BRAN BUTTERMILK RUSKS - A SOUTH AFRICAN TREAT — JAN the Journal
Today was Mother’s Day in South Africa. Some of my happiest moments were the times spent with my mother in the early morning, sitting and talking about the day ahead while sipping strong coffee and nibbling on bran and buttermilk rusks. It’s not always easy living more than 8 000 kilometres away fro
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If you love rusks but you're trying to limit your sugar intake you have to give this delicious recipe a go!
Muesli Buttermilk Rusks - by Hein van Tonder, awarded food photographer & stylist
Muesli Buttermilk Rusks - Tannie Maria's famous muesli buttermilk rusks from the book Recipes for Love and Murder by Sally Andrew
When I was still at school, my Mother baked for the local "tuisnywerheid" (home industry bakery) for many years. She supplied them with a range of buttermilk rusks, but her absolute hero product was magnificent "mosbolletjies". The best way to describe mosbolletjies is that it's a sweet brioche, traditionally made with fermented grape juice.
South African rusks - High Tea with Dragons
These homemade South African rusks are packed with all kinds of seeds and grains - and they're all kinds of delicious!
Mango Date Brown Flour Muesli Rusks
These rusks are over the top delicious not to mention naturally sweetened! They are loaded with dried mangoes, dates, oats, bran, brown flour, spices, sunflower seeds, pumpkin seeds, honey and greek yoghurt….um…YUMMY. Breakfast is the most important meal of the day and these will set you up for a GREAT day!