Amish Cinnamon Bread

Amish Cinnamon Bread

Looking for a cinnamon bread that is full of cinnamon.  Well here is the cinnamon bread for you.  No fancy ingredients, just go to your pantry and pull out all the ingredients.

Serve this up for breakfast, snack and don’t forget to put a slice in your lunch for a special treat.  If your feeling generous take a loaf of this cinnamon bread and share with your neighbor or someone who you feel just might need a pick me up.

Amish Cinnamon Bread

1 cup butter softened
2 cups sugar
2 eggs
2 cups butter milk ( if you don’t have butter milk substitute with 2 cups milk and add 2 Tablespoons vinegar or lemon juice.  Stir and use.)
4 cups flour
2 teaspoons baking soda

Cinnamon and Sugar

2/3 cups of sugar
2 teaspoons cinnamon

Stir together and set aside for later use.

Using your kitchen aid mixer or you can stir it by hand, cream together butter and sugar.  Add eggs.  Mix together.

Add milk.  Mix together.

Mix together flour and baking soda.  Add to mixture and mix well.

Grease 2 loaf pans.  Add half the mixture into each pan.  Spread evenly in pan.  Using 3/4 of cinnamon sugar mixture.  Sprinkle over each loaf pan filled with batter.

Top with rest of the batter.  Using rest of your cinnamon sugar for topping.

Bake at 350 degrees 45 to 50 minutes.  ENJOY!

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66 thoughts on “Amish Cinnamon Bread

  1. Here in Iowa there is a large Amish Community (the Amana Colonies). Every time my husband and I are driving through, we always stop for lunch. He always brings home a loaf (or two) of their cinnamon bread. Well, if it makes it home, I should say! x

  2. Cinnamon bread always goes over really well in my house. I will have to try your recipe the next time I make it.

  3. We love cinnamon bread. We make it all the time. This will be a great recipe to try out because I am always looking for a little bit different flavor when I am baking something a lot.

  4. My other half loves anything cinnamon based, so I bet he would adore this bread, I’ll have to make some I think, because even if he doesn’t I think I would love it myself.

  5. I love cinnamon bread. My aunt used to make it all the time and we would have it for breakfast at her house.

  6. I haven’t seen homemade apple cinnamon bread since I was a kid. This sounds really good, and I be it smells wonderful!

  7. Oh my gosh, that sounds delicious! We used to buy Amish bread from a vendor at a huge outdoor market in our area, but they stopped coming when the market got moved to a new location. I miss their bread! I’ll have to try this recipe!

  8. Oh I can almost smell the cinnamon through the computer! Thanks for linking up and sharing this recipe with us at #BloggingGrandmothersLinkParty. Have a lovely weekend.

  9. Yum!! What a wonderful bread for breakfast. Thank you for linking up at #BloggingGrandmothersLinkParty. I’m sharing your link on social media.
    Carol (“Mimi”) from Home with Mimi

  10. Amish Cinnamon Bread was always my favorite. Then I got married and my husband is part Amish so we ate it all the time. Unfortunately it doesn’t taste as great with gluten free flours.

  11. You always have really good recipes! Easy to follow steps and the ingredients you use are not hard to find. I will make this and have as much as I can. Cinnamon is actually good for me. It keep my blood sugar level stable.

  12. Had to print this recipe before commenting and bookmark the page to make sure I didn’t lose it. I am so baking this bread this weekend Candy. My husband loves cinnamon bread. His mom used to bake it when he was a kid. He would definitely enjoy this. Thanks for posting.

  13. I love cinnamon bread. Every time I smell freshly baked cinnamon bread, I remember my Dad. It was his favorite too, and he always asked my mom to make some for him. I will try your recipe and aside from the fact that this is going to be delicious, it will also bring back so many memories of my Daddy.

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