I loved this recipe. It is really simple, and the end result is delicious. I usually do make some changes, however. It's a small change, but when I am measuring out the cinnamon for both the topping and the bread, I do not level the spoon. My family and I love cinnamon, so the extra cinnamon, in our opinions, makes it much better. I also triple the topping, because I find that it's the best part of the recipe and adds a great flavor. However, since this is a quick bread, as other people have said, you should not mix it for 3 minutes. Combine the dry ingredients in one bowl, and the wet in something like a measuring cup. Blend the wet ingredients until the eggs are mostly beaten. Pour the wet ingredients into the dry ingredients and mix, using a whisk, just until combined. Make sure you mix the batter from the bottom up. The batter will be thick, I promise. It always is for me. As for the topping, I usually use butter instead of margarine, but either works fine. I also use half brown sugar and half granulated sugar, then I mix the sugars with the cinnamon using my hands to break up any lumps of brown sugar. Then I add the butter and squash it in using a fork. Like I said, I triple the topping recipe. I add all the topping on top and swirl it with a knife. I think giving out loaves of these baked in mini loaf pans would be a lovely homemade gift, if you're looking to give someone something special.
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I loved this recipe. It is really simple, and the end result is delicious. I usually do make...