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Summer Berry Bread

After making those fruit pizza’s, I had some leftover berries.  I searched the internet for some kind of bread or muffin to use them and I came across this Summer Berry Bread that Gabriela posted on Une Vie Saine.  You can find the recipe here. (**Edited to add: Unfortunately Gabriela stopped blogging so this recipe is no longer available)

The recipe that Gabriela came up with is for two loaves, but I didn’t have a whole lot of berries left, so I opted to cut it in half to make just one loaf.  For my berries I used strawberries and blueberries, and I also left out the walnuts.

Summer Berry Bread

It was not at all hard to make, just like any other berry bread.

My loaf came out kind of dry, and I don’t know if that was just because I overcooked it, or if the recipe just tends to be drier than others that I’ve made.  Or maybe I halved things wrong….but the batter seemed like the right consistency…..hmmm….Other than the dryness though, the flavor was not bad.  It did have a kind of honey taste to it – since honey is used as a sweetener – and where the berries were, especially the strawberries, the flavor and texture was quite yummy.

Ease: A, very easy, just mix it all together!
Taste: B, mine turned out too dry, but around where the berries were, it was pretty good!

Would I make it again? I’m not sure.  I might, just to see if it was baker error or the recipe that made it dry.

2 Responses

  1. You could always try adding some sour cream next time you make it. That usually helps my banana bread stay more moist. 🙂

    It looks really good, btw. Might have to may it myself!!

    • You are so smart Erika! Adding sour cream or Greek yogurt would definitely make it more moist, I’ll have to try that.

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