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Holiday Breads

Hi people, I have been baking a few Holiday Breads here, just sharing the images, they all turned out really good. I am taking these to office and my team loved them all.


Let me know what you think of these.


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Never heard of a kringle before. Looks very nice.'s picture

isand66's picture

Looking good!'s picture

These are 375gms 3.5”x5.5” stolen mainly to send as gifts to people and to sell.'s picture

Ready to go!! Cute gifts!

dabrownman's picture

Thanks to your fine baking - Well done and

Happy baking

Floydm's picture

Very nice!

nmygarden's picture

How thoughtful and delicious! Happy Holidays, Farah!


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Apple Betty

These look very good and your team is very lucky to sample these treats.  Happy Holidays!

clazar123's picture

I did a google search and I am in love with the concept! So simple and beautiful! The recipes I found do NOT mention cardamom but I think it would be a wonderful addition.

Here is a good site:'s picture

Hi, thanks for appreciating, I have used the Brioche recipe from the Artisan Bread in 5 Minute new edition. Here is the complete guideline as to how to make them. However the authors presented it as Wreathe bread whereas  this shape is traditional Danish and Scandinavian Kringle.


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They look so good, I would even eat the bows!'s picture

Here goes Artos the Greek Celebration Bread recipe from BBA by Peter Reinhart. I have added figs, toasted walnuts, and mixed currants in the Artos dough and braided it. The finished dough is glazed with melted sugar and orange extract.

nmygarden's picture

Any of these would make a wonderful gift. It's so true that we eat first with our eyes.

Happy Holidays!