Wednesday, 9 March 2011

I was waiting....

....until I had something UHMAZING to post. And here it is, courtesy of joythebaker, one of my all time favourite bloggers. Cinnamon-sugar-pull-apart-bread. Go there. Go there now! 

No, I didn't tweak the recipe. Look at Joy's pictures and you won't blame me. Not one bit. I wanted my first attempt to taste just like Joy's.

And Bike Boy approved wholeheartedly. Oh yes - there were big smiles all round, and he declared that it must have been a Swedish recipe! Praise indeed.

But perhaps I'll be tempted to substitute in some vanilla sugar, or maybe infuse the warming milk with a little cardamom, or saffron, to Swede-it-up a little more next time. Or the time after that. Or after that. I have a feeling there will be plenty of repeats. 


14 comments:

  1. Well worth the wait! This looks delicious, more please!

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  2. Thanks Cheryl and Adam. Will definately be posting more like this!

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  3. yummy! this does look really good...

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  4. This looks lovely, and I can only imagine how incredible it must smell baking in the oven. Yum! Thank you for the friend request on Foodbuzz. It's a pleasure to meet you.

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  5. This looks very cool! Excited to meet you on Foodbuzz. xo from Idaho, Shannon
    www.livingwithumami.com

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  6. Weird. My Google registered my husband's name. Sorry bout that.

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  7. Thanks Rachel! And no problem, Shannon. :-)

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  8. Oh, yummy! I made an orange version, but I know my kids would like this even better!

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  9. That looks fantastic! I think cardamom would be a most lovely addition :)

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  10. Grattis till din blogg. Kommer att läsa den varje vecka.
    Den här bloggen läser jag ofta http://copparules.wordpress.com/

    /Hasse

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  11. hi, thank you for kind comments on my blog, I found your blog through them :) I'm looking forward to following you and this bread is delicious!

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  12. Hi Tamara - yes - was challenging at first but google translate does a pretty good job on most of it, and your photos are lovely!

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  13. Hi Ruth,
    glad you like my blog. I'm always happy to hear that :).
    I baked that bread, too, some days after I read about it on Joy. It was delicious. But if you're loving things like that, try the coffee cake, which I posted last month about. That was even better! It was so good I made two in a row.

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  14. This looks amazing, I need to try this recipe asap!

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