Pinspiration – numero dos
I LOVE King’s Hawaiian Bread.
Source: King’s Hawaiian Bread
Really love. I buy the rolls just to eat by themselves. It’s my aunt’s fault. She’s the one who introduced me to them way back when.
While I know they’re nothing like King’s Hawaiian Sweet Bread, I still felt compelled to try them out and see if it would be cheaper to make these than to buy those.
Thus, Pinspiration – numero dos, was created.
From here you’re to mix it all up and place it onto a bisquick-floured suface and cut shapes to place into a buttered 9-in square pan. Well, I poured the mixture onto a bisquick-floured surface but it was too sticky and gross and it wouldn’t form from my cutter.
Then I baked it in a preheated 450 degrees F oven. The recipe calls for 12-15 minutes or until slightly browned. Mine took 18 minutes to turn slightly brown. (I forgot to take a picture of it right out of the oven.)
I’m not quite sure how I feel about them. When I placed the first bite into my mouth, I didn’t have that instant “OMG! I’m in love!”. But after a few more bites, I thought they tasted okay. I’m sure the missing butter has something to do with it too. So I will make them again but with the butter so I can make a more accurate decision.
Thanks for reading!
All images, except the first two, have been edited by Pixlr.com/express.