Spelt Streusel Apple Bread

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This apple spelt bread is very delicious, moist, and so easy to make. Buttermilk is the secret to the tender, moist texture of this quick bread. There's no sugar in the batter--only in the streusel topping. Back in July, I was one of the 4 lucky winners for a NuStevia giveaway at kristi’s blog, Mother Rimmy's Cooking Light Done Right and received a set of stevia products from NuNaturals to try. For those who ain't fans of artificial sweeteners, replace the stevia powder with 150-200 grams of sugar.
The bread is prepared with spelt bread flour and filled with Granny Smith apples and cinnamon and is topped with a raw brown sugar and almond streusel. Warm from the oven, this cakey bread makes a perfect after-school snack and it freezes well, too.

Topping
  • 225 g Spelt bread flour (Dinkel #1050)
  • 1 tsp Baking soda
  • 1/2 tsp Salt
  • 2 Small Granny Smith apples, peeled and chopped
  • 100 g Butter, softened
  • 12 packet NuStevia white stevia powder
  • 2 Eggs
  • 1 tsp Vanilla extract
  • 110 ml Buttermilk
  • 40 g Spelt pastry flour (Dinkel #630)
  • 20 g Finely chopped blanched almonds
  • 40 g Raw brown sugar
  • 1/2 tsp Cinnamon powder
  • 45 g Butter
  1. Whisk together the spelt bread flour, baking soda and salt. Peel and chop the apple. Cream butter and white stevia powder in a mixing bowl. Beat in eggs and vanilla.
  2. Add the dry ingredients into the creamed mixture alternately with buttermilk. Fold in chopped apples. Divide the thick batter into 7 greased mini rectangular baking cups.
  3. For topping, combine the flour, almonds, raw sugar and cinnamon powder. Cut in butter until crumbly. Sprinkle each with some streusel topping. Bake at 190C/375F for 30 minutes. Cool in pan 10 minutes before removing to a wire rack.

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94 comments:

Balvinder Ubi 15/9/14 06:44

Congrats for the giveaway win! These mini breads looks so moist!

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Priscilla @ Homegrown Delight 15/9/14 07:56

Your streusel apple bread looks great :-) I love apples and you made this snack healthy by using spelt flour. The bread must smell so wonderful while baking, yummy!

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Nammi 15/9/14 08:55

oooooooooooooooooh yumm. this I have to try, have so many of your recipes bookmarked to try dont know where to start :)

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Rosa's Yummy Yums 15/9/14 09:07

Delicious! A wonderful autumn treat.

Cheers,

Rosa

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Medeja 15/9/14 10:52

They look great! So yummy! And with apples.. :) I would prefer sugar :)

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Barbara 15/9/14 12:47

Buttermilk and sour cream make for such a tender crumb, don't they? Your individual apple cakes look wonderful, Angie.

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Jasna Varcakovic 15/9/14 12:55

Looks divine; would like to bite into one right now!

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Beth 15/9/14 12:57

It's the perfect time of year for baking with apples, and of course streusel always makes it better! Thanks for this gorgeous recipe.

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Amy (Savory Moments) 15/9/14 13:29

Oh, yum - This apple bread looks perfect for a fall treat!

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Dawn Yucuis 15/9/14 14:07

Your bread looks perfect for an after school snack. I love baking with apples.

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Alida 15/9/14 14:48

Beautiful apple-recipe and I love that topping. Now apples are in season! Yum. Brava Angie :-)

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Christine Ho 15/9/14 15:05

The mini bread looks so moist and delicious. Perfect for afternoon tea with friends.

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Ann Low 15/9/14 16:18

Angie, Always love your easy and healthy recipes. These mini breads look lovely and delicious!

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SavoringTime in the Kitchen 15/9/14 17:27

Adorable little mini loaves, Angie! I know I would love these little bites of autumn.

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Emma | Fork and Good 15/9/14 17:38

This is one of the best recipes you've ever posted! They are so cute! Making theese!

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suja md 15/9/14 17:52

Love these crispy bread, a perfect helathy snacking for the evening!!

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Chris Scheuer 15/9/14 20:00

I'm sure the aroma must have been amazing as these baked. They would be the perfect fall breakfast or snack! Actually I'd be thrilled with these any time of the year!

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fimère .b 15/9/14 20:10

avec les pommes c'est encore plus gourmand
bonne soirée

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cristina 15/9/14 21:17

Love these smallish loaves of bread, Angie. I need to start looking into using spelt flour...inspired and pinning! :)

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Judit + Corina @ Glamorous Bite 15/9/14 22:02

Angie, your streusel apple bread looks utterly delicious! Love the gorgeous texture and the fabulous crust! Bookmarked :)

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Priya Suresh 15/9/14 22:40

They looks damn pretty, i can have a slice rite now.

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Norma Chang 16/9/14 00:30

This sure looks yummy, love the mini loaves idea. I would substitute sugar for the stevia.

