Prep 5 mins
Cook 4 hrs
So good we ate the bottom crust! I had 1/2 can of coconut milk left and found this recipe to utilize it. Aroma and taste are delightful, it toasts beautifully-definitely worth making.
- Measure into your bread machine as per it's instructions.
- Cook on the sweet, white timer (4 hours on mine).
- This makes a 1 1/2 lb loaf.
Easy to make, but not a lot of flavor. Basically, this just tasted like my regular loaf of homemade bread with a hint of coconut flavor. I did not use the coconut extract, but I did use coconut oil in place of the veggie oil. Maybe the recipe needs the coconut extract it calls for to really give it the coconut flavor I was expecting.
The flavor of this bread was very nice, but the quality of the bread was very dry. The only variable I can see would be the coconut milk, so perhaps try a little bit more, or add a little warm water. It is nice toasted, and I imagine that with the dry texture making french toast would be a very good vehicle for it, I'll try that, too.
This was very good. It was lovely toasted. It would be interesting to try as french toast (haven't yet). I'll be definately be making this again. Thanks for the recipe.