Twin Loaves


Clearly they are fraternal twins!  In a change up from sesame buns and a pizza, yesterday’s bread machine effort provided me with enough dough to make both of these gourmet loaves. 

Top to bottom:

Poppy seed with a generous swirl of smoked Gouda cheese. 

Cinnamon swirl with raw sugar crystals on top.  They were great, but overnight, the moisture from the bread itself caused the little granules to melt. 

Happily these are made from half whole wheat and half all purpose flour, so we can pretend that they are actually healthy!

About judilyn

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12 Responses to Twin Loaves

  1. Kit says:

    Loafing around again, eh?

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  2. Kim says:

    Fraternal twins. Ha! I’m sure the smoked gouda was heavenly.

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  3. Such lovely looking loaves. Love both twins! 🙂


  4. bjdewell says:

    Those look great. I used to have a bread machine and loved it. I like the idea of the cheese – I’ll bet that would be even better toasted. 🙂


    • judilyn says:

      Oh, yes! It would be heavenly toasted up in your cute little toaster oven. The hardness of the cheese means the bread can toast a bit without having the cheese melt all over the appliance. I couldn’t get along without the bread machine. I’ve gotten too lazy to do it by hand any more. I use it just to make dough – not so keen on a loaf that is baked directly in the machine. As such, just about any bread machine will do to make dough. The more expensive ones do a better job of baking. I’m thinking of getting a much smaller machine to carry in the motorhome, as the giant one I use at home is really pretty large for just making dough.


  5. LFFL says:

    Oooooooooooo make me one of those, Judilyn!

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