Jan 3, 2017

Bread Box Round Up for January 2017

Welcome to The Bread Box Round Up, a monthly collection of wonderful loaves, rolls, and flatbreads from food bloggers who bake bread! If you'd like your bread featured next month, see the instructions at the end of this post. 

To kick off the new year, we have 8 amazing looking breads for the Bread Box Round Up. Here they are!

Sourdough Beet Challah and Multicolor Monkey Bread from Flour.ish.en Test Kitchen. Both of these breads are gorgeous and amazingly colorful.

Bread Box Round Up for January 2017 - 8 amazing breads

Wholegrain Spelt Bread with Flax and Sesame Seeds from Leelalicious. This is a gorgeous loaf of bread.

Bread Box Round Up for January 2017 - 8 amazing breads


Homemade French Brioche from Happy Kitchen.Rocks. Making brioche has never looked so easy.

Bread Box Round Up for January 2017 - 8 amazing breads


Roasted BBQ Buns from BBQ Bastard. These buns are roasted on the barbecue! How cool is that?

Bread Box Round Up for January 2017 - 8 amazing breads

Thick Fluffy Tortillas from Elephantastic Vegan. Tortillas with yeast!

Bread Box Round Up for January 2017 - 8 amazing breads

Sweet Potato Rolls from Num's the Word. They look delicious and I love the color!

Bread Box Round Up for January 2017 - 8 amazing breads

Butter Naan, ad traditional Indian flatbread, on a Tawa from Homemade Recipes. There are some wonderful instructive step-by-step photos in this post too.

Bread Box Round Up for January 2017 - 8 amazing breads

Tangzhong Chocolate Swirl Buns from Domestic Gothess. If you haven't tried the Tangzhong method yet, you definitely should consider giving it a try.

Bread Box Round Up for January 2017 - 8 amazing breads

Join the monthly roundup!
  1. Bake with yeast or sourdough and write a post about it (the post must be recent and not have appeared in prior Bread Box Roundups). 
  2. Include a recipe and photo in your blog post. 
  3. Send a link to your post to breadboxroundup@outlook.com. 
Each month, around the first, I will post a photo of your bread and a link to your post. My next post will go live on or around February 1.

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