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Thread: Yvonne's Done-to-death apple bread

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    From someone on another board. This is one of our favorites-I make many loaves every fall. I normally use applesauce for half of the oil. I didn't have any this time so the last loaves were made with the full cup of oil.

    Yvonne's Done-to-death Apple Bread

    oven 325, bakes in about 1 hour and 10 minutes

    3 eggs, slightly beaten
    2 cups sugar
    1 cup vegetable oil
    1 Tablespoon vanilla

    3 cups flour
    1 teaspoon baking soda
    1 teaspoon ground cinnamon

    4 cups chopped, pared, cored apples (about 3-4) (this puts to good use that darned apple/peeler/corer slicer thing you got at a Pampered Chef party years ago and never used!)
    1 cup chopped pecans

    topping:
    2 Tablespoons sugar
    1/2 teaspoon ground cinnamon

    1. Preheat oven to slow 325. Grease and flour two 8 1/2 x 5 1/2 x 2 1/2 inch loaf pans (or I use those mini loaf pans)

    2. Stir together the eggs, sugar, oil and vanilla in medium sized bowl until well mixed.

    3. Combine the flour, soda and cinnamon on piece of waxed paper, and then then stir into liquid ingredients until just evenly mixed. Stir in the apples and pecans. The mixture will be very thick and gloppy.

    Divide between the loaf pans.

    4: Prepare the topping: combine the sugar and cinnamon in a small cup, and sprinkle over the loaves.

    5: Bake in preheated slow oven at 325 for 1 hour and 10 minutes, approximately. Check it carefully with a tester inserted in center comes out CLEAN. Make sure it's done. Sometimes in my oven they take longer than the time specified. Make sure they are done. Nothing worse than raw middle.

    Let the breads cool in the pans on wire racks for 10 minutes. Run a thin knife around the edges of the pans. Remove the breads from the pans to wire racks to cool.

    The breads are better the second day. Wrap them tightly in plastic wrap or foil and store at room temperature.

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    Thanks

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    Sounds delicious

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    This appple cake recipe is very much like the one I use. I found it does not freeze well, if you use applesauce.
    I bake mine in a tube pan.
    I don't always peel the apples. I tell my family they neeed the extra fiber from the peeling.

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    4 cups chopped, pared, cored apples (about 3-4) (this puts to good use that darned apple/peeler/corer slicer thing you got at a Pampered Chef party years ago and never used!)

    I had to laugh at this; mine has never seen the light of day and at this moment I couldn't even tell you where it is in the house.

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    Just printed this off. Sounds yummy.

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    Can't wait to try this. I also have one of those apple peelers and have never taken it out of the box.

    Thanks Gale

    Lynn :lol:

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    Sounds really good.

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    Thank you as this is easier than my apple pie. And I can give one loaf away.

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    thank you -- sounds like something I could do!

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    Sounds good! Thanks for sharing!

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    Oh my, I use my peeler many times a week for all sorts of things. This sounds delicious. I will get the oven going. Lots of apples in Michigan right now.

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    Will take to quilting class for mid-morning snack. Thanks!!

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    Yummy! Sometimes I even use apple butter for part of the oil. I will definitely be making this and using some apple butter I canned this summer. Thanks for sharing!

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    Candela59,would u care to share your apple butter recipe...Please Thanks in advance

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    Thank You. My husband has been asking for an apple pie but I think I will suprise him with this. He can buy a apple pie at Sam's club.

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    Thanks for sharing can't wait to make.

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    Your recipe sounds great. I know this is silly, but I wonder how many calories would be in a normal slice? I have been counting everything due to losing some weight to help my diabetes, and some other medical problems.

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    Quote Originally Posted by juneayerza
    4 cups chopped, pared, cored apples (about 3-4) (this puts to good use that darned apple/peeler/corer slicer thing you got at a Pampered Chef party years ago and never used!)

    I had to laugh at this; mine has never seen the light of day and at this moment I couldn't even tell you where it is in the house.
    My DIL gave me one of those Pampered Chef apple peelers, didn't like it and found it was kind of sharp and got rusty.

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    I got an apple peeler from Amazon recently and love it. It works SO well even though it looks like a toy. It's called a Starfrit apple peeler.

    http://www.amazon.com/Starfrit-93013.../dp/B000X9EQ7Q

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