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Kid-Friendly Coffee Bread

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Need a break.....have a slice of this Coffee Bread to give you the kick of coffee but in much milder way and it is kid-friendly too.

I'm never a big fan of coffee so I seldom use coffee in my baking, this is my first take in baking with coffee. Overall, this bread has a very mild coffee flavor that comes from the coffee chip (chocolate chip that has coffee flavor) and 3 in 1 coffee mix, it is gentle enough for kiddo :)

This bread is very soft and fluffy and since it is a coffee bread so I think it is more socially acceptable compare to cinnamon, strawberry or ginger bread...haha! One thing I know for sure is that coffee bread is so universally loved and so acceptable at any time of the day...so you better bring enough to share if you are going to eat with your friend.

Hope you will like and love this bread / recipe.....xoxo!

Kid-Friendly Coffee Bread

125gm Milk
75gm Greek Yogurt
1 Egg
25gm Butter (Softened)
1 tsp Salt
2 tbsp Sugar (less sweet version - you can have it at 30gm max!)
15gm 3 in 1 Coffee Mix (I used OldTown White Coffee mix)
270gm Bread Flour
30gm Cake Flour
1.5 tsp Instant Yeast
80gm Coffee Chip

2tsp Milk (for brushing)


  1. Lightly coat the coffee chip with some bread flour and put them in the freezer for 15-20 minutes (by freezing the chip will lessen the chances for the chip to melt and disappear into the bread)
  2. Put the remaining ingredients in the bread maker pan following the order given in your manufacturer's instructions, or in the order listed here.
  3. Set the bread maker for the Sweet setting and 1.5 lbs size, and set the Crust/Color setting for light.
  4. When the ping for adding ingredients goes off, add the frozen coffee chip.
  5. Brush the top of the loaf with milk before the baking begins - the Susu-Banjir style!
  6. Turn the loaf out onto a wire rack as soon as possible after baking is complete. Let it cool completely before slicing the bread.

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