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  • Author image By Sammyjay95
    11.06.16   Edit

    This looks so good. I might just have to make it today.

  • Author image By ajs8944
    07.29.16   Edit

    it looks delicious!

  • Author image By mallikarjuna
    04.11.12   Edit

    I may try it with a little more cinnamon as well

  • Author image By kmchilds
    11.27.11   Edit

    I made this bread yesterday. The smell from the oven while it was baking was wonderful. It was very moist. I baked mine in glass loaf pans so I set oven temp at 325 deg and baked for a bit longer. You can eat this with or without frosting and it is still great! Thanks Daisy !

  • Author image By Lottie729
    11.13.11   Edit

    I made this yesterday and it came out great! I didn't make the frosting in the interest of saving calories but next time I might do one loaf with the frosting and one without. I may try it with a little more cinnamon as well. I also used almonds (since that's the only nut I had), but would probably be better with walnuts or pecans. This is a great fall recipe that I can definitely see myself making for future Thanksgivings!

  • Author image By lelabrown
    11.12.11   Edit

    This sounds so good that I'm drooling already ♥

  • Author image By caarmstead01
    11.10.11   Edit

    Thanks daisykuchins, looks delicious and easy.

  • Author image By dlori
    11.10.11   Edit

    Looks delicious. I was thinking the same thing on the icing. I guess you can use any cream cheese frosting. I wish people would label what type of butter. I always use unsalted when baking but I never know for sure. I"m going to try freezing a loaf. 2 is to many for me.

  • Author image By daisykuchins
    11.10.11   Edit

    Here is the recipe for the icing. Ingredients: 2 cups confectioners' sugar, sift before measuring 1 1/2 tablespoons butter, soft 1/2 teaspoon vanilla extract 1/4 teaspoon salt 3 to 4 tablespoons milk Preparation: Combine all icing ingredients in small mixing bowl. Stir until smooth and well blended. Adjust for spreading consistency if necessary, adding more milk or more confectioners' sugar. Spread icing or drizzle cake.

  • Author image By swisseyes
    11.10.11   Edit

    where is recipe for icing???????????

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