Great recipe! Want to try more healthy alternatives such as coconut oil, applesauce, and brainless flours like coconut or almond flour.. Made a double recipe and used up all of my juicer pulp. Kale, chard, carrot, apple, strawberry, Asian pear, kiwi, beets, and broccoli! Along with walnuts, I added about 1/4 cup of flaxseeds to round off the cup of nuts/seeds. Every one loves it! It's going fast and is great with my morning juice!
I did this one with both 2 cups of zucchini and 2 mashed overripe bananas, and used pumpkin pie spice instead of individual cinnamon and nutmeg (I know, I know). It turned out really moist and delicious, and not overly sweet. Probably my favorite version ever. I used honey and coconut oil.
This is a great recipe. I appreciate that it is made with whole wheat flour and honey instead of refined sugar. I grated 2 medium zucchinis (should have weighed them, but forgot) and ended up with about 2 cups. I used all the zucchini, and it was just fine. Very moist. I used melted coconut oil and honey. I also used sliced dried apricots because I didn't have raisins. Wow! I'm going to do that again in a quick bread recipe. It added a lot of moisture and pockets of sweetness. Definitely making this again.
Great bread and not as sweet as many recipes. I did half butter/half coconut oil and 3/4 honey with 1/4 brown sugar. Turned out great and my kids gobbled it down.
tasted bad, i guess i don't like zucchini.
Loved this bread! I used the pulp from an orange bell pepper, 2 large carrots, 1/4 lime, an apple, 1 cup of broccoli florets, and a medium tomato, and it was absolutely delicious. Olive oil instead of butter, honey instead of sugar. This bread tastes a little like a dessert because of the amount of honey. Might want to cut back just a smidge if you don't want it sweet, but I also had a small amount of fruit in my pulp.
Perfect for leftover carrot juicing pulp. Not too sweet, and perfect with honey or jam. Mine definitely did not rise like the loaf in the picture.
I've been diligently trying to juice more often and I'm always perplexed as to what to do with the pulp. I was craving some orange juice over the weekend and I saved the pure orange pulp with the intention to make orange cranberry muffins. I found this recipe and deiced to give it a whirl. What a find! This seems like such a versatile set of guidelines for a fantastic & healthy bread! I used what I had on hand and it ended up being more substitutions that I originally intended. I made a half recipe with the following changes:<br/>1/2 cup orange pulp & one small grated carrot<br/>coconut oil<br/>2 tbsp honey, 2 tbsp white sugar<br/>1/4 cup oatmeal & 1/2 cup whole wheat flour<br/>1/4 cup crasins & 4 chopped dates<br/>+ half of everything else listed<br/>I made six muffins & baked them for 18 minutes. I'd like to rename this "must-go" bread as it appears you can just use whatever you have on hand!
Delicious recipe-- better than I expected actually :-) good texture (in spite of all whole wheat flour) and great flavor
Yum! I used half zucchini and half carrots, yogurt instead of butter plus a couple tablespoons of coconut oil, and half a cup of rolled oats plus a cup of whole wheat flour. Made a dozen muffins, baked for 18-20 min. Deelish!