Amish Cinnamon Bread!


 Batter:
1 cup butter, softened
2 cups sugar
2 eggs
2 cups buttermilk or 2 cups milk plus 2 tablespoons vinegar or lemon juice
4 cups flour
2 teaspoons baking soda

Cinnamon/sugar mixture:
2/3 cups sugar
2 teaspoons cinnamon
How to make this recipe :
This recipe comes from the archives, but it's an age-old favorite. Quick Amish Cinnamon Bread is a quick bread recipe that is easy to make and turns out moist and delicious!!... so to prepare this recipe you need first to cream together butter, Two cups sugar, & also eggs. Then you need to add milk, flour, & also baking soda.
Second step : Now after all that work you need to put HALF of batter into greased loaf pans (1/4 in each pan). Step 3 : At this step all what you need to do is to take a separate bowl and mic, 2/3 c sugar & cinnamon. After you finish mixing you need next to sprinkle 3/4 cinnamon mixture on top of the HALF batter in each pan.
Step 4: Finally step , Now you need to add remaining batter to pans; and sprinkle with last of cinnamon topping. Make sure tu use a knife to swirl . Finally bake 350 F between 45 to 50 minutes. Then before removing from pan lets cool  about 20 mins. Enjoye!!

26 comments:

  1. confused : says in second step to put HALF the batter in each pan , the it says 1/4 batter in each pan .
    does this make 1, 2 or 4 loafs ?

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    1. seems that you put half the batter into 2 tins

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    2. sounds like 2 loaves, 1/4 batter in each pan, sprinkle sugar and cinnamon over the batter in each pan and top each pan off with 1/2 of the remaining batter... see? :)

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    3. You put 1/4 in each of 2 pans, do the next steps then it says in final step to add rest of batter.
      So, 2 loaves.

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    4. the recipe says use 1/4 batter in 2 loaf pans . add cinnamon and sugar the pour remaining batter on top. its in step 4.

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    5. I think it means you're making 2 loaves. So you put 1/2 the batter in the 2 pans (1/2 of 1/2 = 1/4 of total batter in each pan). Then after sprinkling the cinnamon sugar mix on top of the batter, you add the other half of the batter (1/4 in each pan).

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    6. It doesn't say half the batter in EACH pan - it just says half the batter. So you'd put 1/4 the total batter in EACH of the TWO pans (1/2 divided by 2 is 1/4). Then after sprinkling on the cinnamon sugar mix, you'd add the other 1/2 of the batter (1/4 of the total in each pan).

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    7. It says 1/2 half total (1/4 in each pan)

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    8. You get 2 loaves. So take half the total batter and divide between 2 pans. Sprinkle cinnamon sugar then divide remaining half of batter between the 2 pans.

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    9. sounds to me like 2 loafs. half the batter split into 2 pans.

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    10. Sounds to me like it makes two loaves. If 1/4 of the batter is half per loaf, it would work out that way. 1/4 in pan one, 1/4 in pan two, which leaves 1/4 times two for the second half after adding the cinnamon mixture. They could have explained that better, couldn't they? :-)

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    11. It looks like it is saying to take half the overall amount of batter and distribute within 4 loaf pans, yet it never says if they are the larger or the smaller (gift size, as I like to call them)) loaf pans though. This is very confusing in how it is written. I hope I for this right.

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    12. It does not say 1/2 in each pan. It says 1/2 in pans (1/4 in each pan)

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    13. It makes 2 loaves. After you've mixed the batter, reserve half of it for the top layer. Divide the other half between the two pans, top with the cinnamon mixture, and then add the reserved batter to the pans.

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  2. This is wonderful. I have made it several times.

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  3. Looks great and easy...I (no much of a cook) can do this!

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  4. I made this 2 loaf recipe this week for my husband and gave one loaf to my neighbor. It was so easy to put together. The finished product brought forth two generously rounded perfect loaves of bread. Very moist and light with flavor that implies; 'More please.'. ENJOY ! tricia1star7

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  5. This bread is easy to make, turns out 2 well rounded loaves of very light moist and flavorful delight.

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  6. All purpose flour or self rising flour

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    1. You would not NEED the baking soda if recipe called for self rising. Therefore, I would assume you should use All Purpose Flour.

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