Granola Cinnamon Bread


I had to use a super fast lens to get this picture, and was ALMOST unsuccessful. My experimental loaf yesterday was this tiny cinnamon bread (half whole wheat flour) with a sprinkling of my homemade maple granola worked into the filling. As you can see, there isn’t much left after the midnight raider had THREE pieces last night, so I took no chances – took this picture first thing this morning!

Next time I will make a larger loaf of this irresistible treat!


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15 Responses to Granola Cinnamon Bread

  1. gypsy97 says:

    It looks yummy! This is the kind of thing I just can’t resist.


    • judilyn says:

      I’ll save some of the next loaf for you! I tasted it when it came out of the oven (and had cooled just a bit), and it was WON-derful, but it doesn’t interest me much now that it is cold. Oh, wait . . . I have a toaster oven !! ;->


  2. The Editors of Garden Variety says:

    Looks divine!


  3. bjdewell says:

    Oh, yeah, that looks great. I wonder if you could put it in the toaster and drizzle a little butter on the slices. Yummy. 🙂 Have you thought about writing a cookbook? You make up so many of your recipes and they all look great – and usually pretty easy to prepare.


    • judilyn says:

      One of the things I like to do with cinnamon bread is to toast it up very crispy, and then spread some flavor of softened coffee ice cream on it. Let it cool just a bit before putting on the ice cream, but you’ll still have to eat it pretty quickly before it melts.

      Probably will never write a cookbook because, as you point out, everything is pretty easy, and by this age, nearly everyone knows how to cook the basic things, which is all you see here. I never measure anything, so a recipe would be basically useless. I put a listing of the ingredients in the key words at a post, especially if there is something peculiar involved. But mostly it is just using your own imagination with basic, ordinary foods.


  4. Liz says:

    It looks delicious. The kind of bread you sit in a corner, and eat until the plate is empty. Thanks for sharing!


  5. LFFL says:

    Well it’s a good think you at least got a picture of some of it. Darn that midnight raider. You should have snapped it as soon as it was done.


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