Friday, April 2, 2010

Chocolate ButterScotch Marble Amish Friendship Bread

The sky would be the limit if there were one for versions of Amish Friendship Bread. I am always thinking to come up with a new variation. This is another fun version I am glad I thought of. To make this, you'll need the starter which you can make using a Starter Recipe. Also you can buy it online or you may get it from a friend..hence the name Friendship bread :). Once you have the starter bag, follow these easy instructions from thehappyzombie website. I'll say that the steps are easy to follow and you should not get discouraged when you see a long page of instructions. Once you've followed those instructions and the baking day comes on day 10, follow the recipe below to make this specific version. This version needs butterscotch, white chocolate, and chocolate batters. So, how did I do it...? I used different pudding flavors. Pretty easy, isn't it?

Pre-heat oven to 325°. To 2 cups of day 10 batter in the bowl, add:
3 eggs
1 cup Canola oil
1 cup milk
1 cup sugar
1/2 tsp vanilla
1 1/2 tsp baking powder
1 tsp baking soda
1/2 tsp salt
2 cups flour
1 box white chocolate pudding

Mix the above in that order and what you'll get is a white chocolate batter. Divide the batter in 2 equal parts in 2 bowls. Leave one as is and add 1 box butterscotch pudding to the other half.

For the third flavor, please use 2 cups of triple chocolate batter from my next post.

Grease or butter a bundt pan. Pour the half of the white chocolate batter in the pan, then add half of the butterscotch and make swirls using a knife. Then add the chocolate batter, then white and butterscotch batter alternately and make swirls again. Bake for 1 hour 20 min or till a tooth pick comes out clean.

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