Stop what you’re doing and bookmark this recipe tutorial because you are going to want to learn how to make a bread cornucopia that is going to impress all of your guests come Thanksgiving.
A cornucopia overflowing with fruit and cheese is a classic Thanksgiving tradition and a staple decor piece for the table. But rather than use a basket version from your local craft store, why not try making one out of bread?
Not only does a bread cornucopia look beautiful but it’s actually edible too. You can enjoy your masterpiece with the rest of your guests after they’ve complimented you endlessly on your gorgeous creation.
If you’re thinking you’re not going to be able to recreate this, fear not. You only need a package of breadstick dough and some eggs to recreate this beautiful bread cornucopia. The rest of the materials include foil, for creating the cornucopia mold and the actual ingredients you’re going to put inside the cornucopia (in this case, fruit and cheese).
If you’re a regular baker and feel comfortable enough working with bread dough, then feel free to weave your dough in various shapes and forms, braiding the dough or creating intricate designs.
Otherwise, don’t stress about the recipe if you’re not experienced with handling dough. All you need to do for this bread cornucopia is wrap the dough around the foil and pop it in the oven, making this a foolproof recipe that will definitely wow your guests.
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