Soft Milk Bread Loaf

Soft Milk Bread Loaf



260g bread flour

65g milk, cold

50g heavy cream

30g condensed milk

15g milk powder

30g granulated sugar

10g honey

3g instant yeast

1 egg

22g unsalted butter

3g salt



  1. In the stand mixer bowl, bring together bread flour, milk, heavy cream, condensed milk, milk powder, sugar, honey, instant yeast and 1 egg, beat in medium high speed until a dough ball forms. Add in butter and salt and beat until well combined.
  2. Flour the working surface/pastry mat, divide the dough ball into 3 equal portions, and roll them into 3 dough balls. Cover them with plastic wrap.
  3. Take one dough ball, roll it flat into a long narrow rectangle, turn it upside down and roll it up. Again, roll it flat into a long narrow rectangle, turn it upside down and roll it up. Place it into the bread tin (19.6*10.6*11 cm). Repeat these steps with the other two dough balls and place them into the bread tin as well. Put on the lid and let rise until doubled in size.
  4. Preheat the oven to 356(180) and let bake for 28 minutes. Let cool, slice and serve.
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Great recipe! Thank you for making these recipes available.
To the person asking about cup and spoon measurements, a kitchen scale is very inexpensive, or use one of the many online converter programs, you can even just Google the conversion. The person running this site has already done a good deal of work developing and then posting the recipes for free. And you want them to go back and do more work because you can’t do a simple conversion? Come on….

Jack Arduini

Thank you for the great recipe!

Could it be that I missed between the lines the first rise phase after combining the ingredients and kneading? Or is there only one rise in this recipe?


Love this recipe!!! I’m so glad I have a mixer! And a scale. I’m looking for cheat meal ideas and this one seems to be awesome with smoked brisket sandwich making. Thank you!


Thanks for shared recipe .. looks yummy .. will tty it GB

Lianadewi Lily

I love this bread recipe, please I’d love it if you can share measurements of the ingredients using measuring cups and spoon. I don’t have scale to measure all items in grams.
I would really appreciate ma’am.

Peace Ndubueze

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