All Season Bread

"Just change the fruit/vegetable in this recipe and make the (tender, moist, heavy dark) bread your heart desires! Try zucchini in the summer, pumpkin in the fall, carrot-raisin in the winter, & banana-walnut in the spring. Use your imagination."
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Ready In:
1hr 30mins
2 loafs




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  1. Made for PAC 2010 What can you say about a bread that is so versatile and readily available with ingredients on hand but YUMMO! Made this yesterday for a snack and a healthier breakfast on the run. I used bananas and shredded carrots and mmmm mmmm it came out very tastey. So 1/2 disappeared before pictures could be taken but did get a shot this morning of the 1 loaf and a few muffins left over. It came out so good I made a 2nd batch to take to the cottage for the weekend. Quite a moist bread/muffin. I believe I will make the zucchini variety next week as I still have some frozen from last summer harvest so out fo the freezer it comes to defrost and drain. Thank you.
  2. This is a little bit different from my usual recipie (which I've lost). but it makes a lovely, fragrant loaf. Sublime with a smear of cream cheese. I've only tried the carrot so far, but that was such a success I can't wait to try the others. I made as directed with rasins and walnuts.


(FOrmer) Full size school bus driver on Long Island. I anticipate retiring as of July 1, 2007 and look forward to getting back to real food, home made by me. Hopefully, with more time, real foods, & less stress I'll be able to lose some weight. A pound a week would be nice. --------------------------------------- The above post was written in July '06 I did "retire" in 2007, but it happened in June because I could not work and deal with overwhelming grief. ~On April 15, 2007~ we experienced a death in my family that changed life as we know it. If you want to know more, go to: ~I have walked the path of my grief and am able to laugh again and smile because I see Chris in everything I do. He accompanies every thought I have. I will be happy to discuss that aspect of my life with you IF YOU WANT, but you have to initiate the discussion. I talk about Chris all the time because I love him so much. -------------------------------- Otherwise, just call me "Aunt Bea" (like on the "Andy Griffith" show.
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