If you’re anything like me, you crave bread all the time.
And why not make some of your favorite bread recipes for breakfast?
These bread recipes are so satisfying, and they’re ready to go in no time.
I’ve been making bread for years, but it wasn’t until about 2-3 years ago that I started making it for breakfast and dinner.
Ever since then, I’ve made it every day!
It was a game-changer for me.
Because before, I was only making bread for dinner.
But now…now, it’s made for breakfast too!
I can’t believe how much fun it is to make bread when you know what goes into it.
It’s such a rewarding process.
For this list of bread recipes, I talked to my friends at Baker Creek Bread Company.
They told me all the details of each recipe, so I could trust them with my creations.
And trust them I did!
These are the easiest breads you’ll ever make.
Let’s get baking because it’s time to break out the yeast and proof your dough!
Carrot bread may be the easiest carrot bread recipe on this list.
It only calls for six ingredients and simple hands-on prep, but its flavor is still quite special.
There’s a hint of cinnamon in the dough along with fresh ginger, cloves, and orange zest.
It’s dense, moist, and crumbly around the edges but tender to the inside.
This carrot bread is great for breakfast or as a side dish for any meal.
It’s also great for making ahead of time so you can enjoy it throughout the week.
I think this is my new favorite lemon bread!
You’ll use almond meal to create a nutty base and then you’ll add poppy seeds, sesame seeds, and hemp seeds.
The contrast in flavors is amazing, especially with the delicate sweetness of the lemon.
Plus, you can make this loaf any time of year for a vegan treat that will surely be a hit.
This chocolate banana bread is dense, moist, and always a hit.
All you need are ripe bananas, butter, almond milk, and cocoa powder to make this super simple dessert.
The best part is that it’s packed with nutrients and fiber making it slightly filling.
You won’t even miss the chocolate if you don’t add any!
Soda bread has been a staple in my family for over three decades.
It’s soft and tender, and it’s always so refreshing.
If you don’t have a soda cracker mold, you can still make this recipe.
Just cut the dough into 1″ squares and bake them until they’re golden brown.
Of course, if you have a Soda Bread Maker from Kitchenaid or other brand, that lets you get even more out of soda bread!
Pumpkin bread is a staple during the fall season and this recipe will show you how to cook up a tasty loaf of bread for breakfast, lunch, or dinner.
Serve it with your favorite toppings like cream cheese frosting, cinnamon sugar, or pumpkin pie spice for an extra special flavor.
This cranberry bread isn’t just to die for; it’s also incredibly easy to make.
All you need are five simple ingredients, and the result is a moist loaf of sweet bread that tastes like Thanksgiving in a loaf.
As if that weren’t good enough, this recipe has an orange glaze on top.
It adds a fantastic pop of color and flavor to the otherwise plain loaf.
This easy monkey bread recipe is another great option for adding to a dessert tray.
It’s soft and fluffy and the perfect mix of chocolate and vanilla.
Whip up this delicious treat in no time, or use it as a base for your next crazy-good batch of homemade cupcakes.
Of course, you can use any type of chocolate you like.
I would go with dark for this one.
I’m sure most of you are familiar with zucchini bread, but have you ever tried almond flour zucchini bread?
This recipe is a simple, three-ingredient loaf that has everything you love about zucchini bread without the guilt.
It’s fluffy and soft with just enough crunch to make it satisfying.
Plus, there’s no extra baking required.
You can whip this up in 10 minutes!
Bread is great for breakfast, brunch, and dessert.
But sometimes you want something sweet for everything.
This banana nut bread is that everything kind of recipe.
It’s soft, moist, and loaded with nuts and sweet bananas.
Plus it’s a breeze to make!
Just mix the ingredients in a bowl, pour over the batter, and bake.
You can have this delicious treat on your phone in less than 30 minutes.
The combination of garlic and rosemary gives you the perfect flavor profile for any bread.
Add a little bit of salt, and you’ll be in love.
This recipe is easy to make, but it definitely takes some time to get right.
The best part?
You can have this delicious garlic rosemary bread ready in minutes.
This paleo lemon and blueberry bread is outstanding for breakfast, brunch, or dessert.
It’s sweet and lemony with a touch of tanginess from the berries.
Pair it with simple honey or maple syrup for an addition of sweetness and natural sweetness.
Combine this recipe with homemade almond butter to make an amazing sandwich bread!
This peanut butter bread is the epitome of comfort food.
It’s soft and fluffy with a rich, nutty flavor that’ll have you coming back for more.
Made with white flour, egg whites, and butter, it’s wonderfully simple and can be made in just 30 minutes.
Top it with chocolate chips or your favorite jam to bring out the sweetness!
There’s something about fresh blueberries that just makes me happy.
Of course, you can use frozen if you want to make this with less work.
Just be sure to thaw them out and drain the excess liquid before using!
This recipe calls for regular sourdough breadcrumbs, but like all good things, you can try adding a bit of your favorite nut butter here.
If you’re looking for something warm and sweet, why not throw some brown sugar in there? Yum!
This cinnamon bread is the perfect breakfast recipe!
