Orange Poppy Seed Bread

Hello, beautiful friends!! I’m getting excited to begin holiday baking for giving to family and friends. It’s one of my favorite traditions. For as long as I can remember my mom has put together plates of baked goods and treats to give during this special time of year. My sister and I always love helping mom with Christmas baking. It is a tradition I want to carry on with my children.

We often make Lemon Poppy Seed Bread this time of year, but I decided to switch it up a little bit with orange peel and orange juice. Y’all. This Orange Poppy Seed Bread is SO. good.

Orange Poppy Seed Bread | MyBlessedLife.net

Yum. Yum. Yum.

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Orange Poppy Seed Bread

Do you have a favorite quick bread recipe that your family loves?

xoxo

Myra

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  1. says

    Ohhhh this looks deeee-vine! Quick question: can you prepare this ahead of time and freeze for later? I’m currently 37 weeks pregnant and would really LOVE to take some sweet, tasty treats to the hospital for the nurses and doctors but I have no idea exactly when Baby K will arrive. It could be tomorrow, next week, or a month from now. Any suggestions?!
    Nicole @ Three 31´s last blog post ..Third Trimester // pregnancy update #3

  2. Eunice says

    I baked this bread and It was really good! the smell and taste of the orange is yummy and wowow…thanks for sharing this recipe! God bless you.

  3. says

    This looks easy & delish…def a good variation for fall I usually fall into a rut of making apple & pumpkin everything! Thanks for the post!

  4. says

    They look great Myra. I love the way that you have wrapped them too. A woman after my own heart. I bought a roll of brown kraft paper a year or so ago, along with the red and white twine. I also have an assortment of ribbons too. I love wrapping this way. They are the only things I wrap with aside from some clear cellophane bags for little truffles or sweet treats to be put in.
    Prior to Christmas I will roll some of the brown paper out on our dining table and get my boys to draw on it, then I cut pieces off the roll to wrap Christmas gifts with. People seem to like it and the boys enjoy letting their creativity flow.
    I love reading your blog.

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