Recipe for "Easy Stollen with Pancake Mix."
|Material ( Serves 2 to 3 )|
|pancake mix||150g (5.29oz)|
|(cow's) milk||1 tablespoon|
|dried fruit||50g (1.76oz)|
|Nuts of your choice||30g (1.06oz)|
|melted butter||10g (0.35oz)|
|Powdered sugar (for topping)||proper quantity|
Here is a simple recipe for Stollen made with pancake mix, which will not last as long as the original German Stollen, which is savored little by little for about 4 weeks, but it is so easy and trouble-free to bake that you will want to make it again and again before Christmas!
Easy Stollen with Pancake Mix Recipe
IngredientsWhat you will need.
150g (5.29oz) pancake mix
1 tbsp milk
2 tbsp sugar
50g (1.76oz) dried fruit
30g (1.06oz) nuts of your choice
10g (0.35oz) melted butter
powdered sugar (for topping) to taste
A little rum if you like! It is also recommended to soak dried fruits in rum beforehand.
PreparationMix eggs, milk and sugar in a bowl until well combined.
Add the pancake mix and mix with a rubber spatula.
Add dried fruits and nuts and mix. When the dough is well blended, knead it together with your hands. If the dough sticks to your hands and is difficult to knead, apply a small amount of oil (not included) to your hands to make it easier.
When the dough comes together, place it on a cookie sheet and shape it into an oval. If the dough sticks to your hands and is difficult to knead, you can use a spoon.
Bake in a preheated oven at 180 degrees Celsius for 20 to 30 minutes.
While the dough is still hot, brush the entire surface with melted butter and leave to cool.
When the dough has cooled completely, sprinkle powdered sugar over the entire surface! When ready to eat, slice thinly and share.
Easy Stollen with Pancake Mix How does it taste?It tastes so good! When you bite into the dough, the surface is crispy and the inside is fluffy and moist, and the crunchy, juicy dried fruits and crunchy nuts come one after another. The gentle sweetness of the dough covered with soft powdered sugar melts and spreads on your tongue along with the sweetness of the fruit and the fragrance of the nuts...it is truly a Stollen in terms of both mouth-watering and flavorful satisfaction! It is both delicious and light, so you can easily eat two or three pieces at a time. By the way, if you let it sit overnight, the dough will become more blended and moist to the touch.
The original Stollen is a relatively long-lived bread that is eaten over a period of about four weeks, but the one made with this recipe will not last as long. Please seal tightly with plastic wrap and store in a cool, dark place to finish eating within a few days! Even if you finish it right away, you can make it again and again before Christmas because it is so easy!