12 December, 2014

Christmas Baking Is Almost Finished!

 The second loaf of almond bread I added 
some dried cranberries. They tasted lovely and 
made the slices just a little chewy.
 Making the third loaf, I cracked an egg and 
it was a double yolker.
 Not to be outdone, the fourth loaf had one too!
 Two batches each of Anzacs and Choc Chip biscuits. 
I made another loaf of each kind of almond bread.
Just need to slice the two extra almond breads 
and do the second baking of them.
Packed away ready to be bagged and given out.

You can find the Almond Bread recipe I use here.
I added about 1/2 cup of cranberries.

12 comments:

Karen S said...

Wow, you have been incredibly busy. Everything is looking wonderful.

Michelle Ridgway said...

I could almost smell all that beautiful baking....love the time too!

Peg - Happy In Quilting said...

Wow...they all look so good.....

shez said...

Wow Christine that's a lot of baking you have been doing,and I know first hand how yummy that biscotti is,what wonderful gifts to hand out.xx. Ps Christine your word verification has come back on.xx

Maria said...

Oh yum!!! I am coming to your place.....

Sandra said can you send me the recipe please XXXX

Dasha said...

The biggest thing I miss about being on a Gluten Free diet is the baking. Somehow nothing turns out quite right with GF flour, so mostly these days I don't bother any more :-(

Cheryl said...

Ooh yummy Christine - looks divine

Jo said...

Love that biscotti. Hapmemade stuff is the best

Anita : Shabby Quilt said...

You have been busy. Looks great.

Helen said...

Yummie looks wonderful so much baking !!!

Fiona said...

oh my thats a lot of baking.... looks wonderful...
Hugz

Heirlooms by Ashton House said...

Everything looks scrumptious, Christine. And the tins are a lovely way to package them. Wish I'd been there to taste them!