58 Bread Recipes For When You're Craving Carbs

We all love a good salad, whether it be a traditional mix of greens with Italian or ranch dressing or something more original like an avocado tomato salad recipe, shepherd salad recipe, or strawberry walnut salad recipe. But sometimes our taste buds crave something a little heartier and laden with more carbs than lettuce. That's where these bread recipes come in, offering a delicious dose of crustiness — or moistness, depending on the bread — that will satisfy those carb cravings.

There's a type of bread in this recipe roundup for everyone and every occasion, whether you're looking for classic rye for a sandwich, brioche for your morning toast, or papadum to serve with a curry. No matter which recipe you choose, rest assured it's been put together by a member of Mashed's team of professional recipe developers, which will ensure both its quality and taste. Bake on!

1. Zucchini Walnut Bread With Lemon Glaze

You may think of zucchini as a purely savory ingredient, but this zucchini walnut bread with its lemon glaze is certainly a sweet treat. You'll need two small zucchinis for this bread, and recipe developer Kate Shungu walks you through pressing the liquid out of the veggies — a very important step! If walnuts aren't your cup of tea, just leave them out or substitute pecans. The lemon glaze is easy to make and can be prepared with either fresh or store-bought lemon juice.

Recipe: Zucchini Walnut Bread With Lemon Glaze

2. Chocolate Chip Banana Bread

This recipe gives you a classic banana bread with plenty of chocolate chips mixed in, adding a "sweet and slightly bitter indulgent twist." Because this recipe uses olive oil instead of butter, it yields a completely dairy-free loaf of bread. As always when making a banana bread, make sure your bananas are plenty ripe. Want to serve your chocolate chip banana bread for dessert? Recipe developer Sher Castellano recommends serving it with some vanilla ice cream or a dollop of whipped cream.

Recipe: Chocolate Chip Banana Bread

3. Crusty Italian Bread

Perhaps you've whipped up a lasagna recipe or spaghetti and meatballs dish and are looking for the perfect bread to accompany your Italian meal on your dinner table. Look no further than this crusty Italian bread recipe, which will yield you a loaf of beautiful deliciousness. The best part about this dough? There's no kneading required! You'll use a preheated cast iron pan or pizza stone as the base to cook the bread in the oven.

Recipe: Crusty Italian Bread

4. Irish Soda Bread With Sour Cream

You don't have to wait until Saint Patrick's Day to celebrate Irish food, including this delectable Irish soda bread made with sour cream that is sure to please palates all year round. Recipe developer Miriam Hahn notes this bread is very versatile, stating, "It is a very dense bread that is savory with a hint of sweet," and that you can pair it with everything from jam to pastrami. This bread only takes a little over an hour to both prepare and cook. Could it get any better?

Recipe: Irish Soda Bread With Sour Cream

5. Homemade Pita Bread

As recipe developer Miriam Hahn notes, "Pita bread is so delicious and goes with so many things," whether you're dipping it in tzatziki or fresh baba ganoush made from our recipe, enjoying it with a curry dish, or stuffing it with sandwich fillings. Prep and cook times add up to just over half an hour, which, let's be real, is fairly quick in comparison to some other bread-making times — yeah, we're talking about you, sourdough recipe. Hahn walks you through the perhaps seemingly complicated baking process with ease.

Recipe: Homemade Pita Bread

6. Copycat Papa John's Breadsticks

Does the stuffed crust on the pizzas at Papa John's just not provide enough servings of bread for you? Do you also always add some breadsticks to your takeout order? Don't worry, we're not judging — we're here to bring those delicious breadsticks into your home without leaving the comfort of your kitchen. Recipe developer Kristen Carli mastered this copycat recipe from making the dough to shaping the breadsticks to brushing the finished products with melted butter and sprinkling with Parmesan cheese.

Recipe: Copycat Papa John's Breadsticks

7. Authentic German Bierocks

Recipe developer Sophie Putka went authentic when it comes to the filling for this classic savory bread hailing from Germany, choosing to stuff the rolls with ground beef, onions, and green cabbage seasoned with paprika, caraway seeds, and nutmeg. Putka walks you through how to prepare the dough and put in the filling in a manner that keeps it from seeping out of the rolls. While these bierocks are great when enjoyed on their own, we recommend pairing them with a nice German beer. Prost!

