- n. Alternative form of quick bread.
“The sweet, cake-like quickbread is very similar to recipes for Meyer Lemon and Blueberry Bread and Orange Cranberry Bread, but uses fresh grapefruit juice and candied ginger as a flavor base.”
“This quickbread is quite low in fat, using a combination of oil and applesauce, and also calls for a mix of several types of gluten free flours.”
“This is another one of those recipes that manages to use grapefruit juice instead of lemon or orange juice, both of which appear far more commonly in quickbread recipes, just like the Grapefruit Meringue PieI put together recently.”
“This quickbread is sweet, and zesty, with flavors that you don’t see too often together.”
“The best you can say about a recipe is that it turns out as intended, and that is the case with this quickbread, in terms of texture and baking time and the book's “Bonne Idee” suggestions for ingredient variations.”
“At first glance, you might not think that chocolate and apricots go together - or, at least, several of my tasters seemed to have this opinion when I brought this quickbread out.”
“They make great Jello-molds and can be used to bake any type of cake or quickbread batter that will easily fit into it (volume-wise).”
“January 28, 2009 4: 02 PM katy said ... sounds amazing. and fairly light, for a quickbread!”
“I made the beer bread "cupcakes" using a quickbread recipe.”
“Shaista Tabrez said ... quickbread looks coooooool ...”
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