Piles of rolls and beautiful loaves of bread are essential for a Thanksgiving feast. Make plenty so you have extra for sandwiches the next day
A classic roll that’s simple to make. For variety, top them with sesame seeds, poppy seeds, or sea salt flakes.
Recipe: Buttery Dinner Rolls
Get a jump on your Thanksgiving cooking with soft, yeasty rolls that you start a day ahead. Bake the rolls while you carve the turkey.
Recipe: Overnight Soft Herb Rolls
Squash is the quintessential fall vegetable and it adds beautiful color and a touch of sweetness to these rolls.
Recipe: Squash Pull-Apart Dinner Rolls
Here's the perfect cornbread to use in your favorite stuffing recipe. It’s also delicious warm from the oven and served with butter.
Recipe: Buttermilk Cornbread
This recipe includes steps for making your own starter, which gives the bread a yummy fermented sourdough-like flavor.
Recipe: Leek and Walnut Bread
Slice this bread and pop it in the toaster for the best Thanksgiving leftovers sandwich ever.
Recipe: Honey Wheat Bread
Our readers love this recipe and tell us it holds the secrets to baking the most moist and delicious whole-wheat bread. It’s great with Thanksgiving dinner or used for sandwiches the next day.
Recipe: True Whole-Wheat Bread
White, wheat, and rye flour combine for bread with just the right texture. A bottle of beer, a touch of brown sugar, and a bit of caraway give this loaf a mild flavor and beautiful color.
Recipe: Beer Rye Bread
Sweet and just a bit spicy, this cornbread brings a touch of the Southwest to your Thanksgiving table.
Recipe: Roasted Chile Cornbread