Recipe by NYBOR
"A quick bread that's moist and yummy for the tummy! Easy and tasty."
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1 (29 ounce) can
sliced peaches with juice
1 1/2 cups
butter flavored shortening
If you leave out the juices of the canned peaches, the bread turns out WONDERFULY!!! Try it that way, and see for yourself.
Unfortunately, this bread was a flop. The batter tasted good, but was way too runny, more so even than cake batter. It looks like the recipe calls for too little flour, which is a shame. I would have liked it to work out and it was a waste of good peaches.
Rather than using canned peaches, I pureed two large, fresh peaches (about 20 ounces) and added this to the batter. It worked perfectly.
I cut this recipe in half (and used a 15 oz. can of sliced peaches) and the bread did fall but has a wonderful moist texture and yummy flavor! Sort of a pumpkin/pear/pumpkin mix. Different but good especially warm with butter!
More of a cake than bread. It was very, very, very moist and it was difficult to wrap them to give as gifts because they were so soft. I will probably make again but reduce the amount of peach juice and add something to hold the bread together better. Nevertheless a very tasty bread
I think this is really good bread.I did make a few changes.Instead of canned peaches I used 2 cups of fresh peaches and instead of putting them in the blender I just chopped them up and drained most of the juice off.I also added about a half teaspoon of almond extract because I like the flavor with the peaches.I did not have shortening so I used canola oil instead.I made 4 mini loaves and before baking I sprinkled a little brown sugar on the tops.I left the nuts out because we don't care for them in bread.My husband and I both really loved this bread and he said it reminded him of peach cobbler.
Wish I would have read the reviews before making this.This is way too runny.I agree with cutting the juice.It looked like alot of batter,so I divide it by thirds so it would not run over in the oven.Unfortunealty,the bread fell drastically a few minutes after baking.Needs more flour.This did not taste as peachy as I would have liked But I would make again with more flour,less juice.
I used frozen peaches thawed in this recipe and I chopped them. The consistency when I put it into the pan was as it should be. However this batter would have been better in one pan instead of two. It came out very flat. The flavor was good.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Just Peachy Bread
Serving Size: 1/20 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 20
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 89
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