Buttery Bubble Bread
Total TimePrep: 25 min. + rising Bake: 30 min.
This is so delicious but the only thing I would change is the amount of sugar, unless you're making a dessert bread. My family thought it needed more salt, and less sugar but that being said, it was my first time making bread and it was super easy to make! I'll definitely be making this again. I browned the butter with garlic and fresh rosemary which was great!
This was an excellent recipe!! I used my bread maker to make this recipe on the dough cycle. I placed the ingredients in order that other bread maker recipes list, in the amounts shown. it came out perfect, I didn't have to add flour or liquid during mixing. The only thing I changed was I used this really good Garlic Butter that I get at Sam's Club. It turned out amazing. You could make cinnamon bread very easy with recipe. Awesome recipe!!! If I could give it more stars I would!
What do they mean "dip the balls in butter?" Is it just a portion of the ball, or is it the entire ball?
Agree with not using shortening but unsalted butter instead. Pie crust stays crisp with shortening, not butter....call that experience. Also, for my soft bread that will stay soft till it is gone..I use milk only. The pan can be anything from a round angel food cake pan, a ring mold (we make ice rings too) to round Bundt brand pan. Product metal will be from heavy metal to aluminum content, meaning adjust the temp and time of baking.
Yummy my daughter said after we glazed some frosting on it and some cinnamon-sugar mix.
This bread is delicious. My son requests it every time he comes home.
This was really good when it was warm, fresh out of the oven however it became the consistency of day old bread when it cooled. I’m wondering if I had used butter rather than shortening, it would have stayed soft longer? I would also cut the sugar in half, it tasted like cinnamon rolls without the frosting. Everyone loved the monkey bread effect though! I’d make it again with a few adjustments, thanks for sharing!
This was very good. Didn't make any changes first go round, but probably will next time. Oh, Shannon, not all fluted pans are Bundts! Just clarifying that.
A very good recipe love it ??
sounds like a brioche... minus the shortening of course... never used it in any bread ever, don't know why you can't use butter for this. Also why would you need to grease the Bundt... is the correct word for this pan... if you're dipping each piece in butter?? seems a little much, that's why they look a little burnt. I would not bake them for so long at such a low temp. I would call this recipe butter buns in a bundt... sounds better :D