Total Time
2hrs 30mins
Prep 2 hrs
Cook 30 mins

yummy.. for coconut lover. i loved the coconut filling i can eat it by itself without the bread yumm. my husband loves this.. i recommend to use electric mixer because this is super sticky but worth it if u try my dough recipe. u can use your own dough recipe.

Ingredients Nutrition


  1. mix yeast with the 1/4 cup warm water with 1 tsp sugar let stand for 5 minutes till foamy.(yeast mixture).
  2. in another bowl mix milk and and melted butter. (butter/milk mixture).
  3. slowly pour half of the milk/butter mixture to the yeast mixture continue beating. add the flour ,alternate with milk/butter mixture. set aside (1/2 cup flour for shaping the dough).
  4. then add 4 tbs sugar beat for 1 minute then last the salt.
  5. beat till smooth 2 to 3 minutes.
  6. put on oil bowl and cover with cloth. let rise for 1 hour till double bulk.
  7. after 1 hour punch down the dough shape into balls( this dough is very sticky u can use now the 1/2 cup flour for shaping) and filled with coconut filling. i use 2 tbs spoon.
  8. let rise for another 30 minutes to 40 minutes till double bulk.
  9. bake for F350 for 30 minutes before baking brush with egg wash (egg wash 1 egg+tbs water or milk+butter).
  11. boil water and sugar in a saucepan.
  12. add the flour until dissolve.
  13. add the coconut flakes cook until little dry( not too dry ok).
  14. then add margarine or butter.


Most Helpful

This recipe was hard to follow and the dough did not rise. I was helping my daughter with this recipe, she's a new bride and I felt bad she had to waste the ingredients and her first bread turned out badly. We will probably try this again only with my bread recipe and your coconut filling. RookieBaker21's mom

bobbijo5048 October 29, 2008

This did not rise for me. The directions were also difficult to follow...since I am new to baking breads. Where was the 4 Tablespoons of sugar used?'s not in the directions. Thanks...I bet they would taste great though!

RookieBaker21 October 29, 2008

Maybe it is just me. But the directions about when,how, and where to put the coconut filling in is unclear. I would really like to make these, but do not want to waste ingredients to try these and have it wrong. I have been a baker for 36 years and am used to clear formulas. Please rewrite a little more clearly. Thanks.

BBQ#1 August 27, 2008

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