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Updated on September 2, 2011

I make these breads for fundraisers and for parties of any kind. As I come up with new ideas and breads and I will add to the pictures as I download them . A lot of times this breads are first time making and with the designs too. I only started doing these around September 2010 and not full time yet . All my breads are ready to eat with dips. I hope you enjoy ...

Party Breads

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I can use any bottle in place of this type
I can use any bottle in place of this type | Source
making the details ... before it is baked
making the details ... before it is baked | Source
BUNS with style....RECIPE BELOW
BUNS with style....RECIPE BELOW | Source
white and wheat bread in the making
white and wheat bread in the making | Source
ready to eat with the dip just pour into the  center of bread /homemade bowl .....yummmm !
ready to eat with the dip just pour into the center of bread /homemade bowl .....yummmm ! | Source
made this for  a bar for  New Years 20011
made this for a bar for New Years 20011 | Source
made this for  a bar for  New Years 20011 after this one being my first i have learned to put something over the top as it was rising so it will rise even
made this for a bar for New Years 20011 after this one being my first i have learned to put something over the top as it was rising so it will rise even | Source
In the making  this is filled with cheese  white and wheat  bread braided
In the making this is filled with cheese white and wheat bread braided | Source
In the making  this is filled with cheese  white and wheat  bread braided
In the making this is filled with cheese white and wheat bread braided | Source
In the making  this is filled with cheese  white and wheat  bread   braided and  a small bottle of wine will be in replacement when this cooled
In the making this is filled with cheese white and wheat bread braided and a small bottle of wine will be in replacement when this cooled | Source
all the left over pieces and a roses in the middle and pull a part and eat..... yummm
all the left over pieces and a roses in the middle and pull a part and eat..... yummm | Source

Okay here is where the fun begins. I will try my best on telling how these breads are done .You can make the bread dough anyway you want or buy it like I do at times .

This will be for the buns.Use them for burgers or sloppy-joes or any thing of the sort .

ITEMS NEEDED..

frozen bread dough loaves white and wheat of choice but must be in the form of loaves ... and slightly thawed but yet firm

medium to large baking sheet ...

cookie cutter of choice for the top design .. or like i do at times I make my own designs like the leaves or feathers

1 egg white beaten well ...for a Shinning look or 1 whole egg beaten well.. for a Golden look

a pastry brush or two

and seasoning to your liking example ( Italian or onion, etc. ) if desired

sharp knife for cutting slightly frozen dough

and of course an oven set at the temp required by the package or the baking recipe of your favorite homemade bread dough

Frozen bread dough from the store you get 4-5 loaves for a good price and they are in the shape you need , for this design . So i will start with loaves white and wheat slightly thawed but easy to cut but yet still firm when cutting .

cut the ends off of the loaves about inch or so, or until the next slice will be even

set a side end pieces on floured surface

now this is your decision how thick do you want your buns.. lol ... I slice the remaining dough into 1 to 1 1/2 inch slices and set them flat down on a baking sheet of your choice slightly apart from each other .

and now return to the ends and pieces

on a floured surface roll the white and wheat ends out separate or in some you can take a little or each to make it more detailed

make sure there is enough flour when rolling the ends and pieces out ,a little more is better because this helps the design not to rise so much and they will set into your bun more than rise too high.... Roll out to about 1/8 to 1/4 inch thickness

with cookie cutter of choice ...cut your pieces out until the dough is all used .. sometimes you will have to gather the left over dough and roll out again and then cut out more... do this until you have enough designs for each tops of the buns

place each design made from your cookie cutter or so ..... white on wheat and wheat on white slightly pushing them into the bun tops

after done with placing all your designs on spray with water very lightly or cooking spray very very lightly on top of the buns.... this helps to prevent sticking as you cover with plastic wrap checking off and on to make sure it does not stick to plastic wrap .....now let them rise

and when done rising to half of the size or so to your desire thickness... remove plastic wrap carefully making sure not to cause the dough to fall

place in your preheated oven at the baking temp requested by recipe and bake

approximate baking time 7-12 minutes

WATCH CLOSE then when just about done you can brush the (egg white -shinny look or the whole egg- golden look) on the design area only or mix it.. golden look on the bun and the shinning on the design... bake until when tapped on the top of the buns it sounds hollow and or slightly golden approx time varies depending on your area of living and oven gas or electric and or the thickness of your buns ... but usually around 7- 12 min... So this why i say watch closely and the next time you make them you will have the time frame your buns were done in

LET COOL AND SLICE WHEN NEEDED ......... AND ENJOY

Thanks for your interests ...... graebear

great for kids projects


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    • graebear profile imageAUTHOR

      graebear 

      7 years ago

      Thank you.... I have done them with wine bottles too. I will put some new ones up each day so keep checking back and I am glad you like .... graebear

    • JT Walters profile image

      JT Walters 

      7 years ago from Florida

      I love the bottle in the bread. Beer, bread and butter diet...yes!

    • nancynurse profile image

      Nancy McClintock 

      7 years ago from Southeast USA

      I love these designs!!!!!

    • graebear profile imageAUTHOR

      graebear 

      7 years ago

      They are very easy and fun and it does not take long to do I will add to them as I download more that I have done and add how I do these I just wanted to share the pictures for now Thank you for your comments No special talent needed just a little time and practice ....graebear

    • areinholz profile image

      areinholz 

      7 years ago

      Ooooh - that is really neat - I like it! I wish I had that talent.

    • RTalloni profile image

      RTalloni 

      7 years ago from the short journey

      Now that could get me interested in baking! I do it, but my mind is always on something creative--these are beautiful.

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