3 Reviews

This bread is moist & soft. I do usually like my breads on the sweeter side & in the future will probably dust the pans with cinnamon & sugar instead of the flour. I have never tried peach bread before but was pleasantly surprised with the subtle peach flavor. The one thing I was not expecting is for them to not rise. I know I used fresh baking powder as I baked Citrus Loaf yesterday & didn't have a problem with it's rising. I didn't use the nuts this time as I'm feeding 12 tomorrow, some with allergies, but next time I'll be sure to add them, as pecans are my favorite. Thanks for sharing, nita! Made for PAC Spring 2009 Orphanage.

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**Tinkerbell** April 26, 2009

This bread was pretty good. I made a few changes. I subbed half whole wheat flour for ap and used 1 quart canned peaches drained. It wasn't quite sweet enough for me so I drizzled some frosting on top. I wasn't able to add the nuts because some of the kids I made it for don't care for them. I do think the nuts would have been a great addition.

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Hill Family April 01, 2009

I liked the idea of using fresh pureed fruit for this bread and that is the reason I chose it to make and I was not dissapointed, this is a wonderful moist bread that rose nicely when baked, the only change I made was I increased the vanilla to 1 tablespoon and the cinnamon to 1-1/2 teaspoons, I baked mine in two 8x4-inch pans instead of 9x5 which worked out well, I will make this recipe again and try pureed strawberries also, thank you for shaing hon, 5 stars all the way!...Kitten

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Kittencal@recipezazz May 29, 2007
Georgia Peach Bread