Yield: Yields one 10x10-inch square loaf.
Servings: About six servings.
This bread is wonderful for breakfast. Bake it the evening before, or if you’re an early riser, let the dough rise overnight in the refrigerator and then shape and bake it in the morning.
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This has been one of my family's favorite breakfast breads for years. It is always a success - just the right amount of sweetness. I've also made with blueberries. Doubles really well, too!
This was just okay. I certainly would not bake this for over night guests or as something special for a brunch. There are too many other delicious recipes out there. It was easy enough though, and if I happened to have a half pound of cherries lying around that I didn't know what to do with, and also the time to allow the dough to rise, I would consider it again. I would give the cherries more of a rough chop the next time rather than simply slicing in half.
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