Monday, 24 December 2012

JJ's Easy Raspberry Braid- Christmas Breakfast


Falalalalalalala! Another Family favorite! This beautiful and easy to make braid can be made by a youngster! Look's complicated....NOT! When my children were growing up, we had this every Christmas morning, for sure, but, many times throughout the year. I adapted the recipe from my long time German mentor, Eva Kenly. This one you can have ready for tomorrow morning!

I am linking this recipe to "Foodie Friends Friday"!

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Raspberry Braid
Adapted from Eva Kenly

The pastry:

2 cubes unsalted butter room temperature
8 ounces cream cheese room temperature
2 c. all purpose flour
1/2 tsp.salt

Filling:
Raspberry seedless Jam ( or any jam you love)

In food processor cream the butter and cream cheese or use an electric mixer. Mix in the flour and salt. Wrap in plastic wrap and refrigerate for at least an hour.







375 F for 25 minutes or until golden brown.




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5 comments:

  1. I like how you used seedless jam. They always get stuck in your teeth. You don't want seeds in your teeth for the xmas photos. Merry Christmas!

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  2. LOL! True Scott, but, you can use any type of jam or jelly!! My favorite is seedless raspberry jam!! Merry Christmas to you!! Check out Santa's video he left last night!!

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  3. Wonderful home and view! The recipe looks like something my German Grandmother would have made us for a sweet!

    Thank you for sharing your recipes on Foodie Friends Friday. We look forward to seeing what you bring next week.

    I would ask you to please link up to our party somewhere on your page. Thanks you so much.

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  4. Thanks Cynthia! Let me know how to link and I would love too!

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  5. THis looks like a delicious recipe! I pinned it and hope to make it soon! Thanks for joining Foodie Friends Friday. I will answer your question to Cynthia! All you have to do is put somewhere in the recipe the following: I am linking this recipe up with Foodie Friends Friday. And then link the words "Foodie Friends Friday" to our website, www.foodiefriendsfriday.com Or you can grab our button, on our blog, and place that somewhere in the recipe post. Any other questions, just ask! Thank you again for joining!

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