I love Almond Joys.
One of my favorite cookie recipes are Almond Joy Cookies, and I make them way too often. I can’t seem to get enough of the coconut, chocolate, and almond combo. And to spread the love, I make almond joy cookie jars and give them away to my friends and family during the holidays.
To switch things up, I invented an Almond Joy Bread recipe. And you guessed it – it takes my favorite flavors and mixes them together into a tasty loaf.
No Candy Required
It took me a while to get the balance of flavors right, and it took me even longer to figure out how to keep my loaf from falling apart whenever I pulled it out of the pan.
And all my efforts have finally culminated in a bread that feels as indulgent as my cookies. Seriously, don’t wait to go to my bread blog BreadBytheHour.com.
Of course, you don’t need to have any Almond Joy Chocolates on hand to make this loaf. As fun as it would be to chop up candy and pop them in a quick bread, I focused more on the essential ingredients of Almond Joys.
Let Me Know What You Think
If you do try my Almond Joy Bread recipe, don’t forget to rate it or comment on the post. I love hearing feedback from my friends and family, and the more interactions a recipe has, the more people will find it in Google.
Do you have a different candy you’d like me to incorporate into my next sweet bread recipe? Please feel free to shoot me a message through my contact me page. I’d love to hear your ideas about a KitKat loaf or perhaps a Snickers sweet bread. Your cravings for chocolate could be the inspiration behind a brand new recipe – so don’t be afraid to be creative.