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This was very tasty. Instead of using the wrapped caramels, I used the caramel bits just to keep from having to cut the pieces. They worked wonderfully. I still tossed them in flour, they distributed through the bread nicely. I am so excited about this bread. I gave it 4 stars only because the recipe does not state how big the apples should be. I assumed it was on based on large apples. I only had small ones so I used about 3 1/2 small granny smiths. It was too much. The bread was very moist, so much so that it didn't hold together too well. I will use less apple next time. Over all it was a very good bread and easy to follow!
A nice, moist bread--almost like an apple cake. Was I the only one who had trouble removing the bread from the pan? It basically split in half horizontally, with the bottom half bonded to the pan, even after preparing the pan as instructed. If I make it again, I might use greased parchment paper to line the pan.
Great quick bread! Very moist & wonderful taste.Good tip on flouring caramels. Added a scant teaspon of star anise. Caramels pooled at the bottom, but delicious ; )
This was fantastic! I took it to work and they inhaled it! Thanks so much for this great recipe.
Yummy bread. I had leftover caramels from another time and was looking for a unique way to use them. A moist and delicious dessert bread. My whole family enjoyed it.
I made this today and it was awesome!! The only thing I did different, which was an accident, was instead of adding vanilla I added almond! When I realized what I did I added a little vanilla. But regardless it turned out really yummy and the smell filled my kitchen.