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Jam Sweet Loaf

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Sweet Jam Loaf, jam sweetened quick bread.
Sweet Jam Loaf
I had spotted this gem over at Seasonal Ontario Food, and knew it was a recipe to keep and get around to making.

Ferdzy says that it is great for "failed" jam, but then goes on to explain that would include jam or marmalade that you have grown tired of or just don't like enough to eat as jam and marmalade. It goes together so quick and easy, and is frugal as well.

I have really enjoyed baking with the white whole wheat flour. Such a wonderful product. I could never find regular whole wheat fresh enough, it was always on the bitter side, even right when it came home from the store.

Jam Tea Loaf
350 oven
adapted from Seasonal Ontario Food

1 c jam
1/3 c oil
1 egg

2 1/2 c whole wheat flour, or 1/2 and 1/2 with white
3 t baking powder
1/2 t salt

3/4 c milk

Place flours, baking powder and salt in large mixing bowl. Make a well in the center, add jam, oil and the egg. Pour on 1/2 of the milk, mix well, add remaining milk, mix well but do not over beat.

Spoon into a prepared loaf pan. Bake 45 - 60 minutes. A standard loaf pan will most likely take the full hour, a thinner loaf pan like the one above will not take as long. Let cool 15 minutes and turn out to cool

Serve with butter or cream cheese and jam of course! And the leftovers toast up real nice.


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