Candy Cane Chocolate Loaves
Total TimePrep: 25 min. Bake: 50 min. + cooling
Makes3 loaves (12 slices each)
Tasty and interestingly different. And so cute and festive. I agree it was more like cake but still very good. Next time I will try as mini loaves since they would make the perfect gift around the holidays.
These are easy, tasty and very cute! They will make the perfect little Christmas gifts for neighbors, co-workers, teachers, etc. - just wrap them in plastic wrap and tie with a pretty red ribbon.
Made this first as gifts to share with co-workers, and then the second time to share with my Amish neighbors. Well recieved on both counts. I did not have plain yogurt so I substituted chocolate yogurt. The taste was wonderful. Had troubles with the glaze the first time so just went to standard milk and powdered sugar with candy canes crushed and sprinkled over top.
Mix white chocolate chips with the crushed peppermint in the loaves.
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NOt sure what I was expecting but this wasnt it. It was easy and moist but it was just chocolate cake to me.
The bread was very moist and tasty. I made these into "mini" loaves to give as Christmas gifts. Worked great...just reduce baking time by about 10 minutes.
Made this for teacher gifts this year. Very festive looking and pretty.I made 8 mini loaves baked for about 40 minutes on a cookie sheet.Bread is very moist and flavorful.Definitely a great gift,everyone loved it!