Switzerland has more than 200 different types of bread! There are so many regional breads for you to discover. Many of these breads also have a fascinating history.
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1. Weggli are little milk buns from Switzerland that are especially popular with children.
A braided loaf of Zopf is popular throughout Switzerland, especially on Sunday mornings.
As the cantonal bread for Fribourg, Pain Fribourgeois is also called Senler Rua-Brot and Freiburgerbrot.
Similar to Zopf, Pain de Pâques is an Easter bread from the canton of Neuchâtel.
A hearty Swiss bread, also known as Pain Paysan, contains rye flour and milk.
A sourdough bread from the Swiss canton of Ticino has an open texture.
These little sweet buns, studded with raisins and sprinkled with pearl sugar, come from Graubünden.