This braided date bread is quick and easy to make which makes it a great choice for when you are tight on time and can’t make individual pastries. The fact that this bread is stuffed makes it versatile. Depending on the stuffing it can make for a great lunch, dessert or sliced up it can be a wonderful appetizer for a party. It is faster and easier than making individualized portions and the best part is: the possibilities for the stuffing are endless. To get your creative juices running here are a few stuffing suggestions
Triple cheese stuffed bread: combine cheddar, Colby and Monterey Jack.
Mediterranean cheese: Feta, cheddar and Halloumi cheese with mint
Want a vegetarian version: try spinach and sautéed onions
Feeling like something sweet: some softened butter and cinnamon
Not into too much butter but still into something sweet: try stuffing it with date paste with cinnamon and cardamom
It is my pleasure to be a guest at Jenni’s blog (the gingered whisk) today. I came to know Jenni through the daring kitchen.She hosted a few amazing challenges like povitica and homemade sausages. She stood out as one of those people who are extra nice and helpful. She always has something sweet and supportive to say. Her passion shines through every challenge. Jenni is also the co-founder of sourdough surprises, a group where anyone who is in love with sourdough can join in for a monthly challenge to use your sourdough starter in new and creative ways
Jenni just had a precious baby girl and she asked me to write a guest post for her blog while she takes some time off. I couldn’t be happier to help. Since Jenni shares my passion for baking I thought I would share a bread recipe.
To get the recipe, please head over to Jenni’s blog and please don’t forget to congratulate her on the arrival of her sweet baby girl.