The 'Public Lives, Secret Recipes' blog recently put together a tutorial for making funfetti challah. Challah is a braided bread often eaten during Jewish holidays. This recipe puts an interesting twist on the sweet bread by covering it with sprinkles and frosting.
To begin the recipe, you will need to whip up a batch of challah dough. This requires getting the right combination of yeast and water to create a frothy and bubbly dough. After baking in the oven, the loaf should be golden brown or a little bit darker. The fresh loaf is then covered with a generous serving of vanilla frosting and sprinkles. The end result is a sweet bread that can double as delicious a Hanukkah dessert.
The recipe for funfetti challah provides a simple way to get creative with a traditional holiday dish.