Saturday, January 16, 2010

Sweets for my Sweets


This morning's menu featured Raspberry Cream Cheese Braid. It almost didn't make it to the breakfast table since I had several people feeling a might bit peckish late last night when it emerged from the oven.


There were no late-comers to the breakfast table this morning, and it's no wonder!

14 comments:

Autumn said...

It was wonderful! Thanks for making it Mom!

Jodi said...

Mmm - yummy! We love all things raspberry around here.

Sisters said...

That looks so good!

jAne said...

Mmmmmmmmmm. and mmmm.

jAne * tickleberryfarm.blogspot.com

Susan said...

Your products always look so good!!!
Susan

Jordin said...

Yum! These look GREAT! I don't think I could've waited until breakfast...

Short Stop said...

This looks absolutely divine!

Mimi said...

well, it's 5:45 PM so I am sure it is all gone by now... please call me when you make another one and I'll see if I can fly up for a bite!!!
it really looked good....

Rachel said...

Oh my...that looks lovely (and I bet it tastes just as wonderful)...

Are you, by some chance, going to be posting a recipe sometime soon??? (I already looked, lol). Pretty please?

Tracy said...

Rachel,
The recipe for this particular sweet bread can be found in the King Arthur Flour Baker's Companion. I don't post recipes online unless I have express permission, or they are my own. I have this book checked out of our local library; maybe yours has it too!

Mrs.Rabe said...

Delightful!

We are going to try the homemade poptarts tonight, so they will be ready for morning! I am excited as my little ones love these things...

Karen said...

Sounds wonderful and looks beautiful!

Thanks for sharing the recipe source.

Mrs. White said...

That looks so good!

Blessings
Mrs. White

sara said...

Thanks for this delicious idea!

You can find the recipe by going to the King Arthur site. :) I found it via google.