14 March 2018 / 22 Comments

Walnut babka

You know these kind of recipes that there is no words for. The kind of recipes that taste SOOOOO GOOD, that you simply can’t describe it. Here is one of them. From my kitchen to yours. Enjoy,Bea x




 

22 Comments

  1. oh I love the step by step in photos! I’ve still never made babka, always looked a little daunting but I think you’ve given me the tools I need to give it a go! Love the new site. It is so perfectly you. Xxx

    1. Hi Kym!!!Awwww!So nice to see you around here! And thank you for the beautiful words – I am so happy how the new site turned out. And babka – you must try it! It’s so much easier that the long preparation might sound 🙂 AND IT’S INSANELY DELICIOUS!

  2. The setups are gorgeous and you are pushing me to prepare a babka one very soon!! It looks sooo good! Thank you so much for the recipe sweet Bea ❤️

    1. Thank you so much Massiel! I hope you’ll give it a try because it’s insanely delicious! You’ll love it!

    1. Aaaaaa!Have you posted yours? I am dying to see it! What did you make yours with? I’m always looking for new filling ideas 🙂 And THANK YOUUUU! Big hugs x

  3. Gorgeous photos Bea ! Adding it to my must try list. Good to see you create awesome stuff again. I know that braiding babka is hard, thanks for the details. Need to make it soon.

    1. Hey Suchita! So happy to see you here! Thank you for the encouragement, 8 months of silence was way too long!!!!
      Ps. You’ll love the recipe!It’s just impossible not to like it 🙂

    1. Thank you so much Louise x Sending the warmest hugs your way! It was so lovely talking to you the other day!

  4. I Love that you have a blog now! I’ve been following you on Instagram for a long time and I always love your gorgeous photos and your stories are super informative and fun. Seeing you blog now is such a cherry on top.

    The photos are gorgeous, wouldn’t expect anything less from you 🙂 and I totally need to try this babka! I don’t bake with walnuts enough.

    1. Awwww!Thanks Alice! I actually started my photography/food journey with the blog, but somewhere along the way I lost the joy in writing it. I feel so much more energised and motivated now that I did the rebranding and I truly can’t wait to share more 🙂 Makes me so happy to hear that you like it! You’ll love this recipe – it’s just so hard not too 🙂 Sending warm hugs your way!

  5. Hi Bea ! So happy to see you’re blogging again ! It gives me motivation to start again, my blog has been quiet for too long now. Your babka looks absolutely delish !! I have a babka on my blog, but haven’t made one in ages. Now I’m deeply craving one 🙂

    1. Hey Meriem! You have so many great recipes on your blog! It would be lovely if you could share them in English too 🙂 And I am happy that I send some motivation your way-that’s what this beautiful community is for – for supporting each other 🙂 Sending big hugs and a virtual slice of this delicious bake 🙂

    1. Thank you so much dear Zita! It’s sooooo LOVELY to see you here! You know how much I adore everything you do xxx

  6. Never made a babka before & was quite daunted by the whole process of it..But after seeing your step by step guide I am gonna try it soon.. fingers crossed 🤞..!!😃.Any substitute for muscovado sugar??

    1. Hey Anusha!It really is easier than the lengthy recipe description sounds!You should definitely give it a go. I am here to help 🙂 You could use normal cane sugar instead of muscovado. I like it because it adds a little bit of colour to the buttery mixture but you can substitute it with any other fine sugar 🙂 Let me know if you have any more questions!

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