"Sweet white bread with a hint of cinnamon. We usually serve it for breakfast" — Susan
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1 (.25 ounce) package
active dry yeast
white chocolate chips
Really wonderfull tasting bread. Everyone should try it. I also did this by hand and was just as easy to do.
I would give this 4 stars for taste, but although I selected the 1.5 pound loaf option on the bread machine, when I sliced into it, the loaf was raw in the middle. I tried to finish it off in the oven, but then it was totally over-cooked and tough on the outside. I will definitely make this again, but will try the 2 pound loaf option.
I have made this bread about 6 times. I think it is important to add the ingred. into the machine as stated and NOT to prep the yeast first. Otherwise, it will rise too high and push the lid of the machine open (as has happened to yours truly). It is not really a 'white chocolate' tasting bread (the name is a little misleading), but a sweet bread with a hint of cinnamon. A lovely breakfast bread. Great with coffee or tea.
Definitely a sweet bread and the flavors are very subtle. DH said it was "like candy". Texture was nice and smooth.
Ended up adding 3 tbs. of flour extra from the ingredients as listed to get the "tacky" feel to the dough (it's been very rainy here). Definitely rose too much -- filled my 2lb machine with 1 1/2 lb ingredients listed, but suspect that might be using liquids which were too warm rather than too much flour. Will definitely try again with cold liquids.
Made again with cold liquids. Only had to add 1 tbs of extra flour to get nice elastic dough. Still filled my 2lb machine.
Too buttery for our tastes. The Chocolate Chip Bread I uses only 1 1/2 tsp of yeast, and 2 tbsp of butter and it rose just as high as this one did and tasted just right. May try making this one again, but with less yeast and butter. Still a pretty good bread. It baked up high and fluffy, and soft, too. Thank you for posting.
The final product was a reasonably sweet, but unremarkable bread that disappoints those who are chocolate fans. Not a keeper in the recipe box.
I tried this recipe several times. The only time I got it to work is when my
3year old turned my 2lb breadmaker off in the middle of the cycle and I started
again tfrom the beginning.
The dough will rise too high (even when I used 1.5 lb measurements) and it is
Great bread. My husband raved about it and without hesitating rated it a 5. Made exactly as directions stated. Did not rise too high but just perfect and the consistency of the bread was wonderful. The cinnamon and the white chocolate complimented each other nicely. Next time I make it, I may add another 1/2 cup of chips. Thanks Susan.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
White Chocolate Bread
Serving Size: 1/12 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 12
Amount Per Serving
** Calories: 277
** Calories from Fat: 95
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