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This is a lovely idea, and it turned out beautifully. Look at those proud towering loaves, unaware that they aren't your dream enriched white bread recipe!

Chef Angela Carlino

I love this!


I think they look absolutely gorgeous. I'm such a scaredy cat with bread. but I have a ton of beautiful basil that I will be turning into pesto this summer :)

Becs @ Lay the table

Whatever you thought of the texture/flavour, it still looks gorgeous! I love the two roll effect. Bet that would taste great with a bit of balsamic and olive oil :)


Looks really wonderful


I love pesto, so I know I will definitely love this bread. looks so pretty too.

Shauna @Satori Design for Living

Yum! A friend of mine just sent me a link to your blog and I'm glad to have found it! I think we live pretty close to each other and I'd love for you to guest post some time!


The bread is gorgeous!!! I want to take a big ol' bite of my computer screen.

Stephanie @ Girl Versus Dough

Love to see a fellow bread baker! :) This bread looks delicious and pretty!


Wonderful idea!
I can't stop thinking about how perfect this would be as an eggs benny base.


I have to say, your photos are getting better and better all the time.


I could see the loaf is nicely peel-able, and don't think I need to add more herbs to the soup : ).

Dessert By Candy

What a combination! Definitely not something we can pick up at a store. Quite refreshing that you pair pesto with an enriched white bread into a loaf rather than the more obvious choice of foccacia. I think I'll try it with ricotta bread. I used Rose Levy Beranbaum's recipe before and it certainly has that peel/flaky texture you mentioned.

Here is a link to her recipe in case you want to give it a try:

And a crumb shot to give you an idea:

Jessica @ bake me away!

Ahh!! It is so gorgeous!! I'm imagining it with mozzarella and tomatoes. Yummm.


Great job. And what a good idea.

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Cool! I love this idea.

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Lisa @ The Gonzo Gourmet

You're so right about the greatness of peeling bread away - sometimes I think about what I'll miss going gluten-free, and as odd as it sounds, peeling bread is one of those things. Pretzels, too. If you come across a light g-free bread recipe please share. Your pesto bread is lovely, I think I might adapt that idea to flatbread. I like eggs on toast, too!




Wow, and here I am with some extra pesto and nothing to do with it. This looks great! I think I may try it this weekend.

Maggie Muggins

Oh yum, I’ve been wanting to try something like this for ages! I do believe I have some sundried tomato pesto calling out to me. It looks so delicious and holes or not I still think it would make a kick ass sandwich.

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Love this, looks really wonderful

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looks so yummy!

Mallory @ Because I Like Chocolate

I am compiling a Canadian Thanksgiving Link Love post for this coming Friday and I am definitely including this as a bread recipe! Yum!!!

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