Applesauce Tea Bread

photo by Chef1MOM-Connie photo by Chef1MOM-Connie
photo by Chef1MOM-Connie
photo by Chef1MOM-Connie photo by Chef1MOM-Connie




  • Mix the dry ingredients together and add the applesauce, then the egg and milk.
  • Pour into nonstick loaf pan and bake at 350F for 50 min.
  • Remove and cool.

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  1. Love this bread. Not only does it smell great while baking, it is light and airy to eat. Not too sweet which we like. I sprinkled a bit of maple sugar on the top, not enough for a crust but enough to give that first hint of what is to come. Thank you for such an easy and delightful bread. PAC BABY Sept 2009
  2. I loved this bread, and my husband did too. I made it with whole wheat flour and sprinkled some sugar on top before baking. It was a little dry the next day so I spread some applesauce on it. It was great.
  3. This bread came out of the pan perfectly, was nicely browned, but it tasted rather rubbery, and the bottom 1/3 inch looked raw, even though it seemed to be cooked through.
  4. This bread was good, not too sweet, but a little dry. Next time I think I'll add some more applesauce, or not allow it to bake as long. Nice healthy bread though!
  5. Very nice, not too sweet. Good breakfast bread.


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