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Rainbow Challah Bread

Rainbow Challah Bread - so colorful and a great idea to make with kids! Maybe make in uno colors for sandwiches?

Rainbow Challah Bread

Rainbow Challah Bread

This Rainbow Challah recipe is perfect for Gay Pride or happy themed parties! Plus, step-by-step instructions on how to braid a challah.

How to make pink bread

Colored Bread

Coloring bread is a great way to have more fun in the kitchen. This rainbow bread is especially exciting for kids. You will love seeing their faces when you cut a slice of colored bread and they get to see all of the colors swirled together.

Let's Bake Challah App

Let's Bake Challah! A Jewish Baking App on the App Store

Six Strand Challah Braid Tutorial (including video)!

Six Strand Challah Braid Tutorial - love the different color strands! I might be able to use the braid technique for roving.

Do you love King’s Hawaiian Bread? Then treat yourself to the irresistible taste of this homemade recipe because once you try it you’ll never go back to the store-bought brand again! Before gaining widespread popularity in the U.S. it was a special treat during summers when I traveled to Hawaii as a kid. The sweet …

The King’s Hawaiian Dinner Rolls Recipe That’s So Irresistible

Homemade King's Hawaiian Bread ~ makes 3 loaves or 24 large rolls cups all-purpose flour 3 eggs 1 cups pineapple juice cup sugar 2 teaspoons salt teaspoon ground ginger 1 teaspoon vanilla 2 ounce) envelopes yeast cup butter (one stick) melted


Challah: How to Braid Bread Pavlova Sundays

This was a very messy endeavor but was wroth it.

Rainbow Challah looks like a fun and yummy activity!

Everything you need to know to make beautiful round challah for the holidays.

Round Challah for Rosh Hashana

Round challah (airy, eggy, braided bread) is served on Rosh Hashana, the Jewish new year, to symbolize the cycle of life. I baked round challah for the fir.

طريقة عمل معجنات جدلة

challah braid - the way I learned. easy to get confused!