Here is my try with the Cinnamon Raisin Walnut Bread
recipe from the Bread Baker's Apprentice book~!
I used my Nesco Oven that use to be my Mom's because it was so very
hot here. I put it on my porch.
It runs a tad hot so they came out a tad too brown in my opinion. The rolls were
200° and the bread 205°.
I will bake at 325° from now on. :)
DO YOU SEE MY "S"?
Yes, I would make this again. :o)
Wow, you are way ahead of me... loved the S on your breads, would fit me quite well too ;-)
:) Thanks. Yes, you could be an "S" girl too.
Looks yummy! I can't wait to make it. :-)ReplyDelete
Thanks! It is very ymmy. I will be making this again for sure. :)
Yes I can see the S.:)ReplyDelete
I will bake this tomorrow for Sunday breakfast, can't wait to take a bite of it, looks yummy.
Have fun! I loved the taste of this one. :)
You make and I will eat it again. That was a good one.ReplyDelete
Thanks! I like to bake and it is nice to have someone to eat it.
Love your bread and your cinnamon/sugar coated "S!"ReplyDelete
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I'll take a look at your blog again to see what's up. I must have missed it.
I can't wait to make this. It looks delicious. YUM!ReplyDelete
You will love it. SO very yummy. Next time I'm going to spread butter on before I add the cinnamon sugar. :)
The cinnamon bread looks yummy! I love how you put an S on all of your breads...very creative! I'm looking forward to making this bread as well. What about the cinnamon rolls - Day 8?ReplyDelete
I did #8 out of order so it is before the ciabatta.
OH MY...your Cinnamon Raisin bread looks just delicious! Can't wait to try this one.ReplyDelete
THanks! It is a very tasty loaf for sure. :)
Mmm, another one that I'm really looking forward to. I love cinnamon and raisins. And even better with the cinnamon sugar on top.ReplyDelete