Who doesn’t love bread? It’s soft, pillowy, perfect for a variety of spreads. It can be sweet or savory or even both! Some of you have probably already hopped on the trend of making sourdough loaves and posting the results on Instagram #quarantinesourdough. Even if you haven’t joined the mass of people making their own sourdough, you need to try making these vegan buns, rolls, and brioche. They are super tasty and there are so many different recipes to try! The best time to eat them is soon after they come out of the oven. Fresh, homemade vegan rolls, buns, and brioche are truly the best.
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1. Coconut Butter Brioche
Source: Coconut Butter Brioche
2. Pesto Feta Swirl Buns
Source: Pesto Feta Swirl Buns
Herby pesto swirl buns with vegan feta cheese! These Pesto Feta Swirl Buns by Anna Sue are kind of addictive. They seem to disappear before they touch the table. Imagine… a light and fluffy dough swirled with homemade pesto and melty feta cheese. So soft, springy, and ultra fluffy. And it’s super simple to make, but it’s a great base for the buns.
3. Homemade Dinner Rolls
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These Homemade Dinner Rolls by Mireille Aikman are not only super tasty but also super easy to make. Soft, pillowy with just a hint of garlic. So what are you waiting for? You can’t get better dinner rolls than this. So are you ready to learn how you can make homemade dinner rolls? Let’s get started!
4. Carrot Buns with Turmeric
Source: Carrot Buns with Turmeric
5. Chelsea Buns
Source: Chelsea Buns
Sticky, sweet, and soft vegan Chelsea Buns filled with tangy cranberries, sultanas and sweet aromatic dried apricots. These Chelsea Buns by Fabio Gallo are perfect for your weekend brunch or afternoon tea. They freeze very well and are best served warm.
6. Easy Zucchini Buns
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7. Hot Cross Buns
Source: Hot Cross Buns
8. Pretzel Buns
Source: Pretzel Buns
These little fluffy pillowy Pretzel Buns by Kirsten Kaminski are going to be your new favorite thing! They are ridiculously easy to make and come out perfectly. In fact, these Vegan Pretzel Buns only require 6 very basic ingredients, no fancy equipment and they come out better than the bakery ones – you’ll see!
9. Chinese Steamed Buns (Mantou)
Source: Chinese Steamed Buns (Mantou)
Mantou are plain steamed buns with no fillings and are traditionally consumed in Northern China as a staple food in contrast to rice as a staple food in Southern China. They are normally eaten plain and also commonly served as a side dish. While bao or baozi are usually stuffed with sweet or savory fillings and are rounded in shape. You will love Daphne Goh‘s Chinese Steamed Buns (Mantou)!
10. Poppy Seed Bread Rolls
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There is nothing intricate and elaborate about the recipe. But, these Poppy Seed Bread Rolls by Namita Tiwari are so good! Slightly sweet, fluffy, and soft, Poppy Seed Rolls have lovely crunch and nuttiness that comes from the poppy seeds in the dough. They taste absolutely amazing with homemade apricot jam or vegan butter.
11. Spinach and Artichoke Rolls
Source: Spinach and Artichoke Rolls
Spinach and artichoke dip just got an upgrade! Add some easy homemade pizza dough to the classic, cheesy dip, and you have spinach and artichoke rolls featuring Legrand vegan cream cheese! These vegan Spinach and Artichoke Rolls by Alexandra/Eian Kelly are perfectly paired with marinara sauce for dipping… or even more vegan cream cheese!
12. The Ultimate Vegan Nutty Sticky Buns
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