Wednesday, October 8, 2014

Cinnamon-Apple Twist Bread

This month's Avid Baker's Challenge is the Cinnamon Apple Twist Bread by King Arthur Flour.
A great time for cinnamon apple bread!

A really silky dough!

Lots to set up!

Dough went into fridge overnight. 

Some of my handy gadgets--My coveted (but no longer made) Daisy electric peeler, mandolin (with grater) and box grater.  I liked the box grater better than the mandolin.

Weighing the dough before dividing for loaves

Letting the dough relax before rolling it out more.

Adding Vietnamese cinnamon and sugar mixture!

They rose nicely


If you would like to make this bread, the recipe can be found here:
King Arthur Flour's recipe for Cinnamon-Apple Twist Bread

If you would like to join the Avid Baker's Challenge in our monthly challenge, click on this link:
 Avid Bakers Challenge   You will  be trying new recipes and techniques monthly.  Fun discussing them with the others in the group!


  1. Replies
    1. Thanks, Karen! Wish they made more blades for it, since it has been discontinued. I find the peeler on ebay, but no blades!

  2. The big round loaf was a nice idea. I can't remember, did you like how they tasted? (Is that an egg sitting in a bowl of water? What's it doing there?)

    1. Thanks, Dos Gatos!
      They were good tasting.

      HA, Ha about the egg. I put it in a bowl so it wouldn't roll away. I don't remember why it was out. Maybe for the next recipe.

  3. Good to see all the gadgets that went into making your bread. I'm also keen on using the right tools for the job.

    1. Thank you flour.ish.en

      I agree about the right tools for the job. Makes it so much easier!

  4. Looks nice! Did you like it, though?

    1. Thanks, Karin.

      Yes, it was a tasty bread. I put it in a freezer to use later on, just enjoyed it.

  5. Beautiful golden brown color on your loaves! And I love your cool gadgets, especially the electric peeler.

    1. Thank you so much, Hanaa! Thank you for this great assignment.

  6. It looks like you had fun making these and they look great.