Applesauce Bread — Weekend Cooking — 19 Comments

    • It’s pretty sweet. I think of it as a substitute for a muffin or quick bread although it has much less sugar than those. It wouldn’t be my choice for a chicken salad sandwich, but it’s good with peanut butter or a creamy cheese spread.

  1. Yay! So glad you posted your recipe, Joy! I have a bread machine that I don’t use anymore and have been thinking of giving it away. Perhaps I need to try this recipe first. It looks delicious and I’m a big fan of Grade B maple syrup. It’s the BEST! I never buy Grade A anymore. ๐Ÿ˜‰

    I love Carol’s idea of using it to make a turkey and brie sandwich! I’d add a bit of homemade cranberry sauce to that sandwich, too. Perfect use of Thanksgiving leftovers. ๐Ÿ˜€

  2. I have a bread machine and this recipe souunds so easy, that I have to give it a try. I now use store bought mixes but that needs to change ๐Ÿ˜‰

    The yeats, is it active yeast, or is dry one okay too?

    • Huh. I don’t know how to answer that. The most commonly available yeast here is labeled “Active Dry” yeast, which I guess is both? I’m sure whatever yeast works for your other bread machine recipes would be fine with this one.

  3. I don’t have a bread machine! I wonder if I can figure out how to make it like a regular bread recipe. Just bought a big bag of apples, so can even make the applesauce. Once we made our own a few times, I never bought another jar of applesauce. No one wanted it!

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