Coconut Chocolate Chip Friendship Bread

Coconut and chocolate are certainly my good friends, so it only seemed fitting to make a Friendship Bread with them in it.

I posted about Amish Friendship Bread the other day and mentioned that I had made several varieties. This is one of them, just the mention of chocolate and coconut has me wanting more!

From my original recipe of friendship bread. This is what I altered to make the chocolate coconut variety: I replaced the oil with 1 cup fat free yogurt, then add 1/2 cup mini chocolate chips that have been tossed in flour so they don’t sink and ½ cup  coconut. Melt chocolate chips to drizzle on top of cake, or use three tablespoons unsweetened cocoa with ¼ cup powdered sugar mixed with a tablespoon water. After drizzling chocolate add some toasted coconut. You will thank me for that!

Instead of baking this in two loaf pans I baked it all in one bundt pan. The bundt baked for just over an hour, keep an eye on it.

Oh how I love a drizzle of chocolate!

Needless to say how fast this bread was consumed, it was still warm when I cut into it and the chocolate chips were all warm and delicious.

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  1. 1

    I love this picture! AND I love coconut..AND I love friendship bread! i guess I’m in love!

  2. 3

    This looks moist and delicious! Thanks for sharing it. I break for coconut too. (:

  3. 4

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  4. 5

    This looks amazing!

    I just found your blog through one of the Saturday blog hops! Have a wonderful weekend.

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  5. 6

    Yummy! I love coconut! I’m your newest follower from the Spotlight Saturday blog hop. Hope you could come by and follow back. Have a great weekend! http://aimee-girltalk.blogspot.com

  6. 7

    Oh my gosh, who can resist that. All that chocolate running down it makes it look so good. I hope you’ll come by and link it up to Sweets for a Saturday. http://sweet-as-sugar-cookies.blogspot.com/2011/0

  7. 8
    Katherine says:

    Oh Lord have mercy..you give that to someone and they’ll be your friend for life, giggle.
    Hugs!

  8. 9

    I’ll be it disappeared quickly! Good for you for baking it in a bundt pan, the results are fantastic.

  9. 10

    Oh wow that looks gorgeous. Loving the shot of that drizzle.

    • 11

      It’s so great how pretty a chocolate drizzle looks! I should start drizzling it on everything:)

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