Breakfast bread recipe

Breakfast bread recipe

Having fresh made bread in the morning is something many people call “luxury”. Most of us don’t have the time to get up early in the morning and start baking bread.

But it doesn’t really have to be as time consuming as it sounds.

Here is a bread recipe I use for making breakfast bread without much time wasted.

Prep time 10 minutes + rest time appr.  45 minutes to 1 hour

Cooking time 12-15 minutes

Ingredients

4 cups of flour of your choice

3 teaspoons of dry yeast

2 cups of whole milk

1 tablespoon of ground cinnamon

2 tablespoons of ground Cardamom

You can also use chopped nuts like walnuts or almonds and raisins if you like.

Start with preheating the oven to 250 degrees Celsius. 
Mix flour, spices and nuts well in a large bowl. 
Heat the milk in a bowl. It should be warm but not boiling.  Dissolve the yeast in some of the milk. I usually divided the milk in two bowls after heated.
After the yeast is dissolved completely add the yeast and milk mixture to the flour. Mix well until it becomes a thick paste. Then add the rest of the milk. Mix well. 
The dough should be slightly sticky but not to much. The more milk you add the more soft the bread will be. If you use to much it will become  flat pancake. Make sure the dough is sticking together. So to speak.
Work the dough on a slightly floured surface for a minute or two.
Let the dough rest in the bowl, covered with a kitchen cloth, until the dough has almost doubled on size. In the meantime you can take a shower, do your make up or get your kids out of bed. Whatever needs to be done.
Grease an oven pan or use baking paper on your pan and roll small pawn sized balls out of the dough.  Put them on your oven pan and in the oven for about 10-12 minutes. The buns should be slightly bouncy. Then put the grill function on and let the bread get a golden surface.
After a couple of more minutes they should be done.

Serve the fresh bread when they have cooled slightly. I like to eat them with some Philadelphia cream cheese and jam. 

Deliciousness in no time.

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