Challah contains more sugar and eggs than traditional yeast breads. These easy challah recipes present a handful of twists, from traditional braided loaves to variations laced with cinnamon or orange zest.
Serving this rich yeast bread is a Hanukkah tradition. Shape the dough into a Star of David or a braid for a classic look.
Challah, a sweet egg bread, makes wonderful French toast, especially when it's filled with cinnamon-spiced cream cheese. Enjoy this recipe for breakfast or brunch.
This grilled dessert bread is filled with chopped chocolate. Serve it alone or with fresh fruit.
Choose a sweet, rich yeast bread for this blueberry dessert. Cinnamon and nutmeg give a sweet spiciness to the egg custard that envelopes the bread and berries.
Ricotta cheese, sour cream, and lemon zest add a new spin on this classic dessert recipe that you can make easily in your slow cooker.
This braided bread recipe calls for margarine rather than butter so the challah (KHAH-lah) will be kosher for Jewish Hanukkah celebrations.
This chocolate bread casserole could be served at breakfast or for dessert.
A sweet challah (HAH-luh) is often included in celebrations of Jewish holidays that fall on a Sabbath as a symbolic way of ensuring a sweet year. Dates, nuts, and orange peel add just the right twist for this traditional braided bread.
Try this yummy sandwich recipe of eggs, smoked bacon, cucumber, and basil that can be prepared in less than 30 minutes.
Prepare this slow cooker French toast dish the evening before you plan to cook it, then chill in the refrigerator overnight to allow the flavors to meld.
Whether you use it for sandwiches, breakfast toast, or as a serve-along for soups, this whole wheat version of challah is delightful.