Braising meat, cooking soups and stews – Dutch ovens are so versatile and a must-have in any kitchen! But did you know you can easily bake bread in your Dutch oven? We’re sharing 8 of our favourite no-knead bread recipes you can whip up in your Staub cocotte or Dutch oven.
1. Easy crusty French bread
This French bread is soft and airy on the inside, crispy and crusty on the outside, and is ready in just a few hours. That’s right, there’s no need to wait for the dough to rise overnight! Find the recipe from Life As A Strawberry here.
2. Roasted garlic & rosemary no-knead artisan bread
If you love crusty and flavourful bread, you’ll love this no-knead recipe. This bread is great for dipping into balsamic vinegar, slathering with butter, or even for making grilled cheese sandwiches. Find the recipe from House of Nash Eats here.
3. Cranberry dark chocolate pecan rustic dutch oven bread
Who says bread has to be savoury? This recipe is sweet, delicious, and most importantly, crusty! Find the recipe from Fix Feast Flair here.
4. Italian herb asiago cheese no-knead bread
With only 5 ingredients and less than 10 minutes of prep time, this homemade bread could not be easier to whip up. Plus, it pairs perfectly with any of your favourite fall soups. Find the recipe from Plays Well With Butter here.
5. Dutch oven cinnamon raisin bread
Looking for a sweet bread recipe that only has 6 ingredients and takes less than 30 minutes to bake? Then this is your recipe! Find the recipe from A Simple Palate here.
6. Easy crusty asiago bread
If you’re the type of person who can never have enough cheese, you’ll love this crusty bread covered in asiago cheese. We’re drooling just thinking about it. Find the recipe from Life As A Strawberry here.
7. Cranberry honey walnut artisan bread
This n0-knead bread recipe is perfect for the upcoming holiday season! Find the recipe from The Busy Baker here.
8. Sun-dried tomato roasted garlic no-knead bread
We love the way the sun-dried tomatoes look in this loaf of bread. And we bet it tastes ever better! Find the recipe from Domestically Blissful here.