I have been fiddling around with this recipe for chocolate chip sprinkle bread for a while now.
Should I add a banana or is it better without one? Two eggs or three? Stir sprinkles through the mixture of just on the top?
And the answer to all those questions is… yes.
Yes add a banana, or don’t, it’s good either way. Yes definitely three eggs, but it’s perfectly fine with two. Stir through the sprinkles if you can do it quick enough, but a just generous layer on sprinkles on top is excellent as well.
And yes to this recipe being easy, versatile, forgiving, and delicious!
This chocolate chip sprinkle bread is so easy to make, it’s perfect for the kids to cook.
The recipe uses straight forward ingredients and it’s pretty hard to muck this one up.
You can add a mashed banana, or leave it out, substitute the cup of plain flour for wholemeal flour, use dark chocolate, milk chocolate or white chocolate chips, add sprinkles, or leave them out. No matter what we’ve tried it’s always tasted great!
The only slightly tricky thing is the sprinkles. If you want to stir your sprinkles through the mixture so they bake into the cake, you need do it quickly and get that cake batter into the pan and into the oven fast, before the colour dissolves into the cake mix. But let’s not make this tricky, just cover the top of the mixture with sprinkles before you put it in the oven and it will be delicious!
Serving Size: 1
Amount Per Serving: Calories: 264
Please note: this recipe uses Australian measurements and temperatures, if you need to convert measurements or temperatures you can find our printable cooking conversion chart here.
I think this recipe could be renamed ‘Yes bread’ because you can do almost anything you want to it and the answer is still ‘yes… it’s delicious!’
If you are looking for more easy cake recipes to cook for, or with, the kids – try one of these: