Alabama Pecanbread

This is good but the texture feels off and I think the reason it also appears uncooked in the center while chewy on the edges is that to be honest, that’s a lot of oil for the ratio of ingredients. I would suggest changing it to 1/4 cup of oil and 1/4 cup of water. This is the basis for even the moistest brownie recipe.

When the mood to bake strikes you and you’re wondering what you should whip up, don’t fall back on the standard banana or zucchini breads. Not that we don’t love them, but there’s another, tastier dish you should make instead: sweet Alabama pecanbread. Same or similar ingredients that you’d use for either of the other two breads, but with a hearty amount of pecans to bring a sweet nuttiness to the bread that adds the best flavor and crunch when you bite into it.

This is fantastic! It goes together so quickly and is delicious. This is a keeper.

People tend to feel that making bread is intimidating, which is what makes banana bread such an appealing alternative, but we’re pretty sure this is about to become your next go-to sweet bread. Perfect as a quick breakfast when you’re on-the-go, or for a little afternoon pick-me-up after a long day.
And of course, if there’s any left by the time you finish dinner, then, by all means, it makes a great dessert as well! Under 10 ingredients and you’ve got yourself a versatile dish with amazing flavor. A quick culinary trip to Alabama will definitely have you hooked once you try this!

This looked close to what my grandmother used to make. She called it Chew Bread. It’s not quite as dense as her but this taste just like it! So easy to make and super tasty.

INGREDIENTS

2 cups pecans, finely chopped
1 1/2 cups self-rising flour
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