Recipe: Authentic German Bierocks

8. Chunky Apple Streusel Bread

It takes just seven minutes to prep this recipe, which involves mixing dry ingredients — including brown sugar and cinnamon for a sweet touch — adding in a whole half cup of diced apples, then making streusel which contains, of course, more brown sugar, cinnamon, and apples! The streusel-topped bread will take about an hour to bake. Recipe developer Molly Allen calls this loaf of bread "the ultimate snack with tea" and notes it can be enjoyed both in the morning and afternoon — whenever you prefer your tea time!

Recipe: Chunky Apple Streusel Bread

9. Homemade White Bread

There are perhaps few foods more comforting than a slice of white bread, whether it be on its own, spread with butter or jam, or as part of a sandwich. Recipe developer Miriam Hahn shows you how to mix the dough and then recommends kneading it for eight to 10 minutes, which she says is likely "the hardest part" of making this bread. Once the dough is prepared and kneaded, you'll have to let it sit for about two hours before baking, so make sure to wear your patience pants!

Recipe: Homemade White Bread

10. Simple Beer Bread

This simple beer bread requires just four ingredients: self-rising flour, granulated sugar, melted butter, and a bottle of beer. Optional ingredients cheddar cheese and chopped chilis which can be mixed into the batter if you like. Recipe developer Kate Shungu notes this recipe is great because you can use literally any kind of beer — and there are thousands out there — each of which will lead to a different taste profile in the finished bread.

Recipe: Simple Beer Bread

11. Pizza Bread

Recipe developer Michelle McGlinn's inspiration for this pizza bread recipe is two-fold: She saw a similar product in the frozen section at the grocery store, which made her think of English muffin pizzas she would make as a kid. McGlinn's recipe calls for a French bread baguette as the base as well as dried thyme and oregano for spices and pepperoni and mozzarella for toppings, although the pizza bread can also be made vegetarian by instead adding onions, mushrooms, black olives, or any topping that suits you.

Recipe: Pizza Bread

12. Pumpkin Bread

Maybe you're a diehard Pumpkin Spice Latte fan. Maybe you just love fall. Possibly the taste of pumpkin is music to your taste buds. Either way, if you love all things pumpkin, this pumpkin bread recipe is the bread recipe for you no matter what time of year. Make sure you purchase pumpkin puree as opposed to pumpkin pie filling when grocery shopping for ingredients. The former lacks the sugar and spices you'll be adding in on your own.

Recipe: Pumpkin Bread

13. Tasty Monkey Bread

Monkey bread is a sweet treat that can be served as a delightful dessert or as a sugary breakfast item that recipe developer Stephanie Rapone recommends serving with bacon and fruit salad and that she serves to her family instead of cinnamon rolls. What's fun about monkey bread is that you start with cutting up frozen dinner rolls that will eventually be congealed with a mixture of sugar, cinnamon, and butter. To eat, you'll pull the individual pieces off with your fingers.

Recipe: Tasty Monkey Bread

14. Simple Focaccia Bread

Recipe developer Laura Sampson recommends serving this feta- and green olive-laden focaccia bread with an Italian meal. Total prep and cook time takes about two hours, but your patience and efforts will be well worth it when you have a professional-level, bakery-style focaccia to serve your friends and family. Sampson walks you through each step, and don't worry about making mistakes in the beginning; after a few tries, you'll have an Instagram-worthy bread.

Recipe: Simple Focaccia Bread

15. Easy Peach Bread

Prepping this peach bread is easy peasy and will only take you five minutes. You'll simply combine the wet and dry ingredients separately, add them together, stir in some canned, drained peaches, pour into a loaf pan, and bake. Voila! You're finished and ready to enjoy. Recipe developer Kristen Carli notes if you don't like peaches, you can easily switch them out for another canned fruit – she thinks frozen pitted cherries would be awesome in this bread.

Recipe: Easy Peach Bread

16. Best Homemade Croutons

Croutons are an obvious necessary addition to any green salad, and with this recipe from recipe developer Kristen Carli, you can easily make them at home. Carli notes that croutons are also great because you can use any kind of bread that happens to be in your bread box that's about to go stale, thus cutting down on food waste. Carli seasoned these croutons with salt, pepper, and garlic powder, but notes you can make various preparations with various seasonings such as paprika and cayenne, rosemary and basil, or yummy Parmesan cheese.

