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Sunday, April 13, 2014

Easy No Kneading Sweet Challah Bread Recipe And Giveaway


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.



Easy No Kneading Challah Bread With Pumpkin Pie Spice, Brown Sugar, N' Honey
Makes 10 Servings

Ingredients:

1 box of Tribes - A - Dozen  Voila! Hallah Simply Spelt Bread Mix
1/2 cup of warm water
1 large egg, plus 1 yolk (room temperature) 
Note: I used  instead, 1/4 cup of cholesterol free egg product, plus 1/8 cup more 
3 Tbs of Vegetable Oil ( I used and prefer Canola Oil)
2 Tbs Honey
Optional Topping : 1 Tbs Sesame or Poppy Seeds
Note:  I used 1 tsp pumpkin pie spice, and 2 tsp brown sugar instead of seeds

Directions: 

I followed the easy no knead directions on the box of bread mix, however I made a few changes to my ingredients. I used cholesterol free egg product, because it's what I had on hand. I always use canola oil, instead of vegetable oil, for health reasons. When it calls for greasing bowl, I used a non stick butter flavored spray. Instead of braiding bread, I dropped it in rounded tablespoons into a bundt pan.  I also skipped the egg wash prior to baking, and simply sprayed top of dough with my non stick butter flavored spray, before sprinkling it with brown sugar and pumpkin pie spice.  Before serving, I drizzled the bread with just a bit more honey! It will easily pull apart for serving.


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.

24 comments:

  1. I haven't tried this kind of bread mix yet..sounds yummy!

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  2. No, I've never tried or heard of this bread before.

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  3. I haven't tried this brand before, but we love some bread and the easier the better :-) Love your take on it...looks delish!

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  4. Oh gosh, I love this bread...thanks for sharing! I'm also smitten with the gorgeous mug and plate...I'm loving it!!! Thank you for dropping by sweetie.
    Have a lovely Easter week ahead.
    FABBY

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  5. I have never tried Tribes - A - Dozen bread before!

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  6. I have heard of it and keep watching for it at our local walmart. Sounds pretty neat.

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  7. Oh my goodness, this sounds delicious. I would love for you to link up to my Inspire Me party that just started. http://www.astrollthrulife.net/2014/04/211th-inspire-me-tuesday.html Hope to see you there.

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  8. I love challah! And didn't know there was such a thing as no-knead challah. Yay!

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  9. Looks so good. Have a wonderful week. Blessings, Martha

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  10. Yum! The bread looks delicious. I used to make those braids from scratch; what a lot of work! But oh, so good! I like your cup and plate set. Thanks for sharing and joining me for tea. Happy Easter!

    Blessings,
    Sandi

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  11. I have never tried this bread mix before. I love the name though!

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  12. I have never had this brand of bread mix before. I use to find Challah at a local bakery when I lived in a larger city. Nothing like it here either.

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  13. The bread looks yummy, I've only ever bought Challah from a bakery.

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  14. I love challah and this looks so tasty - I will have to pick up this bread mix- Thanks for sharing; [Stopping by from the Wake Up Wednesday Linkup].

    Simmy - www.raindropsrosesblog.com

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  15. I havent tried yet, but want to.

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  16. I haven't tried them yet, but would like to.
    prettishi at yahoo dot com

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  17. I haven't even heard of them, but I'd love to give them a try!

    coriwestphal at msn dot com

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  18. I have not tried them but would love to.

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  19. I haven't tried this bread yet, but would like to!

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  20. I use a lot of boxed bread mixes but I have not tried Tribes. I really want to now after reading the Easy No Kneading Challah Bread With Pumpkin Pie Spice, Brown Sugar, N' Honey recipe. It sounds and looks so good! It kind of reminds me of money bread bur kicked up several notches.

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  21. I have not tried this brand before but I have made Challah bread many times before.
    Laurie Emerson
    lauraemerson17 at yahoo dot com

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