Try these Easy Orange Rolls–a simple sweet roll seasoned with orange peel and a hint of cardamom, then frosted with orange and cream cheese icing.
Sweet yeast bread recipes are good for breakfast, brunch or dessert. They’re guaranteed to make any occasion special and memorable. 95% of them are designed to be mixed and kneaded in a bread machine, then baked in a conventional oven. Alternate instructions are included for those who don’t have a bread machine.
Mix this Bread Machine Cinnamon-Raisin Bread in your bread machine, roll it out by hand to get that classic swirl, and bake in your oven for the best crust.
See all those messy blueberries inside the bread? They “melt” as the bread bakes. The taste will remind you of the freshest blueberry preserves imaginable on cake-like bread. Sweet, but not too sweet.
Bread Machine Challah, a traditional Jewish bread, is easy to mix up and knead in a bread machine. This particular version is dairy-free and sweetened with honey. Don’t be surprised by all the oohs and ahs you get when you bring this bread to the table.
This chocolate bread machine recipe makes a delicious chocolate-glazed cinnamon roll. Kids think it tastes like a frosted chocolate doughnut.
This recipe for Bread-Machine Swedish Cardamom Braid (also known as Pulla Bread) is a sweet and rich yeast bread with a magic ingredient: cardamom. This is a keeper!!
This recipe for Hawaiian Bread Rolls mixed in a bread machine is a sweet and soft dinner roll clone of the Hawaiian bread sold at the grocery store. Try using these as slider buns. Eating sandwiches will be fun all over again!
A different way to use up those ripe bananas. Made but not baked in a bread machine. Cardamom is the secret ingredient.
Stay-fresh Homemade Cinnamon rolls are mixed together in a special way that results in a somewhat longer shelf-life making these rolls perfecting for gifting.
Try this really big cinnamon roll that fills an 8-inch round pan adding a fun twist to a holiday cinnamon roll tradition. Recipe makes 2 pans.