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Quick Bread Mix

Rated as 3.93 out of 5 Stars

"Bulk mix suitable for quick breads and/or muffins. These are great baked in mini pans for an assortment on trays for gifts. I also bake a lot for fall bake sales. Three cups of mix makes one large or two medium loaves. Add 1 cup pureed cooked vegetable or fruit such as pumpkin, winter squash, carrots, apricots, applesauce, mashed banana along with whatever nuts, fruits or flavorings you desire."
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Ingredients

1 h 5 m servings 187 cals
Original recipe yields 60 servings (6 large or 12 medium loaves)

Directions

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  1. Mix thoroughly flour, sugar, baking powder, soda, and salt. (Can be stored on the shelf for months.)
  2. Mix 3 cups baking mix, oil, eggs, and 1 cup vegetables or fruits. Add flavorings, nuts, raisins, dates, etc., if desired. Pour into one 8-1/2x4-1/2 inch or two 7-1/4x3-1/2 inch greased loaf pans.
  3. Bake at 350 degrees F (175 degrees C) for 30 to 45 minutes.

Nutrition Facts


Per Serving: 187 calories; 2.2 g fat; 39.3 g carbohydrates; 2.8 g protein; 6 mg cholesterol; 459 mg sodium. Full nutrition

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All recipes need some altering to suit an individuals taste. A recipe is a base. I am a prof. baker who took Helen's recipe and made it mine with a few changes. You must know your oven and if re...

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Without trying to sound boastfull I'm a really good cook and baker; but this was the worst thing I've ever baked and tried to eat. I will never make this again!! As my three kids put it YUCK!!

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All recipes need some altering to suit an individuals taste. A recipe is a base. I am a prof. baker who took Helen's recipe and made it mine with a few changes. You must know your oven and if re...

Recipe was great, except it appears to be missing 1 cup of MILK! Batter was like wallpaper paste until I added the milk with the eggs and oil. Baked up perfect and was quick, easy and cheap co...

This is a GREAT recipe. I have made banana bread and pear pecan bread. I too had to add some milk but the amount was dependent on how moist the add-ins were. I used a mixture of pears, brown ...

I recently made this mix to give for Christmas gifts to coworkers. I packaged up one batch for each person with two muffins - one batch made with pumpkin and pecans and one batch made with bana...

Without trying to sound boastfull I'm a really good cook and baker; but this was the worst thing I've ever baked and tried to eat. I will never make this again!! As my three kids put it YUCK!!

I only wanted one loaf of bread, so I had to do the division to break down this recipe. But it's good to know the bulk measurements too. The bread was great!

This is a wonderful time-saver. I substituted fresh ground whole wheat, reduced the oil and added more vegetable or fruit. I also added a scoop of soy powder for more protein. It is delicious a...

This makes a really soft and wonderful loaf of bread. I made it yesterday and it is gone. I, too, had to add milk to the recipe but I only needed 1/2 cup. This recipe is definitely a "keeper"!

My family, along with everyone else who has tried the loaves from this recipe love it. I like it because I have stocked up on muffins and loaves for preschool and work lunches.