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Bread Baking Day #54 - Overnight Pumpkin Seed Rolls

Bread Baking Day #54 (last day of submission December 1st, 2012) Wow! This has been such a log time since I've participated in BBD!

Surprisingly I am blogging on the last day of submission possible. No?! :o)

When I read what theme Stephanie of Hefe und mehr chose for this month's bbd I tought "Oh this is so perfect, I'd love to have a list with all new ideas for overnight breads which have become my favorite breads because they are so easy peasy and I love to have a fresh bread right off the oven for my weekend breakfasts.

I always keep a portion of Ilka's alround dough in my fridge for a handy and quick bake. You really should try that yourself!

Bread Baking Day #54
Ilka's Alround Dough residing in my fridge ;)

Then the days went by and I was really busy with lots of stuff... but since the weekend was nearing anyway and I needed to bake bread I remembered bbd and began to think of what to bake. Overnight brioches? Overnight Cinnamon Buns? Overnight Pull Apart Bread?

All of the above I make on a regular basis and love them! But I wanted something more healthy so I came up with these:

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Bread Baking Day #54 - Overnight Pumpkin Seed Rolls
Overnight Pumpkin Seed Rolls

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Overnight Pumpkin Seed Rolls

Bread Baking Day #54 - Overnight Pumpkin Seed Rolls

Preparation time: 20 minutes
Waiting time: 30 minutes + 1 night
Cooking time: 10 to 12 minutes

15 gr fresh yeast
250 ml milk
1 tablespoon olive oil (I used basil infused olive oil)
1 teaspoon salt
1 tablespoon sugar
300 gr spelt flour
100 gr millet flour
100 gr finely ground pumpkin seeds

The night before:

  • In a large bowl, combine yeast and cold milk until dissolved, then add oil, salt, sugar and flour gradually.
  • Knead about 5 to 10 minutes until you have a soft dough (Add flour if you see that your dough is too sticky)
  • Shape into a ball, put it in a bowl, cover with plastic wrap and let rise 30 minutes in a warm place.
  • Knead the dough again for 2 to 3 minutes. Form a roll and divide into 10 pieces.
  • Shape balls and place 10 balls of bread on a baking sheet lined with parchment paper, making sure to leave enough space between the balls.
  • Cover with a damp cloth and store overnight in the bottom of the fridge.

Have a nice rest and peaceful sleep!

The next morning:

  • Preheat oven to 225 ° C and remove the bread from the fridge.
  • Bake 10 to 12 minutes.
  • Remove from the oven, let cool down slightly and enjoy with your favorite breakfast treats!

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]Bread Baking Day #54 - Overnight Pumpkin Seed Rolls
Overnight Pumpkin Seed Rolls - they have a nice crumb and soft crust

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Astrid 01.12.2012, 14.30 | (5/0) Kommentare (RSS) | TB | PL

Bread Baking Day #48


Wow, now this month went by in a second it seems!

Thanks a lot for all that lovely breads you sent to me it's amazing and my ever growing list of "want to bake" has grown even longer while reading through all your gorgeous recipes!

Before we go on to the list of entries let me tell you that there is already a new theme announced. Manuela of  Carvo & Canela - Cooking in Brasil is the hostess of bbd #49 and she wants you to make pizzas!!  She says:

Set your imagination free and combine the Italian tradition whith thebest you can find in your own country and / or region for baking a delicious bread or  pizza.

But for now we are focussed on bread with eggs, right?

Are you ready? For lots of breads and eggs?

Here we go:

connie_mydiscoveryofbread Connie - My Discovery of Bread Challa with Ginger Syrup from Thailand via The Netherlands
aparna - Irish Soda Bread 1 Aparna - My Diverse Kitchen Spotted Dog - An Almost Irish Soda Bread   4from Goa, India
elle - eggnest Elle - Feeding My Enthusiasms Egg Nests from Northern California, USA
homemantra Home Mantra - Om Shanti Home Banana Walnut Bread from The United States
dewi - corona Dewi - elra's baking Corona Dulce from California - USA
roxana - chocolate-swirl-bread Heather - girlichef Meyer Lemon Curd Brioche Crescents from South Bend, IN.
heather recipe_image Roxanna - A little bit of everything Chocolate Swirl Bread from Virginia, US
sandylee Sandie - Crumbs Of Love Pizza Civitavecchia from Calgary
spelled easter wreath Sandra - From Snuggs Kitchen Spelled Easter Wreath from  Seeheim, Germany
judy bbd48b Judy - Judy's Gross Eats Golden Egg Bread with Dried Fruit from Ventura, California
manuela Manuela - Cravo e Canela - Uma Cozinha no Brasil Folar an Easter Sweet Bread from São Paulo Brasil
margaret Margaret - Tea and Scones Italian Easter Cheese Bread from Central Louisiana, USA
LienDoris Koplin's Sweet Challah (p.127) Lien - Notitie van Lien Sweet Challah from Netherlands
brioche al formaggio con sorpresa Cinzia - cindystar  cheese buns with surprise from garda lake, italy
zorra Zorra - 1x umrühren bitte aka kochtopf  Easter Swirl Buns with Egg Liqueur from Andalucia, Spain
Thank you once again for all those lovely bread recipes! 

If you sent in your bread and do not see it listed here please let me know in the comments your email might have gotten lost - I will contact you for your details and add your entry as soon as possible! To all those who are celebrating:

Happy Easter!

Astrid 05.04.2012, 18.01 | (8/0) Kommentare (RSS) | TB | PL

Announcing Bread Baking Day #48 - Bread with Eggs


I am happy to announce that Zorra - the Queen of bread baking day, who founded this great event, asked me to host a bbd again.

Long time ago when this very successful event was still in it's baby shoes I already hosted a bbd - the round up resulted in lots of lovely breads with oat. Back then I was more faithful to this lovely event and participated regularly. Nowadays I always seem to miss deadlines and round ups are often posted earlier than I had time to decide which bread to submit...

Enough about me and my misbehaviour!

Speaking of round ups: Please do not forget to visit the lovely round up Lisa wrote for bbd #47  - so many yummy breads! I am sure you will find something that pleases you and that you really really need to bake as well! ;o)

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What did I choose as theme for this month?

Just think of bread and eggs - what comes to your mind first? This time of the year to me there are a lot of lovely Easter breads with cooked eggs in/on braided loaves on my mind. But also a big all time, all year round favorite: challa!

Let your imagination fly and create a bread using eggs. You decide if the egg is in the dough or on the bread or even IN the bread is up to you!

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To take part in this event, you are required to do all of the following:

  • Create and bake your bread
  • Post about it on your blog, then link that post back to this post
  • If you're blog is in another language, just make sure you post an English version of the recipe
  • When you're done, please use the submission form below - Thank you!
I need the following information from you in order to include you in the round up later!

[contact-form-7 id="5708" title="bbd #48 submission form"]

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Please keep in mind these few rules for Bread Baking Day:

  • The deadline for your submission will be April 1st 2012, at midnight UTC.
  • The round-up of all the submissions will appear here on April 5th, 2012.
  • Your bread must be made in the month of March, 2012.

If you want, use the logo in the upper left hand corner at the top of this post, in your post, to promote the event. Just go to the bbd home and get the code.

Astrid 06.03.2012, 22.46 | (14/0) Kommentare (RSS) | TB | PL

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