The Best Challah Recipe Is Stuffed with Apples
Rosie Daykin, author ofButter Celebrates!, wondered what would happen if she melded the basics of a butter cinnamon bun and challah bread. “Oh, believe me, people... good things happened,” she says. “This bread is wonderful warm from the oven or lightly toasted with butter, but in French toast it has found its true calling.” It’s perfect for apple-picking season, when the harvest is sweet and crisp and you inevitably return from the orchard with bags and bags filled with apples, but this challah recipe should be in your baking rotation year-round. Apple challah can be kept well-wrapped or in an airtight container for several days. The taste even improves over time, making it ideal for toasting and dipping in honey, or even making the best bread pudding ever. Apple Stuffed ChallahIngredientsExcerpted from Butter Celebrates! by Rosie Daykin. Copyright © 2016 by Random House. Excerpted by permission of Alfred A. Knopf, a division of Random House LLC. All rights reserved.