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Juliana 16/9/14 01:39

These little apple bread look so cute...I love the streusel topping!
Enjoy your week Angie :D

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Cheri Savory Spoon 16/9/14 01:53

This looks dreamy Angie, love that you used spelt and buttermilk. Love fall foods.

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Ashley 16/9/14 02:46

Between the buttermilk, apples and almond streusel this bread sounds absolutely fantastic! Hope you had a great weekend!

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dina 16/9/14 04:10

great healthy bread for fall!

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Elisabeth Foodandthrift 16/9/14 04:36

Angie, I love the little individual loaves of this super yummy apple bread. The streusel topping is 'out of this world'...totally amazing, and droolworthy delicious!

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TasteHongKong 16/9/14 05:31

Angie, these mini breads look both tender and cutie; the topping makes them even prettier. Besides, they are made with spelt flour!

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The Yum List 16/9/14 06:09

Another drool worthy recipe from you Angie. Thank you!

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Catherine 16/9/14 06:11

Dear Angie, These apple breads are beautiful. Perfect for all the apples at this time. Blessings dear. Catherine

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Elzbieta Hester 16/9/14 06:49

I need to make me some, fantastic streusel!

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AdriBarr 16/9/14 08:08

These little loaves look wonderful. I have just started using spelt flour, and I love it!

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Anne Regalado 16/9/14 10:45

Angie , those individual loaves look pretty delicious ! Love the contrast between the moist apple bread and the crunchy streusel topping :)

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Joanne 16/9/14 13:27

What tasty little loaves! Love the apple cinnamon combo.

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Sam Hoffer / My Carolina Kitchen 16/9/14 14:01

Your apple bread looks amazing Angie. I just want to reach right in the screen and take a bit. Buttermilk does make a difference.
Sam

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We Are Not Martha 16/9/14 14:20

These look SO delicious and I loveee that they're made with spelt! I'm so happy it's apple season :)

Sues

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jemes 16/9/14 14:22

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My Little Space 16/9/14 15:12

Boy, you made them look so goooood ! Wish I can have some right now. Just taken some noodle but still craving for this. haha....
Hope you're having a fabulous week.
Blessings, Kristy

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Pam 16/9/14 16:35

So cute & delicious!

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Jeannie Tay 16/9/14 18:23

That looks like a really yummy and healthy bread…would love to have some if I may. The apple cubes sure gives a lovely pattern to the crumbs

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Hema 16/9/14 18:46

Looks so awesome, would love to have some now..

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The Squishy Monster 16/9/14 19:18

I've still not jumped on the stevia bandwagon but perhaps I should. Your bread looks fantastic, Angie!

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Kitchen Belleicious 16/9/14 19:39

that looks delicious. I love the streusel which makes the bread in my opinion. Buttery and sweet! YUM!

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All That I'm Eating 16/9/14 21:16

This sounds brilliant, a great way to use apples!

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Shibi Thomas 16/9/14 21:30

I too baked a whole wheat apple loaf yesterday. Isn't the aroma that fills in the house during the baking of apple with cinnamon amazing?

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Nazneen Hamilton 16/9/14 22:48

There are so many wonderful things in this bread/cake i love! Streusel, apples, raw sugar.....and so on. Love this!

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Shashi Charles 17/9/14 01:12

I have never used NuStavia before - congrats on your win Angie! And speakingofwinning - this is one winning loaf - I LOVE LOVE LOVE those huge chuncks of apples in the loaf

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Viviane Bauquet Farre - Food and Style 17/9/14 01:21

The buttermilk must make these so wonderfully textured! Thanks for sharing, Angie.

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Geraldine Saucier 17/9/14 02:07

I was craving apple bread. This recipe fits the bill.

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Marcela 17/9/14 02:44

Oh my! So good! I'm totally keen on apples! great job!

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Jess Bakericious 17/9/14 03:08

woa this looks healthy and delicious especially the streusel topping, yum!

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mjskit 17/9/14 05:28

Buttermilk does give bread a very moist texture and I love the flavor of it in breads. I'm sure the apple provides a lot of moisture as well in this awesome streusel bread! My problem with this bread is that I could finish it off in one sitting. :)

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GiGi Eats Celebrities 17/9/14 06:07

I have a feeling, when you bake these, you have people lining up around the block!

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Guru Uru 17/9/14 09:09

It may be spring but I think I am entitled to a little autumn love :D
YUM!

Cheers
Choc Chip Uru

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anna @ annamayeveryday 17/9/14 12:20

These sound delicious and perfectly seasonal, will have to try these!

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Debra Eliotseats 17/9/14 12:25

Anything with apples and streusel lad I am there!!!!!

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GG 17/9/14 14:11

I love these, great size and they look so delicious. GG

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Karen (Back Road Journal) 17/9/14 15:32

I like the idea of the almonds in the streusel, your little breads sound great.