Recipe: Best Homemade Croutons

17. Copycat Starbucks Lemon Loaf

Do you frequent Starbucks not for coffee, but just to get your daily dose of the coffee shop's lemon loaf? Luckily for you, you can now make Starbucks' lemon loaf in the comfort of your own kitchen. Rockstar recipe developer Lindsay Mattison checked out the ingredients for the lemon loaf on Starbucks' website and was able to derive the proper proportions to replicate this bread as close to Starbucks' version as possible. The secret ingredients to success? Lemon zest and buttermilk.

Recipe: Copycat Starbucks Lemon Loaf

18. Brioche Bread

Recipe developer Mark Beahm recognizes that baking a loaf of brioche bread can "definitely be intimidating," especially since many recipes require three days of prep, but Beahm's recipe is simplified and only requires one day. Beahm advises serving this brioche bread as soon as it's out of the oven as it can get stale quickly and who wants to waste this deliciousness? This versatile bread can be used for sandwiches, morning toast with butter or jam, French toast, or as a side with a bowl of soup or stew.

Recipe: Brioche Bread

19. Cookie Butter Banana Bread

Recipe developer Mark Beahm was thinking about peanut butter banana breads when he had an idea. Why not, instead of peanut butter, use Dutch cookie butter in his banana bread? And so this delectable creation perfect for mornings or desserts was born. There's a lot of mixing going on in the prep of this recipe, so Beahm recommends using a hand mixer or stand mixer instead of stirring by hand. When this cookie butter banana bread comes out of the oven, spread some more cookie butter on each slice for a sweetness overload.

Recipe: Cookie Butter Banana Bread

20. Native American Fly Bread

This Native American fly bread recipe calls for only five ingredients that you most likely already have in your home: all-purpose flour, salt, baking powder, water, and vegetable oil. Recipe developer Stephanie Rapone shows you how to make the dough, shape it into circles, and then fry up each piece in a pan with the heated oil. The best way to enjoy this Native American fly bread? Rapone likes to top it with chili but also notes you can go the sweet route and add melted butter and cinnamon sugar on top.

Recipe: Native American Fly Bread

21. Best Harvest Spice Bread

Perfect for fall or any time of year you're craving some pumpkin spice flavor, this harvest spice bread is sure to please your palate with its warm center and walnut and chocolate chip topping. Prep is super simple; you just mix the dry ingredients, then the wet ingredients, combine the two, pour the batter into a bread pan, and bake. That's it! This harvest spice bread is great served as a dessert or with your cup of coffee or tea as you start your day in the morning.

Recipe: Best Harvest Spice Bread

22. Quick Jalapeño Cheese Bread

Jalapeño cheese bread is, naturally, both spicy and cheesy, making it the perfect type of bread for when you're craving bread that's a little different from your regular white or rye. Not sure how to enjoy this unique bread? Recipe developer Angela Latimer recommends serving it with a smear of butter at breakfast, with a chili or soup-based lunch, or with a barbecue dinner. This jalapeño cheese bread takes only 10 minutes to prep and 50 minutes to cook.

Recipe: Quick Jalapeño Cheese Bread

23. Pull-Apart Christmas Tree Bread

Looking for a festive way to serve rolls around the holiday season? Be sure to check out this pull-apart Christmas tree bread from recipe developer Erin Johnson, who brings a little whimsy and merriness to your regular dinner rolls. You'll use a package of frozen yeast roll dough to make this pull-apart bread and you'll stuff each roll with some mozzarella cheese. After arranging into a Christmas tree shape and baking, you'll spread pesto, Parmesan cheese, and sun-dried tomatoes across the top.

Recipe: Pull-Apart Christmas Tree Bread

24. Rustic Sourdough

Everyone seemed to have given sourdough bread a go, but if you know you're not the type of person who can muster up a lot of patience, keep scrolling, because this sourdough bread recipe isn't for you. However, if you have what it takes to wait for the starter to ferment and the commitment to folding the dough every half an hour, definitely give this sourdough bread recipe a shot because the results will be well worth your efforts.

