This recipe turned out great, however, I did make some changes. I DOUBLED the original recipe and made these additional changes: 1 16.3oz container of creamy peanut butter - only b/c I didn't have chunky 3 eggs 1/4 cup oil 2 cups buttermilk instead of regular milk Also, I blended all of the wet ingredients together seperately using a hand mixer(to avoid splattering, cream all of the wet ingradients except the buttermilk first, and then gradually mix in the buttermilk). In a seperate bowl I blended the dry ingredients with a fork, then mixed the two together, being careful not to overdo it. I ended up with 3 loaves in 2 two different size pans, and one of those was metal, so my cooking time varied from 45 min. to 1 hour, however 325 degrees was a better temperature - especially if you are using a metal pan. My loaves were not dry at all, and weren't dense - the texture was very good. I suspect a previous reviewer didn't use enough baking powder, b/c it calls for Tablespoon not teaspoon. The only drawback I had was that the loaves wanted to stick, so make sure the pans are well-greased and floured. Next time I will use chunky peanut butter, or add some chopped nuts, because I think that would only make it better. I hate to see a good recipe get bad reviews, so I hope this helps.
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This recipe turned out great, however, I did make some changes. I DOUBLED the original recipe...