Grandma's Best Quick Breads
There is nothing that is much easier to make than a quick bread or loaf. Just mix up the ingredients, put the mixture in the pan, set the timer for around an hour and go do some other things. Come back when the timer goes and you have a lovely, fresh, home-made treat that everyone will love.
I often make a loaf/quick bread and once it is well cooled slice it. I then freeze it and if I want a slice or two for a lunch for my husband I just go to the freezer and get a couple of slices. Having a frozen loaf is also great if you end up with unexpected company. Just take several slices out of the freezer, wrap them in paper towel and defrost them in the microwave. Works a treat.
As I have said in all my other books, I come from a long line of cooks on both sides of my family. I have been writing about food for well over 35 years and love to create recipes.
All of the recipes in this cookbook are ones that my family and I have been making for years. They're tried and true and all are easy to make and turn out exceptionally well every time.
You don't have to fuss with these recipes, just whip them up, put them in the pan and bake. And you'll have some great treats.