Butterscotch White Bread

Yay... This is my 200th post! Oh wow, unbelievable! I've been wanting to make this recipe long time ago but was unable to find the butterscotch chips here. So, I have to make my own butterscotch sauce instead.

Ingredients for Butterscotch :

4 tbsp butter
1 cup brown sugar
3/4 cup whipping cream
1 tbsp vanilla extract
1 tspn salt
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Method :
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Please follow the original recipe.
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And here's my first batch of homemade butterscotch. Hmm..mm.... Truely yummy!

I need easy to handle texture so I chilled it. I used only about a quarter of them.

Ingredients for Bread dough :

340gm Bread flour
20gm milk powder
1/2 tspn salt
240gm warm milk
1/2 tspn vanilla extract
2 tbsp sugar
1tspn yeast
40gm butter
1/2 cup butterscotch chips (omit the sauce if you found the butterscotch chips)
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Method :
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- combine all ingredients together into the mixer.
- mix untill form a soft dough and leave to proof for an hour.
- repeat the kneading process to release the air from dough.
- roll the dough flat and spread on the cold butterscotch.
- roll up the dough like a Swiss roll and place it to a baking tray.
- then leave to proof for another one hour.
- and bake at 190'c for 40mins.
A very nice loaf of bread!
Wow, well done! Of coz, to ME! haha... Frankly, the sauce turned out not as strong as I expected. Quite light! Still trying to look for the butterscotch chips. Hopefully, can get some here!
HAPPY 200th POST, to me!!!

Comments

  1. 200th post! Congratulations. You've given us 200 great posts full of recipes and ideas!
    Thank you!

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  2. congrats,kristy for the 200th post,it's lovely!i wish you many ,many other posts!

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  3. Congratulations on your 200th Post. Wish you have many more 200th posts to come :)

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  4. Congrats on your 200th post daaaaaahling, I've so enjoyed seeing all your wonderful recipies. This bread is incredible. I simply love the flavours you've used.
    Isn't making bread fun?

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  5. Congratulations on your 200th post! This bread looks divine!!!

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  6. Congratulations! Looking forward to many more posts from you!

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  7. Cheers on your 200th post!
    And you chose a lovely recipe...butterscotch bread. Never heard of it before and I would have been tempted to pour that butterscotch over some ice cream!
    I bet your bread is super good toasted, too.

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  8. Woot, 200 posts! The bread looks awesome.

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  9. The bread with butterscotch sounds really wonderful! Huge congrats on the 200th post!

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  10. Woohoo!!! Wow 200th posts, that is so cool, congrats!!

    You are such a great baker! What a beautiful loaf of bread!! I really need to visit and learn how to bake from one of the best!

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  11. congraz, kristy!
    very nice bread to celebrate with!

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  12. Congrats on your 200th post! Well done! Love your homemade bread. Nothing is better than homemade bread. I wish you can make for me. I'm so lazy to make....no patience to wait...hmmm.

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  13. Congrats and many more! Love the bread, would work great with my peppermint tea, can I have a slice?
    Hugs and Kisses:-)

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  14. beautiful loaf...looks delicious..

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  15. Congrats!! The bed looks so delicious

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  16. Congrats on 200 posts.. that loaf looks gorgeous!

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  17. Yay for you and 200 posts! And what a lovely way to celebrate - with this divine bread. I could use some now. I left an "appreciation" for you on my blog.

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  18. Nice loaf of bread, looks so soft and fluffy!

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  19. 200 posts of fabulous deliciouness and great pics ....
    We are celebrating along with u too!!!
    THis butterscotch is excellente....

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  20. happy 200th post! And suh a lovely swirl inside the bread roll.

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  21. HOLY MOLY congrats on your 200th POST that is insane!! And man this loaf of bread looks so lovely...okay what a dangerous recipe I think id be dipping my finger in the butterscotch the entire time ...

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  22. Congrats for having a terrific run of 200 posts they just keep getting better...this one is terrific....so glad I found it on my blog site....didnt see this on foodbuzz anywhere :)

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  23. Happy 200th posts! That is so awesome! I love this butterscotch bread! I bet it would make delicious french toast.

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  24. Happy 200th post, Kristy!!! I love breads with sweet swirls in them. I used to make this brown sugar and cinnamon raison bread, but I lost the recipe. Maybe I can adapt it using yours....

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  25. Happy 200th post, Kristy!!! I love breads with sweet swirls in them. I used to make this brown sugar and cinnamon raison bread, but I lost the recipe. Maybe I can adapt it using yours....

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  26. Congratulations on your 200th post. I hope that you will still be blogging after 200,000 posts :-)

    Yor butterscotch bread looks really good. I can imagine the soft texture wth a hint of butterscotch flavoring. This would make a wonderful toast with coffee in the morning.

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  27. Aren't you amazing to make your own butterscotch! Well done!!! I am so impressed with your creativity and ingenuity.

    And 200 posts! Wow, oh, wow. Two hundred times you have made my day! Looking forward to many more.

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  28. Hello Everyone,

    Thank you so much for all your nice comments and support as well. Really really appreciate it! I'll try my best to spend a little more time in blogging and hopefully more posting coming up after this!

    Hope you all have a tremendous weekend!

    Cheers, Kristy

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  29. I want to grab the whole loaf from the screen! They look divine!

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  30. What an excellent loaf of bread. I will have to make a loaf to use with some fresh apple butter. Nice blog, I am glad I ran across it.

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  31. This is truly a beautiful and delicious sounding bread. You could send this to Wildyeast for her yeast spotting. http://www.wildyeastblog.com/yeastspotting/
    Cheers,
    elra

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  32. Angie : Thanks, sweetie!

    Cocina Savant : Welcome on board! Thanks for visiting my site and hope to hear from you more often.

    Elra : Thanks a million, Daaarling! I'll check that out!

    Have a wonderful weekend!

    Cheers, Kristy

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  33. Kristy..this a great bread and I love the aroma of butterscotch. Thankies for the recipe. I will try this when th Piggies are back. May I know what butter do you normally use. The brand I mean? :)

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  34. Hi Elin,

    Thanks! Glad that you like it too. I'm using Farmcow butter. I'm still hoping to find some butterscotch chips for this recipe coz the flavour is stronger compare to the homemade butterscotch sauce. Unfortuneately, I don't think we could get those here!

    Best regards, Kristy

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  35. Your posts are great. Just think how much work and how much fun you had with your 200 posts. Congratulations. To 200 more and 200 more and 200 more, etc.

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  36. Wonderful postings (and bread) you have here. They all look yummy.
    Just wondering what kind of yeast you use for your breads?

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  37. Hi Sapphire,
    First of all, thanks so much for stopping by my humble little space. So sorry for the late reply, I was away. Btw, I'm using instant yeast for all my bread recipes except the wild yeast recipes (I'll used the natural homemade yeast).
    Hope you'll have fun. Enjoy !
    Blessings, Kristy

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