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Mich PieceofCake 17/9/14 16:20

Wow those apple chunks inside and streusel topping seals the deal for me. I need some of these right away.

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Liz Berg 17/9/14 16:49

Oh, I would love a loaf of this gorgeous bread in my kitchen. Perfect for a mid-morning pick me up with a cup of tea!

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Sharon D 17/9/14 17:13

Oh, I am such a big fan of streusel tops. This looks to-die-for, Angie! I hope to try this recipe one day :D

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Monica 17/9/14 17:28

Love these individual apple bread portions! I can just imagine how moist and fragrant these babies are warm from the oven.

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kitchen flavours 17/9/14 18:57

Hi Angie,
Such lovely bread! And full of wholesome healthy ingredients!
Perfect for snacking anytime of the day!

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Erica 17/9/14 19:47

These apple breads look really good! perfect recipe to make this season, Angie!

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Rebecca Subbiah 17/9/14 22:46

these are adorable and love strudel

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Caroline 18/9/14 01:41

These little loaves are adorable!! and they sound delicious, too! I've been cooking with apples a lot recently...I love fall. :-)

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Lucy @ Bake Play Smile 18/9/14 03:15

Wow what a great idea. Gosh anything with apple streusel gets me every time!! xx

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Kelly 18/9/14 03:39

Such a gorgeous bread Angie! Love the buttermilk, spelt flour and almond streusel - looks absolutely mouthwatering!

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Easyfoodsmith 18/9/14 05:27

Lovely little loaves! I am imagining the aromas that must have wafted through your house :-)

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Abbe@This is How I Cook 18/9/14 06:23

I have become very hungry What a great fall cake!

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Priscilla | She's Cookin' 18/9/14 07:07

I love a streusel topping on muffins! Another great spelt flour recipe, Angie!

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Katerina 18/9/14 09:42

I think buttermilk and yogurt make baked goods very soft! love your strudels Angie!

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Tricia @ Saving room for dessert 18/9/14 14:47

Beautiful little cakes - I love the size and the pan looks perfect. Hope you are doing great Angie - have a great weekend!

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Amelia 18/9/14 16:59

Hi Angie, your cute little break look so moist and awesome. Thanks for sharing your recipe.
Nice presentation.

Have a wonderful day ahead,regards.

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Ann Jones 18/9/14 17:40

What a great looking fall treat! I like that you made mini bread, they are adorable :)

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Pilar. Cook and Spoon 18/9/14 19:23

So perfect for this cool weather and it must really be delicious warm!

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Jessica Hylton 19/9/14 08:21

These look beautiful and so delicious Angie! I've gotten into different types of flours, and I can completely appreciate your love for them!

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Marcela 19/9/14 11:11

wow! so awesome! i love apples!

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Jean | DelightfulRepast.com 19/9/14 15:20

Angie, I have been so tempted for years to get that pan! It might be the *only* pan in the world I don't have! But I do have a collection of little loaf pans that I set on a baking sheet, so must add this to my list. Those little loaves are adorable, and we're getting into apple season now.

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Muna Kenny 19/9/14 15:52

Angie, this looks beautiful and delicious! It looks moist and I'm craving some right now. Yum!

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dentistvschef 19/9/14 20:06

what a cute little apple bread,
i guess i more curious about the mold then, lol

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Veronica's Kitchen 21/9/14 02:39

Just lovely to have for afternoon tea! I have collected a lot of baking pans but still haven't got some mini loaf pans, they're so cute!

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Sue 21/9/14 22:49

The mini loaves are so cute and the streusel looks yummy!

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eatgood4life.blogspot.com 22/9/14 00:30

These look just divine. I am loving all of the apple recipes...

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Barbara Bakes 22/9/14 04:05

The streusel topping really makes these little loaves extra special.

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Helene Dsouza 22/9/14 17:12

So cool that you add stevia in your recipe. I wonder how the bread tastes, bet super addictive. Thanks for sharing!

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Regina 22/9/14 21:40

These mini loaves are just too cute! I love everything apple-cinnamon and I am sure I would devour this bread

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Reeni 24/9/14 03:02

How delicious Angie! Those apples nestled in that tender crumb. What a treat!

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Kit @ i-lostinausten 24/9/14 15:41

Wow! Love this tasty & cute bread ! Surely trying this soon . Thanks for sharing ;)

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Erin @ The Speckled Palate 29/9/14 23:40

What gorgeous little loafs! This Spelt Streusel Apple Bread sounds like an instant winner in my books, and it is perfect for this time of year. YUM!

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Terra 5/10/14 05:31

This apple freak is loving your recipe. The crumble top looks and sounds delicious! Yum, Hugs, Terra

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Nippon Nin 13/10/14 23:55

My perfect apple project! I will make this and take to my neighbors. They will be thrilled!

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