Thanksgiving Breadbasket Recipes: Cornbread, Rolls and Biscuits Galore

Bread is best baked fresh. Pass a breadbasket around your Thanksgiving table loaded with fresh-from-the-oven cornbread, biscuits and more.
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Bobby's Parker House Rolls

Parker House Rolls; Bobby Flay

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A good breadbasket is a necessity on any Thanksgiving table. A warm, fluffy roll sops up the last gravy, cranberry sauce and potatoes on a plate better than any utensil ever could, and there's nothing better for piling on leftovers than a fresh slice  especially when the bread is homemade. This year, fill up your Thanksgiving Breadbasket with cornbread, biscuits, rolls and more from your very own oven.

Yeasty and slightly sweet,  Bo bby Flay's Parker House Rolls (pictured above) become even more irresistible when brushed with melted butter after leaving the oven. Slice a roll open and stack with all the Thanksgiving fixings for a plush, festive slider.

Sweet Skillet Cornbread


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Baked with a touch of honey, Food Network Magazine's moist  Sweet Skillet Cornbread is best served by the slice straight from the cast-iron skillet.

Cranberry Orange Quickbread

Cranberry Orange Quickbread; Anne Burrell

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Tara Donne

If the cranberry sauce on your table isn't enough to satisfying your tart-meets-sweet cravings, bake a loaf of  Anne Burrell's Cranberry Orange Quick Bread. It's studded with dried cranberries and imbued with orange sections, juice and zest.

Harvest Focaccia


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Topped with raisins, grapes and walnuts,  Harvest Focaccia has fall flavor baked right in. Fix it a week before and simply reheat in the oven before serving.


Ree Drummond's Buscuits for Kidswap Sleepover as seen on Food Network's The Pioneer Woman

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Bake The Pioneer Woman's classic, buttery  Biscuits in a cast-iron skillet until golden brown  and slather with butter if you're feeling especially thankful.

Pumpkin-Parmesan Biscuits


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With the sweetness of pure pumpkin and a bite of Parmesan, Food Network Magazine's Pumpkin-Parmesan Biscuits are a true Thanksgiving lifesaver. You can make the dough up to a month ahead and freeze it for easy baking.

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