Babka 13 Ways

Have you ever tried babka? There are a few versions, but the one I most often see and prefer is the Jewish variety. This babka is made from a doubled and twisted length of yeast dough and is typically baked in a high loaf pan. The dough usually contains cinnamon and/or chocolate and is topped with streusel. All good things.

CARAMEL-PEAR-SWIRLED-STREUSEL-BABKA-Gringalicious-Design-Crush

CHOCOLATE-CINNAMON-BABKA-MUFFINS-How-Sweet-It-Is-Design-Crush

MAPLE-ROASTED-PUMPKIN-AND-ALLSPICE-BABKA-What’s-for-Lunch,-Honey--Design-Crush

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STICKY-CARAMEL--PECAN-BABKA-LOAVES-the-Kitchn-Design-Crush

WHITE-CHOCOLATE-CRANBERRY-BABKA-Culinary-Concoctions-by-Peabody-Design-Crush

SALTED-CHOCOLATE-AND-MARZIPAN-BABKA-Half-Baked-Harvest-Design-Crush

PEACHES-&-CREAM-SWEET-BABKA-Southern-Fatty-Design-Crush

MATCHA-BLACK-SESAME-BABKA-Fix-Feast-Flair-Design-Crush

HAZELNUT-VANILLA-BEAN-BABKA-Baked-the-Blog-Design-Crush

CHOCOLATE-BABKA-PopSugar-Design-Crush

APRICOT-CREAM-CHEESE-BABKA-Technicolor-Kitchen-Design-Crush

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