Recipe by lenihan5
"This started out as muffins but I found that it can be baked as bread too. The lemon juice gives it a nice bite and the whole wheat bread gives it a great nutty flavor."
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egg, room temperature
fresh lemon juice
whole wheat flour
1 1/2 teaspoons
We think it's a delicious recipe. The taste is right for those who don't like too sweet muffins (and the others can add honey or jam in the middle before eating). I think cookig time is too long: in my oven 40 minutes max are enough, or they burn on top.
Extra cinnamon adds to the flavor. Less lemon juice makes it better.
Nice taste, easy, and great for those who don't like sweet bread. However, had I not added pecans, I don't think it would have been as enjoyable.
The texture of this bread is very good and it's not too sweet. I ended up using vanilla yogurt instead of plain, added walnuts, and instead of cinnamon and nutmeg, I used lemon zest so that it would have an extra lemon-y flavor. Next time I think I will add more yogurt since the consistency of the batter was a bit thick (maybe I added too many dry ingredients) and I will definitely turn the heat down! I baked it at 370 for 36-37 minutes and the top got a bit burnt! Will set it at 350 next time.
Pretty good taste, but it needs something extra, like nuts or more spice.
This bread is a pretty basic quick bread, but the batter is dry, and with the 50 minute bake time it got a bit overdone. I made mini muffins, mini loaves, and a regular sized loaf. The mini muffins were done at 15 min, the mini loaves at 25, and apparently the regular loaf probably should've been 30-35 min, not 50. I used peach yogurt (all I had) and used 3 6 oz containers. I think I'd add one more egg next time to make the batter a little more runny and/or add some fruit. It's good, but there's no overall fruity, lemony, or specific flavors. Thanks for the recipe!
This bread turned out great. It had good texture a pleasant flavor and was super moist. I topped mine with a good scattering of Uncle Sam Cereal before baking, that was a really nice topping to it.
This was pretty good. The texture was wonderful, but it was just rather bland, and I had added extra spices. It was way better after cooling.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Yogurt Whole Wheat Quick Bread
Serving Size: 1/12 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 12
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 44
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