Microwave-Steamed Bread with Soymilk and Sesame for Toddlers
This bread can easily be made in 10 minutes even on a busy morning. The taste is slightly sweet and simple. The recipe amount is for a 1-year-old, so make a double batch if you are making it for an adult.
Put all the ingredients in a bowl and combine it with a whisk.
Pour the batter into silicone cups and microwave at 600 W for 1 minute and 30 seconds and they are done.
This bread is made with kinako (toasted soy flour) instead of black sesame seeds and regular milk instead of soy milk. You can also add grated cheese.
Change the black sesame seeds to raisins, soy milk to regular milk, and add a pinch of cinnamon power.
This bread has microwaved kabocha squash in it. I made it into donuts shapes for my little one.
These have apples and sliced cheese. They don't look too great, but the taste is excellent!
Story Behind this Recipe
My daughter got tired of store-bought bread, so I made this steamed bread, and she started eating bread again. It seems like she does not get tired of it!
If the surface is not quite done, microwave it for another 10-30 seconds. If It gets hard, microwave it for 20 seconds and it should be softer again! Fill the silicone cups half way, because it may overflow out of the cups if you put too much batter. If you are not adding anything like the black sesame seeds into the dry ingredients, increase the cake flour by 1 tablespoon.