Monday, December 27, 2010

Daring Bakers: Christmas Stollen

This month's challenge was hosted by Penny over at Sweet Sadie's Baking. She chose Christmas Stollen as this month's recipe. I've never even tried stollen, so I was excited to try making it. When I looked over the recipe, it reminded me of a fruit cake in bread form. I'm not much a fan of the whole fruit and nut combo, so I chose to use dried cranberries and no nuts instead. I love the wreath-shaped look of stollen, but had a little trouble shaping it at first. Mine didn't turn out perfect, but it was still tasty.  Actually, my dad loved it, and even before I put the powdered sugar layer on he had already eaten some!




Recipe over at Sweet Sadie's Baking

2 comments:

  1. Your stollen looks delicious! I chose to use dried cranberries too, but I added candied orange peels because my mother loves them.

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  2. Your stollen is beautiful! I also replaces the raisins with dried cranberries, and my mother loved it!

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