Walnut Nut Bread

Teddy says hi! We are waiting for the snow....yahoo!!!!!

Add 2 1/2 cups of flour in the bowl of your mixer.

Add 4 teaspoons of baking powder.

One teaspoon of salt.

2/3 cup of sugar.

In a separate bowl, mix 2 eggs with 1 cup milk.

Blend the dry ingredients into the wet and add 1 1/2 cups chopped walnuts or pecans.

Pour the batter into well greased pans. I doubled the recipe so you should expect to get one regular sized loaf pan with a single recipe.

I also toasted the nuts before adding them to the batter to give the bread an even nuttier flavor. Bake at 350 degrees for 1 hour or until a toothpick inserted in the middle comes out clean.

This is not a very sweet recipe. This bread is wonderful with butter or cream cheese. I serve it with a cheese platter.

*** The giveaway winner will be picked on Sunday morning so there is still time to enter!


Suzie said…
Oooh, that looks SO good!! I think that I've still got some nuts in the freezer! I know what I'm baking later today!!

Huge Thanks!!

And Teddy, its snow! Let's show some excitment here!! lol (you're not fooling me. .you're waiting for crummies to fall again, aren't you?)
Pricilla said…
I am thinking strawberry cream cheese would be yummy too!
Jaz my love, what temp, how long? Have a safe, warm weekend. Thanks this recipe looks and sounds wonderful.
Thanks for the info...I'm gonna go whip it up right now and serve it tomorrow am to my family. Nah, prolly won't last til then.
Autumnforest said…
That's one of my favorites for tea time. My mom always did tea at 4 pm and I still love to do it, especially in the chilly months. I liked your recipe--definitely going to try it!
I can almost taste it in my mouth :-) Walnu nut bread is soooo good!
Have a great day now!
Yummy! I just ate the last of my whole wheat pecan bread from Imbolc/Candlemas, so no more bread for a while for me. Peanut butter cookies, now, hmmm...I'm thinking they & a cuppa tea go nicely with the snowflakes! Thanks for putting my in your give-away. This blogging thing is fun. :)
Hi Teddy!

Walnut bread looks so good. I'm headed to the fridge for a cold glass of milk. :-)
Bridgett said…
Mmmmm...looks scrumptious!