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Forget Starbucks – This Homemade Bread Will Carry You Into The Clouds
There was a time when I used to think applesauce bread was a mandatory item at the holiday dinner table. Don’t get me wrong – I still think it’s delicious. But after I found this recipe on The View From Great Island, it changed my life. You think I’m being over-dramatic? Well, you haven’t tasted this cranberry bliss bread yet.
If you’ve ever had the pleasure of enjoying a Starbucks cranberry bliss bar, you may have an idea of how awesome this recipe is. I mean, you get the same, incredible flavors – but a whole loaf of them!
They say the holidays are about sharing, but I kind of don’t feel like sharing a single piece of this loaf. I think I’m just going to make 2, right away. One for the guests and one, all for me! The bread itself is super juicy and tasty on its own, but when you cover it with frosting, decorate with craisins and drizzle with white chocolate? It. Is. To. Die. For. It doesn’t matter how many helpings you got at dinner, there’s always room for a slice of this!
Recipe and image courtesy of The View From Great Island.
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Quick Tip: You serve the bread without the frosting to make it lighter – but who would want to do that?