Not all of these recipes are quickbreads, but they do have one thing in common: they’re quick to throw together when you’re hustling to make your baked goods in between the bustle of getting the kids in and out of their snow gear and getting yourself to the gym for a holiday resolution. Whether you’re trying to start the day off with a homemade bite or deliver soup to a sick friend, there’s a quick bread in here for you.
Lemon and blueberry are a flavorful power team to make your muffin incredible. This recipe freezes nicesly for quick grab’n’go treats to have on hand. (2 Guiding Stars)
This quick, no-knead bread is the ideal side for broth-heavy soups and vegetable stews. Slice the leftovers up for sandwiches, or bake them off for rustic croutons. (2 Guiding Stars)
Inspired by carrot cake, this bread leans more to the savory than the sweet. Freeze it in slices and cover it with peanut butter for a quick power snack. (2 Guiding Stars)
This classic cornbread is ideal hot and fresh from the oven and is the perfect side for any of your soups, stews or chilis as you plan for winter meals and the Big Game. (1 Guiding Star)
Got some leftover canned pumpkin hanging around? Put it to work upping the veggie content of your bready side with this delicious variation on cornbread. (1 Guiding Star)
Lemon is a superstar all on its own, and in the cold of winter, it’s a bright flavor that reminds us of sunny spring and summer just around the corner. (1 Guiding Star)
Shape these biscuits as the recipe instructs or save yourself time and add a dash of extra liquid to turn them into shaggy biscuits and serve them up with your favorite stew. (1 Guiding Star)