Join our December Baking Challenge: Pesto Christmas Tree Bake
Our Pesto Tree Bread is perfect for tearing and sharing while mixing and mixing.
Our December Challenge
‘Tis the season to bake cookies and make homemade holiday candy. It is also the best time of the year to entertain loved ones. Besides presenting a tempting cookie tray, you can have a delicious dessert ready. Challenge recipe for this month Pesto Christmas Tree BakePerfect for celebrations. Guests can tear and share this decorative bread and dip the sprigs in marinara sauce. And if you want to turn this into a Hanukkah dessert, you can shape this loaf into a beautiful star bread.
How to participate
- Make festive pesto bread: We think this recipe jingle bell rocks! You can serve this bread for all kinds of seasonal occasions like ornament exchanges and Christmas Eve evenings.
- Enter our sweepstakes: Share your baking photos with us this month and you could win stylish equipment for your kitchen.
- Share photos: You can also share photos to the Bakeable Facebook group or on Instagram (use #bakeable). We’d love to see what you bake!
- Ask questions: If you need help or some baking tips, talk to us Taste of home Baking professionals and fellow bakers. They are ready to answer all your questions in our Facebook group.
We’re confident you can handle this recipe, but if you need a little help along the way, don’t be afraid to ask us questions in the Bakeable Facebook group!
Enter our sweepstakes
Share a photo of what you’ve been baking this month (hopefully it’s tree-shaped bread), and you could win a set of bamboozel bowls in adorable winter colors. They are great for all types of kitchen preparation.
Check out past challenges
Want to catch up on challenges? See what we’ve made in the past and try these recipes!
See what’s next
Every month we will present a new challenge. You can find out what’s coming next by signing up to our newsletter or joining the Bakeable Facebook group. We’ll also be posting more recipes, more tips, and checking out your photos and stories. We’d love to keep up with you!