Orange Glazed Almond Bread is a delicious morning treat perfect for baking and sharing. Perfect paired with your morning coffee or juice.
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Orange Glazed Almond Bread
Many years ago I had a neighbor that always gave us loaves of poppy seed bread for Christmas. It was different than any I had tried before and I couldn’t get enough of it. I never wanted to share.
She was generous enough to give me the recipe and I figured out that it was almond extract that set her poppy seed bread apart from the others. I would’ve never guessed, I actually thought I didn’t like almond extract.
I did a little tweaking to her original recipe cutting the sugar and replacing the milk with Silk Vanilla Protein Nut Milk and came up with this Orange Glazed Almond Bread. It’s dairy free and is perfect for those with dairy allergies.
Silk Protein Nut Milk has a almondmilk and cashewmilk blend that is creamy and delicious flavor that is so similar to milk. The protein is from yellow peas, a great source of plant-based protein. This is a great option for folks with allergies to milk or milk products, who must avoid casein or whey proteins but still offers essential amino acids.
This recipe makes two loaves so it is perfect to bake and share for the holidays. The sticky orange glaze takes it over the top for a tasty little treat for breakfast or an afternoon snack. I love that Silk gives it a added protein boost.
See how the bread cracks open on the top, that lets the glaze soak down into the bread, it’s so good!
The glaze is simply orange juice, sugar, vanilla and almond extract. This is such a great flavor combination and I’m thinking I need to try this same glaze on a pound cake.
The winter storm that has hit the entire country had us all huddled around the wood stove this weekend while watching Christmas movies. We watched The Santa Clause and Elf. Elf is one of my favorites. It’s so funny and I always wish I could sing like Zooey Deschanel.
The house smelled all kinds of amazing while this bread was baking, we could hardly wait to try it.
After I glazed the bread, I let it cool slightly and then sliced it up. It was a hit with the whole family and I am thinking I might make it into mini loaves for my Christmas baskets. I hope you will give this a try and share it with those you love this holiday season!
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