4 Reviews

Oh mmm, what a creative way of creating a lovely breakfast treat. We all enjoyed this bread a lot. It has a nice flavour and soft texture.
I made a couple of changes due to personal preference and what I had on hand: I used a flax egg instead on a real egg, reduced the nutmeg to 1/8 ts and used apple pie spice for the rest, reduced the sugar to 1/4 cup.
Also I used a tad less peanuts for the topping as the whole 1/2 cup would not fit.
THANK YOU SO MUCH for sharing this winner with us, Acadia.
Made and reviewed for Veggie Swap #52 November 2012.

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Lalaloula November 18, 2012

We gave this 5 stars for the most creative use of ramen noodles. This is a quick bread that is nice to taste when you are tired of pumpkin or zucchini bread. It would have helped if the ingredients were listed in order, and I didn't know what to do with the 1/2 cup of butter, so I just used it to butter our pieces after baking. The peanuts are the key ingredient in this recipe, don't leave them out! thank you for sharing your recipe!

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MommaEllen November 21, 2008

Made this using a 9" loaf pan & that worked fine! Couldn't imagine using the noodles in a bread, but was determined to triy it anyway & pleased with the results ~ Served it with my own mix of chunky PB & honey butter for a very satisfying treat!

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Sydney Mike November 20, 2008

I wasn't quite sure what to expect here. Would it be a quick bread, a cake? Not having a pan size included added to the mystery. After mixing this up & seeing the amount of batter I elected to go with a 10" square pan instead of a loaf pan. It worked fine & didn't run over, but since it didn't rise much it probably would have been better in a large loaf pan. The peanut flavor really does come through. We liked that a lot, but both of us thought it wasn't sweet enough to be a dessert. Maybe a thin glaze after baking? I plan to try it toasted & serve with honey butter for breakfast. The bread was dense and didn't rise much. Looking back I used baking SODA rather than powder. oops. I did think this was a VERY creative use of the contest challenge ingredient (ramen noodles) and look forward to more of your entries in future contests! Good luck in the contest!

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Susie D November 20, 2008
Ramen Noodle Peanut Bread