Conchas de Pan

– DOUGH – ▢1 cup whole milk – ▢1 1/2 ounce envelope active dry yeast – ▢1/4 cup warm water 100 to 110 degrees – ▢3 tablespoons granulated sugar – ▢2 eggs – ▢1/4 cup unsalted butter plus 1 Tablespoon reserve 1 Tbsp for brushing the rolls, melted – ▢4 1/2-5 cups all-purpose flour – ▢1/2 teaspoon salt – ▢TOPPING – ▢2/3 cup sugar – ▢¼ teaspoon ground cinnamon – ▢½ cup butter softened – ▢1 cup all purpose flour – ▢1 tablespoon powdered cocoa


White Scribbled Underline

Cook time: 20 min

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14 buns



prep Time

2.5 hrs


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Conchas de Pan Dulce are a Mexican sweet bread made with a soft and buttery dough. They are topped off with a sugary topping designed like seashells. Just perfect with for breakfast with a hot chocolate or coffee.

why you'll love this mexican sweet bread – One of the best things about conchas de pan dulce is that they are incredibly versatile and can be adapted to suit all sorts of taste preferences. – They are also relatively easy to make and require no special equipment or techniques. – Plus, they make a great snack or breakfast item that's sure to please everyone in the family!

Is it pan dulce or pan de dulce? The correct term is pan dulce. It is derived from the Spanish phrase "pan de dulce," which translates to "sweet bread." The shortened form, pan dulce, is most commonly used today.


How are you supposed to eat conchas? Conchas can be enjoyed in various ways. They are often served spread with butter or cream cheese, or enjoyed as part of a traditional Mexican breakfast alongside coffee or hot chocolate.


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