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Nana's Poppy Seed Bread

This recipe is my grandmothers.I don't know where she aquired it but I have always had it at her house. A tried and true favorite in our family. This one doesn't stay around long! Great for gift giving too! This recipe I have found works better if you split the batter into 2 loaf pans. It makes lots of batter so making 2 instead of one seems to be the consensus here.

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55mins
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  • Preheat oven to 325.
  • In a large bowl mix all ingredients together.
  • Put in a buttered 2 9"loaf pans and bake for@ 45 minutes, testing with a toothpick for doneness.
  • Let cool and slice.
  • ENJOY.
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"This recipe is my grandmothers.I don't know where she aquired it but I have always had it at her house. A tried and true favorite in our family. This one doesn't stay around long! Great for gift giving too! This recipe I have found works better if you split the batter into 2 loaf pans. It makes lots of batter so making 2 instead of one seems to be the consensus here."
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  1. AzArlie
    I found the bread quite tasty, but there were changes I had to make because a couple of the ingredients were not available in Tucson: "butter-pecan cake mix" and "toasted coconut pudding mix." The closest I could come (after checking at all 4 of our major chains and one independent store) was a yellow cake mix and Coconut Cream pudding mix. I liked it well enough to try again, and experiment with some added chopped pecans and toasted coconut. I expect that the texture will be considerably different, but it should taste at least as good! I'm looking forward to making that sort of adaptation to use as holiday gifts!
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  2. LizFP
    This bread is so yummy. It was sweet and moist.My boys ate it up. Imade it exactly as written.Thanks for a wonderful recipe. This would be a great bread to give as a gift.
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  3. geishafrog
    This recipe is my grandmothers.I don't know where she aquired it but I have always had it at her house. A tried and true favorite in our family. This one doesn't stay around long! Great for gift giving too! This recipe I have found works better if you split the batter into 2 loaf pans. It makes lots of batter so making 2 instead of one seems to be the consensus here.
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