This bread is tender, sweet and a delicate beige color. The first few ingredients are mixed together in a blender to homogenize the flavors. The loaf is not a lid-bumper, but it will rise at least two-thirds of the way up the pan. This bread is often served in restaurants; now you can have it whenever you want.
This bread is terrific for sandwiches. Its slight sweetness and hint of orange marries well with turkey, particularly if you’re one of the people who loves turkey sandwiches with a dollop of cranberry sauce in the filling.
This is a creamy, rich pie that will melt in your mouth. My best friend makes this all the time and she shared it with me. As an added bonus, if you make the filling on its own without the peanut butter and confectioners sugar, it makes a great vanilla pudding.
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