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Well I ALMOST gave this 3 stars instead of 4... but I'm still eating the stuff. The maple flavoring makes it taste like pancakes -- but not very good pancakes. I gives me that "artificial flavoring" after taste too. The bread is really dry (and I only cooked it for about 45 minutes). I wouldn't make this again.
I cut the sugars back by half used oatmeal instead of wheat germ (tight budget right now I don't have extra money for ingredients I don't have on hand--I just ran the old fashioned oats through the food processor for a finer consistancy) and I flip-flopped the baking powder/baking soda amounts. I made muffins out of this recipe. Right before baking I sprinkled each muffin mound with a cinnamon-sugar mixture. I was able to get 12 big muffins out of one recipe. Baked at 350 they were done at exactly 22 minutes. Not only do they smell amazing they taste fantastic. I will make these again.
Husband and kids all loved it. I didn't have wheat germ and used oatmeal instead. I could see how some would comment that it tasted like bad pancakes - I think if you had really high quality maple extract it would be particularly good (I just would have no idea where to get that) - maybe one could tray using real maple syrup?