Blueberry Bread & Sunshine

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I made some more fruit bread today. I split the mix in two separate bowls and put blueberries in one and strawberries in the other. I poured the batter into 2 separate little loaf pans and made strawberry bread and blueberry bread.
The blueberry bread tastes really good. I may make a big loaf of it next time.
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I’m happy to report that the sun finally came out today. It warmed up to a balmy 32°. 😉
I was so excited to see the sunshine that I had to take a photo of it to share with you.
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Here’s wishing you all a weekend
of sunshine and warm temps.
🙂spcr1

Putting Strawberry Bread to the test

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It’s 50° this gray dreary rainy Tuesday. I have chicken stroganoff in the slow cooker cooking for supper and I just made a fresh loaf of Strawberry Bread.

I’ve been wanting to do a test at baking using some the foodstuffs we’ve switched too and this Strawberry Bread was the perfect recipe to try them on. First I had to half the recipe. Why do folks create such big recipes? Anyway, Plain flour, baking soda and cinnamon were the only original ingredients from the recipe that I used. For the rest I replaced them with olive oil, egg maker (liquid eggs), mix of sugar/splenda, lite salt. The batter was so thick that I added some 1% milk and I then added a bit of vanilla for good measure. lol So really I made a new recipe today. I like that.
The finished bread smells wonderful, looks nice and tastes really good to me. I’m really happy with my success of this bread. I hope my hubby likes it too. If my hubby likes it, I’ll put the recipe in my keeper folder for future use.

I hope your test recipes turn out successful and
your homes are filled with aroma of home-cooking.

Wishing you a pleasant rest of the day.

🙂

2-5-2014- edited in:
I’m happy to say that my husband loved my Strawberry Bread and even carried a couple slices to work in his lunch today. 🙂
I’m so happy, I have another recipe to make from time to time. I just love it when my recipes turn out well.

spcr1