This apple cinnamon bread is incredibly moist, has just the right amount of spice and the oatmeal topping provides a perfect crumbly texture.
In my mind, next to pumpkin, the combination of apples and cinnamon is quintessentially fall. It has become a tradition for my boyfriend and I to go apple picking every October. I am always overly ambitious and pick WAY to many! Our apple supply is starting to dwindle and to use up the last of the apples I decided to create this incredibly moist and delicious cinnamon apple bread. To add a bit of texture to the bread and help round out the flavours I decided to add a oatmeal crumble on top. The first time I made this bread I tried to fit the entire batter into one 8 by 3 loaf pan, which turned out to be a messy mistake. The apple bread started to bake over the sides of the pan and while the loaf tasted great it didn't look all that pretty and my oven was a little worse for the wear. This time around, I split the batter between two loaf pans - which I really should have done in the first place.
Apple Cinnamon Bread
The apples are the real star of the show here! There are more apples by volume then anything else in this bread so you are sure to get some in every bite. The other ingredients are really just there to bind the apples together and lend some flavour. The greek yogurt makes this bread incredibly moist. To add some texture to the bread and really bring out the cinnamon flavour I decided to add a cinnamon oatmeal crumble on top. The combination of oatmeal, cinnamon and brown sugar really brings this bread to the next level!