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This recipe would be a great addition for the holidays. I didn't have a cinn. so I used apple pie spice, which I thought worked out well. Cooked for 50 min and it came out perfect...soft, moist and yummy. Very easy, my 3 year old and I made it together (and she loved it!) To the person who complained that the batter was "lumpy"...it has oatmeal, raisins and apples! Need I say more?
Enjoyed this very much. I baked this in my bread machine using the quick bread setting. It came out great! I omitted the walnuts (since I am allergic) and increased the raisins to 1/2 cup. I also doubled the amount of apples. I used 3 granny smith apples and chopped them up instead of grating them. I put everything in the bread machine in the following order Eggs milk and oil on the bottom. I mixed all of the dry ingredients together in a bowl and then added those on top of the liquid. Last I added the apples and raisins. Came out very moist. 12 generous servings = 3 WW points.
Wonderful dense and moist with a delicate flavor. Used 2c grated apple kept other ingredients the same. Did not add raisins or nuts to the batter. Topped the loaf with a nut crumble topping. Will definately make it again!
I've never made apple bread before (always bananna) so this was a great alternative. I used 2 cu grated apple and omitted the nuts and raisins. I found the bread to be a very delicate flavor even with a dash of cardomon. I often spread peanut butter on my slices for a different taste. I will make it again maybe next time I'll try it without the oats. It was a great first foray away from traditional bananna bread.
This bread is not as sweet as Pumpkin bread but I think it is not supposed to be. I found with a well pre-heated oven I found it better to cook this 50 minutes not the 55-60 as recommended. The first batch at 55 was dry although the taste was great. The second batch at 50 minute turned out great and plenty moist. Of course go the minimum and check with toothpick. Thanks for the great recipie.
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