Holiday rosemary bread wreath is a stunning holiday recipe that can be presented as an edible table centerpiece. Warm rolls are arranged in a festive wreath that is not as difficult as it’s presentation suggests.
Make your holiday table completely edible and adorn with this joyous decoration for everyone to enjoy with their meal. I already mentioned that it is not difficult to make. Fragrant rosemary is mixed into the dough and formed into rolls. The rolls are carefully arranged around a cookie cutter (used as a guide) that creates the wreath shape. The rolls are brushed with butter, more rosemary, grated parmesan cheese and baked until browned. When cooled the wreath is decorated with sprigs of fresh rosemary for a festive display.
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For this holiday rosemary bread wreath, I chose Bob’s Red Mill organic unbleached all-purpose white flour. This flour is the choice of professional bakers and produces high, well-textured loaves of bread equally as well as it produces light, airy baked goods. As well as not enriched with any additives and flour is milled from organic hard red wheat. This is a flour that I can be proud to use in my recipes. The result are quality baked goods and their flour is my kitchen staple because of it’s versatility, I use it for all my baking needs.
When you are preparing your holiday meal and including this wreath, I suggest you make more than one. These rolls are fluffy, light and flavorful and will not last long. This wreath would be a lovely way to start a new family tradition and also make a special gift for friends and family.