Moist, flavorful and oh so good for you! What more could you want in a quick bread?
Mini Fruit and Sunflower Loaves
beauty4ashes83 Posted: 12/07/08
megandebusk Posted: 11/09/08
this recipe is wonderful. i did add some splenda to this recipe just to give it a little sweeter taste. i especially liked it the next morning with coffee. i also like that there are not that many calories. my son and husband also loved this recipe. i will definitely be making some for holiday gifts.
goodfood4ursoul Posted: 02/27/09
Way too oily! And just not very good. Sorry!
seaside725 Posted: 01/02/12
I didn't find this a bit oily. Since I didn't have any small pans, I made this as a large bread. I will keep this in mind for holiday gifts next year. It was moist, tasty and easy to make.
smd1212 Posted: 01/16/14
I've made this with sunflower seeds and with toasted, chopped pecans, both good, and I've added about 1/4 tsp cinnamon, I would increase to 1/2 tsp next time. I've made in small loaf pans and in a 9x5 and both times had to watch for excessive browning and used foil collars for last 10 minutes or so to get it baked all the way through without burning edges. I think I'll try as muffins next...