This moist and delicious Spiced Coffee Nut Loaf is a quick bread with cinnamon and a hint of coffee; wonderful for breakfast or with afternoon tea.
LIGHT & FLUFFY
by k. kathleen
, CORPUS CHRISTI, TX on Jul. 2007
IT IS MOIST & MELTS IN YOU'RE MOUTH
by a. ali
, SCHENECTADY, NY on Aug. 2005
I made this bread yesterday, and everyone really liked it. Since no one in my house likes nuts, i substituted golden raisins, and didn't sprinkle any on top. I also didn't have any plain cinnamon, so i substituted pumpkin pie spice. It all worked out quite well! The bread was moist and flavorful.
SPICED COFFEE NUT LOAF
by L. LYNNE
, YACOLT, WA on Aug. 2005
WONDERFUL AND SO MOIST. EVERYONE LOVED IT AND ASK FOR THE RECIPE. ADDED GOLDEN RAISINS, PECANS HALF SOUR CREAM AND HALF YOGURT AND 1 TSP. APPLE BRANDY.
Add some applesauce
by P. Penny
, Bailey, NC on Apr. 2005
I had all the ingredients except enough sour cream so I used half sour cream and half apple sauce. I did decrease the coffee but will try the full strength next time. I couldn't taste it at all. It is a wonderful breakfast treat and I'll definitely make it again.
by W. Wanda
, OAKHURST, CA on Mar. 2005
I love the moist bread and the coffee just add to the good flavor.
Spiced Coffee Nut Loaf
by P. Phyllis
, BUTLER, PA on Dec. 2004
I made this for a get together on Sunday and I did reduce the coffee to 2 Tbsp. and everyone loved it and it smelled so good baking. I made it into mini loafs to give as gifts. I will make it again. Thanks.
I have made this twice. The second time I reduced the coffee by a tablespoon as one review suggested. My husband loved it. I made my into mini loafs to use as gifts. Husband eat so much that I am going to make another go today. I'll have to hide them. Thanks for the great recipes and the reviews with suggestions.
by S. S
, Culver City, CA on Nov. 2004
This recipe is delicious! I left out the coffee mixture, adding just a tablespoon of water instead. What a wonderful cinnamon flavor!
spiced coffee loaf
by C. Carine
, LAGUNA HILLS, CA on Sep. 2004
This was great to serve toasted w/ a special breakfast for my husband. It wasn't his everyday bagel and it wasn't plain toast, so it was a nice treat to serve
by J. J.
, on Aug. 2004
It was ok, nice and moist and it really filled up the pan, but I thought it had a slight bitter taste. Maybe I'll try reducing the amount of coffee next time.
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