Carrot Apple Bread

This is carrot cake that’s been infused with apples and baked as a loaf.

So it’s not cake anymore. It’s bread. Therefore you can have more and definitely can have it for breakfast.

Carrot Apple Bread - Carrot cake with apples added and baked as a bread so it's healthier! Super moist, packed with flavor, fast and easy!!

Baking with both carrots and apples not only adds chewy texture and natural sweetness, but they add so much moisture that it’s impossible to have a dry loaf.

I adapted the basic ratios from Cream Cheese-Filled Pumpkin Bread, a personal and fan favorite, to make way for grated carrots and apples. I grated the carrot and apple by hand using the coarsest blade on a box grater. It literally takes two minutes and I’d spend much more time washing food processor parts than quickly doing it the old-fashioned way.

Carrot Apple Bread - Carrot cake with apples added and baked as a bread so it's healthier! Super moist, packed with flavor, fast and easy!!

It’s an easy, no mixer recipe that goes from bowl to oven in minutes. I used melted coconut oil so there’s no butter to cream and no mixer to dirty. Oil keeps bread softer and springier than butter, and I prefer the taste. Coconut oil adds a nearly imperceptible undertone that’s sweeter and more fragrant than canola or vegetable oil, but substitute with them if you’d like.

I love baking with coconut oil for muffinscakesbreadcookies and more. I used Nutiva Coconut Oil from iHerb.com. Code AVE630 at checkout saves you $10 off your order. I love iHerb for everything like probioticsbulk cinnamonpumpkin pie spiceliquid vanilla stevia dropsbulk white stevia powdermedicinal fancy-grade honeychia seedsface cleansernutritional yeast, and mini chocolate chips.

Carrot Apple Bread - Carrot cake with apples added and baked as a bread so it's healthier! Super moist, packed with flavor, fast and easy!!

The batter is very thick and that’s by design. The carrots and apples release juices while baking and if you start with a thin batter, it’ll turn too soupy during baking.

I baked the bread in a 9×5-inch pan because I was concerned that the moisture-heavy ingredients crammed into an 8×4 pan would take forever to cook through and a larger pan felt safer. In retrospect, an 8×4 would probably have been fine. The shorter height of the bread didn’t effect our inhaling of it in one day.

Carrot Apple Bread - Carrot cake with apples added and baked as a bread so it's healthier! Super moist, packed with flavor, fast and easy!!

It’s soft, tender, uber-moist, dense enough to be satisfying, but still light. The cinnamon and nutmeg really shine and add so much wonderful, rich, depth of flavor to the carrots and apples. The carrots dominate and the bread has a more pronounced ‘carrot cake’ taste than apple.

It was so flavorful and moist that I didn’t even need butter. Although a browned butter glaze can do no wrong if you’re so inclined.

Carrot Apple Bread - Carrot cake with apples added and baked as a bread so it's healthier! Super moist, packed with flavor, fast and easy!!

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Carrot Apple Bread

This is carrot cake that's been infused with apples and baked as a loaf. It’s an easy, no mixer recipe that goes from bowl to oven in minutes. I used melted coconut oil so there’s no butter to cream and no mixer to dirty. The bread is soft, tender, uber-moist, dense enough to be satisfying, but still light. The cinnamon and nutmeg really shine and add so much wonderful, rich, depth of flavor to the carrots and apples. The carrots dominate and the bread has a more pronounced ‘carrot cake’ taste than apple. Baking with both carrots and apples not only adds chewy texture and natural sweetness, but they add so much moisture. It was so flavorful and moist that I didn’t even need butter.

