Super-soft and studded with crunchy walnuts, this citrus-y yeast bread will make your mornings 10x sweeter! Top slices with lots of orange marmalade and butter.
I have a borderline-unhealthy obsession with just-baked, warm-from-the-oven homemade bread.
As in, I end up eating waaaaay too much of it in one sitting.
Don’t send help.
So a few weeks back, Red Star Yeast contacted me and asked me if I would be interested in doing a sponsored recipe post for them. Clearly, I jumped at the opportunity. I ADORE baking with Red Star Yeast and refuse to bake with any other brand, simply because RSY is SO reliable and trustworthy in the baking department.
Is that even a word? It is here. Whatevs. Movin’ on….
This bread here? It’s my new favorite bread to date. It’s unbelievably soft and chewy inside, chock-fulla’ toasty walnuts, perfectly flavored with sweet, citrus-y orange, and did I mention it is so so fluffy inside?
Sorry, I have an obsession with anything fluffy.
Also, anything that’s orange-flavored automatically puts me in a good mood. Orange and walnuts? Combo made in heaven. I was walking on cloud 9 all day after chowing down on about half of this entire loaf in one sitting.
KIDDING. I so ate the entire loaf by myself.
That was a pretty good day….
This bread is amazing just on it’s own, warm from the oven, but let me tell you that it’s the BEST toasted with some butter and extra marmalade slathered on top. Your morning coffee is BEGGING for a companion as amazing as this bread alongside it for breakfast.
You won’t be able to have just one slice though, I guarantee it. Better have 3 just to be on the safe side.
Immediately after I was done taking photos, somehow two slices of this bread just disappeared, shall we say….I wish my baked goods would stop doing that. It’s annoying…
Homemade bread is probably the #1 reason I can never stick to a diet…
Self-control doesn’t stand a chance with delicious-ness like this at only an arm’s reach away.
Monday just requires something as cheery and citrus-y as this bread. Run-don’t-walk over to Red Star Yeast for the recipe!
This post was sponsored by Red Star Yeast and I have been compensated, however all opinions are 100% my own.