This Sweet Nut Holiday Bread Wreath makes a beautiful addition to your holiday table or a heartfelt gift for special family or friends.
I can’t believe that we are looking at another new year. I can remember making my New Year’s goals and one of the biggest on my list was to push myself to learn some new cooking techniques, particularly baking bread. When this month’s Bread Bakers theme was sweet bread requiring yeast, I knew I wanted to make a Sweet Nut Holiday Bread Wreath!
This month’s BreaBakers host blog is: Food Lust People Love, http://
Ever since I made my Apple Spiced Star Bread for our October challenge I’ve wanted to do another shaped bread. I loved the idea of doing a Christmas wreath shape but couldn’t decide what to fill it with. When I was doing my holiday baking, including my Holiday Nut Rolls I knew that nut filling would be delicious.
This bread is so good and would be perfect for Christmas morning. Especially since it can be baked up to two days ahead of time!
Don’t have time to make it now? Pin it for later!
Now take a look at some other bread recipes perfect for the Holidays!
- American-Style Panettone from Passion Kneaded
- Beehive Bread from Sara’s Tasty Buds
- Candied Fruit Sweet Rolls from Cindy’s Recipes and Writings
- Chestnut Roll Wreath from Food Above Gold
- Chocolate Cherry Brioche Buns from Baking Sense
- Chocolate Swirl Babka from Cook’s Hideout
- Cranberry Sweet Rolls from Food Lust People Love
- Estonian Kringle from I Camp in my Kitchen
- Finnish Nissua Bread from Gayathri’s Cook Spot
- Fruit & Nut Sourdough from What Smells So Good?
- Ginger Orange Stollen from SpiceRoots
- Holiday Wreath with Sweet Nut Filling from Hostess At Heart
- Kugelhopf from Ambrosia
- Marzipan Stollen from Palatable Pastime
- St. Lucia Buns from Karen’s Kitchen Stories
- Stollen Bread from Sneha’s Recipe
- Sweet Milk Dinner Rolls from A Day in the Life on the Farm/
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