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    Default Plantation Peanut Bread

    Plantation Peanut Bread


    Recipe Description
    If you love peanut butter cookies, I think you will like this quick bread that is simple to make with ingredients we all keep in our pantry. Source: Favorite Brand Name BAKE SALE Cookbook.
    Preparation Steps:Level of Difficulty:
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    Time Needed:
    Preparation: 10 minutes
    Ingredients:
    2 c. all-purpose flour
    1 c. sugar
    2 t. baking powder
    1 t. salt
    1 c. Chunky Peanut Butter (creamy will also work)
    1 egg
    1 c. milk
    Serves:
    1 loaf
    Directions:
    In large bowl, combine flour, sugar, baking powder and salt. Add peanut butter; mix until crumbly. In small bowl, combine egg and milk; mix well. Add to peanut butter mixture, mix until moistened. Pour batter into greased 9x5x3-inch loaf pan. Bake in pre-heated 325°F oven for 50-minutes or until toothpick inserted into center comes out clean. (Grainlady note: I baked mine until it registered 210°F on my Instant Read Thermometer.) Cool on wire rack for 10 minutes; remove from pan and let cool completely.

    (Grainlady note: I used 1 c. freshly-milled whole wheat, 3/4 c. spelt flour, 1/4 c. Hi-Maize Resistant Starch and added 3 T. flaxmeal to increase the fiber and nutrition. I thought it was a little too sweet for us, so I will alter the recipe to use 1/3 c. agave nectar instead of 1 c. sugar the next time.)

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    This sounds delicious!! Thank you!
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    This sounds scrumptious. I love peanut butter cookies so I am going to give this a try.

    I usually do not make cookies because it is time consuming. I do make cookie bars and quick breads.

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    This sounds great! Thanks! I have some mini loaf pans, I'm going to try it in those!

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    It is in the oven RIGHT NOW!

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    Quote Originally Posted by savvy_sniper View Post
    It is in the oven RIGHT NOW!
    Good luck! I sent a loaf out to work with hubby and he said it was gone in 10-minutes.

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    Oh my goodness. Is this ever good. Fantastic with a cold glass of milk. So very quick to make, I made 3 mini loaves instead of one big one, it took about 40 minutes to cook. Fantabulous, thank you!

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    Quote Originally Posted by tervsforme View Post
    Oh my goodness. Is this ever good. Fantastic with a cold glass of milk. So very quick to make, I made 3 mini loaves instead of one big one, it took about 40 minutes to cook. Fantabulous, thank you!
    Glad you liked it!!! Wish I would have had this recipe when we had kids at home . A great recipe to make with common pantry foods.

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    It turned out delicious! Hubby and I ate a piece while it was still warm. I am contemplating making the next batch and putting some of my dehydrated bananas in it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by savvy_sniper View Post
    It turned out delicious! Hubby and I ate a piece while it was still warm. I am contemplating making the next batch and putting some of my dehydrated bananas in it.
    WOO HOO!!! I thought about adding chocolate chips, but dehydrated bananas sounds good too.

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    Wow! That sounds like something to make to hand out to the bell choir. Thank You for the recipe and for all the add on ideas!

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    I made it with dehydrated bananas and JUST took it out of the oven. The house smells wonderful! I can't wait to try it.

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    And it is YUMMY! I had a piece last night and I am getting ready to cut a piece to have with my second cup of coffee.

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    I'm trying this this weekend!

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    It's awesome! A definite keeper for me. I had a couple of snack size hershey bars that I just chopped up in small pieces and put in to it. Not huge chunks, but you got a hint of the chocolate flavor, it was great. Thanks again for the recipe, one of my favorites.

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