Bread Baking Babes play with fruits and seeds

Bread Baking Babes are making Flaxseed and Prune Ciabatta-Style Loaves this month thanks to Cathy, of Bread Experience, our host kitchen for the Merry Month of May.BBB logo May 2015

According to Cathy:

The original formula for these Flax Seed and Prune Ciabbata-Style Loaves is from the San Franciso Baking Institute site.  I’ve had this bread on my list to make for awhile and I’m delighted to share it. I envision lot’s of tasty variations of dried fruit and perhaps even nuts in this bread.

So – think about what you’d like to add and try your hand at these ciabatta! You can get the recipe from Cathy as well as scoop on being a Bread Baking Buddy.

Cathy’s Ciabatta


Liens’ Ciabatta


Tanna’s Ciabatta 


Elizabeth’s Ciabatta


Elle’s Ciabatta


That’s all the Babes baking this month…..

Sometimes, life interferes

And the Babes are:

 The Bread Baking Babes

Bake My Day – Karen
blog from OUR kitchen – Elizabeth
Bread Experience – Cathy
Feeding My Enthusiasms – Elle
girlichef – Heather
Life’s a Feast – Jamie
Living in the Kitchen with Puppies – Natashya
Lucullian Delights – Ilva
My Diverse Kitchen — Aparna
My Kitchen In Half Cups – Tanna
Notitie Van Lien – Lien
And me…. Thyme for Cooking – Katie 

From the BBBBB (Bitchin’ Bread Baking Babe Bibliothécaire).

9 thoughts on “Bread Baking Babes play with fruits and seeds”

  1. There are a few more in the mean time, fashionably late as Babes do 🙂
    thanks for putting us together here everytime Katy!

      • E. Somehow this felt sharp. so I went and googled “fashionably late”.. it means that people were late pretending they were busy with important things…. hahaha well I didn’t know that (english is not my native tongue for sure), I thought it just meant people were late as people do at times. Didn’t mean to be mean in any way with saying that, just an expression for me that was stuck in my mind, without being aware of the full meaning.

  2. Katie, you’re right to have this on your list of things to make. And do go the next step and make this savoury bread. It’s really great for making grilled meat sandwiches. The prunes are not too sweet at all.

    Heh, if you start soaking flaxseeds now, you could join the ranks of the fashionably late. 🙂

  3. Um, I left a note yesterday but the lovely internet seems to have evaporated it.
    I only wish we could really pop into each of our kitchens and share several slices of this and so many other dishes.
    Thanks for putting us together.

  4. Lien, I thought it meant the same thing as you – and I’m also native English LOL

    Elizabeth, ah, but first I would have to track down the flaxseeds…. Maybe when are guests are here to help me eat it 😉

    Tanna, I hate it when that happens…. nothing seems as reliable anymore. You’re welcome

    Elle, thanks…. I just might do that.

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