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Making A Corgi Loaf

Making A Corgi Loaf

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We know that it might have been a little difficult to stop hitting the snooze button this morning, but we’ve got the bread and butter to make waking up worthwhile.

And by bread and butter, we mean just bread. Loaves, if you will. Corgi Loaves.

How do you make one of these baked backside beauties? Read on for recipes.

1. Sourdog Bread.

To make this loaf, you need to have a starter yeast. Then mix with flour, water, furriness, and one boopable nosey.

2. Cinnabutt Roll.

Made with sugar & spice and everything nice. (everything nice = tiny tails, little pointy ears.)

3. Extra Buns.

What’s better than a bun in the oven? TWO BUNS!

4. “Pee”ta Bread.

Make your doggie dough as flat as possible. Tiny feet poking out is still okay. Great with falafel!

5. Ciabutta.

You don’t need an Italian Greyhound to make this mediterranean loaf. Best when the dough is very fluffy.

6. Arepaws.

For this south of the border delight, mix white corgimeal with water and salt. Then, SHAKE IT. Like this.

7. Soggy Bread.

Why would you wet your loaf? Well, maybe you want to make Frenchie Toast.

How do you know when it’s done? Hard to say. Always best to check from time to time.

Happy Loafing!

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