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Q is for Quick Breads


Quick breads are quintessential favorites for cooks with full schedules. Unlike yeast-based breads, these baked beauties take little time to prepare.

Yummy quick breads may be made with whole wheat, white or other flours. Popular choices include banana bread, beer bread, blueberry bread, chocolate chip bread, cinnamon raisin bread, corn bread, cranberry bread, lemon poppyseed bread, pumpkin bread, zucchini bread and more.

Most muffins also fall into the quick bread category.
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Looking for recipes for quick breads?


Try these delicious quick bread recipes from this batch of food writers, and enjoy the amazing aroma that fills your home!

Delicious Quick Bread Recipes – Mary Wensing Dvorachek
Here are some of favorite quick bread recipes. These home-baked breads are great to make for holidays and parties. You can even freeze the loaves and serve them later.

Easy Holiday Quick Breads for Gift Giving – Maggie Ray
Need an easy gift for a bus driver, Sunday School teacher or a coach? Make a variety of holiday quick breads and finish several gifts with one baking session.

Grandma’s Old-Fashioned Blueberry Muffins – Linda Ann Nickerson
This delicious traditional recipe, best baked after a family blueberry picking trip, has been passed down for generations.

My Favorite Zucchini Bread Recipe – Kim Adams
Every summer my family would visit my Grandparents, who lived 1,000 miles away. We would visit, sightsee and just enjoy a couple of weeks together. While we were there, I always enjoyed a few favorite treats. One was my grandmother’s zucchini bread.

Pumpkin Loaf Bread Recipe for Holidays and Beyond – Linda Ann Nickerson
Great for an autumn party, Thanksgiving feast, or anytime! This healthy bread is so deliciously moist that I usually bake it in a bundt pan. What a yummy brunch offering, or even a dessert!

Varieties of Quick Breads: Pour Batters (Pancakes, Crepes, and Waffles) – Paul Rados
The ratio for pour batters is approximately 1 cup of liquid for every 1 cup of flour. The most common types of pour batters are pancakes, crepes, and waffles.

Wonderful Wisconsin Beer Breads – Linda Ann Nickerson
Beer bread is a Wisconsin favorite, but folks elsewhere enjoy it too. The crunchy crust and soft inside make this home-baked treat a family favorite. The alcohol bakes out, so Wisconsin Beer Bread is great for all ages.

Why Make Zucchini Bread when You Could Make Zucchini Brownies Instead? – Teresa Mahieu
Everyone makes Zucchini Bread, why not try these delicious Zucchini recipes instead. Your family won't give you any trouble eating their veggies when they are added to these recipes.

Yummy crumb-topped blueberry muffins – Glory Lennon
Violet's Yummy Crumb-topped Blueberry Muffins. If you've been reading the weekly installments of Helium's second serialized novel, Violet's in Bloom, you will have heard mention these amazingly yummy crumb-topped blueberry muffins.

Are you still wondering about what constitutes quick bread, as opposed to yeast breads? Leanna Teague clearly delineates the difference in “What Separates Yeast Bread from Quick Bread?”

Who’s baking quick breads today?
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