Recipe: Rustic Sourdough

25. Crisp Rosemary Flatbread

This yeast-free flatbread is topped with rosemary and sea salt, making it the perfect added crunch to your dinner meal. It's also versatile, as you can serve it on its own, with a homemade dip, or as the crackers for a charcuterie board or cheese board. Recipe developer Ksenia Prints points out you can sub out the rosemary for any kind of herb combination you'd like and suggests lavender and lemon zest might be delightfully yummy.

Recipe: Crisp Rosemary Flatbread

26. Copycat Olive Garden Breadsticks

Everyone loves Olive Garden breadsticks to nosh on while enjoying their unlimited soup and salad and to dip in and soak up the sauce of their scrumptious entree at the Italian restaurant chain. Olive Garden breadsticks superfans should check out this copycat recipe courtesy of the creative genius that is recipe developer Molly Allen. Allen walks you through how to activate the yeast — calling it perhaps the most important step — and how to mix the dough in your standup mixer. When you're done, brush on some garlic butter.

Recipe: Copycat Olive Garden Breadsticks

27. Moist Banana Oatmeal Bread

This banana-oat masterpiece comes from the family recipe vaults of recipe developer Miriam Hahn, who was kind enough to share how to make the bread with all of us. Prep is as easy as mixing together the dry ingredients, then the wet, combining them, pouring the batter into the prepped loaf pan, and baking. Feel free to sub out some of the ingredients for their vegan equivalents — like maybe using almond milk. We promise it will taste just as good.

Recipe: Moist Banana Oatmeal Bread

28. Easy Pumpkin Bread With Cake Mix

If you're a big fan of all things pumpkin but don't quite consider yourself a whiz in the kitchen, worry not, because recipe developer Jaime Bachtell-Shelbert devised this pumpkin bread recipe that uses only four ingredients, one of which is a spice cake mix. You'll also need milk, a can of pumpkin puree, and some pumpkin pie spice. Prep will only take you four minutes and involves simply combining together the ingredients, pouring the mixture into a loaf pan, and baking. Couldn't be easier!

Recipe: Easy Pumpkin Bread With Cake Mix

29. Best Chocolate Chip Mandel Bread

A mandel is a Jewish pastry similar to an Italian biscotti — except they're soft, not hard. The baked good is perfect for an afternoon snack or to dip in a hot beverage and we think you'll love our version, which is packed with chocolate chips. Because you'll need to bake the bread twice, you'll want a good block of time to make these mandels. That makes this a great recipe for Sunday afternoon, not Tuesday night between ballet class and soccer practice.

Recipe: Best Chocolate Chip Mandel Bread

30. Cinnamon Raisin Bread

This cinnamon raisin bread is fun to make and comes out as pretty as it is tasty with its interior cinnamon swirl. You'll have to do a bit of kneading and waiting for the dough to rise, but all your efforts will be well-rewarded when you're sitting at breakfast enjoying a piece of cinnamon raisin toast smeared with butter or spread with some peanut butter for an afternoon snack. Recipe developer Mark Beahm's secret tip when baking is to make sure you remove the bread from the pan as soon as it comes out of the oven.

Recipe: Cinnamon Raisin Bread

31. Cheesy Ciabatta Garlic Bread

Recipe developer Susan Olayinka came up with this cheesy ciabatta garlic bread recipe when looking for the perfect bread to serve before an Italian meal such as one filled with garlic, like a chicken Alfredo recipe, or even a pizza. Olayinka chose to use two Italian cheeses — mozzarella and Parmesan — for this recipe and to use ciabatta bread because it remains soft even after cooking. Prep is super simple and you'll only need your broiler to cook this garlic bread.

Recipe: Cheesy Ciabatta Garlic Bread

32. Copycat Red Lobster Cheddar Bay Biscuits

Yes, we all love Red Lobster for its seafood entrees but we can't help noshing on a few extra cheddar bay biscuits while we're there, which definitely contributes to the almost 1 million biscuits Red Lobster bakes every day. The biscuits are, as recipe developer Jake Vigliotti points out, at their core simply cheesy garlic bread and are therefore fairly simple to put together. Vigliotti shows you how to make the biscuits in two ways: one from scratch, the other using Bisquick biscuit mix.

