Recipe by MICHELLECA
"A rich and moist spiced quick bread made with avocado. Sounds weird but it's great! This bread is moist and rich and...GREEN!"
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2 2/3 cups
1 1/2 teaspoons
1 7/8 cups
1 1/2 cups
mashed ripe avocado
grated orange zest
Very interesting, and very, very good! I chose this recipe in the first place and decided to follow it exactly because I've come across this submitter's name several times either with her recipes or with her reviews and have always found she knows what she's doing! If Michelleca says it, I respect it and I follow it! I used this batter for muffins and baked them at 375 degrees for about 20 minutes. What the avocado doesn't contribute in flavor is more than made up for by what it contributes in richness and moistness. Because it is a neutral flavor the bread (or muffins in my case) picks up the flavor of whatever additions you make. In this case the orange flavor is prominent with a hint of cinnamon and spice - very pleasant. It is the addition of the orange zest, pecans and raisins that really make this extraordinarily delicious, and I would suggest not to leave any of it out. The bread is not quite green but definitely a different color. It is beautifully flecked with the pecans, nuts, raisins, and specks of orange zest and green avocado. I loved the recipe just as written but the mildness of the avocado lends this to any number of flavor or fruit variations. I topped the muffins with sparkling sugar before they went in the oven, which gave them a sweet, sparkly crunch. Once again, Michelleca, you have come up with something good!
Just "ok." Moist, dense, bread, pleasant enough. I cut the sugar down to 1.5 cups and found that sweet enough. Nice to use up avocado, but give me carrot quick bread any day.
Excellent bread. I made it in a decorative bundt pan, precut it and dusted it ith a light sprinkle of powdered sugar. Crowd favorite. Try using macadamia nuts, wonderful addition. Mine came out quite green, but you can add a few drops of food coloring to achieve that if desired. If you don't have buttermilk on hand, you can use 1 Tbls of vinegar in the milk.
I gave this recipe 5 stars not only because it tastes great (much like zucchini bread), but also because it's a terrific way to use those just-about-ready-to-toss avocados! I only had 2 avocados (equivalent to about 1 cup mashed) so I added some applesauce to extend it. Also, in keeping with the "green" theme, I used pistachios and omitted the raisins. Might be fun to make it red and green for Christmas and use dried cherries!
GREAT BREAD!! This recipe is fantastic. Do not let the word "Advocado" (use Haas Advocado's)scare you away from this bread. This is very sweet and for added taste I added an orange sauce and whip cream. This is a must try and if you have any reservations put them aside. Thanks for something different and exciting.
This idea behind this recipe intrigued me... It's a different but delicious taste- I enjoyed it a lot- added more raisins as well as some more chopped pecans- my mother did comment, however, that it tasted too much like allspice- maybe I'd lessen that if I was to make this again. It's a unique bread- one that I don't think would go unnoticed if served- I definately don't think I wasted my time making this.
This bread was such a surprise. I was of course apprehensive, (AVOCADO BREAD?!?) but had to try it after reading the reviews. Excellent. The avocado, while absent in taste, provides an excellent creamy texture. I love avocado, but you could really hardly taste it. If it's similar to anything, I'd say banana nut bread (which I actually hate), but MUCH MUCH better. It was fabulous, my mom has already finished half the loaf I made yesterday. Great warm with a little butter spread on the top!
I have an avocado tree in my back yard and didn't know what to do with them. Found this recipe and loved it. Made several loafs for gifts this year. Not one complaint!! In fact everyone has asked for the recipe. I did make some changes. Added more raisins and more nuts. Did not use allspice or orange zest but added more cinnamon. Making several more and freezing them for later in the year.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Avocado Quick Bread
Serving Size: 1/20 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 20
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 100
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