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Dill Pickle Onion Quick Bread Is Savory And Delicious

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Making your own bread is always a satisfying task. While you may think that baking up a loaf will be time-consuming or difficult, it doesn’t have to be — especially with a classic quick bread recipe. As the name implies, it’s ready in a snap.

Quick breads are leavened with something other than yeast or eggs, like baking soda or baking powder. They can be baked immediately after mixed, so you don’t have to set aside time to wait for the dough to rise, like you do with a yeast-based bread. They’re also pretty foolproof!

This dill pickle onion quick bread from Belly Full takes just 10 minutes of prep time and 40 minutes of bake time. You’ll have delicious, savory and fragrant homemade bread in under an hour. The blogger says this tasty bread would be great dunked in soup, slathered in butter or even just enjoyed all on its own. In addition to the flavors of onion and fresh dill, it features everyone’s favorite trendy ingredient of the moment: pickle.

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Quick bread can also be sweet, as in this festive red velvet quick bread, which is perfect for Valentine’s Day. The recipe from Taste and Tell includes a rich cream cheese filling.

Experiment with tweaking the recipe a bit, as our writer did, until you get your ideal treat. Whipping up some of this lovely quick bread would be a great way to show a special someone you love them this holiday.

red velvet quick bread
Bridget Sharkey

Back on the savory side, this parmesan garlic herb quick bread from Yellow Bliss Road would make a great accompaniment to a variety of meals. The blogger served hers alongside chicken parmesan. If you’re looking for an alternative to garlic bread, this would also be an ideal substitute.

Do you have a tried-and-true quick bread recipe that you love?