Black Angus Bread Recipe

Black Angus Bread Recipe

Black Angus bread recipe has been around for quite some time now. It is a widely popular bread to make for bread-lovers. The twist is that the sweet black bread is amazing to have as dessert. Black Angus has built up a great reputation. Other dishes like the black garlic bread has its own place in the cuisine.

How to Bake Black Angus Bread?

This specific recipe includes molasses, which gives the bread an interesting texture, color and flavor. The aroma is also noticeable coming from the molasses addition. The loaves of this bread goes really well with ice cream or mascarpone/cream cheese. So, let’s find out the black angus molasses bread recipe to make this delicious sweet bread.

Ingredients That You Will Need Are:

Two and a half cups of warm water

One and a half tablespoons of instant yeast

1/3 of a cup and a tablespoon molasses

Two tablespoons of cocoa powder

Three tablespoons of oil

1/3 of a cup of honey

Two teaspoons of salt

Three cups of wheat flour

Four cups of all-purpose flour

Three tablespoons of unsalted and melted butter

One tablespoon of oats (for sprinkling)

Method of Preparing the Dark Molasses Bread Step by Step:

Step 1: In a stand mixer bowl, add the all-purpose flour, yeast, water, cocoa powder, molasses, oil, honey, wheat flour. Start the mixer and let the ingredients combine well for about 5 minutes.

Step 2: As the dough forms into shape, stop the mixer and knead on the kitchen work station for 10 minutes. 

Step 3: Cover the dough and let rise for an hour. Then divide into 3 loaves. 

Step 4: Slash on top of the loaves. Set the oven on preheat. Cover the loaves until the oven is heated. Bake the loaves in 375˚F for 25-30 minutes. While baking you can definitely smell the aroma of the dark bread.

Step 5: Open the oven and take the baking pan out after 30 minutes of baking and brush the loaves with melted butter and sprinkle oats on top. Bake for another 5-7 minutes.

Step 6: After the loaves are baked, take them out of the oven and cool them on a cooling rack. 

Step 7: Serve with butter, ice cream or cream cheese of your choice.


This recipe is easy to follow and you can enjoy a southern dish that is really not that hard to bake. It can be a delicious dessert for summer time brunches. You can enjoy it with ice cream or cream cheese as addition which only enhances the flavor of the bread and the molasses in it. The sweetness is not too high, yet just the right amount. So, even if you are not a sweet-tooth, you can have it at your convenience.

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