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’Tis the season of warm kitchens, flour-dusted aprons and the scent of cinnamon and sugar lingering in the air. In many cultures, holiday baking revolves around sweet breads, which are great to give as gifts or serve warm from the oven the morning of December 25th. Presenting 25 of our favorite sweet (and savory) Christmas bread recipes.
Soft and buttery on the inside, sweet and crunchy on the outside (and the leftovers make excellent French toast).
Who says pumpkin is just for the fall? This gorgeous brioche begs to differ.
Breakfast doesn’t get any better, especially when it’s dusted in a layer of confectioners’ sugar “snow.”
Our two favorite food groups, together at last. (Use store-bought dough and don’t tell a soul.)
We’ll admit we’re in it for the cream cheese frosting. Aren’t you?
It’s light, airy, moist and flecked with festive cranberries, pistachios and chocolate.
This is definitely one of those times when more is more. Psst: The recipe starts with store-bought crescent dough.
We’ll never turn anything down with cinnamon streusel on top.
We’ve found the key to winning Christmas morning.
This gorgeous treat is filled with Nutella, but you could try cinnamon sugar or jam too.
It’s a Scandinavian tradition to serve this on Christmas, and why not? It’s delicious.
You know what? Let’s top everything with cream cheese frosting.
We only care about the holiday centerpiece if it’s fully edible—and this one is.
You’ll need something to pair with that holiday cheese board. Hint, hint…
Rudolph is gonna love this one.
If monkey bread and pecan pie had a (really tasty) baby, this would be it.
The only thing that could possibly make it more irresistible? An eggnog glaze. This recipe delivers on both fronts.
Yes, they’re sweet. But that’s what Christmas is all about.
It’s called carb art—ever heard of it?
The braiding technique will make you look like a pro, even though it’s secretly really simple.
Deck the halls with boughs of butter and sugar, please and thank you.
They’re even cozier than a cup of tea.
Hands down, this is our favorite kind of snowflake.
It’s best served warm by a twinkling Christmas tree.
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