We absolutely love danish for breakfast or tea (or most other times of the day). What we love more is challah danish so this time we used large pieces of ripe peach to fill them. As soon as they came out of the oven we drizzled them with icing sugar and ate them warm. Super … More Adventure 71: Peach Challah Danish
We were delighted when a friend asked if we could make a special challah for her son, Leo’s, Barmitzvah. As part of the celebrations, they were going to have a Barmitzvah breakfast on the Friday morning and she thought it might be nice to have breakfast challah for her guests. She asked if we could … More Adventure 70: LEO Barmitzvah Challah
We were thrilled to be spending some time in East Cork during the elderflower season. We decided to have a go at making our own elderflower cordial since we absolutely adore the flavour of elderflower. We picked a good bunch of elderflowers which were growing happily in the hedgerow and were overwhelmed by their enchanting … More Adventure 69: Elderflower Challah
We decided to make an elegant Challah hat when #challahgirl was Shabbat Imma and asked to wear a hat of her own for the occasion (she’s 2!). Here is our hat made entirely of Challah and resting on one of our hat boxes!
It’s wild garlic season and we were delighted to find it growing in East Cork last bank holiday weekend. There was wild garlic in the woods, in gardens and even by the roadside. We picked some large bunches of wild garlic flowers and leaves and took them home to make wild garlic pesto. We then … More Adventure 67: Wild Garlic Challah
We were so thrilled to make a challah inspired by one of our favourite PJ Library books! Here’s our #challahmummyhowto!
Here’s our #challahmummyhowto for this delicious apple and cinnamon star challah. Roll out three circles of dough and then layer them up on top of each other with apple purée and cinnamon inside each layer. Then cut and twist and shown in the photo, bake and enjoy!