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Easy bread recipes you can bake at home

Nothing beats the smell of freshly baked bread! From basic white bread to paleo, no-knead, no-yeast, sourdough and soda bread, these recipes make it easy to bake your own homemade bread.
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Paleo bread loaf
Breakfast
June 9, 2017

Paleo bread loaf

Qualified clinical nutritionist Natalie Brady shares her delicious paleo bread loaf recipe. Even though it’s completely grain and gluten-free, it tastes really good and toasts beautifully!
By Natalie Brady
SOURDOUGH RYE BREAD
Breakfast
March 31, 2011

Sourdough rye bread

This recipe first appeared in the September 1975 issue of The Australian Women’s Weekly, in a decade when sourdough bread was not commonplace, showing The Weekly was well and truly ahead of its time. You will need to start the recipe 3 days ahead; however the end result is well worth the effort. And once you’ve got your sourdough starter it will keep in good condition for 2 weeks.
By Woman's Weekly Food
Autumn pear and walnut bread
Baking
April 3, 2024

Autumn pear and walnut bread

If you’re a fan of banana bread, you’re going to love Nici Wickes’ delicious version made with pears! Studded with walnuts and easily altered to be gluten or dairy-free, this recipe is a winner
By Nici Wickes
Corn bread
Baking
March 31, 2011

Corn bread

PREPARE Remove the husk (unless you intend to cook on a barbecue or grill plate) by stripping it back from the top down, bringing as much of the silk as possible with it. Remove kernels by making a deep cut halfway down the cob with a large sharp knife, then snapping it in two to […]
By Woman's Weekly Food
Nutty bread
Quick and Easy
July 12, 2015

Nutty bread

There are some recipes that become so popular on the blogosphere that they circulate like wildfire, which is how I came upon a gluten-free recipe for this “life-changing loaf of bread”. Originating from the blog, My New Roots (I think), I’ve changed it around a bit to suit my own kitchen. I hope it suits yours too!
By Woman's Weekly Food

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