Cranberry Cinnamon Bread (Bread Machine)

"This is so good. You may substitute raisins in place of the cranberries if you like. There is a Cranberry Bread that I buy at the store but it only comes out near the holidays and is very expensive. I love it but will never buy it again because this tastes almost like it and much better. It has just a hint of cinnamon and you can smell it when toasted. This is also good grilled with peanut butter, bananas, and honey."
photo by Mimi in Maine photo by Mimi in Maine
photo by Mimi in Maine
photo by Tracy C. photo by Tracy C.
photo by Mimi in Maine photo by Mimi in Maine
Ready In:
3hrs 10mins
1 loaf




  • Add to your bread maker according to instructions.
  • Add the cranberries and cinnamon at the proper time called for with your machine.
  • Use light crust setting.

Questions & Replies

  1. What temperature should liquid be when you add it to the ingredients for bread?
  2. Can I use coconut flour or all purpose flour in place for the bread flour?
  3. Can you use nuts and is this on Sweet cycle?


  1. I made the large loaf, and it was tasty. Used frozen cranberries instead of dry (leftover from Thanksgiving that I needed to use lol). Next time (and there will be a next time), I will double the sugar and probably triple the cinnamon. Thanks Mimi!
  2. This bread rise very beautifully :) My colleagues all love it and my boss love it so much that he packed the balance to bring with him for his overseas trip the following day ! :)
  3. Mimi, the bread was over the top-Delicious.It was moist and dense, as I like bread to be. Hubby loves cranberries. Thank you so much for a great bread machine recipe. Rose
  4. This bread was delicious. I made it at maybe ten pm a couple days ago and was sick for the next three days :( and when i finally got up to take pictures the bread was COMPLETELY gone!! I'll hafta make it again. thanks!!
  5. I made the medium one with my 750g bread machine, multigrain and light crust program. It rose very well to the top of my machine. The bread was super soft, but I personally will add more sugar and cranberry next time.


  1. As soon as I read this I ran downstairs to my kitchen and made it. It is really lovely bread. I made it by hand - to me baking bread is pure relaxation so no bread machine for this girl! Next time I will replace some of the water with orange juice and grate in some orange rind.
  2. more water and honey


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