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I have very fond memories of childhood on my grandma’s farm.
She would always be baking something, and I was her official taste-tester. I loved it when she made me her famous apple cinnamon raisin swirl bread.
I love toasting this bread and smearing it with butter or apple butter in the morning for breakfast while I enjoy my steaming hot cup of coffee. It also pairs well with hot cocoa or tea. Whatever floats your boat!
There’s nothing like fresh cream butter smeared across a piping hot slice of homemade raisin bread. Grandma would sip on her coffee as she ate hers and I’d sip on my hot chocolate. Such a wonderful memory!
Food tends to do that to people, help them reminisce about days gone by. Did your grandma or mother have a special recipe that she made with you? Mine would definitely be this cinnamon raisin bread. You’re going to love making this! This recipe is easily going to become your go-t0 sweet bread recipe, for sure 🙂
Photo and recipe courtesy of Amish 365.
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Quick Tip: Liberally grease your baking pan with vegetable oil or Pam Cooking spray before pouring bread dough into it.