A holiday table is not complete without the bread. I know my family absolutely loves bread. In the south, we use bread for what we call “sopping up the goodies.” It is true that southerners eat a lot of gravy and with that gravy we need our bread. At my house, everyone fights for the last piece of bread. I was just thinking about what bread I was going to make for the holidays. Below is a list of my family’s favorite breads. I still have not decided on which bread we will have this Thanksgiving, but I would love to hear what kind of bread is going to be on your table for the holidays.
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You can make these biscuits days or weeks in advance. They can be frozen. These sweet potato biscuits are very moist and full of fall flavors. So Delicious and worth the work!
These biscuit (muffins) are light, cheesy, and a little sweet. They go great with everything!
Cornbread is a staple on most southern tables. You can find not only buttermilk cornbread but jalapeno, broccoli & cheese, and crawfish cornbread on my blog.
These are really similar to the Red Lobster ones.
RECIPE COMING TOMORROW! These biscuits are from Gooseberry Patch Hometown Christmas cookbook. This Cookbook giveaway ends 12/13/13. The biscuits are made with Sprite. I was so surprised out light and Wonderful these biscuits turned out. They are my new favorite biscuits because they not only taste great but they are the easiest biscuits to make ever.
These Herb Yeast Rolls are easy to make because they are made with frozen yeast dough.
Biscuits are always a great option. They go well with everything not just breakfast.
I love yeast bread. These rolls are extremely light and fluffy.
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