Breakfast Club #5: Bread – The Round Up

Firstly apologies for this being so late, I had all manner of giveaways to run during December so am still playing blog catchup!

Secondly, a massive Thank You to Sarah @ MaisonCupcake’s talented husband for designing me the Breakfast Club logo!   Please feel free to use it in your Breakfast Club posts!

The theme for October and November was bread, I asked for homemade bread recipes, and ideas for things to put onto bread.

Akheela sent a lovely bread pudding that I would need no excuse to eat at breakfast time.

Janet made delicious Spanish baked eggs, on a red pepper ragout, all sitting on top of some baguette.

Megha whiped up a batch of fresh tahini to have on toast.  I do like her cheerful plates and mugs!

Tanvi made two lots of homemade bread. Firstly eggless and spicy mango bread, I love that it is almost fat free!

She also made a cross between a banana loaf and a pineapple upside down cake, also egg free which looks excellent!

Sarah made some sour cherry Chelsea buns, unwittingly following the months (then secret) Fresh From the Oven theme.

Cakes, Crumbs & Cooking made some lovely looking semi wholemeal cinnamon raisin bread.  I can imagine this hot from the oven dripping with melted butter.

Veena made a beautiful braided savoury bread.   I want some now for my supper, never mind waiting for breakfast.

Kavita sent some stuffed & fried bread rolls made from sliced bread, which I thought was a creative idea.

Thanks to all that took part, I made some quince jelly, and some pear and blackberry jam and have not yet blogged either.

The December theme is the morning after the night before, which I thought was appropriate for this time of year!

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About Helen

Helen Best-Shaw is a freelance food & writer, photographer who has been writing about achievable, affordable and mostly healthy food on Fuss Free Flavours since 2007. She also contributes articles, recipes and photos to a number of online and print food magazines. Please do contact me if you would like to discuss commissioning work.

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Comments

  1. delicious roundup food looks fabulous

  2. Brilliant round up – I think I would LOVE to eat bread pudding for breakfast.

  3. I love how varied the entries are. Yum! :)

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