Quick Applesauce Raisin Bread

"This is a quick way to make a moist and yummy raisin bread. The longer it sits, the better it gets!! This freezes well after it is baked."
photo by Tea Jenny photo by Tea Jenny
photo by Tea Jenny
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photo by Country Cook in Okl photo by Country Cook in Okl
photo by Country Cook in Okl photo by Country Cook in Okl
Ready In:
1hr 5mins
1 loaf




  • In mixing bowl beat eggs, add sugar,applesauce,oil,cinnamon,and vanilla. Beat until mixed.
  • Add bisquick and mix well.
  • Stir in raisins and pour into prepared loaf pan.
  • Bake at 350 until top springs back when touched.
  • This rises a lot and the top usually splits.
  • Wrap in foil while warm.

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  1. This was very nice, it was so tasty and moist it tasted a bit like a dumpling we make here in Scotland called clootie dumpling, I think it was the Bisquick mix I used that gave it that flavour. I used recipe#75577#75577 it has w/w flour in it and gives it a nice texture. I also used my home made apple sauce. The girls at work loved this one, so I will be making this again. Thank you for posting. Made for harvest moon apple festival Oct 2010.
  2. Mmmm - what a treat this bread was! I made two loaves, one to enjoy right away and the other to save for the next day. This bread is so moist and delicious, and I loved the apple flavor. I'd never baked with Bisquick before and I wonder if it was what helped make the bread so moist. And as you said, letting it sit a day or so really does make the bread moister and even more delicious -- although it was fantastic on the day I made it! I'll definitely make this bread again -- it's going into my permanent file as a keeper. (Made as congratulations for Country Cook being Chef of the Day in August 2010.)


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