Yield: one 9x5-inch loaf, about 10 slices

Prep Time: 10 minutes

Cook Time: about 45 to 52 minutes

Total Time: about 90 minutes, for cooling

Ingredients:

1 large egg
1/2 cup light brown sugar, packed
1/3 cup liquid-state coconut oil (canola or vegetable may be substituted)
1/4 cup granulated sugar
1/4 cup cup sour cream (lite is okay; or Greek yogurt may be substituted)
2 teaspoons vanilla extract
2 teaspoons cinnamon
1/2 teaspoon ground nutmeg
1 cup all-purpose flour
1/2  teaspoon baking powder
1/2  teaspoon baking soda
pinch salt, optional and to taste
3/4 cup grated carrots (about 1 large peeled and trimmed carrot)
3/4 cup grated apples (I used 1 medium unpeeled Fuji; try Gala, Honeycrisp or similar)

Directions:

  1. Preheat oven to 350F. Spray one 9x5-inch loaf pan with floured cooking spray, or grease and flour the pan; set aside. (I haven't tried the recipe in an 8x4-inch pan and cannot comment on how long it will take to bake, but use an 8x4 pan if you prefer a taller loaf.)
  2. In a large bowl, add the the first eight ingredients, through nutmeg, and whisk to combine.
  3. Add the flour, baking powder, baking soda, optional salt, and fold with spatula or stir gently with a spoon until just combined; don't overmix.
  4. Add the carrots, apples, and fold gently to combine.
  5. Turn batter (it's very thick, this is what you want) out into the prepared pan, smoothing the top lightly with a spatula.
  6. Bake for about 45 to 52 minutes (I baked 50 minutes) or until the top is golden, the center is set, and a toothpick inserted in the center comes out clean, or with a few moist crumbs, but no batter. Tip - Tent the pan with a sheet of foil draped loosely over it at the 35 minute-mark if you feel the tops and sides will become too browned before center cooks through. Baking times will vary based on moisture content of carrots, apples, climate, and oven variances. Bake until done; watch your bread, not the clock and don't worry if it takes longer to bake than the baking estimates provided.
  7. Allow bread to cool in pan for about 15 minutes before turning out on a wire rack to cool completely before slicing and serving. Optionally, serve with or glaze with Honey ButterCinnamon-Sugar Butter, or Vanilla Bean Browned Butter Glaze. Bread will keep airtight at room temperature for up to 1 week, or in the freezer for up to 6 months.

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181 comments

  1. OK so this bread is so good. And if you DO NOT make the vanilla bean glaze then you are truly missing out. I made this yesterday and everyone wants seconds and thirds. I’m going to have to make another one. Gold thing it only needs one or two carrots and apples. I have some fresh picked organic carrots and juicy honeycrisp apples. Mm mmmm thank u soooo much!

    • Thanks for trying the recipe and I’m glad it came out great for you! Love that you added the glaze AND love that you’re making a second loaf today. I wish I had fresh picked organic carrots and juicy honeycrisp apples just laying around :)

  2. Wow!!  This bread came out so great!!!   I added cranberries, and it’s awesome!!

  3. I really want to make this but I want to do it as cupcakes. Any suggestion for baking time? Thanks! 

  4. H there,  This bread looks very yummy!  Can I sub almond flour for the all purpose flour?  Thanks!

    • No you can’t sub and expect the same results, i.e. for the recipe to work.

      You probably could use almond flour in the bread some how, some way…but that would involve developing a new recipe since almond flour is a made from nuts rather than it being a grain like AP flour and doesn’t behave at all the same way in baking.

  5. I made this into muffins…my 2 and 5 year old loved them!! I did too. I usually have all these ingredients on hand which is great so I’m about to make another batch. Thanks for another great recipe :)

  6. Hmm, despite all the great reviews/comments, sadly this recipe was a flop for me. I made a few substitutions/additions, but none out of the ordinary (e.g., whole wheat flour, applesauce for coconut oil, addition of chopped pecans, muffins instead of bread). Ended up extending the baking time/temperature but it was still not muffin consistency by the end. Could the applesauce have thrown this off completely since there was already moisture from the apples/carrots? Better luck next time I guess…

    • Thanks for trying the recipe and with all due respect, you changed quite a bit. Subbing applesauce for oil is not necessarily a swap that will always work. Sometimes it may, sometimes it won’t. Also, whole wheat flour has FAR less gluten then AP flour and so you likely won’t get a nice, soft, fluffy texture – plus it absorbs more water/moisture than AP flour so things can end up drier. And then on top of it, baking as muffins rather than a loaf can also confound things, as can adding nuts.

