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German Apple Bread

German Apple Bread created by diner524

This recipe came from a friend of my mothers Nancy McKaig

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1hr 45mins
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directions

  • Heat oven to 325°F.
  • Mix all ingredients in large bowl.
  • Grease and flour 2 loaf pans.
  • Divide dough between 2 pans.
  • Bake for 1 hour and 15 minute.
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"This recipe came from a friend of my mothers Nancy McKaig"
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  1. ellie_
    Wonderful bread which we enjoyed. I used walnuts for the nuts and skipped the raisins. I used 4 small apples to make the bread, but didn't measure them. I did use a bit less cinnamon but otherwise made as directed, making 1 regular loaf, 1 med size one and one individual size loaf -- so we had one for dinner, one to bring to a luncheon and one for the freezer -- perfect! Thanks for sharing!
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  2. Karen C.
    This is my second year making this bread and some in-between so needless to say this bread is being made again as we speak and put in Christmas bags....everybody loves it except for maybe one of my picky granddaughters who does not like nuts but I feel like it would just not be the same if you left out the nuts and raisins of which I love both so I make the picky eaters banana bread......I also like this recipe because it makes two loaves which shortens the time that I have to make Christmas breads......I already have 4 in the freezer so this will probably just about do it for Christmas.....thanks so much for such a wonderful recipe......can't get enough.....
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  3. Hazeleyes
    Wow! This apple bread is delicious! Very moist and full of flavor. I skipped the raisins as my family doesn't care for them. I'll be making this again for sure!
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  4. Cherie 51
    Wonderful........batter was thick, so there for, I mixed it with gloved hands. Mixed well using that method and very easy to divide in the two loaf pans.
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  5. Pete S.
    I altered it somewhat as only had a small amount of almonds for the nuts and used almond extract instead of vanilla....not kidding you it was fantastic!
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