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Nutella Twist Bread Recipe

Nutella bread

Now I’m no baker, I do try, but I’m not particularly good at it. But this nutella twist bread was so easy to make and it I think it turned out pretty well. And let me assure you, it tastes amazing! Everyone loves bread, and nutella, right? So this is like a match made in heaven.

I made the dough for this in my breadmaker machine, which made the process a lot easier and the bread was much better than if it has been make by hand. If you don’t already have a breadmaker, check out breadmakers by Panasonic.

I got this recipe from here, it’s definitely worth popping over and checking out the photos on that post as they explain some of the steps really well. However, the ingredients on that post are in cups, I have converted them to grams which you may find easier to follow.

  • 1/2 teaspoon yeast
  • 250ml warm water
  • 300g strong white bread flour
  • 1 teaspoon salt
  • 1 tablespoon sugar
  • Nutella – I used about 3 tablespoons

  • Pop your ingredients into the pan of your breadmaker, wet ingredients first and yeast last.
  • Set your machine to the dough setting.
  • When this has finished, put your dough in a bowl (or you can leave it in the breadmaker pan) and cover with cling film. Leave for around an hour or until the dough has doubled in size.
  • Roll your dough out into a rectangle and spread the nutella, leaving around an inch border all the way around. I heated my nutella up in the microwave for about 30 seconds to make it easier to spread.
  • Roll your dough up, just like a swiss roll.
  • Next you need to cut the dough right down the middle, leaving it still attached at the top.
  • Now twist the two sections all the way down, like a plait.
  • Line a baking tray with baking paper and carefully transfer your bread to the tray. Cover with cling film for about 30 minutes.
  • Preheat your oven at this point to 170 degrees.
  • Bake for around 30 minutes.

What do you think to this recipe? Is this something you might attempt?

Thanks for reading.

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