Nothing screams fall like homemade bread! These fall bread recipes incorporate everything you love about fall.
They’ll fill your home with mouthwatering aromas. Put that fall-themed candle away – you won’t need it.
Even if you aren’t a bread expert, fear not! These fall bread recipes include easy, quick bread recipes that don’t require a lot of kneading and resting.
From sweet pumpkin bread to savory herb stuffing bread, there’s one thing for sure – your home is about to smell amazing!
1. Pumpkin Bread
The great thing about pumpkin bread is that it’s so easy. It incorporates all of the classic autumn hits such as cinnamon, nutmeg, cloves, and (of course) a can of pumpkin puree.
Not only does pureed pumpkin add mouth-watering fall flavors, but it also keeps this bread impossibly moist.
After a trip in the oven, the edges are nice and crisp, while the inside is tender and moist.
2. Cinnamon Sugar Pull-Apart Bread
Pull-apart bread is always a big hit when baking for a big group.
While it bakes like a traditional loaf of bread, you can pull off individual slices that are infused with tasty cinnamon and sugar over every inch of this bread.
Each slice incorporates sweet cinnamon and sugar with a brown and buttery crust. It goes great with a morning cup of coffee or a sweet treat.
3. Pumpkin Cinnamon Rolls
Classic cinnamon rolls get a fall-inspired makeover with this simple pumpkin cinnamon roll recipe.
These rolls are irresistible because they use homemade pumpkin-infused bread as a base. They’re filled with rich cinnamon and sugar and then baked to perfection.
As with any batch of cinnamon rolls, don’t forget the maple cream cheese icing!
4. Savory Herb Stuffing Bread
Next time you cook up a batch of stuffing for your holiday meal, don’t use any old bread!
While it’s intended for use in stuffing, it’s so packed with savory herbs that it’s also a killer sandwich bread.
Fresh herbs such as thyme and sage go a long way in simple savory herb bread. It takes a little extra effort to make your special bread for stuffing, but it’s worth it.
5. Marbled Chocolate Pumpkin Bread
Don’t let the bakery quality of this marbled pumpkin and chocolate bread fool you into thinking you can’t make it at home.
It’s just as simple as dumping pumpkin bread ingredients into a loaf pan with a little extra fun.
Placing a scoop of pumpkin batter next to the chocolate batter and swirling it with a knife produces the swirl pattern, and it’s surprisingly satisfying.
Sweet chocolate and fragrant pumpkin bread marry perfectly together in this inventive take on a classic.
6. Harvest Spice Bread
Can’t decide between apple, pumpkin, carrot, or spice cake? Baking this insanely flavorful bread smells like a fall farmer’s market set up shop in your kitchen.
It infuses all of the staples of fall cooking and blends them effortlessly in this addictive recipe.
It earns a touch of sweetness from apples and pumpkin, nuttiness from walnuts, and classic fall spices like cinnamon and nutmeg.
7. Caramel Apple Buttermilk Muffins
Is it even fall without a caramel apple? These muffins take the classic caramel apples and transform them into flavorful muffin explosions that are hard to resist.
The secret to these addictive muffins like in the nutty streusel topping. It infuses walnuts and brown sugar with a caramel drizzle that’s nutty, sweet, and hard to eat just one!
8. Homemade Buttermilk Bread
Adding buttermilk to a classic white bread loaf adds a tangy flavor and loads of moisture. Don’t worry; the buttermilk flavors aren’t overpowering.
When baked to golden perfection, this simple loaf of white bread earns a slightly tangy kick destined for sandwiches (or with a generous slathering of butter).
9. Homemade Pumpkin Bagels
Homemade bagels may seem outside your comfort zone, but they are deceptively easy. They’re packed with pumpkin flavors with subtle sweetness from brown sugar.
Top boiled bagels with sesame seeds for added crunch (or your favorite bagel topping), and bust out the cream cheese!
It’s a perfect way to enjoy the rich flavors of fall at breakfast time.
10. Pumpkin Pie Monkey Bread
Monkey bread will always be a crowd favorite. It looks so deliciously appealing, and everyone loves tearing into monkey bread!
The best part of this recipe is that it tastes just like pumpkin pie without much effort.
Use pre-packaged biscuit dough to save time, and infuse it with classic pumpkin pie ingredients.
11. Honey Butter Pumpkin Dinner Rolls
Are you in charge of bringing dinner rolls to Thanksgiving dinner this year? These delightfully light and chewy honey butter pumpkin rolls are an excellent choice to impress your guest.
Without much sugar, these rolls deliver just a hint of spiced pumpkin while still living in the savory dinner roll category.
For a pop of sweetness, pair with unsalted butter infused with honey.
12. Apple Bread
Do you have a lot of leftover apples from your trip to the apple orchard? Use up those extra apples in this surprisingly easy apple bread.
Each bite packs a fall-inspired flavor punch with pecan, dates, and shredded apples. It’s so simple to whip together and doesn’t require any kneaded or proofing.
