We’ve always had a thing about cinnamon rolls. I can’t explain what it is. Maybe it’s the warm, sweet and inviting aroma of cinnamon? Maybe it’s the soft and delicious bread or maybe it’s the combination of both!
The only issue is that the cinnamon rolls you can usually buy, are packed full of saturated fats and all sorts of nasties. A classic cinnabon roll is 813 calories, total fat 32 g, 8 g saturated fat and 55 g sugars. They make me sick thinking about them! Continue reading
Challah (pronounced “haa-laa”) is a traditional Jewish bread, made with eggs, flour, yeast and water.
I’ve never been particularly fond of challah. I guess it’s because I have images of those rock-hard challah loaves that are sold in supermarkets (grocery stores), which have a shelf life of 1+ months … eek! We’ve even bought freshly baked (from scratch) challah from a bakery in West Seattle, but again I wasn’t overly impressed.
The only reason I chose a challah recipe this week, was because it looked pretty. There, I said it! Continue reading