Cinnamon Roll Holiday Tree Bread Recipe is a simple but outstandingly delicious beautiful treat.
It is that time of the year again. That comforting time of the year to be surrounded by family, friends and sweet treats.
One such sweet treat is the delicious Christmas tree bread. You might be wondering “What on earth is a tree bread”? But no need to fret, there are no culling of trees needed to make this absolute mouth-watering bread.
The only things needed to make this bread are the ingredients, some time and family to share the final product or the work. This bread is cut into the shape of a Christmas tree and is filled with the most enjoyable sweet cinnamon goodness.
The recipe is so easy to follow you will easily be tempted to make more than one and hand them to family and friends.
One batch can make 4 bread trees
– 3 eggs
– 3 cups milk
– 3/4 cup oil
– 3/4 cup sugar
– 1 tablespoon salt
– 3/4 cup warm water
– 2 tablespoon dry yeast
– 1 teaspoon sugar (set aside)
– flour to sprinkle on kitchen counter so bread tree does not sticks
Once out of the oven the bread is a perfect golden brown, puffed up in all the right places to not leave any gaps. While still warm you can top the bread with powdered sugar or decorate with multi-colored sprinkles for that truly festive look and feel. You may even decide to make a few for Christmas day decorated in different ways.
There is no need for any specially shaped bread pans to make this tree bread. A few perfectly places cuts and slices, resulting in the tree shape needed for this bread. Once you have the basic shape and the necessary slices for the tree branches, all you need to do is twist the pieces to give the bread more form and texture.
Then place it in the oven and enjoy with family, friends and loved ones.
There is nothing better to share on Christmas morning with hot chocolate for the kids or coffee for the older members of the household. Also, don’t forget to leave one out for the big guy in the furry red suit.
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