Chocolate Chip Bread Machine Mix

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Create your own Chocolate Chip Bread machine mix! This simple make ahead mix recipe makes a wonderful addition to gift baskets or as a simple make ahead recipe that can be tossed into the bread machine at a moments notice. It boasts of a just a hint of cinnamon and an explosion of chocolate chips in each bite.

You’ll Need:
3 cups bread flour
2 tablespoons brown sugar
2 tablespoons granulated sugar
1 teaspoon salt
1 teaspoon cinnamon

1 cup chocolate chips (measure into small baggie)

In a zip-style bag or vacuum seal bag combine bread flour, brown sugar, granulated sugar, salt, cinnamon, mixing well to completely combine. Set the baggie of chocolate chips on top. This makes 1 Pkg of Mix.


To Make the Bread:

1 Pkg of Chocolate Chip Bread Machine Mix (See above)
4 tablespoons soft butter
1 egg
1 cup warm milk (80F)
1/4 cup water (80F)
1 package bread machine yeast

Combine all items in your bread machine as directed by the manufacturer and bake using the setting for a 2lb loaf.

As an example, Our bread machine requires the liquids to go into the bread machine pan first, then add the bread mix, make a shallow well in the center and add the package of yeast. Dot the 4 corners of the pan with softened butter. Bake on the setting for a 2lb Basic Loaf or 2 Lb Sweet-loaf (your choice). Make sure that you choose the setting that allows you to add fruit/nuts/etc later and when that beeper goes off, add your chocolate chips at that time. Otherwise you will have a loaf of Chocolate bread instead.

The ingredients for the bread mix can be stored in mason jars, just add a package of yeast to the top and attach directions. Alternatively you can make this with instant dry milk by adding 1/3 cup instant dry milk in the mix and changing the water to 1 1/4 cups TOTAL.

See Also: How to Make a Bread Machine Mix Recipe Without a Bread Machine


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1 Comment

  1. i bake for my grandchildren’s teachers and one of them is severely lactose intolerant. i substituted coconut milk for the water and the powered milk in the bread machine. it is less expensive than soy or almond and comes in cans so you don’t have to buy a big container.

    also the coconut milk is odorless and tasteless, so it doesn’t change the taste of your baked goods.

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