Tribes - A - Dozen sent me three all natural, kosher, egg bread mixes to review. Guess what, you may enter to win three boxes of bread mix too! I love their easy prep, less mess, no stress approach to great homemade bread. They sent me their Traditional, Wholey Wheat, and Simply Spelt varieties. Today I baked up the Simply Spelt to share with you all. Every one of their mixes is made with love, in an environmentally friendly facility. Weather you spell it Challah or Hallah, it's referring to a classic egg and yeast bread, traditionally braided before being baked.
Challah bread is typically made in honor of the Jewish Sabbath. The kind of bread our grandmother's made, with the crispy crust, and chewy middle, that make the entire house smell amazing. Yes the kind of bread that makes your soul feel warm and cozy. Tribes - A - Dozen's bread mixes keep tradition in mind, however I gave it a little twist today. I decided to bake my Challah bread in a bundt pan, and dropped the dough in balls, making it a pull apart bread. Instead of topping with seeds, I topped it with a little brown sugar, pumpkin pie spice, and honey, because I was in the mood for something a little sweet.
Note: I used 1 tsp pumpkin pie spice, and 2 tsp brown sugar instead of seeds
I served our yummy bread on my Temptations cookware.
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Disclosure: Although I received free product to review, I was not compensated in any other form for this review. 100% of the opinions are mine.