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Texasbanjo - Posted - 04/29/2020:  14:16:27


Have any of you ever heard of Peanut Butter Bread? I found a recipe on the internet this week and it sounded pretty good, so.... I tried it.



Easy recipe, makes a beautiful loaf of bread, the smell is delicious and the taste..... fantastic. Eat it warm, cold, toasted, with butter and/or jelly. Highly recommend it. No yeast needed. It's not real sweet and it's not completely savory, kind of in between.



Sorry I didn't get a picture of the whole thing.... couldn't wait to try it (G).


Edited by - Texasbanjo on 04/29/2020 14:16:49


rinemb - Posted - 04/29/2020:  15:33:04


I thought that an interesting bread. i would butter down a layer of soft butter smothered with jelly on a toasted slice. brad

banjo bill-e - Posted - 04/29/2020:  16:06:12


Never heard of it but would love to try it.

dflowers - Posted - 04/29/2020:  17:01:42


Sherry, anything associated with peanut butter is good.
Every morning I have a cup of coffee and two eggos with
chunky peanut butter.
Of course my two dogs dine with me.
Recipe sounds great.

bubbalouie - Posted - 04/29/2020:  17:39:51


I'd toast that up & put more peanut butter & banana on it! Yum!

slammer - Posted - 04/29/2020:  18:07:35


Huh.......who knew??? I like peanut butter but not in baked goods, but that pb bread toasted and loaded with salted butter sounds damn good !!!
Slammer!!!

slammer - Posted - 04/29/2020:  18:09:22


Recipe please, or does that have to go on the FF ?
Slammer!!!

Tobus - Posted - 04/30/2020:  05:55:48


This post is just cruel without:

a) smell-o-vision

b) a recipe

Texasbanjo - Posted - 04/30/2020:  06:45:00


Yesterday I toasted a piece of the bread, then slathered it with real butter and strawberry jelly. Oh, my goodness, what a treat!

For those interested, here's the recipe.... easy as can be, quick, nothing to it:

PEANUT BUTTER BREAD

Ingredients:
2 cups all purpose flour
1/4 cup sugar
4 teaspoons baking powder (that's not a typo it IS 4 teaspoons)
1/2 teaspoon salt
1 - 1/3 cups milk
1/2 cup peanut butter (I put in about 3/4ths cup because I like peanut butter)

Instructions:

Preheat oven to 325 degrees F
Mix dry ingredients together
Mix in milk and then add peanut butter
Pour mixture into greased loaf pan
Bake about 1 hour (I baked mine for 50 minutes and it looked done and tasted good)

Enjoy!!

DC5 - Posted - 04/30/2020:  08:22:46


That looks, and sounds really yummy. Gonna have to try it.

reubenstump - Posted - 04/30/2020:  08:25:04


Sounds yummy. I might go all out and pair it with my Peanut Butter Soup.

Tobus - Posted - 04/30/2020:  15:24:33


Thanks for the recipe! Mine is in the oven right now, and it's starting to smell peanut buttery up in here!

OldBlindGuy - Posted - 04/30/2020:  15:38:58


I made a loaf today... yummy!
Next time, I'll add a little more PB and maybe some cinnamon and vanilla. :~b

Tobus - Posted - 04/30/2020:  16:48:25


I will definitely add more PB next time. But it's great with melted butter and some salt on top. Some Nutella would be wonderful on it, methinks.

RonR - Posted - 05/01/2020:  03:46:53


We make banana bread often since the lockdown.Peanut butter bread sounds like a nice change.

Texasbanjo - Posted - 05/01/2020:  04:37:47


So glad to read that several of you tried the recipe and liked it as much as I do. Glad I could post the recipe. Nothing like something new to eat, especially while we're still doing social distancing and staying home.

DC5 - Posted - 05/01/2020:  05:22:29


quote:

Originally posted by Tobus

I will definitely add more PB next time. But it's great with melted butter and some salt on top. Some Nutella would be wonderful on it, methinks.






Seems to me you could substitute Nutella for PB in the recipe. 

AndrewD - Posted - 05/01/2020:  05:51:06


Smooth or crunchy PB ?

Texasbanjo - Posted - 05/01/2020:  06:37:56


quote:

Originally posted by AndrewD

Smooth or crunchy PB ?






I used smooth because that's what I had on hand.  I think crunchy would be great, too.  Your choice.

Texasbanjo - Posted - 05/01/2020:  06:39:17


quote:

Originally posted by DC5

quote:

Originally posted by Tobus

I will definitely add more PB next time. But it's great with melted butter and some salt on top. Some Nutella would be wonderful on it, methinks.






Seems to me you could substitute Nutella for PB in the recipe. 






I would think you could substitute just about anything you wanted to for the peanut butter as long as it had approximately the same consistency as the peanut butter.  A different consistency might change the final product.

Tobus - Posted - 05/01/2020:  07:37:36


quote:

Originally posted by Texasbanjo

quote:

Originally posted by AndrewD

Smooth or crunchy PB ?






I used smooth because that's what I had on hand.  I think crunchy would be great, too.  Your choice.






I used crunchy.  I like the texture of nuts/seeds in bread.  But I don't really notice the bits of peanuts in the finished bread.

Texasbanjo - Posted - 05/01/2020:  08:20:37


quote:

Originally posted by Tobus

quote:

Originally posted by Texasbanjo

quote:

Originally posted by AndrewD

Smooth or crunchy PB ?






I used smooth because that's what I had on hand.  I think crunchy would be great, too.  Your choice.






I used crunchy.  I like the texture of nuts/seeds in bread.  But I don't really notice the bits of peanuts in the finished bread.






Next time try chopping up a bunch of peanuts and putting them in the bread.   I have a peanut butter pie that I make and that's what I do to make it more crunchy.

DC5 - Posted - 05/01/2020:  12:59:38


Mine's in the oven now. Tried it with Gluten Free flour. Don't know how it will come out, but it sure does smell good baking.

Brian T - Posted - 05/01/2020:  13:06:35


You might try replacing the PB with 1/2C cottage cheese and either fresh dice dill or chives (1/4C).

There's an asian condiment table sauce made of crunchy PB with soya sauce, sugar, heat and garlic powder.
I can see doing that in bread but it makes it too common for me.

slammer - Posted - 05/01/2020:  18:56:32


Thanks so much Sherry !!! I’ll let ya know how it turns out!!!
Slammer!!!

DC5 - Posted - 05/02/2020:  05:18:03


The really hard part was not eating the entire loaf in one sitting. Toasted this morning it was real good with breakfast. Some butter and cranberry jam on top.

RonR - Posted - 05/06/2020:  15:34:58


We made some and added chocolate chips and buttered it up while still warm.

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