Let me preface this post by saying, I am not Jewish. I taught briefly at a Jewish day school before I had kiddos, and I have a few Jewish friends…but I LOVE, LOVE, LOVE Hallah bread! I don’t care for grocery store bought Hallah, so when Tribes a Dozen reached out to me and asked me to try their Voila Hallah bread mixes I was very excited! Tribes a Dozen offers 3 varieties of Hallah bread, Simply Spelt, Wholey Wheat, and Traditional.
I had every intention of making French Toast with my Hallah, but, as soon as I pulled each loaf out of the oven, my kids and hubby acted as though they hadn’t eaten a morsel in weeks! Needless to say, French toast hallah did not happen, yet…
I chose not to braid my loaves, and instead made them as a
more traditional more simple for me to make loaf in a loaf pan. Either way you choose to make it, you will not be disappointed! However, it will take a while to make, as any loaf of bread will. The yeast has to rise, it has to be kneaded, and it has to bake. My loaves needed a few minutes longer in the oven than the directions indicated, but it was worth the wait!
Making the hallah is fairly straightforward and simple if you have a stand mixer and are familiar with baking…even if you aren’t the directions are very easy to follow.
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This review is based strictly on my opinion. Others may have a different opinion or experience with the product listed above. I was provided the sample free of charge by the company or PR agency and I proved my honest opinion. No other type of compensation was received for this review.