Apple bread – tasty and healthy
Apple bread for breakfast or with it as a snack at school. It is something else than an apple and children will love it. Here is the recipe for apple bread, full of apples and raisins.
Taking snacks to school
Now that the school year has started again, many parents are looking for a tasty and responsible breakfast or snack for their children. Taking an apple to school is of course always a good idea. But putting this fruit in a bread makes it even more nutritious and tasty.
Baking with Marlene® Royal Gala
South Tyrol has the largest apple growing area in Europe. Due to the geographical location on the southern side of the Alps combined with the Mediterranean climate, Marlene® apples have a unique taste. Harvest traditionally starts there at the end of August.
The first apple of the season to be harvested is the Royal Gala Marlene®. The new harvest of these sweet apples is now in abundance.
Apple bread, the recipe
Now of course you can make this apple bread with any apple, but I must say that the Marlene apple is quite tasty
Ingredients for 1 apple loaf:
- 250 grams of cottage cheese
- 150 grams of brown sugar
- 3 eggs, dash of milk
- 75 grams of raisins
- 3 teaspoons of cinnamon
- 2 Marlene® Royal Gala apples
- 250 grams whole wheat flour
- Cube of soft butter and piece of baking paper
- 2 teaspoons baking powder
- Preheat the oven to 170 °C.
- Sift the baking powder through the whole wheat flour.
- Grease the cake tin with butter and line it with baking paper.
- Mix the cottage cheese with the sugar and add the eggs one at a time. Stir everything into a creamy mixture.
- Peel the apples and keep a quarter of them aside. Cut this part into thin slices. Cut the remaining parts of the apple into small pieces.
- Add the cinnamon, raisins with diced apple and whole wheat flour to the cottage cheese mixture and place in the cake tin.
- Stick apple slices to the top of the bread batter for decoration.
- Bake the apple loaf for 45 minutes in a preheated oven at 170 °C.
- Enjoy your meal!
Where to buy this apple
Tasty as a snack or breakfast
Following this recipe and getting Marlene® apples, I made this apple bread recipe myself. It is an easy recipe. something I always like. The bread was a success. After the first loaf, I was asked if I would please make another loaf. Now of course there is sugar in this apple bread, so it is not a substitute for the apple that normally comes along as a snack at school..
But this week they took a piece of apple bread to school two mornings instead of fruit. The recipe comes highly recommended.
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