Pani Popo Hawaiian Sweet Bread

We had a little Hawaiian BBQ this weekend to celebrate Memorial Day. A friend of mine shared with me a recipe for a Hawaiian dessert bread that was heavenly! You can make any basic roll recipe, but I have one listed below as well just incase you don't have a fav. Thanks Emily Tafa!

Pani Popo Hawaiian Sweet Bread
1 can Coconut milk
1/2 cup- 1cup sugar
1/2 cup- 1cup sweet flaked coconut

 Mix all ingredients, add more or less sugar depending on how sweet you like it. Just make your favorite roll recipe, have it risen and unbaked. When it's ready to go in the oven, you will pour the coconut milk mixture over the top and bake according to roll directions.

 You will probably need to bake it almost twice as long to let the milk mixture soak in. The rolls will be lightly golden on top when it's done.

 Dissolve 2 pkgs of yeast in ½ c. warm water with 1Tblsp sugar. Set aside until foamy.
½ c. oil
2 eggs
½ c. sugar
2 tsp salt
1 ½ c. warm milk

Add yeast when activated. Add 6-7 cups flour until dough is not sticky. Knead 8-10 minutes. Place in buttered bowl-covered with towel. Rise 1 hr. Punch down- shape 24 rolls and put into 2 greased 9x13 pans. Cover and rise another hour. Bake at 375 for 10 minutes or until golden brown. EnJOY!