Did you know that one of the neat little tricks supermarkets use to make you spend more is the smell of freshly-baked bread all around the shop?
Apparently, fresh bread triggers a sense of well-being. While I’m not going to go into the science of it, you can read more about the aroma of fresh-baked bread from a Chemistry perspective if you’re that way inclined.
This lovely scent is something that we tend to experience a lot these days as we’ve been creating some excellent baked goods lately here at the PotSwinger Headquarters.
Now, I’d like to focus on three of the best bread recipes that happened in our kitchen in the last month. It wasn’t easy to choose (it never is), but after careful consideration, I think we’ve picked some real winners here.
Best thing is, none of them are difficult to make. Yes, they may take some time, but it’s absolutely worth it, I promise. For all of these, you can use a kitchen machine or your hands to make the dough.
All right, let’s kick off the list with these bad boys here. I mean, seriously, just look at them. These seeded buns are not joking around when it comes to bread recipes. The Parmesan cheese in itself already brings a unique flavor to the incredibly fluffy dough, plus the texture becomes even more exciting because of the extra seeds. Absolute summer delight, a well-deserved top position. Make sure you check out the recipe here.
Next up, we have these marvelous sandwich baps. Homemade burgers and sandwiches never looked this good. The Omega Seed Mix is not just on the egg-washed top, it’s in the dough as well. But you’ve got to be careful because, even though the size of the dough is about the same as the previous buns’, they’re super tempting and you kind of want to eat just one more. Golden-brown awesomeness. Read the recipe here.
To make this list really sunshiny, last but certainly not least, we’ve got something different here, the Nutella Bread. This will leave you wondering why haven’t I done this ages ago…? Nutella, hazelnut, ground almond, cinnamon, boom, taste explosion! You can even freeze the sweet slices, but I honestly doubt you’ll have enough left to put away. Head over to the recipe quickly and let us know how did you find it.
I hope you find our top picks mouthwatering enough, and we’ll be back again later with a new selection. If you liked these creations or want to see more recipes, perhaps you’re just after ideas and inspiration, take a look around in our Bakery section.
The oven is on again and our flat is full of freshly-baked bread aroma yet another time, I wish you could smell it.
By the way, if you don’t have time to bake but crave the smell, just buy a small bottle of this Fresh Bread Fragrance Room Spray to imitate the scent… Well, I’m kidding of course, give a go to the recipes and you’ll see. 🙂
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