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Baklava Pull Apart Bread

Baklava Pull Apart Bread

It’s hard to beat a pull-apart loaf when you need a quick and easy brunch option. The loaves start with store-bought buttermilk biscuits, which are sliced into thin layers and stacked together with tasty fillins to form a sweet, sticky, fun-to-eat breakfast dish! You could make buttermilk biscuits from scratch, but part of the fun of this dish is how simple it is to make ... Read More »

Baklava Bites

Baklava Bites, innards

Baklava is a middle eastern pastry that is made with layers of filo dough, filled with chopped nuts and sweetened – or perhaps I should say drenched – with honey. The flavors are great, but it can be messy to eat, as your fingers inevitably get very sticky. That said, I still like to serve it around the holidays because it’s got a very unusual ... Read More »

Baklava Loaf

baklava loaf

Are you a baklava fan? Unless you really dislike honey or nuts, there isn’t much in the flavor profile of the flaky, Middle-eastern pastry to object to. That being said, it is surprisingly difficult to find a good baklava. Far too many are too soggy, too mushy, too nutty¬†or too sweet. As an alternative, I recently tried out this recipe for a Baklava loaf, which ... Read More »

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