It’s soft, fluffy, and bursting with amazing flavors from ground cinnamon and nutmeg.
If you’re looking for a delicious way to wake up on a cold morning, this recipe is for you.
The best part about this bread is that it doesn’t require much work.
Simply mix all the ingredients in the bowl, then let everything bake in the oven until golden.
Serve this warm bread with butter or cream cheese for an indulgent breakfast.
This pistachio bread is fluffy, colorful, and perfectly nutty.
Even the most picky eaters will love it.
It’s not as sweet as some of the other recipes on this list.
It’s also a bit more filling because it has some nuts in it.
You could easily make this for breakfast or any time you have hungry guests.
With its bright colors and exotic flavors, this bread is sure to be a hit.
Zucchini bread is such a fun dessert!
It’s light, moist, and summery.
Plus, it’s brimming with healthy ingredients that provide lots of vitamins and minerals.
This recipe uses whole wheat flour for its amazing texture.
And you can easily replace the zucchini with carrots if you want a sweeter taste.
You can also use this fantastic lemon zest in your next cake!
Honey and oats are a classic combination.
These two complement each other really well in bread making.
This honey and oats artisan loaf is similar to many other yeasted loaves, but the flavors are much stronger, thanks to a honey glaze.
The sweet, fruity ingredients on top of the loaf give it such an amazing flavor.
Cheese bread is like a soft, sweet, and buttery hunk of heaven.
It’s also easy to make, which makes it one of my go-to snacks.
If you don’t have any cheese left over from making pizza dough, make this cheesy bread instead!
The dough is made with flour, buttermilk (or yogurt), sugar, salt, and water.
The result tastes exactly the same.
Other than that, there’s no difference between this recipe and your favorite slice of ciabatta.
Apple bread is a delicious and easy-to-make bread.
It’s also vegan, gluten-free, and super moist!
It’s also just shy of 9 minutes in the oven.
The best part about this recipe is that it doesn’t use yeast.
That means you don’t have to wait for the dough to proof.
And if you want to try an apple cinnamon roll (or any kind of apple bread), this one is a fantastic starting point.
(Or if you need something sweet, try my Apricot Loaf.)
This vegan cinnamon quick bread is perfect for a lazy Sunday morning.
It’s sweet and spiced, with just enough warmth to feel good.
The best part about this recipe is how easy it is to make.
It only takes 30 minutes from start to finish!
Just throw everything together in one bowl and let the oven do its thing.
Serve it with a cup of coffee for the perfect breakfast or brunch.
Banana bread may not be the healthiest, but it sure is tasty.
This gluten-free banana bread is sweet, moist, and full of flavor.
It’s made with a blend of sugar free flour and almond meal for a background of softness that’ll make you want to eat all day!
If you want to add some extra crunch, throw in some chopped nuts or raisins.
This cinnamon roll monkey bread is the perfect breakfast option.
Sure, you can make it ahead of time, but most likely, you’ll want to serve it when you get home.
The key to making this moist and tender bread is a simple pinch of salt.
Mix it with the dough until evenly distributed and then fold in the filling.
You won’t believe how good this monkey bread is!
Some people like sweet breads.
I prefer them salty and creamy.
That’s why this healthy cranberry orange oatmeal bread is such a winner for me!
The oranges and bourbon make it super sweet, which pairs so well with the nutty oat flour.
It’s not just the oats that are delicious, though.
It’s also the maple syrup and cinnamon.
I love it when a recipe is simple, but so darn tasty.
This rosemary focaccia is just that.
The brioche-style dough has a wonderfully soft and chewy texture.
It’s perfectly balanced with the herb flavors of rosemary, which complements the bread perfectly.
Serve this as an appetizer or on your favorite sandwich to bring your meal together.
You won’t regret it!
You’ll need only four ingredients to whip up this simple sweet bread.
All you’ll need are flour, sugar, yeast, and a mixer.
If you have any experience at baking bread, then this recipe is a breeze.
It takes less than an hour to make one loaf of perfect sweet bread.
As long as you have the dough rolled out into a flat rectangle and given time to rise in the fridge, your life will be a lot easier.
25 Easy Bread For Breakfast Recipes
- 4 bananas
- 2 eggs
- 1/2 cup olive oil
- 1/4 cup milk
- 1 tsp vanilla bean paste
- 1 tsp Coles Cinnamon Ground
- 1 cup wholemeal flour
- 1 cup plain flour
- 1 tsp baking powder
- 1 tsp Coles Bicarbonate Soda
- Set the oven to 160°C or 140°F with the fan on. An 11.5 x 22 cm (base dimensions) loaf pan should be greased and lined with baking paper.
- With a fork, mash the bananas in a big basin until they are smooth. Stir in the eggs, oil, milk, and vanilla after adding them. Over the banana mixture, sift the flours, cinnamon, baking powder, bicarbonate, and salt (tip in the flour kernels). Stir everything together. Spoon into the prepared pan, then use a spatula to level the top. A skewer inserted in the center should come out clean after 1 hour and 10 minutes of baking. 5 minutes are spent in the pan. To cool, transfer to a wire rack.