Apple Cinnamon Loaf

Recipe developed by Gulzat Dalton using CorEats Banana Mix

Have you personally discovered just how yummy and uncomplicated CorEats recipes are yet? I mean, the beauty of a baking mix is saving you the trouble and time of home cooked perfection- But I like to take my mixes one step further and supply you with an entire recipe stockpile so mouthwatering, that when you reach for a CorEats mix, your mind immediately ponders which delicious goody you’re going to make. That’s where it’s all at, baby!

Now, onto the recipe star of this show. Sometimes I find that I’m craving the comfort of a warm apple pie. Then again, maybe I want something more like a pastry? Hmm, but maybe a little less apple, a bit more crumb… Do I want to tinker with a pie crust? 

Does this craving dilemma sound familiar to you? Hehe- Well I have your solution and it’s called Apple Cinnamon Loaf! It’s everything you want it to be, and nothing you don’t! 

Fair warning, however, that it will bring on a whole new dilemma: Do you share or do you hide in your pantry and secretly enjoy the whole loaf!? I’ll let you solve that one ;-)




1 CorEats Banana or Pumpkin Muffin & Bread mix

3 eggs

½ cup sour cream or ¼ cup of milk

2 Tbsp oil

1 tsp vanilla

Cinnamon Sugar

¼ cup sweetener (coconut, maple sugar, or monk fruit, to name a few)

1 tsp cinnamon

Apple Filling

2 apples, peeled, cored, and diced

1 Tbsp sweetener (coconut, maple sugar, or monk fruit)

1 tsp cinnamon

*Try adding ¼ cup chopped pecans to your apple filling for a delicious crunch!




1. Prepare your CorEats Banana or Pumpkin Bread & Muffin mix per package instructions, including preheating oven and baking dish preparation. Set aside.

2. In a small bowl, combine sweetener and cinnamon.

3. In another small bowl, mix apples with sweetener and cinnamon.  

4. Pour half of your bread batter into the prepared baking dish.

5. Evenly distribute ½ of your apple filling over the bread batter, reserving the remaining half for the top and sprinkle with ½ of cinnamon sugar.

6. Top the apple filling with the remaining bread batter and smooth the top. 

7. Evenly distribute the remaining apple filling over top of your bread batter and sprinkle with the remaining cinnamon sugar.

8. With a butter knife, gently swirl the top layer into the batter.

9. Bake for 50-55 minutes, or until an inserted toothpick comes out clean. To keep from over-browning, you may wish to loosely lay a sheet of parchment or foil over the loaf for the remaining 20 minutes.

10. Cool for easy slicing and ENJOY!


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