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Now THAT'S-a-lotta blueberries! This bread is fantastic. Love the hint of lemon, the cinnamon and clove, and I did opt to "dust" my pans with cinnamon sugar. Oh my, YUM! I made the recipe as written and didn't change anything. My 2 loaves baked for 50 minutes, then I cooled on a rack for an hour before trying it. Then trying it again.....then again just to make sure LOL. Awesome recipe scootercrocker, thanks for sharing. Made for PAC Spring 2011.

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DeeVaFoodie March 08, 2011

This turned out very good but I did have to add 1 cup of milk to get it to a batter consistency. I followed the instructions and found it to be way to stiff to fold in the berries. So I looked at some other recipes similar to this one and added the milk. I got 8 mini loaves. It was perfectly baked in the 45 minutes stated. I really liked the dusting of cinnamon sugar and the spices and lemon extract were just the right amount. Thanks for sharing. Made for PAC 2011.

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CJAY March 07, 2011

I thought this bread was really good.I substituted applesauce for half the oil and it still came out very moist.I also added some chopped walnuts which I liked.The only thing I wasn't too wild about was the lemon flavor with all the spices.I think I would have liked it better with vanilla instead but that's just my preference.

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officemaintenance March 02, 2010

This is unique with all the spices, love the lemon flavoring in it. My only complaint is the amount of cinnamon. I wonder if that was a typo as I thought 2Tbsp was a little too much. Regardless glad I made it, will definately make it again

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Brayden'sMoM March 27, 2009

I made this in two 9" loaf pans and I think I would use 8" next time as it made a short loaf. But boy was it delicious! I used all four cups of blueberries, mashing one cup, which makes the bread a brilliant blue color. "Flouring" the pans with cinnamon sugar is a great idea. I also sprinkled some on top. If you line the pans with a doubled strip of aluminum foil, which overlaps the sides, you can use it as a handle to lift the bread right out of the pan onto a rack to cool without disturbing the topping. I greased the pan, lined it, greased the foil, and then sprinkled the insides. Easy, delicious. My kids loved it!

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Laurel Becker September 24, 2007
Alabama Blueberry Bread