Best Glazed Apple Bread Made in the Bread Machine
It’s no secret that our breadmaker has been working around the clock here to churn out constant recipes. This past week, my oldest daughter decided she’d try glazed apple bread in the bread machine. I know I keep saying this, but this recipe really is the best bread recipe yet.
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Also, in case you are interested, our breadmaker is a Hamilton Beach bread maker and we love it. Affordable and easy to use, we love this small appliance. It’s been a huge piece of our quarantine sanity. I don’t mean that as a slight in any way to anyone struggling.
Our Quarantine Bread Maker Adventures
In fact, the bread maker has simply helped us to make some scrumptious food and breads here. Also, it’s something my anxious teen has been using to work through some of the extra anxiety she has right now. Oh, trust me, we are pleading in mental health supports too, but this is a hit here for our family.
This glazed apple cinnamon bread has exceptional consistency and the flavour is fruity and sweet. I admit I am never 100% sure about chunks of fruit in recipes. Sometimes, the chunks of fruit create a texture thing that makes me feel a bit unenthusiastic let’s just say. But, I feel like this one has the right combination of apple and cinnamon and bread.
Glazed Apple Bread in the Bread Machine
- Hamilton Beach Bread machine
- measuring spoons
- 1 cup warm milk
- 2 tbsp melted butter
- 3 cups flour
- 2 apples diced and peeled Red Delicious
- 3 tbsp sugar
- ½ tsp cinnamon
- 1 ½ tsp salt
- 2 ½ tsp bread machine yeast
- 6 tbsp icing sugar
- 2 tbsp milk
- 1 tsp melted butter or margarine
- Dice the apples and set aside to cure in 1 tbsp sugar for 1/2 hour.
- Set aside icing sugar and warm water.
- Put all the other ingredients into the bread maker.
- Add apple mixture at end of the ingredients and before you start the bread maker cycle.
- Set bread maker for 1.5 lb (white if you have that setting)
- Cool on the rack for at least 15 minutes
- Mix the icing sugar, milk and melted butter for glaze and blend until smooth. If it feels to thin when you start to glaze, add a little more icing sugar.
- Drizzle the glaze over top of the loaf.Let it sit for 20 minutes, then slice and serve.
Apples, apple cinnamon bread served slightly warm still…Well, is there anything more comforting and tasty. Also, listen there’s no better smell or scent than this all afternoon or all morning wafting through the house. It is the sweetest scent ever.
Have you ever made apple bread? Don’t worry this recipe isn’t overly sweet. The glaze just adds a little something it needs.
Is there really no eggs in this recipe?
There are no eggs because we do this in the bread machine. It doesn’t require any.
Mine collapsed in the center. Didn’t cook the way yours did. I followed every step 🙁
I’m so sorry to hear that. That is disappointing.
Does this recipe really have no eggs?
The bread over proofed and caved in the middle how do I fix this it still taste good should I add less yeast
That’s a hard one. You followed all of the instructions and used a bread machine?
I kind of figured that. It is in the bread machine and I’m quite excited to see how it turns out.
What type of flour, bread, unbleached all purpose, wheat…… ?
WE use unbleached all purpose actually.
All purpose white is what we use fir this one.
Taren L Keller
I do not understand the instructions. 2. says to set aside the icing sugar and the warm water. But I don’t see any warm water in the ingredients.
My apologies. I’m fixing this now. It’s warm milk not water. That’s just for the glaze part.
The ratio is not right. Tried without a glaze and there was no flavor. Not enough cinnamon, apple, and sugar. Disappointed. 🙁
I’ve been doing a lot of experimenting with my bread machine lately. Mainly brioche because that’s my family’s favorite. I have to tell you this is one of the best recipes. My whole family loved it. The texture was soft and fluffy with just enough apples. Next time though I am going to increase the amount of cinnamon. I have to make it again though because I forgot the glaze. If you get a chance to fix the rest of the pleased to reflect milk with the glaze and not water in the instructions. Thanks for the super recipe.
Which setting should I put the bread on? Basic?