i never had a sweet tooth, but once in a while something would trip the sugar rush switch to the on position. this time, miss estephanie did the trick with her wholesome version of the sweet bread we know.
i got her orange-cranberry-walnut bread, but she has a variety of options like coconut-raisin, banana-walnut, carrot-walnut and more, all made with thoughtful ingredients and 50% less sugar than regular sweet bread. check out her label above.
the bread is solid. firm but moist. it has the kind of sweetness i enjoy, which is the natural sweet from the fruits. plus the bran, wheat and oats balance the flavours off nicely. so it’s just sweet enough. i’ll say yuh should call the number on the label and get yuh hands on a loaf or two.
i found out about this bread via my friend nicole, who happens to be miss estephanie’s daughter. it’s been a topic on facebook for the week thanks to another friend, richard, who made it his business to showcase the various slices he purchased and all the things he topped them with. so i promised that when i got my loaf, i would offer a creation.
so i cut up my slice.
did that so i could manipulate it into this little glass. looked like a good way to control the portion size.
next, i put a layer of this land o’ lakes light whipped cream. it’s not that sweet, but made with real milk and cream so it’s tasty.
then i added some chilled chunky mixed fruit for the flavour and the texture.
topped it off with another layer of the bread and that was it. a nice sensible dessert. thanks for the link up nicole. thanks for the inspiration richard. thanks for the bread miss estephanie…
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Miss Estephanie probably never thought all this would be done. She'll be proud. You dressed up the bread. Chuckled at the title. Love it.
Good read, man.
Ah loving de title 😀
Another ingenious way to enjoy a snack…a healthy one at that. Yuh does cyar go wrong with whip cream and fruit. When I finally get mine I'm going to try it like how you did, and also with some ice cream like Rich did.
I sent my mom the link to your blog so she too can take a read about her wonderful bread.
Thanks again for all your support Q!