If you’re looking for an exciting way to kick up your usual white bread loaf into something a bit more fun, this panda bread recipe is a great at-home baking dish to try. While this panda bread looks seemingly like a regular loaf of bread, when you slice it up you’ll find a smiling panda face waiting to greet you.
To make this panda bread you need to prepare three separate balls of dough. The first one needs to be dyed green using either food coloring or matcha green tea. The second dough needs to be dyed brown using either cocoa powder or brown coloring. Then roll out the brown and white dough into various cylinder sizes and arrange the cylinders to create a panda face. The green dough will create the bamboo forest background.
This Panda Bread Reveals a Smiling Bear When Sliced
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