Delicious Recipe for the Holidays!
I made these into 12 muffins, adding 1/4 tsp salt, 3T more sugar, and 1/2 tsp vanilla extract. If you're not a fan of nutmeg, either reduce the amount or omit it altogether. Adding a little orange zest would be delicious too. The recipe seems to be forgiving, so you could increase the nutrition content by swapping half of the all purpose flour for whole wheat, as the batter is very moist. Remember the flavor will vary, based on the brand of cranberry sauce you use. I tested the batter for sweetness before baking. I would definitely make these again.
Confirm recipes with seniors when you get them
Had a 15 year old recipe from my great aunt who always made this every year for Thanksgiving. She has severe dementia now, doesn't cook, so I couldn't confirm her ingredients on her hand written recipe..
I used a combination of her recipe ( add salt and 3/4 cup sugar, butter) with your recipe of baking powder and cinnamon. It's in the oven now. Hopefully it turns out ok.
I made this for my cranberry-hating family, and everyone loved it- including my picky 2 year old! It was delicious and this super easy recipe is definitely a keeper.
This bread is fantastic!
This recipe is a keeper. I doubled the recipe and used a quart of my canned cranberry sauce. It was very moist. It made two loaves and a tiny loaf for grandma.
Made this recipe with some of the suggestions (salt and vanilla) and love it to start my day! This is a keeper!