Fabulous Fall Bread Recipes

We love everything about fall: the smells, the decor a, d the baking. But, nothing quite says “fall” like whipping up some fall-inspired bread recipes! The amazing aroma of bread baking in the oven is enough to make you fall in love with autumn all over again.

With that in mind, today we are sharing 3 fabulous fall bread recipes to help you get into the spirit of autumn. Test out your baking skills by making one of the following fall breads: Chocolate Chip Pumpkin Bread, Banana Tea Bread, and Apple Cinnamon Bread. Which one will you try first?

Chocolate Chip Pumpkin Bread

The first recipe is a delicious Chocolate Chip Pumpkin Bread. This recipe includes some amazing ingredients consisting of dark chocolate chip morsels, cinnamon sugar, nutmeg and pumpkin puree. The smell alone is enough reason to bake this amazing bread, but it tastes so delicious that you may find yourself making it again and again all season long. You’ll find that this bread recipe is already very moist and full of flavor. However, feel free to switch up the dark chocolate to semi-sweet or remove the chocolate chips altogether depending on your sweet tooth.

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Banana Tea Bread

This next recipe is a tasty bread with a wonderfully moist texture and lots of flavor. We love it so much that it has become one of Daily Mom’s favorites. Make this recipe your own by adding your choice of nuts. Walnuts are typically a favorite in any banana bread recipe, so start with those if you like walnuts. Instead of using the requested fat, replace it with vegan Earth Balance margarine which you can find at most health food stores. You can also replace the butter for applesauce to make it a tad bit healthier. Add a mix of cinnamon and sugar to the top of the bread loaf before placing it in the oven, which then creates a caramelized layer on top that adds to this flavorful fall treat.

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Apple Cinnamon Bread

This apple cinnamon bread is another fun one to make. Spice up this recipe by adding in additional cinnamon and choose your favorite apple to add into the bread. It is autumn, so there are plenty of apple orchards around to find your desired apple to add. This bread tastes like a combination between applesauce and an apple flavored donut fresh from the cider mill. Again for a caramelized taste, add extra sugar and cinnamon to the top of the bread loaf before placing it in the oven.

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Whether you enjoy apples or bananas or both, these fabulous autumn recipes are sure to turn into a family fall tradition. Build memories with your little ones by inviting them into the kitchen to help mix together these breads and enjoy the smile on their face as they get to taste their creation. Indulge in the sweet tastes and smells fall has to offer before the fun season is gone!

For more fall recipes, check out our 4 ingredient pumpkin pancakes!

Photo credits: Danielle Jones, Photo by Ken Lawrence on Unsplash




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Danielle Jones
Danielle lives Kalamazoo, MI with her husband, Jason and their very active, goofy and curious toddler, Braxton. They also have two non-ferocious and loving pit bulls. When Danielle isn’t writing, she is working as a recruiter and also runs a photography business (Two Clicks Photography and Design) with her sister. Her interests include fitness, healthy eating, cooking, wine, reading, photography, exploring beautiful state of Michigan, and spending time with family. She is a hardcore Spartans, Lions, Tigers and Red Wings fan and can talk sports all day long. You can find her blog here: https://thiscrazybeautifullifeasweknowit.wordpress.com/ and visit her photography page at https://www.facebook.com/twoclicksphotographyanddesign. Follow her on Instagram: danielle_jones and twitter: @ daniseitzjones.

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