Cocoa Coffee Bread

Essay To Make Cocoa Coffee Bread with Raspberries

This is a coffee bread recipe, which uses cocoa beans and raspberry jam. The recipe is simple, easy to make and tastes great. Coffee and raspberries are two of the most popular ingredients in cocoa coffee bread. This is a sweet and fruity combination that makes it perfect to serve with a cup of coffee.

A sweet, rich bread that could practically be considered a cake, but let’s just call it bread, so we can eat it for breakfast.

*color balance is a bit off in these photos; I know; I was having trouble going from scanner to photoshop. 

So finally, a recipe post! I feel like I have not posted a proper recipe in a long time. But I have gotten back into the swing of things and am baking like crazy again. Going to the farmer’s market in San Francisco has made me want to bake up a storm.

Everything looks so amazing and fresh there that I get so many ideas about what to bake. On Sunday, I baked three different things and photographed them, of course. All from goodies from the farmers market, so more frequent recipe posts to come!

This bread comes out super soft and luscious, and the whole raspberries in it make a nice little surprise. Swap out the raspberries for any other berry you fancy; blueberries would be a great idea and make it a nice dark-colored loaf. 

Another delivery in the city today for the bakery. This one was pretty close to the crowds downtown, but I at least found a spot to stop for a minute to let my co-worker run out of the car to deliver the cupcakes.

And then getting back to the shop was a bit of an adventure. Knowing that we needed to head to the right of where we were and not understanding why the GPS said to left, we decided to go our own way, which did not work out the best.

Cocoa Coffee Bread

After a few confusing turns, we ended up on the Bay Bridge, which was the exact opposite of where the shop was. We needed to go further into San Francisco, not leave it entirely. Luckily we were able to turn around at Treasure Island, so we didn’t have to pay the bridge toll, which is outrageous. 

The photo above is my favorite; I love how crackly the tops of the loaf came out. 

I’m going to see the Claire Ptak baking demo/lecture presentation thing tomorrow night! I can’t wait!!

Cocoa Coffee Bread With Raspberries

  • 1/2 cup (114g) butter, soft
  •  1 cup (200g) sugar
  •  2 eggs
  •  1 1/2 cups (187g) flour
  •  1/2 cup (59g) unsweetened cocoa
  •  1/2 tsp salt
  •  1/2 tsp baking powder
  •  1/2 tsp baking soda
  •  2 tbsp instant coffee
  •  1 cup (236ml) buttermilk
  •  2 pints raspberries
  •  Salted butter for serving
Cocoa Coffee Bread with Raspberries

Oven 350. Butter & flour two 3″ x 7″ loaf pans.

In a bowl, sift together flour, cocoa, salt, baking powder and baking soda. Set aside. Dissolve the instant coffee in the buttermilk, set aside. In a large bowl, cream butter & sugar together. Mix in one egg at a time. In alternating batches, gradually mix in flour mixture & buttermilk mixture. 

Once thoroughly combined, fold in raspberries. Pour into loaf pans & bake for 30-40 minutes, until a toothpick comes out clean. Let cool completely on a wire rack. Remove from pan, slice, slather with a healthy amount of butter, then serve.

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