Marble Mandel Bread Recipe

Marble Mandel Bread Recipe

Marble Mandel bread Recipe is a traditional Jewish cookie that is double baked and almost similar to Jewish biscotti recipe. These special cookies are so crunchy and full of flavour that you can’t ignore.

Whether for late night cravings or evening snacks, these are the best to enjoy. 

I still remember, me and my friends used to eat up these bread like crispy cookies in our movie nights instead of pop corns. Let’s check out the recipe.

How to Make Mandel Bread?

This mandel bread recipe is so easy to prepare. Because of the doubled baking, they infuse the utmost flavour. The balanced crisp with the nice fragrance of cinnamon sugar mix takes your heart on every little bite. 

Here is the ingredients list and methods of preparing.

Chocolate Mandel Bread Ingredients:

3 Cups of All-Purpose Flour or Whole Wheat Flour

2 Tsp of Baking Powder

1 Tsp of Kosher Salt

1-1/4 Tsp of Ground Cinnamon, Divided

1/4 Tsp of Ground Nutmeg

2 Sticks (1 Cup) of Unsalted Butter, Melted and Slightly Cooled (or 1 Cup Vegetable Oil)

1 Cup of Plus 1 Tablespoon of Sugar, Divided

2 Tsp of Vanilla Extract

1/4 Tsp of Almond Extract

3 Large Eggs

1 Cup of Semi-Sweet Chocolate Chips

1/2 Cup of Coarsely Chopped Pecans (Optional)

½ Cup of Walnuts or Slivered Almonds (Optional)

Methods of Preparing Kamish Bread Step by Step:

Step 1: Bring out a medium sized bowl and sieve together 3 cups of all-purpose flour, 2 tsp of baking soda and 1 tsp of kosher salt. Whisk to combine. 

Step 2: Now, add 1 tsp of ground cinnamon and ¼ tsp of ground nutmeg. 

Step 3: Bring out an electric mixer and in the bowl of the electric mixer, add 1 cup of melted butter, 1 cup of sugar, 2 tsp of vanilla extract, and ¼ tsp of almond extract. Beat on medium speed until finely combined, about 5 minutes to 7 minutes. 

Step 4: Add 3 eggs and continue beating on medium speed for 2 minutes to 3 minutes or until thickened and turned into the pale yellow color. 

Step 5: Now, add the dry ingredients mixture. Continue mixing on low speed until completely combined. 

Step 6: Add ½ cup of walnuts, ½ cup of chopped pecans and 1 cup of semi-sweet chocolate chips and fold. 

Step 7: Cover the bowl with a plastic wrap and keep the bowl in the refrigerator. Chill for 2 hours or until firm. 

Step 8: Set the oven for preheating at the temperature of 350 degrees F and set the both oven racks in the center-most positions. 

Step 9: With a parchment paper, line two baking sheets finely. 

Step 10: Discard the bowl from refrigerator. Lightly dust a clean flat surface with flour and shape the dough into 2 logs.

Step 11: Place the logs in a prepared baking sheet and bake for 25 minutes or until the dough log is light golden color. 

Step 12: Remove the baking sheets from oven and place on the cooling wire rack. 

Step 13: let them cool for 15 minutes. 

Step 14: Reduce the temperature to 250 degrees F and let heat. 

Step 15: Once cooled, place the baked logs into a cutting board and cut the logs diagonally into ¾ inches thick slices. 

Step 16: Sprinkle both sides with cinnamon-sugar mixture. 

Step 17: Place them back to the baking sheets and bake for 40 minutes to 45 minutes or until fine golden color and the edges are crisp. 

Step 18: After removing from heat, let cool again. 

Serve! You can store them in an airtight container and keep at room temperature for up to three weeks. In refrigerator, up to 2 months. 

Freezer-friendly Tips: 

The Dough Log Can Be Frozen in the Freezer for up to 3 Months.

to Do so, You Need to Wrap the Dough Finely with a Plastic Wrap.

while Baking, Remove and Thaw until Pliable Then Proceed as Written above.


Now we have a perfect recipe of marble mandel bread. So, without any ado, start preparing. I will look forward to your reviews. Also, share the recipe with others and enjoy together!

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