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Was disappointed as the bread overflowed the pan and made a mess out of my oven. I also had to cook it longer than instructed. I followed the directions exactly and do not know what happened. On the bright side, I did like the taste of what was left in the pan! I did also use cinnamon sugar to coat the pan after I greased it. I will try this again, dividing into two loaves to avoid spillage and see how it turns out.
A friend gave me some starter and I didn't have pudding mix. I didn't have enough oats, so I used half oats and half wheat germ and also used wheat germ instead of the white sugar in the topping since we like things less sweet. In the batter, I used white whole wheat flour, and applesauce instead of the oil. It took about 20 min longer in my 8.5x4.5" loaf pan. Wasn't great right out of the oven, but we're really enjoying it the next day!
This was pretty good! I really liked that it didn't use pudding. Thanks for a tasty recipe!
I was so happy to find an Amish bread recipe that does NOT require little packages of instant pudding! The only difficulty I had was that during baking, my topping all sank to the bottom of the pan, giving me "Amish Upside-Down Bread." It still tasted wonderful, though. Thanks!
this was very yummy. i liked that the topping was layered. The only problem was I over cooked it and it was a bit dry. I will try it again.
I was curious about this bread, so I decided to make it. I thought it was a lot of fuss for an average bread. Don't get me wrong, it was tasty, just not as great as I was hoping for. But it was a fun experiment! Thanks!