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Are you afraid of yeast? We can help you get over your fear of working with yeast.

Learning how to make yeast bread may seem like an overwhelming task, but the steps are not really complicated. The process becomes familiar and rewarding each time you try it. It’s an experience you don’t want to miss!

Making Yeast Bread

Yeast bread is made from a dough that consists of basically four ingredients – flour, water or milk, salt and yeast. The dough may also contain eggs, shortening, sugar, or other ingredients.



Yeast breads include artisan breads, pan breads, hearth breads, and other yeast-leavened goods.

Pan bread is baked in a container, such as a loaf pan, and includes bread made with white wheat flour and specialty breads such as cinnamon raisin bread and whole-wheat bread.

Hearth bread such as French bread, rye bread and other artisan breads, is baked on a flat pan or placed directly on the hearth (floor) of an oven.

Other yeast-leavened goods include hamburger and hotdog buns, bagels, and rolls.

Yeast bread recipes for your bread-baking enjoyment

Try one of these recipes or feel free to share yeast bread recipes.


Artisan BreadsArtisan Breads

Artisan Breads are hand-crafted, hearth-baked loaves of yeast bread.

 


Bread Machine PizzaBread Machine Recipes

Enjoy homemade bread or pizza; let the bread machine do the work for you.

 


Coffee CakesCoffee Cakes Recipes

Choose from a variety of delicious coffee cake recipes for your bread baking enjoyment.

 


Cranberry BreadsCranberry Breads

Cranberries add beautiful color and tartness to breads for a lovely presentation.

 


No image available iconFat-Free Yogurt Bread

Yogurt replaces the fat in this fat-free bread. One basic recipe can be used with a variety of ingredients.

 


No image available iconFennel and Orange Peel Bread

This Fennel and Orange Peel Bread is from J. Root in Ontario, Canada.

 


Festive BreadsFestive Breads

A variety of festive recipes for your Fall and Holiday bread baking enjoyment.

 


Flower Pot BreadFlower Pot Bread

This easy and basic yeast bread, baked in a food-grade flower pot, makes a whimsical presentation for any special occasion.

 


French BreadsFrench Breads

Recipes for making baguettes and round French Country Bread.

 


Hokkaido Milk BreadHokkaido Milk Bread

This delicious and fluffy bread is made using the Tangzhong method.

 


Holiday BreadsHoliday Breads

Holiday bread recipes to give as gifts or bring to Holiday celebrations.

 


Italian BreadsItalian Breads

Different types of Italian breads such as Ciabatta, Focaccia and Panettone.

 


Kaiser RollsKaiser Rolls

This version utilizes a pâte fermentée to improve flavor, texture, and color. It also utilizes diastatic malt powder to improve coloring.

 


Kimmelweck RollsKimmelweck Rolls

A Kimmelweck or “Weck” Roll as they are commonly referred to, is a hard roll that resembles a crusty Kaiser roll, but is topped with caraway and coarse salt instead of poppy seeds.

 


No Knead BreadsNo Knead Breads

Yeast-risen loaves that are not kneaded; but fermented overnight to develop the gluten.

 


Monkey BreadsMonkey Bread Recipes

Making Monkey Bread, also known as pull-apart bread, is a good way to introduce your kids to the pleasure of baking yeast bread.

 


Oatmeal BreadsOatmeal Breads

Oats are sweet, earthy-flavored grains; easily digestible and provide protein.

 


PretzelsPretzels (soft)

Easy soft pretzel recipe. Sprinkle with coarse salt, grated Parmesan cheese, poppy seeds or sesame seeds.

 


Sourdough PretzelsPretzels (Sourdough)

These sourdough pretzels are a good excuse to use up a cup of sourdough when it’s time to feed your starter.

 


Pumpkin BreadsPumpkin Breads (yeast breads & quick breads)

Pumpkins, squash, & sweet potatoes are used for added flavor & texture in breads.

 


RollsRoll Recipes

Croissants, crescent rolls, yeast rolls, cloverleaf rolls and even sticky buns.

 


Rye BreadsRye Bread Recipes

Rye breads are denser & darker, with better keeping quality than all-wheat breads.

 


Sandwich BreadsSandwich Breads

A variety of sandwich bread recipes, from basic white bread to hearty rye breads.

 


Shepherd's BreadShepherd’s Bread

Shepherd’s Bread is a simple loaf that can be baked in a clay baker, a cast iron Dutch oven, or even freeform on a baking stone.

 


Sourdough BreadsSourdough Breads

Sourdough gets its name from the acids that build up in the culture during fermentation.

 


Upcountry Carrot BreadUpcountry Carrot Bread

This home-style Upcountry Carrot Bread recipe makes good use of this popular root vegetable, caressing it with a touch of cinnamon, gentle sweetness and orange essence.

 


Whole Grain BreadsWhole Wheat Breads

Whole grain breads that incorporate a portion or all whole wheat flour.

 


No image available iconZucchini Yeast Bread

This is a savory zucchini bread with chopped green onions, red peppers and grated Romano cheese.

 




 

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Fennel and Orange Peel Bread
Ingredients:

2 c. milk
2 tbsp. maple syrup
1/3 c. honey
1 1/2 tsp. salt
2 pkgs. active dry yeast
1/2 c. warm water (100 degrees)
1 ½ tsp. …

Sources:
Jamieson, Kay Franzen. “Bread.” World Book Online Reference Center. 2008. Gwinnett Public Library. http://www.worldbookonline.com/wb/Article?id=ar075000

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