Tuesday, 15 January 2019

Cheats Chocolate Bread~Recipe Swap Jan 2019



I am a member of the facebook Recipe swap group where food bloggers are paired with another blogger in the group and they get the opportunity to discover their partners blog and select a recipe to recreate. This is a great way to make new friends, discover new blogs to follow and learn new styles of global cuisines.

This month I was allocated Seema's blog mildlyindian. Seema is a vegetarian blogger, living in Sydney, who is also an avid traveller, she says in her bio that she gets inspiration for her recipes whilst travelling. Looking through the blog there was a lovely mix of travel posts and recipe posts. I loved all the south Indian style recipes and have book marked a few to try.



My choice for the recipe swap was the 2 ingredient ice cream loaf bread recipe on Seemas blog. I was intrigued as to how this recipe would work. I also had a half empty tub of chocolate ice cream that needed to be eaten so I thawed it to use it up. I had to make minor changes to the recipe ie adding a little more liquid. I also added a handful of chocolate chips that were in my pantry screaming to be used.The result was a very tasty chocolate  bread, however it was a little dense, maybe because I used 100% whole meal flour rather than a lighter flour.


The chocolate bread was wonderful served with a dusting of cocoa powder and some tart raspberries and accompanied by a cup of piping hot coffee.

Yield: 12 slices

Cheats Chocolate Bread

This is a delicious cheats sweetchocolate loaf bread that can be made with store cupboard ingredients.
prep time: 5 minscook time: 30 minstotal time: 35 mins

Ingredients:

2 cups chocolate chip ice cream thawed.
1.5 cups whole wheat flour
A handful chocolate chips(optional)
1 teaspoon cocoa for dusting.
2-3 tablespoons milk

Instructions

  1. Preheat the oven to 180 degrees C
  2. Line an 8 inch loaf pan with grease proof paper and keep aside. Alternatively grease and dust with flour.
  3. Add the thawed ice cream into a mixing bowl and give it a quick whisk 
  4. Add the whole wheat flour and gently fold it in with light hands. Once mixed add the chocolate chips. If the mixture seems too stiff add a couple of tablespoons on milk or water.I had to do this to make the batter dropping consistency.
  5.  Try not to over whisk the mixture.
  6. Pour the mix into the prepared baking tin.
  7. Bake in the preheated oven for about 30 minutes, to test if the chocolate bread is ready insert a skewer into the center of the bread if it comes out clean its ready, if not cook for another 5 -10 minutes. My bread took only 30 minutes to cook
  8. Once cooked remove from oven and cool in tin. Once totally cooled remove from tin and slice. Dust with cocoa powder.

NOTES:

It can be made with any icecream flavour.

Created using The Recipes Generator



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To see what the recipes other bloggers created from their recipe swap partners, please check the posts below.

Mirelle- Githeri
Ali- Blueberry, Cardamom, Lemon Muffins.
Renu-Instant Ragi Idli
Lathiya- Vegan Pumpkin Falafel
Sasmita-Rice Flour
Mayuri-Instant Semolina Idli
Rafeeda-Double Bean Scirracha Hummus
Jagruti-Non alcoholic Green Apple Martini
Seema- Pumpkin Chia Popsicle
Jayashree-Cantaloupe, carrot and beetroot smoothie
Priya-Malabar Masala Choru
Archana - Fresh Hara Chana Chaat
Sanndhya- Dry Garlic Powder Chutney

31 comments:

  1. Oh, this sounds like such a fun dessert to make! It looks incredible and I'm sure it tasted amazing as well. :)

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  2. Interesting recipe - bread made with thawed ice cream... hearing it for the first time.

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  3. I have never seen thawed ice cream used in a recipe like this before. I am intrigued and love anything chocolate so I'll have to give it a try!

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  4. I love this easy bake..I too bake this when I have more Ice cream during winter..It is an awesome recipe and the chocolate bread looks awesome

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  5. Thnakyou for picking this recipe from my blog and validating it, Nayana. Yes, the bread is a bit denser than the regular bread. I like the way you have tried chocolate ice cream,now I am tempted to try again too.

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  6. What an interesting recipe! It looks so good - I can imagine how great this would be with a cup of coffee first thing in the morning!

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  7. what a fabulous way to transform ice cream into something new and delicious. Love the concept and will have to try it!

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  8. I had eyed this on Seema's space when she posted this! But I will have to hide ice cream if I need to make this... love that this is with chocolate flavor... kids will surely enjoy!

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  9. This cheats chocolate bread recipe is so easy yet tastes delectable, perfect for a coffee morning.

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  10. What a great recipe! Definitely going to make this sometime!

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  11. Give me anything chocolate and it is for me. This recipe looks great and easy to make! I'll have to give it a try with my boys.

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  12. This and coffee sounds like my kind of breakfast. My boys will definitely love this, too.

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  13. It looks yummy, surely going to try this out. Thanks for sharing this recipe.

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  14. When I had seen this recipe on Seema's blog was really intrigued that one could use ice cream to make a cake. Adding chocolate chips makes it more flavourful and you're tempting me try this recipe.

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  15. Oh so yum! This chocolate bread recipe sounds like the perfect dessert to cool off with.

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  16. Chocolate bread, yummy! I am definitely going to have to try this one.

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  17. Wow, that looks so yummy! I love the idea of putting on a thawed ice cream. It sounds so delicious.

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  18. Wow, I love this chocolate bread recipe it is so delicious and look so easy to prepare. I will def try to make this for the whole family.

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  19. My kids would absolutely love these. This would disappear in no time at our house! This is my kind of weekend treat.

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  20. This chocolate bread recipe looks so easy to make and its really delicious. I am sure my kids will definitely love this!

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  21. That is such a fun recipe. I have always seen bakes with ice cream, but have never tried it before. I am going to bookmark this recipe to try soon.

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  22. This looks so mouthwatering! I need this in my life asap! Yum.

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  23. The idea of making a chocolate bread is great. I would love to try out the recipe. It would serve amazingly well during coffee times.

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  24. Yummy. Chocolate coated recipes are always 💯. I love how your Facebook group allows you connect with other bloggers. It must be boring in the blogosphere without friends.

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  25. What an interesting combination to make bread. I hadn't heard of this before, but I like how tempting this could be as a snack.

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  26. Ice cream loaf bread sounds so yum. I love the fact that it is a simple recipe with not too many complicated ingredients

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  27. I want to to thank you for this great read!! I definitely enjoyed
    every bit of it. I have you saved as a favorite to look
    at new stuff you post…

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  28. Ah that chocolate cake is making me drool. They are so tempting. Would love to try them with some coffee.

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  29. This certainly is a very unusual and innovative bread recipe with no raising agent. It looks delicious and being chocolate would go down well with my family.

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  30. This is a nice one, good to make use of the left over ice creams in the freezer. Yumm

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  31. This chocolate bread recipe looks really delicious. so easy to make and it will be finished up at my place in few times ;P

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