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Does anyone have a really great recipe for cinnamon bread?


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We live on east coast...don't know where you live, but "Great Harvest Bread Co." has an EXCELLENT cinammon bread. It's a like a light sweet dessert. However, I don't know if it's a "seasonal bread or available year round. I've not tried making it.

 

HTH. Sheryl <><

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Link to a recipe that is supposed to be just like the one you are looking for:

 

http://everydayfoodstorage.blogspot.com/2008/10/fanatic-friday-cinnamon-burst-bread.html

 

Here is a link where you can buy the cinnamon chips used in the cinnamon chip bread, muffins or whatever:

http://www.preparedpantry.com/gourmet-cinnamon-chips.aspx

 

Here is a link for the "cinnamon bites" used in bread which add a "burst of cinnamon flavor":

http://www.kingarthurflour.com/shop/items/cinnamon-flav-r-bites-16-oz

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> It's from Bernard Clayton's New Complete Book of Breads.

>

> Scotch Oatmeal Bread

> 1 cup boiling water

> 1 cup steel cut oats

> Mix together. Add:

> 1/2 C all-purp flour

> 2 T. brown sugar

> 1 package dry yeast

> Stir well, cover with plastic wrap, leave until morning (10 hrs.)

> Stir down, and add:

> 1 C warm water

> 1/4 t. ground ginger

> 1 t. salt

> 1/2 nonfat dry milk. (I use non-instant which is denser than reg. Crush

> the fluffly granules of the instant kind before measuring)

> 3 T soft butter

> 3 T maple syrup

> 2 C all purp flour.

> Blend with a spoon for 150 strokes or mix it well with a KA. Add:

> 1/2 C at a time more all-purp flour until kneadable, or dough-hookable.

> Knead until elastic. Place in greased bowl, cover and let double. Punch

> down, divide into two or three balls...8x4 baking pans for 3 and 9x5 for

> 2...

> Roll out into rectangles, sprinkle with maple sugar or brown sugar

> (1/4 cup total) and cinnamon (2 T total...I use the 'true cinnamon').

> Roll up tightly, tuck ends under and pinch shut. Place in buttered pans

> and brush top with butter

> Let double. Bake 350 F about an hour.

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