Sweet Potato Streusel Bread

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Make Ahead meals for Busy Moms

Do you ever buy these cute Christmas mini loaf pans? I buy a bunch for $1 each and give them to friends for Christmas with a homemade bread in them.  I made Mini Gingerbread Raisin Loaves last year for Christmas gifts.  (That’s a great recipe!)  There’s so many pretty ways to package these breads for gift-giving.  You can buy a roll of cellophane and gather it with a bow or buy a Christmas cellophane bag to slide it into. They have cute packaging products at Michael’s Craft Store and iparty!

 

Make Ahead Meals for busy Moms

This recipe makes one 8 x 4 bread and three 3 x 5 breads.  Check for cooking times below.

 

Make Ahead Meals for Busy Moms

Don’t let the delicious crusty streusel topping fool you.  These breads are very moist inside and keep well for days.  You can even freeze them ahead for the holidays!  I love them!

 




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  1. 4

    says

    Oh Jane – what a lovely post! The little pans are just adorable – I love to give gifts from the kitchen too. Gonna have to try this wonderful recipe soon. So glad you shared – your pictures are so nice.

  2. 9

    says

    Oh! Those pans are so adorable…I love them! This is such a fun idea for gifts…I know I’d be happy to get a loaf….of course anything sweet potato is perfect by me! Thanks for sharing with the hearth and soul hop this week, Jane!

  3. 10

    says

    I actually just bought some pans like those last weekend! I’m going to make some pumpkin bread to go in them and give them away to family and friends at Christmas. I love your recipe, too! I’ve never tried sweet potato bread! :)

  4. 12

    says

    Delicious! I see those little pans and think they are so cute and would make great gifts but I’ve never bought any. Your recipe would make great gifts!

  5. 13

    Susan H. says

    I know this is an older post but would sure love to know where you found the pans. I want to be on the lookout for some similar this coming Christmas. Thanks.

    • 13.1

      Jane says

      Hi Susan,
      I believe I got them at Michael’s Craft store, but I have seen them at the Christmas Tree Shop and other paces.

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