I love the ease and versatility of this recipe! I added 2 cups of mashed sweet potatoes. My miniature loaves(I baked them in small soup cans for slicing into rounds and serving at a party) were delicious and very moist. Next time, though, I will add a bit more cinnamon for my taste.
This was wonderful--finally got around to using the A to Z ingredients--and I used 2 cups of strawberries! this bread was great--it will be in my cookbook for good because of its totally unmatched level of versatility.
Wonderful recipe! I have tried it with several different ingredient combinations and it turns out great every time. It is also simple! Thank you for sharing this recipe with us!
This is my go-to bread recipe. It's so versatile and tastes great no matter what ingredients are added. Very moist, easy to make, and always gets high ratings from anyone who eats it! Thanks for sharing!
Very easy to make and great taste. I thought this would be too sweet but it wasn't. We ate this for breakfast, snack or dessert. I used 2 C drained, crushed pineapple. Only drawback is that it makes 2 loaves, which is too much for the 2 of us to finish. I had to give away 1 loaf. I can't wait to try another flavor of this bread.
This recipe gave me two beautiful loaves of bread! I used 1 1/2 cups shredded zucchini and 1/2 cup (1 medium banana). I didn't have any nuts on hand. It had wonderful texture--not dry or over moist (sticky). It was perfect! I will try again with different combinations. A great way to use up odds and ends of things! Marg, thank you for a wonderful recipe!
Great tasting bread! I made the apple bread but I plan on going down the list and using most of the ingredients. It's so easy and delicious! Hubby took it to work and they all loved it. YUM!
I used one cup mincemeat, 1 cup chopped apple, one quarter dates, and one quarter of dried cranberries, all leftovers from Christmas. Turned out very good, moist and I can not stop eating this loaf cake.
I make this ALL the time. It's my husband's favorite breakfast.
I use applesauce for all the oil and Egg Beaters for the eggs. Cuts out a ton of fat. I also think the nuts are optional--I usually throw in a handful without measuring if I have them around. It's perfect for using that one too-ripe banana, the 1/3 of a can of fruit leftover from a recipe that demanded only part of a can, and whatever else you find in the cabinet.
This was good. I used 1c fresh strawberries, and 1c fresh rhubarb. I also subbed some of the AP flour for wheat. I was a bit worried, because the mix seemed dry, but I figured the fruit would give off moisture as it baked(which it did). Thanks for helping me use up my large stash of rhubarb!