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I made this the other night for Lorac's cook-a-thon. I subbed sliced almonds for the macadamia nuts since that was what I had on hand. I used foil pans and sprayed them with with baking spray and had no problem with it sticking. I think it was even better the second day. Nice flavors.

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Alisa Lea January 04, 2014

Great bread, but I also had difficultly getting it out of the pan. I would love to make this again but could use a reviewer that finds a way to get the bread out without loosing any of the bottom or sides.

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Pabbit May 16, 2004

This is an easy recipe to follow. While growing up, I made an Aloha Carrot Bread, which is excellent. Adding carrots and raisins would be great and simple to do. My only problem was removing the loaf of bread from the pan, even after it had cooled. Avoid using a glass pan if possible.

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takaiser99 May 10, 2004

This was a delicious and easy recipe to make. We actually froze the bread and it was fantastic defrosted! I would definately recommend it - it is different from your usual cake breads.

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kipah mom October 16, 2002

Munching on a slice as I type this review. It is delicious! I used thread coconut and pineapple tidbits (thought I had a can of crushed, but I didnt) they worked just fine. The top is nice and crunchy, the cinnamon a lovely addition, very moist too. Thanks for posting.

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Evie* October 11, 2002
Aloha ! Bread