Cranberry Orange Bread in a Bundt Pan- Cost $5

While searching Facebook I came across this recipe on the Quaker Canada Facebook page and wanted to give it a go. We have this huge bag of Whole Wheat Flour in the basement that needed to get used up. I made a couple of adjustments to the recipe as we baked it in a bundt pan instead of the loaf pan. I also tossed in a half cup of chocolate chips (cause I’m sneaky that way) but that is optional. The bread we made in the bundt pan baked for 40 mins at 350 degrees.

In the end the bread is simply amazing, get ready for your home to smell of oranges in every room. It sends a warm feeling down your spine when the aroma engulfs you. I estimated this bread cost us around $5.00 to make and will serve 12 people.

Thanks Quaker Canada for an easy, yummy recipe!

Changes to the original recipe I made as we baked it in the bundt pan. Everything else in the recipe we followed exactly.

  • I adjusted All Purpose Flour to I cup
  • I added 1/2 cup chocolate chips
  • I adjusted the milk to  1 1/4 cup of milk
  • I adjusted the nuts to 1/2 cup of mixed nuts

Happy Baking and Happy Eating!

Mr.CBB

Quaker Cranberry Orange Bread! Click the link to go right to Quaker Canada to get their Cranberry Orange Bread recipe.

Cranberry Orange Bread

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Comments

  1. Greetings!
    This recipe looks and sounds awesome, especially since I’m totally addicted to cranberries! I’ll make sure to give it a try!
    Humbly Yours,
    The Mayor

    • I hope you enjoy as much as we do. IF you like the berried you will love it. I probably will make it in the loaf pan though next time as it really seems more like a cake when it should be a bread. Cheers.

  2. Wow, that looks and sounds good. I love cranberry orange bread during the winter holidays. The smells just really add to the holiday atmosphere. While I like the shape of the bundt, traditional loaf shapes fit in the freezer a lot more easily. When we are expecting house guests, I freezes several loaves of fruit and nut breads. Then I can take out a loaf before going to bed & it’s thawed by breakfast. Nice sliced cold or warm. Any left from breakfast gets eaten as snacks and desserts the rest of the day. I try to have enough different kinds of fruit breads & nut breads to serve a different kind each morning. Of course if they are staying longer than a week, we get some repeats of the rotation! Thanks for sharing this one & I can’t wait to try it–with the chocolate chips of course!

    • The Cranberry Orange Bread turned out ok, we don’t mind it at all. We’ve been putting it in the toaster in the mornings or for a snack. Our favourite still is the banana loaf and the wife’s lemon bundt cake or cherry bundt cake.. they are so good. Maybe I will have her do a guest recipe post for me one day so you can try it out.

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