Carol Giesbrecht from Kitchener, Ontario uses leftover mashed potatoes and mace in the dough for these tender rolls. "They've been a favorite in my family for years," she say. "They're delicious warm with butter and peach jam."
This recipe has been passed down through my family from my Swedish great-grandmother. Last Christmas, my 78-year-old mom made and distributed 25 of these loaves. The slightly sweet bread receives high praise, even from my children, who are picky eaters.
-Patricia Finch Kelly, Rindge, New Hampshire
This moist savory bread pairs nicely with a variety of main dishes. It's great with soup...and makes a wonderful grilled ham and cheese sandwich. I came up with the recipe a few years ago when I wanted to use up the fresh rosemary in my garden.
-Cori Oakley, Traverse City, Michigan
Crunchy, green hulled pumpkin seeds (better known as pepitas)add a slightly nutty taste to this rich and moist bread. Because of their high oil content, pepitas can spoil quickly. Make sure you store them in the freezer to keep them fresh. —Cheryl Perry, Hertford, North Carolina
"Delight family and friends with these soft tender yeast rolls that are done in a jiffy, thanks to quick-rise yeast," suggests Debbie Graber of Eureka, Nevada. "My family especially likes them with sausage gravy," she says.
For a fun sweet treat that's certain to satisfy, try this recipe. Drizzled with icing, each finger-licking piece has a yummy surprise filling of apples and pecans. It's well worth the bit of extra effort.
-Carolyn Gregory, Hendersonville, Tennessee
Any time we take this savory, satisfying bread to a potluck, it goes over very well. We never bring any home. My husband generally makes this bread and prides himself on the beautiful golden loaves.
-Shirley Caldwell, Northwood, Ohio
With their cheery yellow color and delicious aroma, these appealing buns will brighten your buffet table, according to Bernice Morris of Marshfield, Missouri. "Plus," she details, "I've found this recipe is a great way to use up squash from the garden.—Bernice Morris, Marshfield, Missouri
With their decorative cinnamon swirls, these lovely braids taste as good as they look! And their aroma while baking will make your mouth water. For a holiday touch, you could decorate the drizzle of icing with pecans and candied cherries. —Vick Holloway, Joelton, Tennessee