List of sweet breads
This is a list of sweet breads. Sweet bread, also referred to as pan dulce, buns or coffee bread, 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. 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.
- Babka 
- Banana bread
- Banbury cake
- Bara brith 
- Barmbrack 
- Bath bun 
- Belgian bun
- Boston bun
- Bremer Klaben 
- Buccellato (di Lucca)
- Cardamom bread
- Cemita 
- Chelsea bun 
- Cinnamon roll
- Cocktail bun
- Coffee cake 
- Colomba di Pasqua
- Colston bun
- Cougnou 
- Couque suisse
- Cozonac 
- Currant bun
- Danish pastry – in Denmark, these types of pastries are referred to as wiener-brød 
- Dripping cake
- Gata – Armenian pastry or sweet bread
- Gingerbread 
- Guernsey Gâche
- Gugelhupf 
- Kalács – Hungarian sweet bread
- King cake
- Kolach 
- Kołacz – dates to the start of the 13th century as a unique bread served at Polish weddings
- Pain aux raisins
- Pain d'épices
- Pan de coco
- Pan de muerto
- Pan de Pascua
- Pan dulce 
- Pandoro 
- Panettone 
- Paris buns
- Pastel de Camiguín
- Peanut butter bun
- Penia 
- Pineapple bun
- Portuguese sweet bread 
- Pulla 
- Pumpkin bread
- Saffron bun 
- Sally Lunn bun 
- Singing hinny
- Sticky bun
- Stollen – originally from Germany and traditionally served at Christmas
- Sweet roll
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