Sweet chunks of warm apple, subtle fresh ginger, and hints of cinnamon are perfect bites in this cozy Easy Apple Ginger Loaf Bread. It’s a fall recipe you’ll save for years to come!
Moist and delicious, the aromas from this Apple Ginger Loaf Bread will take over your senses! Why make apple cake when you can make a loaf?
This Easy Apple Ginger Loaf Bread is topped with caramelized apple slices and brown sugar. How good does that look?
Hurray! It’s apple picking season! There are endless apple recipes to make this fall, like this Easy Apple Ginger Loaf Bread. You’re going to love this one!
Main ingredients for apple bread
You won’t believe how easy this apple loaf is to make! You probably have most of these ingredients in your kitchen already!
- Apples — You can use just about any apples with this recipe. (I used Fuji apples.)
- Ginger — Ground ginger is a staple in my spice rack. It’s subtle in this recipe but an important ingredient none the less.
- Cinnamon — Who doesn’t love cinnamon with apples? It’s a marriage made in heaven!
- Brown sugar — Gotta have that extra sweetness from brown sugar, am I right?
- Butter — I brushed the top of the loaf with butter before baking (and extra brown sugar) to caramelize the thin slices of apples.
I’m loving all of the apple recipes right now, like my Mini Skillet Apple Crisps made in single-portion cast iron pans. So pretty and yummy!
Look at those chunks of apples in every slice of this Easy Apple Ginger Loaf Bread! Moist and delicious ever time!
TIPS & TRICKS
- I used Fuji apples for this recipe, but there’s no particular type of apple that is absolute. Some people swear by Granny Smith apples. It’s your preference!
- I recommend a non-stick loaf pan for this recipe. Or just use parchment paper to line the bottom of the loaf pan.
- This apple loaf will last for several days in the fridge. Just wrap tightly with plastic wrap.
- Top the warm apple loaf with a scoop of vanilla ice cream. So, yummy!
- You can freeze this apple loaf for several months. Just pull it out and let it get to room temperature.
If you like this Easy Apple Ginger Loaf Bread recipe, you’re going to want these recipes:
- Mini Skillet Apple Crisps
- Healthy Banana Bread with Nuts
- Five Spice Pumpkin Bread
- Baked Brie in Puff Pastry with Apple Cider Ginger Jam
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Who’s ready for Halloween? These Spooky Blue Pancakes, made with blue spirulina superfood powder, are just what you need to get you into the Halloween spirit!
For the pancakes:
- 3 cups Suncore Heroic Blue Pancake Supermix
- 2 cups milk or water
- Tablespoon canola oil or cooking spray
For the syrup:
- In a large mixing bowl, combine the blue pancake powder with the water or milk. Stir gently with a whisk to blend thoroughly. Let the batter site for about 5 minutes to thicken.
- Heat the oil in a griddle or large frying pan (or spray the pan with cooking spray) over medium high heat.
- Pour the batter into the pan by large tablespoons and cook until the batter starts to bubble (about 2-3 minutes). Flip the pancakes and continue to cooke for about 2 minutes more.
- Remove the pancakes to a plate and repeat with the rest of the batter.
To make the black syrup: Whisk together the maple syrup and black decorating gel until well combined. Pour the syrup over the pancakes when ready to serve. Serve with fresh berries.
To decorate the pancakes: Use your creativity to make scary faces on these pancakes using the candy eyeballs, decorating gel, and spiders, or whatever you have on hand!
- If you don’t want to use this healthy, blue pancake supermix, you can always add a few drops of blue food coloring to your regular pancake mix for that vibrant blue color.
- If the batter starts to get too thick, add a tablespoon more of water or milk and mix well before cooking.
- Feel free to get creative with the decorating. The kiddos will love to partake! It’s a fun Halloween activity for the entire family.
- Black syrup isn’t mandatory, but it does make these Spooky Blue Pancakes a bit more frightening!
- I don’t know about you, but we love breakfast for dinner! Serve these ghoulish pancakes for dinner before the kids go trick-or-treating. What a “treat!
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