This week’s Tuesdays with Dorie recipe comes from Baking with Dorie. Pecan Cranberry Loaf was one I definitely “played around” with 😉 Dorie calls this a sturdy loaf that travels and keeps well as well as being a candidate for toasting and serving with butter and jam.
I was making this for gluten-free friends so I used Bob’s Red Mill 1-to-1 Baking Flour (<<< affiliate link but it’s the best all-purpose baking blend I’ve used to date) and an oat milk, I’d been gifted (to make it dairy-free to boot!). I also used pumpkin seeds instead of pecans as Neil (who would be eating it too) is not a pecan fan. THEN I used dried cranberries instead of fresh/ frozen because that’s what I had on hand. I also didn’t use coriander (sorry, I don’t like it in baked goods, nor do I really like cardamom) and what I ended up with was excellent. Love a “play-aroundable” loaf!
Because I was using GF flour I was nervous about how long it would take to bake and how I would know. I ended up Googling “internal temperature for cakes” and learned that cakes like this are generally fully baked at around 200-210˚F so I got out my trusty digital probe thermometer (<<< again, affiliate link but if you don’t have one, you should!). The loaf ended up taking close to 80 minutes to bake completely.
This was really excellent – on its own, toasted and served warm with a scoop of ice cream. I’d make it again for sure!
Get the recipe for Pecan Cranberry Loaf on p 73 of Baking with Dorie or here.
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