Snickerdoodle Bread

Posted By Deborah Harroun
September 13, 2012

Whether for an after school snack or a special breakfast, both kids and adults will gobble up this quick bread!

Without a doubt, cinnamon is the spice that is used the most in my house. Both of my kids are huge fans of cinnamon-sugar on toast. Cinnamon goes into many of the baked goods I make. We are all suckers for a good cinnamon roll. And our favorite cookie? The snickerdoodle, of course!

There is something about that soft cookie, enrobed in cinnamon and sugar, that totally gets me. So anything with a snickerdoodle twist is going to be a hit in my house!

I knew going into this recipe that my family would love it, but I didn’t realize they would absolutely devour it. One loaf was gone in less than 24 hours–and there are only 4 of us! Luckily, this recipe makes two loaves, or else I’m pretty sure I would have been whipping up a new batch the next day.

You will need cinnamon, sugar, flour, baking powder, salt, butter, vegetable oil, eggs, vanilla and plain Greek yogurt.


First make a cinnamon-sugar mixture. This will add layers of cinnamon goodness as well as give a good crunch to the top of the bread.


All of the dry ingredients get mixed together in a bowl.


Cream the butter, sugar and vegetable oil.


Add the eggs. Then mix in the vanilla and yogurt.


The dry ingredients get mixed into the wet ingredients; mix just until combined.


This is the fun part! This recipe makes 2 loaves, so put one-sixth of the batter in the bottom of one of the pans. Sprinkle on some of the cinnamon-sugar. Add another one-sixth of the batter, more of the cinnamon-sugar and one-sixth of the batter. Top with additional cinnamon-sugar. Repeat the process with the remaining batter and cinnamon-sugar in the second pan. Bake them up until they are cooked through.


Allow to cool and enjoy!


Blogger Deborah Harroun of Taste and Tell shares an easy quick bread for snickerdoodle lovers.

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Newporter said: Posted: 10/11/2012 12:11 AM
Use smaller loaf pans and your loaves will have more appetite appeal. Flat loaves are not tasty looking.
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