A close up from above of swirled cinnamon bread that has been sliced twice

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  1. Ann says


  2. Melissa says

    loved it!

  3. Kelsey says

    I used this recipe as a guide to make a gluten free Cinnamon Swirl Bread and it turned out perfectly! Thank you so much for this simple, easy recipe. All I had to do was replace the flour with gluten free all purpose flour (I used Better Batter), and the texture is indistinguishable from the glutinous version. Bravo!

    • Melissa says

      I'm so glad it turned out well, my stepdad is gluten free so I'll have to make this for him with your adaptations next time he visits! ~Melissa

      • Kelsey says

        update: I added an extra 1/8 tsp baking powder the second time I made it and it added some nice height, as GF flour can get gummy. 🙂

  4. Regina says

    When do you put the apple in the bread?

  5. Marni McDaniel says

    I may just be trying your cinnamon bread today. Have you been over to the Isle of M an yet? There's also Northern Scotland, ie Inverness, or the Isle of Skye that is also not far from Inverness. I envy you being over there.

    • Melissa says

      We went as far and Loch Ness and Inverness over Christmas break, we've not been to Isle of M, I'll look at that, thank you! ~Melissa

  6. melanie studer says

    Am excited to try your bread!
    For your Easter break, is Ireland too far away?
    My husband and I visited there a couple of years ago and absolutely loved it!
    We mostly stayed in Galway, but were in a couple of other southern towns as well.
    Good luck!

    • Melissa says

      Ireland is definitely not too far-it's one of the places we've been looking at a lot. We visited Belfast and Dublin in July but really would like to get back into the more rural areas, I'll look at Galway-thank you! ~Melissa

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