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  1. I love making kringles, beautiful turn out on yours Joann!! Nom nom nom haha

    1. Thanks, Stephy! They’re yummy & so pretty! I’m planning a savory one for labor day…chopped olives & sun-dried tomatoes in the dough & aged cheese for the filling 🙂 Thanks, hon!

      1. Ohhhh sounds delish Joann, can’t wait to see lol.😉

  2. Wow this is lovely! It sounds so warm and yummy! love the spices. There is a place in Seattle that has traditional kringles and whenever we go I get there at 5 a.m. get one for my mom and bring it back to her! she always acts surprised! I will try this instead ha ha!

    1. Thank you, Lynz! Awww! I love the story of your mom’s delight! They’re really quite easy to make. Sometimes I use chopped toasted nuts, but they’re wonderful just as it too!

      1. I will have to try! We visit my son, then the last day get up on our way out of town and got get the kringle! ha ha she loves it! when I saw this I was excited!

      2. I’m so glad, Lynz! Pleasing mom is the best!

  3. Anna says:

    This looks so delicious, and I love your savory variation ideas!!

    1. Thank you, Anna! I’m making a savory one tonight with sun-dried tomatoes, kalamata and romano! The colors are so pretty! I’ll save some for ya! 🙂

      1. Anna says:

        That sounds wonderful!! Thank you so much for saving some for me!! 😀 Would love to see pictures!!

      2. Pics for sure, Anna! We all need to organize a food blogger get-together one day…wouldn’t that be fun?? 🙂

      3. Anna says:

        That would be so much fun, Lana! What a wonderful idea! 🙂

  4. Bill says:

    I thought the Kringles were a TV cartoon show about crazy ET’s. Who knew, they have their own bread too!

    1. I awoke from a dream with this recipe in my head, Mr B! Think these ideas arrive via an implant? 😉

  5. Wow. That’s beautiful

    1. Thank you, Tanushree! They taste equally as beautiful and are quite easy to make!

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