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Autumn Harvest Bread

I love freshly baked bread. Don’t you? …I guess that is a meaningless question, who doesn’t love freshly baked bread?

This bread is so scrumptious and has a little bit of everything good for you mixed in. It’s loaded with fruit, nuts, spice, and even vegetables. It is sweetened with crushed pineapple which reduces the amount of sugar needed to make it tasty, and ready to eat. This makes a very quick and convenient breakfast if you are on the go. Just grab a hard-boiled egg, some coffee, (to go along side) and you have a true breakFAST.

…Not to mention, your house will smell D-E-L-I-C-I-O-U-S! The aroma of fresh-baked bread just says “I’m home,” doesn’t it? Hope you enjoy this wholesome autumn bread recipe.

Start by combining the crushed pineapple, egg, and oil in a large bowl.

Next stir add the flour, brown sugar, raisins, baking powder, baking soda, salt, ground cinnamon, shredded carrots, and walnuts to the bowl.

Mix! …until blended. It should look something like this:

Look at all the beautiful flecks of orange from the carrot and big pieces of walnuts…I can’t wait!

Next get a little butter in a dish

I use a ½ pint size mason jar, and melt it in the microwave for just ten seconds.

Grease the loaf pan well.

Don’t be shy; make sure to get the butter is on every surface even the ledges of the pan. The better you accomplish this step the easier it will be to remove the bread from the pan.

Next…garnish with pumpkin seeds, sunflower seeds…whatever you like.

Bake in the oven for 50-55 minutes or until a toothpick inserted in the center comes out clean. Wait about 1 hour before slicing.

(Printable Recipe) 

Love, Grey and Brianna

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