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Amish Cinnamon Bread is a no-massage sweet bread made with a couple of normal fixings! Extraordinary as a snappy breakfast or sweet. This is a supported post for Challenge Dairy. All suppositions are straightforward and 100% my own.

In case you’re searching for a simple sweet treat with fixings you as of now have in the kitchen – at that point this Amish Cinnamon Bread formula is for you! This formula is easy to the point that it’s incredible for everybody from starting pastry specialists to experts!

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2 large eggs

2 CUPS.Of All-purpose flour.

1 CUP.Of canola oil

1 CUP.Of Regular White sugar

1 CUP.Of nuts or raisins (optional)

1/3 CUP.Of Whole milk

2 TBSP.Of cinnamon powder.

1+1/2 TSP.Of vanilla extract.

1/2 TSP.Of Kosher salt

1/2 TSP.Of baking powder.

1/2 TSP.Of baking soda.

I set my oven temperature to 160 degrees C.



Step 1:

I mixed the ingredients in two large bowls, one for the wet and the other for dry ingredients. Then I combined them together and I let the rest for 30 mins.

Step 2:

I greased a pair of large loaf pans.

Step 3:

In a small bowl, I mixed 1/2 cup of white sugar and 1/2 teaspoon of cinnamon powder.
And I sprinkled the greased pans.

Step 4:

I poured the dough into the molds then I sprinkled the top with the remaining of the sugar+cinnamon combination.

Step 5:

I baked for 50 to 60 minutes checking the doneness by inserting a toothpick in the center of the loaves which should come out dry.

Enjoy cooking!

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