You Can Make a Soft, Fluffy Loaf of Bread with a Can of Condensed Milk
Warning: This sweet and fluffy condensed milk bread will make you forget all about regular bread.
We have TikTok to thank for all kinds of viral recipes this year. Who knew you could whip up a gorgeous holiday cocktail with such simple ingredients? Or make creme brulee with only three ingredients? The good folks at TikTok keep churning out kitchen hacks and indulgent recipes. This next trend might be the best one yet!
What Is Condensed Milk Bread?
This bread hails from Japan. You may know it as “Japanese milk bread” or “Hokkaido milk bread,” named for the region’s famous milk. It’s the peak of indulgence, golden brown on the outside and soft and fluffy inside with a hint of sweetness courtesy of the most important ingredient: sweetened condensed milk.
What makes this bread so darn delicious is that each ingredient (flour, yeast, butter, sugar, milk and sweetened condensed milk) perfectly balances its counterparts to ensure a light, cloud-like bread.
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Bakers across the internet have put their skills to the test making condensed milk bread, and the results are nothing short of mouthwatering. Just look at how gorgeous it is!
made a loaf of (condensed milk) bread! I’m extremely happy with how it turned out ☺️ pic.twitter.com/cgomxKK8of
— alfredopasta (@omunibasu_blog) October 11, 2020
Where to Find the Best Recipe for Condensed Milk Bread
If you have some experience baking bread, this recipe shouldn’t be too much of a challenge. Beginners can learn a lot from this recipe, too, and there are plenty of YouTube tutorials to walk you through it step by step. You can get the recipe from Healthy Nibbles and Bits. And don’t let that long list of instructions fool you—this bread only takes around an hour to make. (That’s not long for something this delicious!)
The way you eat condensed milk bread is up to you. Slice it into sandwich bread for a grilled cheese with a hint of sweetness, or tear it off chunk by chunk. Either way, this bread is bound to become a staple.