It has been quite a rough week 🙁
Work, home chores, and baby’s down with fever the past week. The fever had subsided but she’s having bad tummy – which we are not sure if that warrants a visit to the PD.
Oh well, I guess this is part of parenting haha!
Made her some pumpkin toast – so it’s easy on her tum tum. I didn’t follow the steps in the recipe, just made the loaf in the bread machine. The texture of the bread is a little denser than usual, so I probably want to just knead the dough in the machine, and proof and bake separately 🙂
Oh, and I find this loaf a little on the sweet side, I might cut the sugar to 15 or 20g next time!
Pumpkin Toast (Recipe Adapted from Butter.Flour&Me)
– 80g milk
– 120g mashed pumpkin
– 30g sugar (Original was 50g)
– 1g salt
– 300g bread flour
– 30g butter
– 1 tsp yeast
– Chopped raisins (Slightly more than a handful; add more if you like)
1. Place ingredients into bread pan accordingly.
2. Select menu and start bread machine.
*I am using Panasonic bread maker which allows me to place the yeast separately. Else, do place the salt and sugar on separate corners; dig a well in the middle to place the salt. I also added the chopped raisins at a later stage, as my bread maker is able to prompt me to add in nuts & raisins.
*For a softer loaf, please visit Butter Flour & Me’s site for full method.