180 ml of the egg, coffee creamer, and milk combined
Place the dry ingredients except for the yeast in the bread case. Place the butter on top, and pour in the milk, coffee creamer, and egg around it.
Set up the bread case and the dry yeast in the bread maker and start the machine on the white bread course with a medium crust.
Done.. If you're not going to eat it immediately, let cool on top of a rack, etc. Once it cools, wrap it up to keep it from drying out.
It will maintain a soft texture even after it cools. It's delicious eaten as-is, or with maple syrup or butter.
Story Behind this Recipe
I tried adding some leftover pancake mix and ended up with a soft, sweet, brioche-like bread, similar to that of our neighbourhood bakery. Brioche usually has plenty of butter, but by using coffee creamer I've reduce the butter.
If you put the bread case itself on the scale to weight the ingredients, it cuts down on washing afterwards. About the coffee creamer: there's soy and milk-based types. Either is fine. However, the milk-based type is a bit richer and helps the bread expand, so I would suggest going with this.