I received these Panettone breads from the Foodbuzz Tastemaker program and thought I would finally open one of them up and make some french toast this morning.
According to Wikipedia, panettone is a sweet bread loaf originally from Milan. It is usually enjoyed at Christmas or New Year’s. I actually have had it before when I lived in Europe. Since I lived alone, I purchased a very small panettone just to try it. I remember it reminding me of my mom’s stollen bread that she makes every Christmas.
I decided to save the best for last and try the chocolate last, so I opened up the raisin bread.
Using cream cheese, vanilla extract and powdered sugar, I also made the topping the recipe suggested. It was quite delicious! It tasted like frosting.
Looking forward to trying the chocolate one now!