I’ve been baking up a lot of pumpkin bread this season, and this is a new idea I tried—Pumpkin Oat Bread! It’s always nice when you can include oatmeal in your baking and “healthy up” your baked goods a little, right? 🙂 This pumpkin bread is sweet but not overly sweet, and I love the taste the blend of spices gives it—I think the blend of cinnamon, ginger, cloves, and nutmeg is just right!Continue reading
When autumn comes around, I crave butterscotch-flavored goodies. I think of butterscotch as an autumn flavor, right along with apples and pumpkin. So I decided to make an autumny type of banana bread with butterscotch chips and pecans…and a yummy butterscotch drizzle!Continue reading
This beautiful loaf of Peanut Butter Banana Bread tastes as great as it looks! It has just the right balance of peanut butter and bananas in it and the texture is moist and tender. This is definitely not a wimpy loaf—this recipe makes a good-sized 9 x 5″ loaf and it rises so nicely! It’s delicious just as it is, or you could lightly spread some butter or peanut butter on it, if you want. I like it best without a spread, and it’s great with a cup of coffee or tea!Continue reading
I posted a recipe for some Blueberry Buttermilk Muffins last week, and I have another blueberry recipe for you this week—Blueberry-Orange Bread! This recipes makes a good-size 9×5″ loaf, has a subtle orange flavor and aroma, and is brimming with lots of blueberries! The fresh blueberries and yogurt give this quick bread a nice moist texture, and the orange juice, orange zest, and orange extract give it a delicious citrus flavor.Continue reading
Apple-Zucchini Bread just seems so perfect for this time of year—early fall is when I’m inspired to bake apple-flavored things! This recipe not only has apples, but zucchini too, which is great—you can never have enough good zucchini recipes for all that zucchini from the garden, can you? Or in my case, from the farmer’s market!
This quick bread has a subtle apple flavor and is also flavored with cinnamon and nutmeg. You can add pecans or walnuts in it too (I didn’t add any nuts to the loaf pictured above). It’s a moist, dense loaf on the inside, and a little crispy and crumbly as you cut into it on the outside. Make sure you grease and flour your pan well–I found that I also needed to loosen the edges of the loaf with a knife so it would come out of the pan easily.Continue reading