I made this using my Kitchen Aid mixer last night, same as I have with the other loaves I have recently. I let the yeast proof with the sugar and water, then added the remaining wet ingredients.
After I added the dry and they had a chance to fully combine, I switched to
my dough hook and kneaded the dough for about five minutes. It was a little wet, so I added a bit more flour to get it to a kneadable consistancy. I let it raise in the bread pan for about an hour on a warm stove, then baked it for a half hour. We haven't tried it yet, but I'll update on how it was later today. EDITED NEXT DAY: I liked it but thought the texture was a bit off. Both my husband and oldest son loved it, though my husband asked me not to tell him what was in it. This makes great french toast.
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I made this using my Kitchen Aid mixer last night, same as I have with the other loaves I have...