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Saturday
Mar122011

Well Bread: Strawberry and Cinnamon Bread Using A Breadmaker from Ben of Breadmaker Reviews

Are you still using your breadmaker to make regular old bread, like a jerk?

Well quit it, and use your breadmaker to bake up something sweet, starting with this Strawberry and Cinnamon Bread.

This is a guest post and recipe from Cake Gumshoe Ben, a passionate foodie with a penchant for cooking outdoors (especially in the Australian summertime) who has a unique day job: he reviews and puts together buying guides for kitchen appliances. Here's what is known in the biz as a "plug" for his website: 

At Breadmaker Reviews we aim to provide you with not only great, in-depth reviews on breadmakers, but valuable information that will help you know exactly what to look for and where to get it.

but most importantly, here's the recipe. You're welcome.

Strawberry & Cinnamon Bread using a Breadmaker

  • 1 packet frozen, sweetened strawberries (About 300g), thawed
  • 1 1/2 cups flour
  • 1 cup white sugar
  • 2 eggs
  • 1/2 cup vegetable oil
  • 1 teaspoon baking soda
  • 1/2 teaspoon baking powder
  • 2 teaspoon ground cinnamon
Procedure
  1. Drain the juice from the strawberries, setting aside about 1/2 of it.
  2. In a large mixing bowl mix together the flour, sugar, eggs, oil, baking soda, baking powder and cinnamon. (You can use the kneading function on your breadmaker to do this part but ensure you do the next step by hand.)
  3. Very lightly fold in the strawberries and the juice set aside earlier. Don't overdo this part as you want the strawberry flavour to streak through, rather than be dissolved in the bread.
  4. Add the ingredients into your bread pan, place it into the breadmaker and select the quick bake cycle (medium crust texture if available).
  5. Remove pan from breadmaker immediately after baking and allow to cool before removing bread.

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Reader Comments (6)

I use a bread machine whenever I bake bread, too, and I love it. Thanks so much for providing the link on bread maker reviews, when my machine dies now I know which maker to buy!
March 13 | Unregistered CommenterRosieP
Oh, wow. I've been wanting a simple dessert I can make in my bread machine, and I've got frozen strawberries in the freezer. I am making this tonight! Thank you for posting the recipe : )
March 13 | Unregistered CommenterAngie
This sounds awesome, but I dont have a bread machine! Can I follow the same recipe and bake in the oven??
March 14 | Unregistered Commenterkristen
Does this call for all purpose flour or bread flour?
March 14 | Unregistered Commenterchocolateinam
My mouth is watering! Yum! It would be interesting to try this recipe with whole grain einkorn and sucanat sweetener, making a much more nutritious dessert.
March 15 | Unregistered CommenterEinkorn
Bread is my most favorite one for my breakfast food. Most of the time I'll try to have it in my breakfast. Your strawberry and cinnamon bread writing is able to makes me more impress to enjoy more this delicious bread. Your bread Ingredients is very easy to collect and such kind of food is also most attractive for my husband as well as.
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October 12 | Unregistered CommenterSmith

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