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Cinnamon Raisin Bread September 3, 2009

Filed under: Bread — stacielk @ 1:33 am
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This is another one of those Sunday  night memories.  Besides the frozen pizzas and open face cheese sandwiches my mom would whip up after Sunday night church, I also remember having Cinnamon Raisin Bread occasionally.  I threw all the ingredients in the bread machine last Sunday afternoon so it would be ready in time for supper.  We ate the leftovers all week long warmed up in the micro or toasted in the toaster oven for a few minutes and spread with a little butter.  So good!

Cinnamon Raisin BreadCinnamon Raisin Bread

1 egg

1 cup warm milk

4 Tbsp soft butter

1/4 cup water

3 cups bread flour

2 Tbsp brown sugar

2 Tbsp white sugar

1 tsp salt

2 tsp cinnamon

1 pkg yeast

1 cup raisins

In the order listed, put all ingredients in the bread machine except the raisins.  Put the raisins in the extra compartment, if your bread machine has that option and specify that when setting up your bread machine.  Otherwise set the timer to add the raisins during the last few minutes of kneading.  Set bread machine according to your manual.

Recipe from Mom Van Eck


3 Responses to “Cinnamon Raisin Bread”

  1. Juliana Says:

    Hi Stacie…first, thank you so much for visiting my site :-), second, your cinnamon bread looks so yummie, soft and with lots of raisins, the way that I like it! And isn’t the bread machine so neat? I have the little one, which hold approximately 2 cups of flour and I just love it, since there are no mess at all :-)

  2. Cookie Says:

    Looks like it’s time to break out the good old bread machine again!

  3. Hot Garlic Says:

    I love the format of your blog so much! That is so cool how everything, even the posts, has it’s own little tidy square to belong to. Loving it!

    Thanks for your comment about the French Toast, try it, you will love it! It is honestly hardly more effort than making regular french toast it’s self.

    Going up to read more, I liked hearing about your Mom making the bread for you as a child. I love food from my childhood, even if just for pure nostalgia!

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