YeastSpotting 2.5.10


YeastSpotting is a weekly collective showcase of yeasted baked goods and dishes with bread as a main ingredient. For more bread inspiration, and information on how to submit your bread, please visit the YeastSpotting archive.

Loaves and Rolls
No-Knead Baguettes
Dinner Rolls As I Think They Should Be
Pan Dulce - Conchas
Millet Loaf with Marjoram
Breaskfast Milk Bread
Potato Rosemary Bread (Rolls)
Crusty Cheese Bread
Hamelman's Semolina with whole-grain soaker
Buttermilk Baps
Sourdough Pumpernickel
Gérard Rubaud's Pain au Levain
Wild Rice and Onion Bread
sandwich rolls
Cinnamon Bread
KAF White Sandwich Bread
French Bread
Chocolate Torpedo
Red Beet Buns
Whole Wheat Sourdough à la
Pumpernickel Bread
Italian Bread
Pear Buckwheat Bread
Flatbreads, Filled Breads, and Savory Pastries
Mushroom Focaccia
Spanish Flammenkuchen
Pizza Napoletana
Sweet Breads and Pastries
Coco-nutty-cocoa sourdough muffins
Waffles with Cherries & Chocolate Chips
Petit Pains Au Lait
Chinese Steamed Buns
Gluten-free timtana flour cinnamon buns
Chocolate Bread / Pain au chocolat
Apple Strudel Bread
Soup and Salad
Chickpea Soup with Harissa and Croutons

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  1. All those sourdoughs are calling my name….. so rustic, beautiful (your Pear bread included, but I had seen the post already earlier… :-)

    and even though I don’t particularly love sweet things, those bomboloni….. WOW!

    THanks for assembling another fun collection of breads, Susan…. they brighten my Friday morning

  2. Another fabulous roundup. I see a bunch of breads that are calling my name. Thanks for hosting!

  3. Oh my, such an inspiring round-up!

  4. yes, those bomboloni look so inviting… I could sink my teeth in these pillow-y fabulous.
    I’ll have to try making your Pear bread soon…
    Thanks for another beautiful collection!

  5. You guys are killing me. I finally have a sourdough starter and I see ANOTHER gorgeous doughnut recipe?!?! Waaaaah!

  6. Great looking bread. I like to add yeast to my pancake and waffle batter. They rise beautifully and I like the yeast flavor.

  7. Those are one of the best pictures, I just wish I could bake breads like that. Some day.

  8. Another great round-up; thanks. So many breads, so little time.

  9. I’m happy to be back here, once again. Beautiful collection of bread, as usual.

  10. The bomboloni look sooooooo yummy!

  11. I’m new to this blog, but I’ve already found many breads I want to try baking soon. I love the bombolini (though not filled for me), but the recipe is in French. Any suggestions on translation or might there be a translated recipe somewhere? I tried Babelfish, but the measurements came out quite odd looking.

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