Similar Posts


    1. Hi Duchess,
      I haven’t tried APF for this recipe but it’s an alternative if you bread flour is not readily available to you.
      I hope this helps. Cheers!

  1. 5 stars
    This looks like what a local bakery calls “Señorita Bread” and I’m really excited about this.
    Thank you for sharing

  2. 5 stars
    These are so good. The only change I made was not to put breadcrumbs on the outside of the buns. Instead I brushed the buns with butter prior to baking and then again right after they came out of the oven and then rolled them in cinnamon sugar. I took them to work and they disappeared. Definitely a keeper recipe. Thank you.

  3. 5 stars
    This recipe is deserving of commendation for precision, details, and choice of food products used. I have tried twice at making these Spanish breads and have failed because of either too much yeast or not the right type of flour—-bread flour has the right texture. Also, measuring by grams is much more precise. I tried this recipe and accomplished the goal of making at home Spanish bread that a local bakery calls Senorita bread and it is very close to the one bought from the bakery. The only difference was that I left out the milk powder and bread crumbs and used white sugar instead of brown. Thank You for this recipe. Keep up the good work.

  4. 5 stars
    Thank you for this superb tasty recipe. My first time to make your recipe and turned out into yummy and irresistible. Will do the rest of your recipe soon. I just don’t know how to share the photo of the outcome.😊

  5. 5 stars
    Hi! Thank you for sharing your recipes. I tried this today and came out really good. It’s so soft, fluffy and not too sweet. My husband & the kids loves it. Thank you so much!

  6. 5 stars
    Thanks so much for sharing this recipe. My family loves it and will be making it again. 🙂 I’m new into baking and this guide helped me a lot.

  7. 5 stars
    I love your recipe.. I just recently started baking and have tried few spanish bread recipes online but they all turned out to dry easily and not fluffy,as well as,i feel like something was lacking to their recipe.. so i kept looking for other recipes and found yours. Wow! they turned out perfect, soft,moist, and fluffy as well as delicious, which i like the most..

  8. Got confused. On the recipe above it shows 1/4 sugar and 3/4 powdered milk, while on the video its say 1/3 sugar and 1/4 cup powdered milk. Which one is correct? Thank you. Btw, the bread was so fluffy i tried it on pandesal.

    1. Hi Kaye,
      Thank you for your positive feedback on the bread. If you are asking about the the sugar for the bread, you can either use 1/4 cup or 1/3 cup depending on how sweet you want the bread to be.
      For the powdered milk in the filling, it’s 1/4 cup. Hope this helps and keep safe. Cheers!

  9. 5 stars
    Another easy to follow recipe from amiable foods!👍 I love the taste of the filling… this is an all in one bread for breakfast and in between! Our personal favourite !!🥰 happy baking 😍

    1. Hi Cora, I haven’t tried coconut powder yet. Normally spanish bread doesn’t use coconut powder for the filling unlike pan de coco. Hope this helps. Cheers!

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Recipe Rating

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.