Cranberry season is kind of the best season. Or, at least it is up there. This simple cinnamon sugar cranberry bread is the perfect showcase for the tart bright beauties that you may have leftover from the sauce you just made for turkey day.
This cranberry bread is the easiest to throw together and the tastiest to consume. I tried this bread with nuts, as you can see from the below image, but decided I liked it unencumbered. Feel free to attempt to squeeze in a few more cranberries, however, as I kind of think the more the merrier.
And if you find yourself picking at, and nibbling on, the sugary top crust from the loaf itself, know that you are not alone. The recipe can be found here.
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2 replies on “Cinnamon Sugar Cranberry Bread”
I am quite new to baking, so I have been scouring online for pastry and bread recipes to try out. I have made basic recipes like blueberry muffins and cinnamon rolls, and I have found a fruitcake recipe, just in time for the holidays. I am also looking for a bread recipe that both the adults and kids will enjoy, and this Cinnamon Sugar Cranberry Bread sounds perfect not just for Thanksgiving, but for Christmas too. I will make this with either walnut or pecans, to give it a Christmas-y feel. I already have all the ingredients in my cupboard right now, and I can’t wait to make it this weekend.
So lovely to hear this!! I am always most excited about those recipes in which i already have all of the ingredients in my cupboard. Hope you enjoy and happy holidays. XO