Post a Recipe It’s time to bake for the holidays! This delicious cranberry bread is ideal for Christmas morning with your family or as a present for friends and neighbors. It’s time to start cooking because Christmas is quickly approaching.

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One unique feature of this recipe is that you will first mix the ingredients in three separate dishes before combining them completely. To begin, use a stand mixer or a hand mixer to thoroughly combine the butter and sugar in a large basin. Then, combine the wet ingredients in a third basin after combining the dry ingredients in a separate bowl.

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Your three bowls of ingredients are now ready for blending. To the big bowl containing the creamed butter and sugar, alternately add the dry and wet components. Tossing these babies in the oven is almost time!

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The batter’s two most crucial components, cranberries and walnuts, are added in the final step. The distinctive seasonal flavor and flair of the bread are provided by these two components. We advise dividing the mixture among five mini loaf pans if you’re baking the bread to present as gifts. This recipe should create enough to fill three big loaf pans, if you wish.

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And there it is—a wonderful Christmas cranberry bread that everyone will like! See how simple it is to make this tasty treat by watching our video below:


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0 1 and a half cups of white sugar 100 g of butter (2 sticks or cubes) 4 eggs 1/2 teaspoon salt 1/3 of a cup of flour 1.5 teaspoons of baking powder 1/four cup of milk A quarter cup of orange juice 1 teaspoon vanilla shredded orange peel, 1/2 tsp. 3/4 cup of walnuts (chopped) Cranberries, one bag (coarsely chopped) INSTRUCTIONS Butter and sugar should be combined in a sizable bowl or mixer. One at a time, beat well after each addition of an egg. Salt, flour, and baking powder should be combined in a separate bowl for the dry ingredients. The liquid ingredients—milk, orange juice, vanilla, and orange peel—should be combined in a third bowl. Alternately add the dry and wet components to the combination of sugar and butter. After each addition, thoroughly stir. Add the cranberries and chopped walnuts after mixing. Bake for 35 to 45 minutes at 350 degrees in 5 small loaf pans or the equivalent (about 3 large loaf pans). For optimal results, grease and flour the pans. More delectable dishes to try:

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