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List of sweet breads

Various sweet breads at a "medieval day" event at Velenje Castle, Velenje, Slovenia

This is a list of sweet breads. Sweet bread, also referred to as pan dulce, buns or coffee bread,[1] is a bread or cake that is typically sweet in flavor. Some sweet breads, such as Portuguese Pao Douce, may be prepared with potato flour, which imparts a sweet flavor and light texture to them.[2] Some sweet breads that originated as cake-breads, such as lardy cake, Bath buns and Chelsea buns, are classified as sweet breads in contemporary culinary taxonomy, even though some still have the word "cake" in them.[3]

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Banana bread with strawberries

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Soft gingerbread with mountain cranberry

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Honey buns prepared with raw honey

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A sticky bun and nut loaf

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ReferencesEdit

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