Triple-Chocolate Quick Bread
Total TimePrep: 20 min. Bake: 35 min. + cooling
I'd used 10-oz. package of semi-sweet chocolate chips for this recipe: 1 cup for melting to use in the bread recipe and balance for the batter as chocolate chips. I did omit the salt for the glazing. I found out that the Triple Chocolate meant that 1 cup chips were melted, and the 1/2 cup was just for the batter and another 1/2 cup was for the glaze. I will admit that I'd used more cream and confectioners' sugar in glaze and I'd substituted cherry chips for chocolate chips.
I added all of the chips to the batter and skipped the glaze. I also added an extra 1/4 cup butter. The bread came out great! These would also make great muffins!
Just made these and they are pretty good. Didn't get to make the frosting, didn't have powdered sugar, and my daughter (helper) fell asleep before they got done baking. I will say they do need some kind of frosting or something. They are just slightly on the dry side. Maybe cause I did a muffins instead of loaves. I reduced the baking time. Anywho, I'll make them again, but with frosting or eat with a glass of milk.
I made these as muffins like a previous reviewer did. They were very tasty, but I do agree they were a tad dry. Would definitely add more chocolate chips into the batter tho, as all I had was regular ones.
I've made this for church activities and always get requests on the recipe.
My family loves this recipe. I double the recipe and freeze the extra loafs to eat later in the week.
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The taste was ok, but this turned out drier than I like. Maybe a couple tablespoons of oil would help?
I thought so at first, too, until I read the directions. Some of the chocolate chips are melted, cooled and stirred in with the eggs, the rest are added at the end.
"Triple Chocolate" would indicate 3 chocolates, but I only see 2. One in the bread and one in the glaze. Am I missing something?