Our bread recipes will bring the smell of freshly baked bread into your home and are a pleasure to make and eat. There’s something truly wonderful about greeting your friends or family with a fresh loaf and there are so many different bread variations you can try. Whether you’re looking for a classic bread recipe or something a little different, you’ll find whatever you’re after in our extensive bread recipe collection.
Most bread recipes aren’t very time consuming when it comes to making them, except you might have to factor in quite a long proving time. Our ciabatta or brioche loaves, for example, need 24 hours to rise which means that you simply need to plan ahead. They are slightly fiddly as making these loaves has to be done in a few stages, but it’s well worth the time you put in as you’ll achieve that balance between crunchy and chewy crust and soft middle.
For something that’s a little less hassle but still delicious, you can try our olive and rosemary loaf which takes only 20 minutes of prep time. Once you’ve mixed the ingredients together it takes just short of an hour in the oven and is well worth the wait as you get a really soft loaf which is perfect for when you’re expecting guests as it’s stunning and very impressive.
We’ve also got the sweet loaves covered – why not try our chocolate chip and Brazil nut banana bread for a more exciting twist on the classic recipe. Though not strictly a sweet loaf, our grape and walnut bread couldn’t be easier to make and goes great with cheese.
There’s something so homely and comforting about baking your own loaf of bread, so whether you’re a seasoned baker or it’s your first time, we’ve got plenty of recipes for you to try, that will fill your home with the scent of fresh bread.
Delicious Bread recipes
Weíve made a big savoury version of a hot cross bun, or wreath in this case! The perfect tear and share dish to enjoy with the family this Easter
Tear-and-share pesto bread goes perfectly with melted brie that's studded with dried fruit. Ideal for sharing and ideal for Christmas
Seeded spelt bread couldn't be easier to make. Even if you're a first time bread baker, you'll breeze through making it and you'll have two loaves to show for it!
Make homemade focaccia with red onions and figs as gorgeous tear-and-share bread. We love it with baked tomatoes and green olive tapenade
Make easy flat breads cooked quickly in a frying pan that will be so much better than shopbought pitta or wraps
Gluten-free bread that's crumbly and moist is the holy grail if you're intolerant. Use soya milk and omit Parmesan to make it dairy free too
Vegetarian corn griddle breads are the perfect accompaniment to dips and salad, or equally tasty on their own