it was really good and moist. I wish that I had left the apples a little more chunkier. I added a little vanilla extract. I also added a crumb topping. I am taking the second loaf to work tomorrow and that will be the real test:) My dad has already asked for the recipe. Good to just eat, toast or french toast.
Wow, this bread is really special. I used bread flour and omitted the walnuts because I didn't think my kids would eat it with nuts (I wished they were there though). This was so easy to make, I used my kitchenaid mixer to do the beating and kneading, so that made it really easy too. The dough was so easy to work with, it rolled out perfectly and I just couldn't wait for it to be done! Of course I was not dissapointed, I cut it warm and lathered it with butter and yummmmmmy, it was so good. I wrapped the other loaf up for a gift. Thanks for a wonderful recipe!
This was easy to make. I used my Ninja to mix everything, and I did not have to knead by hand. Saved time and energy! Hubby shredded and chopped the apples. I used Granny Smith apples. I baked this for 15 minutes, covered in aluminum foil, and baked 20 more. Color was perfect, bread was moist, and the bread was lovely and delicious!
This is the first time I ever made yeast bread and it came out fantastic!!!!
This is an EXCELLENT recipe!
Definitely a keeper for me!
I used peaches and pears instead of apples as had on hand on the day!
WHOO HOO is what I can say!
I finely ground walnuts, too!
Only had a silicon loaf pan...did not use as I am unhappy with the results, TRUE!
So squeezed it into a spring form pan and only found after after that I could have crumpled al foil to keep it straight,
I thought this recipe was great!
This was an absolutely wonderful yeast bread. I did use bread flour and at first thought the dough was not going to come together. After kneading the 8 minutes, it had a consistency I was familiar with from baking home made yeast breads. Excellent.
Yummy! This was so delish! The texture of the dough was so soft and it baked up sweet and a bit flaky - fantastic recipe - THANKS!
This recipe was delicious. I made one loaf of the bread and used the remaining dough and filling for cinnamon rolls. I put some butter and brown sugar in a square pyrex and laid the rolls cut-side down in the dish. When they finished in the oven I flipped them over on a serving dish. Both were beautiful and yummy!
WOW....thats the only word you can use for this recipe. Time consuming but absolutely beautiful and the smell while baking filled the house and made everyones wouth water...lol Thank you
I made this for breakfast this morning. I made everything last night and put them in the loaf pans. I covered and put in the fridge overnight. I took them out about 1 hour before baking this morning. I would recommend waiting to do the filling until right before you put it on or just add the apples in the filling right before or they start to get juices. Yum! Yum! Thanks for sharing!