I liked learning about patterns of recipes, because I enjoy creating foods, and I also like being able to use things that I usually have things handy, and can make things at last moments too.
Preheat oven 400 degrees F.
Mix it all gently in a bowl, and pour it into a greased loaf pan.
Bake 50 minutes
Cool 20 minutes for better slicing it.
|Time:||probably 3-5 Minutes Preparation Time|
50 Minutes Cooking Time
Source: I know I must have found it somewhere, but, the recipe has been in my head for so many years.
By kas2 from Rockford, MI
One I especially was surprised with using strawberry or red pop (soda), and I put some sliced strawberries, and nuts, and coconut, and what a pretty pink bread, and very nice strawberry flavor. ;)
Thanks for this "pattern." I have noticed others but just got a new scone pan from Williams-Sonoma and discovered it makes the best and easiest to remove muffins. I think this will translate over to many interesting combination triangular muffins. Perfect portion size.
I am going to try this. I see someone already has so I am voting for you for the contest. I am thinking about trying mollases and Dr Pepper to see how it turns out. I will also add some dried fruit chopped fine too. Let you know how it turns out.
I am going to try this. And if it don't turn out right tonight I will be chatting my disappointment.
SickandSexy, I am assuming that that is a 12 oz. can of soda? I used 12 ounces and the batter was so thick I could hardly stir it. I had to add a little more and it was still thick. I used cherry soda and dried cherries and nuts. I am sorry to say this, but I hate that I wasted the ingredients on this. I will never make it again.
I meant to add that this was not a sweet bread at all. Two tablespoons of a sweetener was not sweet enough for me. I ended up throwing the whole works in the garbage. Such a waste and I am on a very small budget to boot.
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