This did not turn out well for me. I'm not sure what was wrong, it looked good like in the pictures, but I couldn't eat it. Perhaps I hadn't cooked it long enough or maybe the fact that I used homemade applesauce? Was just a weird taste/texture. Not sure but I'm going to stay away from recipes that use bran cereals from now on as I don't like the way they turn out. Sorry I couldn't be more positive on this one :(
Mmmmmm....but this bread is really awesome. I baked a loaf last night using all bran cereal and it turned out lovely. I had two pieces this morning toasted and topped with sugar free marmalade. Scrumptiously delicious. As I type this review I have another loaf baking; only this time I am trying it with Fibre One as another member used and am anxiously awaiting it to come out of the oven to cool so that I can see how it turned out. I have complete faith that it will be just as tastey too. Many thanks BDH for posting this fantastic recipe.
Yummy, not too sweet recipe. I did alter it a bit. I halved the recipe to make 6 muffins, which I baked for 20 minutes. I used All Bran Buds, real sugar, eggbeaters and white flour (I didn't read carefully before I added it). I also put in 1/2 t. vanilla extract and sprinkled the tops of the muffins with cinnamon & sugar. I mixed all dry ingredients together and all wet ingredients together and then combined wet into dry. Again, a nice muffin that I will make again, maybe with oatmeal on top.
Mmmmmm!! This was really my kind of thing ... I absolutely love cinnamon, and so I probably put in a bit more than the recipe called for, but it worked for me. I actually made these into muffins, and as a result I baked them a bit too long ... but they were still delicious! I used Fiber One instead of All Bran, because that's what I had on hand. I also used skim milk and two egg whites. And I used a Kitchen Aid mixer instead of mixing it by hand... I don't know how that would have affected the final result, though. Thanks for a great recipe!
Really liked this. I used no sugar added applesauce, and some homemade apple cider instead of milk. I also was 1/4 cup short of whole-wheat flour (forgot to go to store) so I substituted 1/4 cup buckwheat flour. Gave it a little extra flavor. Didn't try it toasted, as it didn't last long enough around here. Thanks for a nice recipe for us diabetics.