Monday, September 11, 2006

Apple Bread

Here is the Apple Bread recipe that Booklogged and Framed asked about:
Image from Wikipedia
3 eggs, beaten 1 t. baking soda
2 c. sugar 1 t. cinnnamon
1 c. oil 3-4 apples, cored and chopped
1 T. vanilla extract 1 c. chopped pecans (or walnuts)
3 c. all-purpose flour

Combine eggs, sugar, oil and vanilla until well mixed. Combine flour, baking soda and cinnamon; stir into egg mixture. Fold in apples and pecans. Divide equally between 2 greased and floured 9" x 5" loaf pans.
Bake at 325 degrees for one hour and 10 minutes. Two loaves :)

I can't find my eggplant recipe and emailed Erin to see if she could find it, but since she has moved, I haven't tried the email, and it may have changed.

Neither do I have Eric's tabouli recipe, but it uses couscous, green onions (I think), chopped tomatoes, golden raisins (a surprise touch), and I can't remember what else. It is beyond delicious! Erin, if you read this, I would like the Eggplant recipe and Eric's tabouli recipe...please.


  1. this is tempting...very tempting. i haven't really been doing a lot of cooking in the last few weeks but i hope to try this one soon.

  2. Oh, my...I'm going to have to try that apple bread when I get back from my cruise...It should have cooled off enough weather-wise here by then! I do like good tabouli, too...=-)

  3. Karoda and Debby - I love the "just right" sweetness with the breads; they make a great breakfast, brunch, or snack.

    I've made banana bread substituting Splenda - worked pretty well (harder to cream into shortening), but since the apple bread uses oil that might work better. Haven't tried it on the apple bread yet.

  4. OOOh, we're driving up to Cartersville and possibly Ellijay tomorrow. Maybe we'll find some good apples although, is it a little early yet? Anyway, I definitely want to try this recipe. I'm working Saturday and I like to take in a treat for the Saturday crew. Nobody wants to work on a Saturday!


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