Mandelbrodt bread. The Yiddish word mandelbrodt literally means almond bread, a reference to its common ingredient of almonds.
Almond-Cinnamon Mandelbrodt
Apricot-Almond Mandelbrodt
Chocolate Chip Mandelbrodt
Coconut-Almond Mandelbrodt
Cranberry-Almond Mandelbrodt
Honey-Almond Mandelbrodt
Orange-Almond Mandelbrodt
Pistachio-Almond Mandelbrodt
Raisin-Almond Mandelbrodt
Walnut-Almond Mandelbrodt
Apple Spice Mandelbrodt
Apricot Walnut Mandelbrodt
Caramel Cashew Mandelbrodt
Chocolate Hazelnut Mandelbrodt
Cinnamon Swirl Mandelbrodt
Coconut Macaroon Mandelbrodt
Cranberry Pistachio Mandelbrodt
Maple Pecan Mandelbrodt
Orange Almond Mandelbrodt
Jewish Mandelbrodt Cookies
Almond Butter Mandelbrodt Bars
Chocolate Chip Mandelbrodt Cookies
Cinnamon Sugar Mandelbrodt Snickerdoodles
Double Chocolate Mandelbrodt Brownies
Lemon Poppy Seed Mandelbrodt Biscotti
Almond Mandelbrot
Chocolate Chip Mandelbrot
Honey-Soy Thai Style Pork Jerky
Red Curry Pork Jerky with Thai Herbs
Almond and Apricot Mandelbrot
Lemongrass Pork Jerky with Thai Flavors
Spicy Thai Pork Jerky
Sweet and Spicy Thai Pork Jerky
Thai Basil Pork Jerky
Thai Chili Lime Pork Jerky
Thai Green Curry Pork Jerky
Thai Peanut Pork Jerky
Thai Pork Jerky
Tom Yum Pork Jerky
Apricot Pistachio Mandelbrot
Cinnamon Raisin Mandelbrot
Classic Jewish Mandelbrot
Cranberry Orange Mandelbrot
Double Chocolate Mandelbrot
Hazelnut and Chocolate Mandelbrot
Hazelnut Chocolate Mandelbrot
Lemon Poppy Seed Mandelbrot
Maple Pecan Mandelbrot
Pecan Maple Mandelbrot
Pistachio and Cherry Mandelbrot
Walnut Raisin Mandelbrot