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April 27, 2006



Sounds dee-lish!!

Angie Mc

Devin and I have sorta done this with quick bread but have never seen the idea presented so clearly. This is a keeper! Thanks, Dawn.


Amy and Angie, thanks for your comments!

This is the one recipe we keep taped up somewere, all the time (inside the baking cabinet). I try to keep batches of the dry ingredients pre-measured at the ready and then also prepare and freeze 2 cup mix-n-matches (like zucchini, butternut squash or applesauce). It makes it easier to throw together. All my boys (dh included) loooove quick bread any time of day. :)


I just made this recipe today with the strawberries and 2 cups regular flour with 1 cup whole wheat flour. Everyone loved it. Definitely a dessert! It is nice to have such a flexible quick bread recipe. Thank you.


Helene, I'm so glad you enjoyed the recipe. We are actually making it today ~ with overripe bananas!

One thing I forgot to mention was when I made the strawberry bread, I tossed the berries with a bit of flour first to keep them from sinking to the bottom of the bread while baking. I learned that from my grandmother who used to make *delicious* blueberry cake every summer ... come to think of it, I'll have to dig that recipe up! :)

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