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Applesauce Bread



Baking applesauce bread is one of the most delicious treats you can make in your kitchen. It's a simple and easy recipe that yields flavorful results. Plus, it smells amazing while baking!

Making this delectable dessert starts with combining all the dry ingredients in a bowl. Flour, brown sugar, baking powder, salt and of course, applesauce. You'll mix them together until they are all blended and the applesauce is evenly distributed. Next, you'll whisk together eggs, butter and milk in a separate bowl. Then slowly add the wet ingredients to the dry mixture and stir it until everything is just combined - don't over mix! Now your batter is ready for baking

Grab a baking pan and bake up a loaf of applesauce bread. Once it's finished, it's time to enjoy! Slice thick pieces and top with a big dollop of butter - you won't regret it. The bread is fluffy and fragrant, with a hint of sweetness from the applesauce. You can also mix in cinnamon-sugar or dried apple pieces for an extra bit of flavor.

Before baking, be sure to sprinkle with cinnamon-sugar mixture. It gives the finishing touch to this delicious bread.


Applesauce Bread
Applesauce Bread Recipe

APPLESAUCE BREAD

2 ¼ cup Flour

½ tsp Baking soda

1 tsp Baking Powder

1 tsp Cinnamon

½ tsp Nutmeg

½ tsp Salt

1 ¼ cup Applesauce

½ cup White sugar

½ cup Brown Sugar

2 Eggs

5 Tbs Butter, melted


Preheat oven to 350°

Grease a 9 x 5 bread pan. Line the bottom with parchment paper. This will help when you remove bread from the pan and also keeps the bottom of the bread from turning too dark.

In a small bowl, mix eggs, applesauce, and melted butter. In a larger bowl, stir flour, baking soda and baking powder, cinnamon, salt, nutmeg together.

Gently add wet ingredients to dry and mix thoroughly but do not overmix.

Pour into the prepared pan.

Bake for 50 - 60 minutes. Use a toothpick to test for doneness, when the toothpick pulls out clear, your bread is done.


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