Monday, November 12, 2012

Bake It: Applesauce Bread

Applesauce Bread

My CSA boxes have included lots of apples, which I’ve been turning into applesauce for my daughter’s lunchbox.  This week I reserved enough applesauce to make a delicious applesauce bread.

I looked at many recipes online and ultimately decided on the one from Joy of Baking because it used the least amount of sugar, and I liked the incorporation of whole wheat flour.  I used unsweet applesauce, and the result was a bread that was moist, hearty, cinnamon-y, and just a tad sweet.  The only dried fruit I had on hand was cherries, and it was a good flavor combo for us (my family loves tart cherries), but any dried fruit will work great.

Applesauce Bread

I used the Joy of Baking Applesauce Bread Recipe HERE, and didn’t alter it at all, except for replacing the currants with cherries.  You can see how I make my homemade applesauce HERE

Do you have any favorite bread recipes?  I’m thinking of making some loaves to give as gifts this year and would love to know what recipes you use.

Happy baking!

~julee~

7 comments:

  1. This looks delicious, I will have to try it!

    xx
    Kelly
    Sparkles and Shoes

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  2. Thank you for that recipe it looks delicious!

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  3. Oh my gosh this looks SO good! I have never even heard of this kind of bread. YUM!

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  4. YUMMMMMMO my mouth is watering! I am going to try this!!!! thanks! So glad i found your blog today :)

    http://thebees3.blogspot.com/

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  5. These look amazing! Thank you for sharing. I am visiting from the Friday Chaos Blog hop and I am your newest follower. Would love if you would come by blog and visit.

    Thanks
    Nichole
    www.pinkieforpink.com

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  6. It does look good, and I haven't baked w/currants so I think the idea of the cherry substitute is an awesome choice.

    Found you on Friday Chaos and I'm following now.

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  7. Two of my favorite things...applesauce and bread!
    Looks yummy; I will have to make it.

    http://snackcupsandsmiles.blogspot.com

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