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Tasted great! Everyone loved it. The butter was great too, but it didn't look good, but it tasted great.

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n1ts1rk March 08, 2013

This was easy to make, pretty to look at, and absolutely fabulous to eat! I made two loaves and the butter. Moist, dense, and flavorful...will make it often this strawberry season :)

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Dadcooks May 24, 2010

WOW, this bread is great on it's own. Very very moist. Everyone in my family loved it. I made the strawberry butter also and my grown daughters were eating it on everything, inlcuding the dinner rolls. Simply put, this is one of the best breads I've ever made and will be making this one over and over. Great use for the flat of strawberries I bought from the Ponchatoula strawberry festival. I made two loaves and wish I had made more. Watch out though because that strawberry butter is addictive, just ask my daughters. Thanks Jennifer for posting this great recipe

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kitkathryn April 20, 2010

Made 1 loaf to give to my strawberry-loving sister, and it smelled and looked so good I had to make one for us, too! It is easy to make and very moist and tasty. I did make the strawberry butter and gave half to my sister and kept half for us. As good as the bread is without it, it really is even better with it. My favorite way to eat this bread is to lightly toast a slice in the oven, then coat it with the strawberry butter. Great for breakfast or a snack.

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Deb G April 11, 2010

The bread was soo good I didnt even bother with the butter! Everyone I shared it with loved it and wanted the recipe! As for chef 778278's question, yes I do think it would make good french toast. Maybe the butter would be good with that?

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lil' hazard March 10, 2009

This bread had awesome flavor! I was a bit confused as to use whole or sliced frozen strawberries. All I had was whole so I mashed them up before adding them so I didn't get huge chunks. I didn't make the butter either. No need for it. Thanks for sharing.

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Bekah49036 November 11, 2008

Thanks so much for posting this recipe. My mother used to make this years ago and I never got the recipe from her. There are a few kinds of strawberry bread recipes, but this is the one I was looking for. Very easy to make and delicious. I haven't tried the strawberry butter but I will next time.

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cookingmother March 05, 2008

I just want to ask a question havent made this yet.. but do you think the bread would make good french toast? with the strawberry butter i think it might be good..

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swtsurrender56 February 29, 2008

Excellent loaf and a glorious use of those strawberries I picked last summer.Wouldn't change a thing except I needed a full 70 minutes to bake, but I had 2 loaves in the oven. Sorry, Jennifer, I skipped the strawberry butter. Didn't need it.

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sugarpea January 12, 2008
Strawberry Bread & Strawberry Butter