With all the news about eating a proper breakfast in the morning and eating homemade food, it's inevitable that we, as parents, begin to make the time to provide our kids with delicious morning meals. The breads on this page can be baked ahead of time and kept in the freezer so that each morning, the bread can be toasted and served with eggs, sausage, ham, or grapefruit.
Hate to knead bread dough? This recipe for raisin casserole bread is an easy to follow yeast bread recipe that is baked in a round casserole dish. This is a great breakfast bread and it's very popular among the Pennsylvania German families.
This delicious white bread is perfect for buttering or toasting. Besides being a favorite white bread for kids, the leftover slices can be used to make french toast.
My daughter loves toast and honey for breakfast, so when I started adding honey to my white bread recipe, she was ecstatic with the sweet, rich flavor. This is a fantastic toasting bread and leftover slices are also great for french toast.
A New England favorite, anadama bread is made with bread flour, but it's sweetened with molasses. Serve sliced with butter and sausages as a comfort breakfast.
Buttermilk is added to waffle, pancake, and bread recipes to give the breads a rich, buttery flavor. A favorite country bread, buttermilk bread can be served toasted alongside of a bacon and egg breakfast.
This bread never lasts longer than 2 hours after its been baked. It tastes almost like sticky buns, but without the mess. This is a great bread to serve with ham or sausages.
Looking to add whole wheat to your child's diet? Whole wheat honey bread is an easy bread to get kids to eat because it is light in color and the honey helps to hide the whole wheat flavor.
Buckwheat molasses bread always sold well for me during the colder months and my kids grew up eating the bread for breakfast whenever there was snow on the ground. Serve toasted with sausages and grapefruit for a warming, winter breakfast.
A heavy, white bread, oatmeal bread keeps bellies full and warm. This versatile bread can be served with just about any kind of hot breakfast and leftover slices can be used to make french toast.
This bread is truly a breakfast treat! Made with shredded coconut and crushed pecans, this bread can be served with butter or toasted and served with orange marmalade. All the breakfast meats compliment this bread, as well as fruit platters and eggs.