Recipe: Copycat Red Lobster Cheddar Bay Biscuits

33. Homemade Rye Bread

Every baker needs a good rye bread recipe in their repertoire and this rye bread recipe is a great one to have in your back pocket because it doesn't require any kneading. The recipe requires just five minutes of prep time — you'll then need to let it rise overnight — and yields a bread that's crusty on the outside and soft on the inside, thanks to the baking prowess of recipe developer Mark Beahm who calls the recipe "almost foolproof."

Recipe: Homemade Rye Bread

34. Instant Pot Banana Bread

We all love banana bread, and we all love our Instant Pots, so what could be better than banana bread made in your Instant Pot?! As with all Instant Pot recipes, prep for this banana bread is fairly simple: You'll just need to mix up the batter, pour it into a greased six-inch round cake pan, then place it in the Instant Pot on the trivet and cook it on high pressure for 40 minutes. After that you'll let the pressure naturally release for another 10 minutes. Dust the finished product with powdered sugar for delicious perfection!

Recipe: Instant Pot Banana Bread

35. Easy Fruit Bread

This fruit bread from recipe developer Miriam Hahn will remind you of banana bread, but with flavors of raisins, dried cranberries, orange zest, apples, and cinnamon instead of banana. Preparation follows a pretty traditional method for any baked good calling for you to combine the dry ingredients and wet ingredients separately, then mix them and pour the batter into a lined loaf pan. Like banana bread, this fruit bread can be served both for breakfast or as a sweet snack in the afternoon.

Recipe: Easy Fruit Bread

36. Baguette

Making a French baguette doesn't need to be intimidating, not when you have recipe developer Laura Sampson at your disposal to help you with an easy, quick baguette recipe. Sampson shows you just how to make the dough, form and score the loaves, apply the egg wash, and then bake it perfectly, even revealing a special secret sound the bread will make when it's finished. Use the bread for whatever you'd like, but we think you'd be remiss not to give a classic bruschetta recipe a go.

Recipe: Baguette

37. Crispy Papadum

Papadums are a traditional seasoned Indian flatbread usually made from chickpea flour that's ideal for either snacking on their own or for using as a scoop for dips, currys, or chutneys. Recipe developer Miriam Hahn walks you through how to prepare the dough, seasoned with cumin seeds, garlic, and cayenne pepper, then how to shape the dough into thin, 1/16-inch thick circles. Be sure to let your papadum cool properly, which will allow for the ultimate crispness.

Recipe: Crispy Papadum

38. Copycat Starbucks Pumpkin Bread

Our copycat Starbucks pumpkin bread recipe has about 400 five-star reviews, so you know it's not only delicious but also a dead ringer for the real Starbucks pumpkin bread sold in the chain's coffee shops. Recipe developer Carina Finn goes step-by-step in replicating this pumpkin bread, right down to the pepitas sprinkled on the top of the loaf. If you don't want to make a whole loaf and instead want smaller, more individualized servings, feel free to bake the batter in a muffin tin instead.

Recipe: Copycat Starbucks Pumpkin Bread

39. Garlic Bread

This restaurant-quality buttery, cheesy, herby garlic bread can be easily cooked up in the comfort of your own kitchen, thanks to recipe developer Cecilia Ryu who assures, "it's hard to mess up this recipe." Ryu's recipe uses a French baguette, but she notes you could also use an Italian bread or ciabatta, if you prefer. Ryu shows you how to prepare the herbed butter you'll spread on the bread before baking, including sharing a quick tip on how to soften butter in a pinch.

Recipe: Garlic Bread

40. Gluten-Free Beer Bread

This beer bread is perfect for those on a gluten-free diet, as it's a well-rounded loaf with plenty of flavor thanks to the addition of the beer. Recipe developer Catherine Brookes says making this gluten-free beer bread is pretty simple in comparison to other bread recipes as she shows you how to mix the batter and bake the bread to perfection. Brookes recommends dipping the finished bread in soup or stews or enjoying it on its own with some peanut butter and honey.

Recipe: Gluten-Free Beer Bread

41. Italian Easter Bread

Recipe developer Melissa Olivieri devised this recipe for individual serving-size Italian Easter bread loafs, and we have to say, they look as yummy as they do adorable. The center of each piece of bread features a colorful, dyed hard-boiled egg which is surrounded by a twisted dough. Prep and bake times add up to just 35 minutes total, but you'll be having so much fun, you'll barely realize any time has passed before you're sharing these Italian Easter breads with friends and family at your Easter brunch.

