A beautiful addition to any festive feast is a fresh & delicious Holiday Bread – here’s some Thanksgiving Twists on the Traditional!
Let’s spice things up with some wonderful ideas for those Holiday get-togethers.
Holiday Bread Ideas:
Traditional White Bread:
If you’re looking for a good, solid, traditional recipe for white bread, let’s start off with that. Here’s Mom’s Traditional White Bread.
Maybe a Perfect Pumpkin Spice Loaf will whet your appetite!
Pumpkin pop-overs are light, fluffy and packed with flavor. They are easy and quick to make, and are a festive addition to your Holiday table.
Sweet Potato Bread:
You could also try this recipe for How to Bake Sweet Potato Bread in the Bread Machine that’s flavorful & delicious too, or even a Spiced Sweet Potato Loaf!
Cornbread is so sweet and delicious, making a very good alternative to white bread or dinner rolls and are a bread we like to keep on hand throughout the Holidays. This bread adds a little something special to the rest of our Holiday foods.
Corn muffins, with some corn kernels in the batter, are amazing and I would gladly serve them to guests and family. They are pretty on a serving plate, and delicious for Holiday breakfast or dinner. A perfect twist.
Try baking a Kicked Up Sweet Cornbread for the Bread Machine, to free up room in your oven while roasting turkey & baking your side dishes.
Bread with Cranberries:
Dinner rolls with little pieces of chopped cranberries make a beautiful presentation and would easily replace regular dinner rolls or bread. The red flecks are very pretty and a Holiday table would easily be complimented with these rolls.
No matter which direction you go with your Holiday bread offerings for your table, serve something grand with these Thanksgiving Twists on the Traditional.
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