Tribes-A-Dozen Voila! Hallah Egg Bread Mixes Review & Giveaway

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I used to help my mom bake bread when I was kid. And I by help I mean I helped her put the ingredients into the very same bread maker I used to make the lovely bread pictured above. She was far from being Betty Crocker but definitely had her culinary moments. Baking bread was not one of them. I sure did love her banana bread so when she was getting rid of things one day I made sure the bread maker made it home with me.

Making bread in a bread maker is so much easier than making it from scratch. I have never made bread from scratch with the whole kneading the dough and baking it in the oven and stuff. Sounds like a pain although I’m sure rewarding in the end.

I was so excited when Tribes-A-Dozen contacted me to review some of their egg bread mixes. I hadn’t used my bread maker in a while and this gave me the perfect chance to use it.

I received three Voilà! Hallah Egg Bread Mixes — Simply Spelt, Traditional, and Wholey Wheat. They all tasted so fresh with a great texture. My son’s favorite was the Traditional. I swear he practically ate the whole loft in one sitting. He just kept asking for more and more and MORE. I actually thought the crust had flavor which was such a nice change. Kind of sweet tasting. Very nice considering I usually avoid most crusts. I turned the Simply Spelt and Wholey Wheat breads into some amazing tasting French Toast that was awesome with blueberry syrup.

Tribes-A-Dozen Voila! Hallah Egg Bread Mixes make bread making even easier especially if you are using a bread maker. All of the dry ingredients are all measured for you and ready to go. Here’s what Tribes-A-Dozen says about their egg bread:

Tribes-A-Dozen is about wholesome, all natural, kosher hallah (or challah bread) – – the classic egg bread – – also referred to as barches, brioche, kalács, osterbrot, or, simply, twisted bread.

Hallah has deep spiritual meaning in the Jewish faith, but traditional egg bread is enjoyed in many cultures and embraced by Kosher and non-Kosher households alike. Hallah, or egg bread, is perfectly enjoyed on its own, as sandwich bread, or as the ultimate base for French toast or bread pudding.

I totally agree with Tribes-A-Dozen’s philosophy of “Break Bread, Not
Tradition”. We all want fresh, tasty bread but without the hassle and Tribes-A-Dozen gives that to us.

To make these breads all I had to do was place water, egg, oil, and sometimes honey in the bread maker, followed by the bread mix, and top it with the included yeast. Then with 2-3 clicks of the bread maker these wonderful egg bread mixes were on their way to becoming tasty, fresh bread.


Tribes-A-Dozen Voila! Hallah Egg Bread Mixes are about $6-7 and can be purchased online at the Tribes-A-Dozen website and via Amazon.

To win your very own Tribes-A-Dozen Voila! Hallah Egg Bread Mixes enter the giveaway below. One winner will receive a full sized box of each of the following egg bread mixes – Simply Spelt, Traditional, and Wholey Wheat. US, 18+. Happy baking! Note: Previous winners of Tribes-A-Dozen giveaways are ineligible.

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Disclosure: I was given the product to review for free. All thoughts and opinions are 100% my own. Home Jobs by MOM is not responsible for prize shipment.

Krystle Cook – the creator of Home Jobs by MOM – put her psychology degree on a shelf and dived into a pile of diapers and dishes instead. She is a wife and mother to two rambunctious boys, sweating it out in her Texas hometown. She loves cooking, DIY home projects, and family fun activities.


  1. Debbie Jackson says:

    I love to eat it with hard salami

  2. Would love to try this. We have a Kitchen Aide mixer, but I’ve yet to use it to mix dough. Hubby has though.

  3. Darlene Owen says:

    I eat turkey and cheese with bread.

  4. We just acquired a bread machine not too long ago…..will have to look into this!

    • Awesome Rachel! I think bread machines are fun! The house always smells so great when fresh bread is baking and these make it even easier.

  5. My favorite is sandwiches.

  6. I have a Kitchen Aid mixer but have yet to use it to make a dough…apparently I could use a lesson from Jeri’s husband 🙂 That bread looks absolutely delicious, Krystle! In trying to watch the pounds I unfortunately love bread too much lol. Good post! 🙂

    • My husband too LOVES bread. He says that’s the one think he’s not willing to give up. We shall see how that impacts the exercise he says he’s going to do when we move this summer.

  7. Kalynn Carter says:

    Potatoes! haahha.

  8. I love to dip it in olive oil with spices – garlic, oregano

  9. I like dipping it in pasta sauce.

  10. Shannon Baas says:

    I love cheese and ham.

  11. Shirley Younger says:

    The Wholey Wheat sounds delicious and all are so easy to make

  12. I love to eat Kielbasi with Bread, sandwiches with saurkraut and ketchup

  13. Brittney House says:

    I like to eat mine with lunch meat.

  14. Vicki Andrew says:

    i love bread, freshly baked, all by it’s self but if I have ti choose 1 thing to put on it, it would be tuna

  15. love it with jam

  16. Kyl Neusch says:

    eat turkey and cheese with bread

  17. I like it simple. Bread and butter…yummy

  18. Diane Baum says:

    I like adding homemade jam1

  19. Hummus

  20. i love it with softened, whipped butter .OMG

  21. I love it with butter.

  22. I love to dip my bread in homemade hummous!

  23. Karrie Millheim says:

    I love butter on bread

  24. Laurie Emerson says:

    I like to eat it with a little honey on top.

  25. Cheese 🙂

  26. I like to eat it with chili

  27. Diana Hatch says:

    I love bread with homemade soup

  28. Danielle Jones says:

    I like to have it with our big meals like meatloaf. Just put a little butter on it and warm it in the over.

  29. Good bread toasted with a little butter…yum!

  30. My favorite thing to eat with bread is ham and cheese. But for dinner I like to use bread to sop up excess gravy.

  31. ashley cossette says:

    I love dipping it in homemade sauce!

  32. Melinda Stephens says:

    butter and my grandma’s strawberry freezer jam.

  33. Miz Vickik says:

    Toasted with cheese on top!

  34. My favorite thing to eat with bread is hot soup

  35. I love eating my bread with butter and homemade jam.

  36. Vikki Billings says:

    Cheese and ham!

  37. kathy dalton says:

    grilled cheese rocks!!!!!

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