Recipe: Italian Easter Bread

42. Easy Cornbread

This cornbread is super simple to make and the recipe calls for just six ingredients: two boxes of corn muffin mix, sour cream, eggs, melted butter, salt, and a can of creamed corn. There's nothing fancy about this cornbread; it's a no-frills, traditional kind of recipe, but sometimes, especially when serving with chili, beans, or stews, that's exactly the kind of cornbread you're looking for. Requiring just 10 minutes of prep time and 40 minutes of bake time, you'll have a basket of cornbread on your dinner table in no time.

Recipe: Easy Cornbread

43. Easy Hawaiian Banana Bread

Give your traditional banana bread recipe a tropical upgrade with this Hawaiian banana bread recipe that adds pineapple and coconut to the classic bread. Imagine yourself eating this fruit-laden bread with a smear of butter, jam, or preserves on it as you rock away in a hammock to the sounds of the surf just steps away, or maybe, err, just standing in your kitchen. Either way, this Hawaiian banana bread is easy to make and music to your taste buds.

Recipe: Easy Hawaiian Banana Bread

44. Traditional German Brötchen

"Brötchen have a crisp crust and a chewy, dense crumb," says recipe developer Mark Beahm, who put together the instructions for this recipe for the famed German rolls. He adds that they can be used for just about anything and everything, whether as a dinner roll, sandwich bun, or for breakfast with a little jam. All you'll need to make the brötchen is whole milk, water, active dry yeast, flour, and salt. Beahm shows you how to make, shape, and bake the dough.

Recipe: Traditional German Brötchen

45. Copycat Texas Roadhouse Cinnamon Butter and Rolls

Recipe developer Lindsay Mattison had to play detective to figure out a copycat recipe for Texas Roadhouse rolls and cinnamon butter, and let's just say we're glad she did because now we can all enjoy these classic rolls and their accompanying butter in our own homes without venturing out to the restaurant. Mattison meticulously walks you through how to prepare the cinnamon butter and rolls with specific steps, so be sure to follow along closely to best replicate the rolls.

Recipe: Copycat Texas Roadhouse Cinnamon Butter and Rolls

46. Milk Bread

There's quite a bit of milk in this bread, over ½ a cup, thus its name. Recipe developer Laura Sampson recommends enjoying this white bread any time of the day with many different types of dishes, but notes it would be fantastic with a peanut butter and jelly sandwich. This milk bread is fairly simple to make, but you'll need to make sure you've brought plenty of patience to the table as the dough will take about three hours to rise.

Recipe: Milk Bread

47. Fresh Pineapple Bread

What's great about this pineapple bread is that it takes only a few minutes of prep before you'll pop it in the oven to bake and requires ingredients that you'll mostly — except probably for the can of pineapple — that you'll already have in your pantry. When should you enjoy your finished pineapple bread? Recipe developer Jessica Morone says because the bread is a touch sweet like a banana or zucchini bread, it's best enjoyed at breakfast.

Recipe: Fresh Pineapple Bread

48. Easy Chocolate Chip Pumpkin Bread

What's better than a perfectly pumpkin-spiced fall-inspired bread? Adding chocolate chips to said pumpkin bread for added sweetness, that's what. Recipe developer Carrie Madormo came up with this recipe that combines the best of both worlds and offers a bread preparation technique that is fairly simple and easy to master by bakers of all levels so you can have a fall-fresh snack prepared whenever needed. The bread will be tempting when it comes out of the oven, but be sure to give it time to cool before slicing into it.

Recipe: Easy Chocolate Chip Pumpkin Bread

49. Swedish Limpa Bread

This molasses-laden Swedish rye bread comes from recipe developer Miriam Hahn who notes it's a fairly simple homemade bread recipe for experienced bakers and also recommends that you have a food thermometer on hand when preparing this bread, as temperatures are very important — Don't worry, Hahn will tell you when and how to measure the temps. The finished bread is great with jam or butter, but also will be the perfect accompaniment to soups and salads or when served as a dessert.

