This bread recipe has been in our rotation ever since my Amish buddy gave it to us!

The recipe calls for 1/3 cup of light brown sugar.

2 tablespoons of cinnamon powder

Peel, core, and dice two big apples.

a half cup of white sugar

half a cup of melted unsalted butter

two eggs, cold or room temperature

1.5 teaspoons of vanilla flavoring

a and a half cups of ordinary flour

1 and 3/4 tablespoons of baking soda

one and a half cups of cream

As for the Varnish:

1/4 cup of powdered sugar

1-2 teaspoons of cream or milk

What to do:

Turn the oven on high heat (350°F, 175°C). Line or grease a loaf pan that measures 9 by 5 inches.

Pour brown sugar and cinnamon into a bowl and stir to combine. Before setting aside, coat the chopped apples with this mixture.

Whip the butter and white sugar until light and airy. Gradually beat in the eggs, followed by the vanilla.

Mix baking powder and flour by sifting them together. Slowly incorporate into the whipped mixture while alternating with milk.

Coat the pan with half of the batter. Pour in half of the apple mixture and gently press down. Put the remaining batter on top, then top with apples.

Cook for fifty to sixty minutes. Take a moment to cool down before you put the glaze on.

Drizzle the bread with the glaze, which is made by mixing powdered sugar with milk or cream to the consistency you choose.

Changes and Hints:

For an added crunch, combine chopped pecans or walnuts with the apples.

Make a richer loaf by replacing milk with heavy cream.

To make the batter more moist, add apple sauce.

Nutmeg and allspice are great additions to the spice blend.

During the off season, you may use canned apples, but fresh apples will give you the greatest results.

The delight of homey, straightforward baked goods is exemplified by this warm Amish Apple Fritter Bread. Its soft apples and toasty spices will make any meal seem more inviting, whether you're hosting or just want to enjoy it yourself. Enjoy your meal!