Friday, February 7, 2014

Blueberry Bread

It is another below zero day! Gosh we are having a hard cold snowy winter.  Time to Bake!!  This summer when blueberries were in season I froze 12 quarts. Last week I made muffins - now I am making bread.

Blueberry Bread

2 Eggs  
1 Cup Sugar 
1 Cup Milk 
3 Tablespoons of Vegetable Oil  
2 Cups Flour
1 teaspoon of Salt  
4 teaspoons of Baking Powder 
1+ Cup of Blueberries  

Mix together the eggs and sugar. Sift together flour, salt and baking powder.
Gradually mix dry ingredients into egg sugar mixture. Fold in blueberries.

Pour mixture into a greased 5x12 inch loaf pan
350 degrees for approx 60 - 70 minutes - check with a toothpick - I use frozen blueberries and the bread baked for about 80 minutes until it was done


22 comments:

  1. I honestly can't think of a better reason to bake other than it's FREEZING out and it's too cold to leave the house. My family are all BIG fans of breads like this for breakfast. I am thinking I could surprise them with a loaf tomorrow morning :)

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  2. This bread looks absolutely delish and I am with you. If it cold outside, turn on the stove. I tend to have the crock pot going all the time as well because it makes you feel more comfortable, if you have something cooking or baking while you see the frozen ground outside.

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  3. Yumm... . how insightful to freeze the blueberries last spring, and then to be able to use them now when the weather is so horrible and you have to stay inside. How did you freeze them? Did you wash them and freeze them in a layer and then move them to a jar?

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    1. That's how we freeze. Wash, let air dry, freeze on a cookie sheet. We also leave our berries frozen until we add them in. Less bleeding of berry color into bread. I am going to make blueberry bread this weekend with this recipe btw!

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  4. Now I wish I had some blueberries in the house! I love mixing in dark choco chips with the version I normally use.

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  5. Blueberries are my favorite! This looks amazing. My daughter would love it for breakfast.

    I hope it warms up for you soon.

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  6. Mmmm...this looks heavenly!!
    My kids love blueberries and most of the time I don't even get a chance to make anything with them.
    How did you freeze your berries so they didn't end up mushy?

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  7. That bread looks yummy and great for breakfast. :) I wish we had great "freezing" baking days here in Florida.

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  8. This looks moist and wonderful! I love to bake on a cold day!

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  9. I am a fan of baking anytime, but especially on cold days! That looks delicious.

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  10. This looks so delicious, and simple to do! I would love to try it. How much flour do you use?

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  11. We have a boatload of bluleberry bushes in our yard and I make bread all summer! I freeze half and give the rest away. I love blueberry bread!

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  12. I really want to tear a bite of that out of my computer. LOOOOVe blueberrys!

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  13. Blueberry bread sounds awesome! I love blueberry muffins so I will definitely have to try this! Thanks for sharing!

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  14. That looks and sounds fabulous. I can almost imagine how good your kitchen smells with this in the oven!!

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  15. This looks really delicious. It's been pretty cold here too!

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  16. My daughter would love this. I'll have to make it for her.

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  17. oh that looks good, nice and moist too!

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  18. Those blueberries look absolutely delicious. I would love to have a big slab of that for breakfast in the morning. We will be trying this for sure.

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  19. I love blueberry anything....this look delicious!

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  20. Yum! I have some blueberries, so I'm going to try this one out this weekend!

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