Recipe: Swedish Limpa Bread

50. Basic Sweet Bread

Recipe developer Jaime Shelbert put together this traditional sweet bread recipe for us and notes that while this recipe yields a classic sweet bread, there are so many different ways you can shake things up and add a little pizzazz to your sweet bread, like adding a glaze on top, mixing some nuts into the batter, or switching out the vanilla extract for almond extract. Most of the ingredients are fairly common, so you shouldn't have any trouble finding them on a quick trip to the grocery store.

Recipe: Basic Sweet Bread

51. Copycat Little Caesars Crazy Bread

So, you're a big fan of Little Caesars' Crazy Bread. Who isn't? The breadsticks are the perfect complement to any Italian meal, whether it be pasta or pizza, and the whole family loves them. Luckily, if you don't have a Little Caesars close by or just don't want to leave the house to enjoy a batch of these breadsticks, we've got you covered, as recipe developer Kristen Carli came up with a copycat recipe that tastes a lot like the original.

Recipe: Copycat Little Caesars Crazy Bread

52. Iced Raisin Bread

We're big fans of all things cinnamon raisin-flavored, and when you add icing to the mix, we fall in love. Recipe developer Angela Latimer put together this iced raisin bread recipe, which she calls her "FAVORITE cinnamon raisin bread hands down." This bread does take some time to prep and cook — about 75 minutes total – but trust us, the finished product is well worth your time and patience. The sweet vanilla icing is the literal icing on the cake, err, well, bread.

Recipe: Iced Raisin Bread

53. Homemade Bread Bowls

In our opinion, the best way to enhance a bowl of soup — whether it be any kind from tomato to a clam chowder recipe to leek soup — is to serve it in a crusty bread bowl. Thanks to the genius of recipe developer Kristen Carli, we've got the perfect bread bowl recipe you can make in your own home. The prep process is fairly simple and will only take you about 20 minutes. Carli walks you through each step including how to hollow out the bread bowls.

Recipe: Homemade Bread Bowls

54. Easy Challah

Making a loaf of challah bread can be intimidating, but thankfully we have recipe developer Jessica Morone who was able to come up with this recipe through making her own mistakes; therefore, the instructions here are for the final loaf she made that came out flawless. Plus, once you make the dough, you get to braid it, and how fun is that? There are many ways to serve your finished challah bread, but Morone thinks the best option is to make French toast with it.

Recipe: Easy Challah

55. Moist Cranberry Bread

Cranberry bread screams fall flavors, and, thanks to the addition of some orange juice, the cranberries in this bread taste perfectly tart and delicious. Recipe developer Courtney Moeslein offers tips throughout the recipe including being sure to cut up your cranberries as opposed to using whole ones and, if possible, using pulp-free orange juice. Prep time takes just five minutes, but you'll need to bake your moist cranberry bread for about 55 minutes before enjoying.

Recipe: Moist Cranberry Bread

56. Chalupa

This Mexican bread doesn't have to be limited to being served with Mexican food; chalupas are great whether they're filled with beans, meat, and cheese or with strawberries and chocolate. You could even use your chalupa as sandwich bread and add some chicken salad or ham and cheese. Don't worry if you've never made chalupas before; recipe developer Kristen Carli walks you through how to make the batter and then fry it in discs in your cast iron skillet.

Recipe: Chalupa

57. Fairy Bread

What on Earth is fairy bread, you ask? Why, it's white bread transformed into colorful and creative works of art — generally by children — using sprinkles and other toppings, and it's certainly magical. Traditionally, fairy bread hails from Australia and New Zealand, but today making it and eating it is an activity enjoyed all over the world. All you need is some white bread, a good variety of colored sprinkles or sanding sugar, some butter, perhaps a cookie cutter or two, and a rich imagination.

Recipe: Fairy Bread

58. Copycat Starbucks Banana Bread

If you're a big fan of Starbucks banana bread, get ready to be eating a whole lot more soon because recipe developer Maren Epstein was able to put together a copycat recipe that tastes like the real thing that you can make in your own kitchen. Starbucks banana bread has walnuts in it, but feel free to either add them in or omit them depending on your preferences and even add in some chocolate chips instead if you'd like.

Recipe: Copycat Starbucks Banana Bread