Like Robin to Batman and black Widow to Daredevil, bread makes everything better, don’t you think? Imagine the aroma of freshly baked bread rising from your kitchen and filling your home. If the thought of baking bread is making your mouth water, then you’re not alone in this. Here’s our list of easy bread recipes that will leave you wanting more.

1. Easy Bread Recipe – Sourdough Bread

Sourdough is one of the most loved bread recipes in the US. The bread is infamous for its tangy flavor, crackly crust, and crisp, chewy texture. It is also a great option compared to white bread as it’s easily digestible. The long fermentation helps to break down the gluten. Here’s an easy bread recipe by BBC Good Food

2. Easy Bread Recipe – Banana Bread

Whether or not you like the fruit, there’s no denying that banana in bread is a dream come true. Moist, supple, and ultra-delicious bread that melts in your mouth. BIG YUM! If you love baking bread this will be your favorite one! The recipe is so simple and basic that you will be making it every day. Here’s how to get your hands on an easy banana bread recipe!

3. Easy bread recipe – Beer Bread

What’s better than drinking beer and making beer bread? We don’t know about you, but we intend to spend our weekend – wasted with thy loyal companion, the beer bread. Without further ado, here’s how you can make your * belch * Beer Bread (sorry about that).

4. Bagel

A bagel, also historically spelled beigel, is a bread product originating in Poland’s Jewish communities. Traditional style bagels tend to be chewy, while the ones in supermarkets tend to have bread-like texture. Here’s how you can make your very own homemade bagels!

Fun Fact: Bagels are boiled before baking! Perhaps the only bread that undergoes this process! You can start by shaping it into a circle, then dip it in boiling water for 3 to 5 minutes.

5. Croissant

Of all the bread recipes out there, Croissant rules!
Croissant (French: krwa·san) is a delicious flaky French pastry known for its beautiful crescent shape. Experts agree that the croissant may be inspired by the Austrian Kipfel, but it became a French delicacy when people began making it with puffed pastry in 1920.  Here’s a little history for you to indulge in, while you bake quick and easy delicious Croissants.

Fun Fact: Did you know that August Zang, an Austrian artillery officer, is credited with bringing the croissant to France when he opened his own Viennese bakery in Paris? (Some say it was Marie Antoinette who brought the croissant to France…)

6. Challah

If you love baking bread, this is something that will excite you. Challah*(haa·luh)* is a braided bread in the Jewish cuisine! You will find these typically on special ceremonies like Shabbat and other Jewish holidays. Here’s how you can make this beautiful bread that you can enjoy with meat or just a smear of butter.

“Did you know the word Challah was first mentioned in the Torah in the verse where G-d describes to the Jewish people what the life will be for them in the Land of Israel.

When you come to the Land to which I bring you, it shall be that when you will eat of the bread of the Land, you shall set aside a challah (portion) for G‑d. (Numbers 15: 18-19)”

7. Ciabatta

Ciabatta (chuh·baa·tuh) is an Italian white bread made with yeast, which is known for its crisp crust and stunning hole structure. Here’s how you can make this delicious bread at home.

“Did you know the literal translation of the word Ciabatta is ‘slipper’?

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