Who doesn’t like to be appreciated? 🙂
Whether we’re are home or at school, workplace or playground, we never forget a word of genuine appreciation.
This is true for kids and adults alike! It’s fair to say I would not have progressed as a baker without the constant encouragement and support from my family and our baking community. Our baker group is extremely supportive and appreciative of each one’s efforts. So much so that people are hooked to baking and are constantly sharing their bakes and efforts. Believe me, it ain’t no ploy — appreciation can do wonders!
So, this post is dedicated to appreciating some of your many bakes. And remember, all these are bakes which we have covered in our blog. So if you get hungry while viewing the pictures, and have an urge to bake a Focaccia or Coconut Cookies yourself, please follow the links, and bake away!
First, we have a fresh batch of golden buns from Shanon! Can you believe that she was hesitant?! Don’t they look delicious?
The Nankhatai posts do not seem to end! Kavita is the culprit 🙂 Here’s a batch baked by Anita Biyani.
Here are some Coconut Cookies by Manmeet. I am SO happy to see that people are baking these! Golden, brown and crisp!
A huge shout out to Shubha for attempting to bake the Focaccia! It looks great Shubha! Keep it up!
Our “basic” bread is going places! Shikha shared some pictures of her Basic Bread, which she baked for her kids in the US.
I think we can all agree that this “simple” loaf by Leena Paliwal is almost perfect! Looks so soft! Well done!
This batch of buns was baked by Kuhu — this is her first attempt! Well done Kuhu!
Another set of Coconut Cookies. These were baked by Archana Chowdhary.
And now, for the final entry in our post.
This is Madan bhaiya. He works as a cook in Archana Chowdhary’s house, and she taught him how to bake healthy breads and buns. Here he stands with a fresh batch he baked himself! Kudos Archana, for teaching and educating people around you! And great going Madan bhaiya!!
That’s it for this week’s post! I personally am always excited to see what new bakers are doing. If this post inspired you to bake your first loaf, or a new recipe which you always wanted to make, then share a photo in our groups.