When baking, it smells better than your very best apple pie scented candle!
13. Gluten-Free Pumpkin Swirl Bread
Even without gluten, this pumpkin bread is incredibly moist and tender.
Instead of opting for regular flour, swap it out for gluten-free flour. It tastes the same but takes a little longer in the oven.
It earns a delicate swirl in the middle with a layer of pumpkin pie spice and brown sugar for an extra pop of pumpkin flavors.
14. Sweet Potato Cornbread
You won’t look at regular cornbread the same way after making this sweet potato cornbread!
Adding sweet potatoes makes it slightly sweeter, yet the fragrant fall-inspired spices like cinnamon and nutmeg keep it savory.
Sweet potatoes paired with sour cream and milk make this recipe impossibly moist, and it’s a cinch to make on a busy weeknight.
15. Cranberry Banana Bread
Cranberries are a great way to add a light and tart kick to dense banana bread.
The slight sweetness from the bananas marries perfectly with walnuts and a tart kick from cranberries.
Once out of the oven, it’s impossibly moist and tender and pairs well with a morning cup of coffee.
16. Homemade Carrot Bread
Carrot bread is a great treat to make when baking on a budget. Carrots are affordable in season and add flavor and moisture to simple carrot cake bread.
Plus, it’s so easy to whip up in a flash. Simply blend all ingredients, and pour them into a bread pan. Easy peasy!
It earns sweetness from carrots that blend perfectly with rich fall flavors like cinnamon and pumpkin pie spices.
17. Classic Pumpkin Scones
I am a sucker for pumpkin scones. They’re delicate, perfectly crumby, and easy to whip up in a jiffy.
What’s excellent about pumpkin scones is they incorporate everything I love about fall. Pumpkin puree, brown sugar, and cinnamon taste like fall on a plate.
Drizzle with a maple glaze, and watch a full plate disappear.
18. Blueberry Pumpkin Bread
These blueberry pumpkin muffins are a great way to transition into fall.
When the calendar says fall but the weather still says summer, this bread helps you let go of summer.
Rich pumpkin flavors marry so perfectly with slightly sweet and tart blueberries. Cooked berries lend a somewhat purple hue that pops against the orange pumpkin backdrop.
It’s moist and marries everything you love about summer and fall.
19. Pear Bread with Almond Streusel Topping
Pumpkins and apples get all the praise in the fall, but pears are a fall harvest, too! Try this pear bread if you want a decedent fall-inspired bread but can’t look at one more pumpkin.
Pears have a unique, slightly sweet flavor and are a little buttery and mild. Because the flavors of pears are so subtle, they pair perfectly with the rich flavors of almonds and cinnamon.
20. Crusty Cranberry Nut No Knead Bread
Yeasted bread is great but requires so much kneading and tinkering. This crusty cranberry bread is perfect for bread novices.
It’s brimming with so many fall-inspired ingredients that every bite of bread is a mouth adventure.
Dried cranberries work so well with plenty of chopped nuts (you can use your favorite nuts) with just a touch of sweetness from the honey.
21. Apple Muffins
These apple muffins are a simple recipe to whip up on a cold and rainy October afternoon. Ripe apples infuse moisture, making these muffins impossibly tender and delicious.
Paired with cinnamon and brown sugar crumble, they are hard to resist. The best part? They only take 30 minutes.
22. Caramel Cream Cheese Bread
Caramel, cream cheese, and bread. Need I say more? This super simple quickbread doesn’t require kneading or proofing and comes together in a snap.
The best part lies inside. Between two layers of batter lies a hidden cream cheese and caramel surprise.
It’s a great bread for breakfast, but it can also work as a dessert at your next holiday party.
23. Homemade Buttermilk Biscuits
Put away that pre-packaged biscuit dough.
There’s nothing better than homemade biscuits and gravy on a rainy fall Saturday morning. These homemade buttermilk biscuits take classic breakfast fare to whole new heights.
Adding buttermilk brings a little bit of tang to this recipe, as well as a ton of moisture.
Folding is biscuit dough a few times and incorporates flakey levels that shoot up once they hit the oven.
24. Caramel Cheesecake Stuffed Apple Bread
Classic apple bread gets a caramely cheesecake twist with this recipe. It’s rich with apple flavoring in the bread, and it’s so easy to whip together in an afternoon.
Layered in the center of the bread is a cheesecake surprise!
Cream cheese, lemon juice, and sugar provide a creamy and irresistible crumble that pairs perfectly with rich autumn spices and apples.
Drizzle with a rich caramel sauce and serve with coffee (or eat it in the middle of the night standing over the sink).
25. Sweet Potato Crescent Roll
Bust out your sweet potato crescent roll recipe when you want to impress dinner guests but don’t have much time.
Simply fill prepackage crescent rolls with a buttery sweet potato filling and bake. They’re impossibly flaky, with a sweet filling infused with sweet potatoes, pecans, and marshmallows.
It’s like a sweet potato pie rolled up in a crescent roll. Yes, please!
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