Breads

Sourdough Ciabatta

This rustic Italian loaf was first made in 1982—yes, that recently—by Arnaldo Cavallari, a baker from outside Venice who was troubled by the popularity...

Sourdough Boule

For many, the French-style sourdough boule (a giant round of crusty sourdough goodness) is the queen of from-scratch breads. Much like with baguettes, the...

Sourdough Baguettes

These classic long loaves might seem intimidating. And they do take quite a bit of time (upwards of 10 hours). But they aren’t technically...

The Essential Sourdough Starter

The name is no mistake: Starter is the base for all sourdough bread. Creating a workable sourdough starter can take anywhere from 5 to...

Basic Brioche Dough

At its heart, brioche is the gorgeous love child of a pastry chef and a bread baker. Think of it as part bread-part cake that...
Brioche à Tête

Brioche à Tête

The French name of this brioche à tête refers to the shape (tête means head). One of the most recognizable forms of brioche, it’s...

Mini Brioche à Tête

For individually-sized brioche loaves, opt for the Mini Brioche à Tête. They’re perfect for breakfast. We like to pluck the têtes off and scoop...

Bubble-Top Brioche Loaf

By arranging balls of dough in a single pan, you’ll get a Bubble-Top Brioche Loaf that pulls apart almost like monkey bread. Find more...

Brioche au Chocolat Loaf

Adding dark chocolate to basic brioche gives it a rich, deeply satisfying twist that feels just as at home on the breakfast table as...

Onion Twist Bread

Sweet onions, roasted garlic, and cheese give this fluffy and light dough a savory twist. Serve it in place of traditional dinner rolls to...