Put all of the ingredients marked with ☆ in the bread maker. Put the chocolate chips and yeast in the special case and start the bread dough mode.
Remove the dough from the bread machine, punch it down and split into 10 portions. Roll into rounds and leave to rest for 10 minutes under a well-wrung dish towel. Each round should weigh about 60 g.
Re-mould the dough into rounds and put 2 each into a bread tin greased with vegetable oil or similar. Cover with a well-wrung dish towel and leave to rise a second time.
While checking how the bread is rising, preheat the oven to 190℃.
Once the dough has roughly doubled in size, bake for 13 - 15 minutes at 190℃. The baking time will vary depending on your oven, so keep an eye on the bread.
If you slice the baked bread like this it will look really cute.
You can make this bread in aluminium pans too.
You can also bake it as round bread. They came out perfectly round and very cute.
Here is a large pull apart loaf of rolls.
Here is a twisted loaf.
Story Behind this Recipe
My family loves chocolate chips so I decided to try using them in bread.
Try adding chocolate chips plus 40 g walnuts. It'll taste amazing, just increase the water content by 5 - 10 ml.