Although I’ve not attempted to make a mini Panettone for Christmas before, after my bread making course my confidence with all things bread and yeast has definitely increased.
Mini Panettone make lovely little gifts for Christmas, after wrapping in baking parchment paper pop them in cellophane wrap and tie with a bow. These were for Miss ND’s pre-school gifts along with some homemade iced Christmas biscuits. I shall be making my Stollen next and some Stollen bites for our usual Christmas Eve breakfast.
This recipe comes from the Baking Mad website, so many lovely baking recipes there. for once I stuck to the sugar allocation and the Panettone did not taste overly sweet even with the sultanas and mixed peel. I would definitely add more dried fruit and mixed peel next time though and maybe some dark chocolate chips!
This is another recipe I will definitely be baking again and again as apart from the 3 provings (don’t let the 6 hour prep time put you off, you can start in the morning and have it all done by tea time) the Panettone were very easy to make and came out beautifully.
Thanks to Tesco for providing the flour for the Panettone.
Linking up with Helen from The Crazy Kitchen and Helen from Mummy Mishaps for the #GreatBloggersBakeOff