The longest name in the history of bread pudding! A recipe with all the the warm, aromatic flavors of french toast like cinnamon, vanilla and nutmeg. But it doesn’t stop there…What makes it extra special are the cinnamon raisin bagels.
Italian Easter bread is a tradition in my house. The bread is made of a yeasted sweet dough with colored eggs nestled inside a circular two-rope braid. Almost as eagerly anticipated as the coveted candy-filled basket, we would eat slices of it smeared with salty butter followed by the baked eggs. It was an Easter morning ritual that I still love to this day.
The possibilities for this versatile yeast dough flatbread are endless! Thin like a cracker or thick and soft for dipping; long or round; plain or with a sprinkle of fresh herbs, sea salt and Parmesan; scattered with crumbled cheese and sliced vegetables; whatever flavors are calling to you. You can even make pizzas out of them!
This chocolate sour cream bread comes courtesy of my favorite bear in the whole wide world! Winnie-the-Pooh Bear! Who would of thought that silly old bear could remove his hand head from the hunny pot long enough to bake?! No less write a cookbook!? I’m glad because this is one of the most delicious breads to ever cross my lips.