Chocolate Coated Barley Puff Rolls

These days, bread-making ingredients are sold very expensively in shops. In our household, at least, sweets enjoyed on a day to day basis have to be gentle on the body as well as the wallet, and make the kids happy at the same time. This time, I didn t use just chocolate coated barley puffs, but also included strawberry coated barley puffs. You can just as well only use the chocolate version and be just fine. When you use the strawberry puffs instead, the pink color might pale a bit, but the taste will stay just fine. If you only use chocolate and only want to make one roll, that s fine too, but I would recommend splitting it into two batches after the second proofing stage, to make the work easier for you. Recipe by caramel-cookie


  1. 200 grams Bread (strong) flour
  2. 1 tsp Instant dry yeast
  3. 30 grams Granulated sugar
  4. 1/3 tsp Salt
  5. 20 grams Butter
  6. 140 ml Lukewarm water
  7. 2 bags Chocolate coated barley puffs (15 g per bag)


  1. Change In a bowl combine flour yeast sugar and salt (keeping the salt separate from the yeast) Aiming for the yeast add in the lukewarm water Once the dough has been mixed well like you are kneading add in the butter Once its smooth knead for 15 minutes
  2. Change Once you are done kneading make sure to pull and tuck in the edges forming the dough into a ball Grease a bowl lightly with oil (not listed in ingredients) and place the ball of dough in it Cover this with plastic wrap or a tightly wrung out damp towel In your oven on the bread proofing setting or in a warm place let the dough rise for the first time for about 40-60 minutes
  3. Change Once its done rising the dough should have doubled in size Poke the center of the dough with your finger to see if the hole closes up If it doesnt youre good to go Next take the dough out and gently punch it to deflate Divide the dough into two portions and ball up each one like you did in Step 2 Cover them with plastic wrap or a tightly wrung out damp towel and let them rest for about 10 minutes
  4. Change With a rolling pin roll out each portion of dough into a 23 cm x 15 cm rectangle with the longer sides on the horizontal axis
  5. Change Leaving about 3 cm free at the top of each rectangle of dough sprinkle the chocolate coated barley puffs Press down gently on the puffs to push them slightly into the dough
  6. Change From the bottom roll the dough up and be sure to pinch the seams closed With the seam side facing downward cut each roll into 8 portions
  7. Change Turning the portions onto their flatter cross-sectioned sides line them up on a baking tray lined with baking paper Cover them once again with plastic wrap or a tightly wrung damp towel and let the dough rise a second time for 20-30 minutes
  8. Change After the dough is finished proofing bake the rolls for 13-15 minutes at 180℃ (350℉)
  9. Change All done

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