We just got done making 36 mini loaves of this for a school fund-raiser. What great bread! Very very easy and absolutely delicious. This was our second most requested bread, cranberry-orange (Cranberry-Orange Quick Bread) being the first. We didn't change a thing and the loaves were perfect! The above recipe makes 6 mini loaves.
I can't rate the taste yet since I sent it to my nephew in a care package. The recipe came together quickly and baked up nice and high. I know I'll be trying it for my family soon.
Very tasty. I baked the loaf for 70 minutes and it came out perfect. It had a nice crust and soft interior, and wasn't too sweet. Great for dessert and breakfast. I liked it best served hot, spread with butter. I think it would also be great as muffins. Thanks for sharing.
I made this bread with sugar free lemon pudding and splenda for baking...it rose wonderful and the taste was great>>>>I am sure I will be making this one alot.
My husband loved this bread! He could not get enough of it. Thanks for the recipe!!!
Really good and easy! I didn't modify anything. For those Williams-Sonoma fans, a note: I used their cute lemon loaf pan, which I got as a gift and was the reason I looked up this recipe. This worked great, but the first time I learned that it's smaller than 9x5x3 ...the second time I made 12 small muffins and a loaf and it worked ok. Next time I'll make 6 small muffins and a loaf and I think the loaf pan will fill out nicely. Thanks Sue L!
I made loaves of this bread to give as gifts this holiday. My husband's great aunt, a normally very generous woman, refused to share the bread with her neighbors. She said it had just the right amount of sweetness to it. It was easy to put together but I think I dried it out a little so keep on eye on the bread while it's baking.