Thursday, September 1, 2016

Applesauce Bread

Words like apple, cinnamon, and oatmeal 
sound like the beginning of fall baking to me. 
This easy quick bread is just what I'm in the
 mood for today. A great September bread. 
Thise bread is not to too sweet and  makes
a nice snack or fast breakfast on the go. 
 I use baking spray to prepare the pans.
My small pans were 3x5½x2.
 First: Use a whisk to mix the dry ingredients.
Second: In another bowl whisk the wet 
              ingredients until mixed well. 
Third: Add the dry ingredients to the wet 
            ingredients. Combine well. 
Fourth: Stir in the applesauce.
 Poor into the prepared pans. 
 Bake for about 30 minutes until golden and a
knife inserted near the center comes out clean.
 Let cool slightly then remove from the pans.
 I see gift potential here. 
 Wrap the bread in cling wrap while it is still a bit 
warm. That improves the flavor and moistness.
Put the wrapped loaves in a ziploc bag to freeze.
But keep one out and slice the warm bread
and have it with your afternoon tea. 
I love an afternoon tea break with a
freshly baked goodie. 


Applesauce Bread
2 C flour
1 C oatmeal
¼ t salt
2 t baking powder
2 t cinnamon
Combine the dry ingredients in a bowl
and use a whisk to mix it together.
In another large bowl combine and whisk:
1 C sugar
¾ C canola oil
2 eggs
½ C sour cream
1 t vanilla
Add the flour mixture to the wet mixture.
Combine well, scraping the sides of the bowl.
Stir in:
1 C applesauce
Pour into 4 prepared small bread pans.
Bake in the middle of a 350 oven for 30
minutes until golden and aknife inserted
near the center comes out clean.
Cool slightly then remove from pans.

recipe discovered On Sutton Pace

Links: Between Naps On The Porch


  1. The bread sounds so good but do you use quick oats or the old fashion oats

  2. Thank you letting me know Have a great day.

  3. Wow that is a very awesome recipe. I will definitely try this at home.Pakistani Cooking Recipes are the best. I love all Pakistani Recipes and indian recipes and mostly the appetizers by zarnak sidhwa recipes