Not sure what to serve your guests or take to your friend's New Year's Eve party? Why not try out one of these delicious yeast bread dessert. Both sweet and filling, these are great breads to serve during the cold weather holidays.
My mouth waters just thinking of these dessert breads! This recipe for apricot cinnamon rolls makes a dozen rolls that can be served on a plate. There's no need for slicing and the rolls can be easily arranged on a plate to look pretty.
If you are baking for a super large crowd or want to give some home baked goods away at the New Year's Eve party, you will want to check out these step by step instructions on how to make tea rings. This recipe makes six tea rings, and each tea ring can be stuffed with a different dried fruit, from dried apricots to dried cranberries.
I often bake these cinnamon twists when the kids have their friends over, but they also make a great dessert that is easy to present to your host and to guests.
Flavored with orange zest and glazed citron, these small round loaves of yeast dessert bread are beautiful and delicious.
This is my favorite coffee dessert bread to bring to any party. The sweet bread is made with evaporated milk to give it a rich texture and the bread is iced and topped with red candied cherries and pecans. Delicious and beautiful!
Made with orange juice and orange zest, this easy yeast dessert bread looks so pretty on the dessert table. It is baked in a round tube pan, giving it a wreath like shape and the baked bread is glazed for extra sweetness.
This festive tea ring is a unique dessert bread to serve guests. Made with fresh apples, chopped prunes, and chopped hazelnuts, people will love the holiday flavor of this bread.
If you've never made cinnamon rolls before, here's your chance to learn how. This recipe for cinnamon rolls shows you how to make them, step by step, with photographs. I usually make these for breakfast gatherings, but they also are great for dessert.