It’s been quite some time since I last wrote a Baking My Way Through Baked post. Until recently, I haven’t done much baking. Honestly, I’ve done absolutely no baking until about two months ago. So, now I’m back into baking mode and jumping back into one of my favorite cookbooks.
Step 1: Buy this book! Seriously. Baked is really one of my favorite cookbooks. Even when I’m not planning on baking something, I love just looking at the pictures. I have yet to purchase the second and third cookbooks by these guys but I’m just going to assume that they are equally full of deliciousness.
The next recipe that I tried was the pumpkin chocolate chip loaf. Since December, I’ve already made the recipe twice. This is one of my new fave breakfast bread recipes. There aren’t a lot of ingredients. It makes two loaves. And you don’t have to dirty up a lot of dishes to make it (just two large bowls and your measuring utensils). That may actually be my favorite reason since we do not have a dishwasher.
The bread is not too sweet and stays nice and soft. There is a really great crust on the outside. Yep. It’s good.