Sometimes you really need a whole loaf, and not just a roll or two! These loaf recipes range from simple and quick to more complicated, but they’re all completely delicious.
This is the bread I make most often, and I love that it only takes about two hours to have two light and fluffy loaves of french bread on the table. It makes delicious french toast or french bread pizza, and we love it as a side for soup.
This crusty artisan bread is a quicker version of the no-knead artisan breads below, but it still tastes like it came from a fancy bakery. It’s super easy to mix the dough, and has very little hands on time.
This bread has an amazing cheesy flavor, and makes THE BEST grilled cheese sandwiches. It does need to sit overnight, but there’s almost no hands-on time.
These baguettes are probably the most complicated bread recipe on my site (19 hours to make!) but they are totally worth it! Crusty and chewy on the outside, light and fluffy on the inside… they are so good!
This crusty bread is super simple to mix up the night before, then bake the next day in a dutch oven. It turns out so beautiful, too!
This braided sweet bread is so light and tender, and has the best sweet flavor! We love it served warm with butter and jam, and it’s excellent when used for french toast.
Years ago, I baked all of my family’s bread, and this honey wheat sandwich bread was one of the two recipes I made most often. It’s perfect for sandwiches, and is sturdy while still being light and fluffy.
This Irish soda bread is too good to save just for St. Patrick’s Day! The orange zest and raisins add so much flavor to the bread, and it’s delicious with a warm drink on the side. We really like to enjoy it as a simple breakfast with fresh fruit and scrambled eggs.
This is my other favorite sandwich bread recipe, in addition to the honey wheat bread above. It’s light and fluffy, and stays together perfectly for sandwiches. I’ve tried a lot of bread recipes that are crumbly or thick and dense, and this sandwich bread is head and shoulders above the rest.