Tuesday, May 5, 2015

Nutella Bread

I can write captions underneath my pictures.

How would you feel if I wrote my whole introduction
in teeny tiny caption text?

 It would probably get overlooked. And, even if people
did see it they would probably have to squint.

I might not do this again, but it's fun.

Can you even tell that this is a caption?

It lets me go on and on and on!

Will I run out of room?

I think I'm having way too much fun with this!

I just want to keep on writing!

What do you think, should I write a whole post like this?

No? You're right, I shouldn't do that.

Enjoy this normal-looking Nutella Bread post!



  • 1 pound bread flour
  • 2 tsp. yeast
  • A pinch of salt
  • 1 ounce unsalted butter, melted
  • 3/4 to 1 cup warm milk
  • 2 eggs, separated (save both the yolks and the whites!)
  • 1 cup Nutella



1. Attach a dough hook to your stand mixer.

2. Put the flour, yeast, salt, butter, 3/4 cup of warm milk and the yolks into a mixer. If it seems dry, add the extra milk by the tablespoon. Mix for about 10 minutes or until smooth.

3. Move to a greased bowl and cover. Let rise for 1 1/2 to 2 hours, or until doubled in size.

Nutella Bread:

1. Cut the dough into four equal pieces

2. Take one piece of the dough and roll it into a circle bigger than one of your plates. (You'll use your plate later on. Make sure that it is bigger than you plate!)

3. Move your dough onto a parchment lined rimless cookie sheet.

See the spatula? This is an example of  "messy".
4. Mark the dough with the rim of you plate. Warm 1/3 cup of Nutella in the microwave. Use a spatula to spread the Nutella to the edge of the "plate mark" on your dough. (Make a thin layer of Nutella, if you use too much, it can make your bread sloppy. We used too much and it was messy.)

5. Take another piece of dough and roll it out as before. Move the dough onto the first Nutella-covered layer. Mark with a plate.

6. Melt 1/3 cup of the Nutella and spread it out to the mark just as before.

7. Roll out a the third piece of dough and roll it out (are you seeing a pattern?) Lay the dough onto the two Nutella-slathered pieces.

8. Mark the dough with the rim of you plate. Warm 1/3 cup of Nutella in the microwave. Use a spatula to spread the Nutella to the edge of the "plate mark" on your dough.

9. Roll out your final piece of dough just as before. Lay it on top of the three-layered Nutella goodness.

10. Lay your plate on the layers and use a knife and use a knife to trim the edges.

11. Use a glass to mark the center of your dough. Using a sharp knife, cut marks from the edge to the mark, leaving the center in tact. Cut four even "slices".

12. Then, go back around and cut each quarter in half, giving you eight sections.

13. Lastly, go back one more time and cut four more slices. This should give you 16 cuts in your dough, all the while keeping your middle in tact.

14. Take two pieces and twist them away from each other.

15. Twist them away from each other again. Pinch the edges together.

16. Cover with a damp tea towel for 15 minutes.

17. Meanwhile, preheat oven to 350.

18. Right before you put the dough into the oven, beat the egg whites to break them up. Brush it onto the dough.

19. Bake for 15-20 minutes, or until golden brown.

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