Sugar Bread

Introduction: Sugar Bread

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This is the perfect recipe for a weekend Breakfast or Dessert treat. Similar to a doughnut, it is so good, you'll never go back! Our cousins invited us over to sleep over during the winter, and it was a great snack! Now, we want you to enjoy this delicious recipe also!

Note: Any fan of doughnuts is sure to love this!

*Disclaimer: Pictures of Brown Sugar and Bread with pan is not mine.
*Disclaimer 2: Thank you hcelestine for permission to use your amazing sugar bread picture! :)

Step 1: Preperations:

What you need:

An oven heated at 375 degrees.

-1 1/2 cup of Bisquick
-1/2 cup of Milk or Water.
-1/2 cup of sugar.
-2 tablespoons of Butter, Margin, or Shortening.
-1 egg.
-1 teaspoon of Vanilla.

Brown Sugar Icing:
-2 tablespoons of Milk.
-1/2 cup of Brown Sugar.
-1 tablespoon of Butter.

*Note: There is Substitutes listed. Only use one of the listed ingredients.

Step 2: Baking the Sugar Bread:

Mix the 1 1/2 cup of Bisquick, 1/2 cup of sugar, 2 tablespoons of Butter (Margin and Shortening for substitutes.), 1 teaspoon of Vanilla, 1 egg, and the 1/2 cup of Milk or Water.
Mix the recipe together and put in the oven for a half hour (30 minutes ), until it's a golden brown or thoroughly cooked. You can also bake it in a dough-making* pan for easier serving.

Tip: Milk makes it more moist in the end, and not so dry. It will still be as good if water is used.
*See the image above as an example.

Step 3: Making the Brown Sugar Icing:

Mix the 2 tablespoons of Milk (Use Milk. Not water!.), 1/2 cup of Brown Sugar, and 1 tablespoon of Butter (Substitutes work also.) together. Do not heat this. The butter chunk will slowly disappear because of the Brown Sugar texture. Mix until you can't see the butter.

Step 4: Applying the Icing to the Bread:

Once the bread is done, apply the Brown Sugar icing while the bread is still hot . Once it is applied, pop in the oven for about 5 minutes or until the surface begins to bubble . Best when served hot.

Serving varies by served slice sizes . ;)

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One cup of Bisquick can be substituted by a mix of
one cup of flour,
1½ teaspoons of baking powder,
½ teaspoon of salt, and 1
tablespoon of oil or melted butter.
*(from :P


Does it bake in a large bread pan as shown or is it a different sized pan? I was thinking of giving it a try. When I do, I'll take photos and you can choose to use them if you'd like.


Reply 10 years ago on Introduction

It can be baked in anything. Including a casserole dish.
Bon` Appetite!

You're fine. Thanks for the offer though. I haven't baked any recently, so I wasn't able to take pics.


Reply 10 years ago on Introduction

I don't have a camera source. That's why I put "*Disclaimer" on the instructables.
I'll see if I can get another source for pics.

Thank you for the response!