Wild Rice Bread, Four Recipes to Try

Posted: December 10, 2015


Here in Minnesota, it’s the season for snowy days, chilly weather, and curling up with a fuzzy blanket. It’s also a great time to do some baking!  These wild rice bread recipes are perfect for warming up the house.

Cranberry Wild Rice Bread–Served as French Toast: Made famous in Duluth, Minnesota, this Cranberry Wild Rice Bread can take some time but will be worth it in the end. Serving as French Toast with butter, powdered sugar and, of course, maple syrup on top makes a great way to start your day.

Cranberry Wild Rice Bread—Served Traditionally: Another recipe for Cranberry Wild Rice Bread, but this one’s a little different. This recipe is made a little quicker and served as bread instead of French Toast. Try toasting this bread and adding it to your favorite sandwich for the best results.

Whole Wheat Wild Rice Bread: With total preparation and cook time low, the nutty flavor and homemade feel make it the perfect bread recipe. This soft, homemade bread is made into a healthy treat and goes great with hearty winter soups, fresh sandwiches, and just about anything!

Three Grain Wild Rice Bread: Bread filled with honey, butter, and wild rice will put you right at ease. This one is a great recipe for a winter day and makes two loaves of bread.

For more wild rice recipes, check out our Pinterest page or browse our website. Enjoy!