      I suggest making the recipe *Exactly As Written* until you know what you’re dealing with and then making swaps if you choose. However, I and others who’ve made the recipe AS WRITTEN love it as is, and personally I think that if you try it as written, you’ll love it won’t want to change a thing.

    • The standard for changing any recipe is to change only one thing at a time; you changed so many things, it’s not the same recipe at all, so there’s no way it could have worked well.

      I’ve been cooking and baking since I was eight years old (55 years’ experience now), and when he taught me to cook, Dad said to NEVER change more than one ingredient until I knew how it was going to work. I’ve seen that same advice in virtually every major cookbook over the last five and a half decades–don’t change more than one thing, or you won’t have a clue what went wrong or right.

  7. Hi Averie, I made this loaf today. It is so jam-packed with flavor and super soft. TBH, I was interested in making the mimi’s cafe bread (the one they give for free) but this bread hit the craving. Thx so much! :) plus kitchen smelled awesome when it was in oven.

    • Thanks for trying the recipe and I’m glad it came out great for you! I don’t think I’ve ever had the Mimi’s Cafe Bread! I don’t think I’ve ever been to Mimi’s Cafe but glad this hit the spot!

  8. Did I miss a list of nutritional values? I’m watching carbs/sugar
     

  9. Theresa Aberilla Reply

    This recipe is one of the most intriguing finds I have at Pinterest!

    This looks sooo yum! I’m gonna make this at one of the “coziest” – moments of my life! Thanks…

  10. I made this last night and it is delicious!! So moist and flavoursome. I’d like to try using wholemeal flour next time. Do you have any tips for this?

    • You loved it as is; as you said so moist and flavorsome so honestly I wouldn’t change a thing then. Whole-wheat based recipes tend to be drier and the flavor changes and you would likely need to compensate in other areas of the recipe with liquid/dry ingredients and I haven’t tested it so can’t say for sure. I’d just leave things alone since you have a winner :)

  11. Sold!!! I’m making this today!! Looks absolutely delicious:)! Can I make them like muffins and is it possible to freeze them?

  12. oh annnddddd how long do I cook them if I do them like muffins??

    • Haven’t tried so not sure but most muffins are 22-24 minutes, generally speaking, but this batter is very moist so may take longer, not sure b/c I haven’t tried.

  13. I cant wait to try this- it looks wonderful! My question is — do you think it would freeze well?  This would be a great food gift for Christmas!

  14. Just wanted to say that I love your recipe for this bread! Been making it for the past few months and it’s honestly such a great repeat recipe for me to use up apples/carrots and milk.  I often just use buttermilk in replacement of the Greek yogurt/sour cream because I have that readily available instead and I don’t really taste/feel the difference so that works for me. 
    Thanks for sharing =) 

    • Thanks for trying the recipe and I’m glad it’s on regular rotation for you and that you’re able to just use buttermilk to replace the sour cream/Greek yogurt. I love when people improvise with what they have on hand and just figure it out and roll with it! Whenever I call for buttermilk in a recipe, I get 20 questions, but can I just use Greek yogurt? So lately I write my recipes with Greek yog in mind…haha!

  15. This recipe looks great! Unfortunately though I’m lactose intolerant. Do you have any suggestions for a non-dairy substitute for sour cream/greek yogurt? I can’t stand the taste of soy and coconut yogurts because they’re so sweet, so i’m hesitant to try those. Thank you! 

    • There are a lot of non-dairy yogurts/sour creams on the market and I think you’d just have to experiment with what you prefer from a taste perspective since you seem to have strong opinions already…so I wouldn’t want to steer you into one that didn’t meet your expectations. But start trying, and see what you come up with!

  16. I made this last night and it turned out SO WELL. First time baking with coconut oil and it was absolutely delicious! :)

  17. Hi Averie! I love love love your website and your logo. How cute! We are still working on a unique logo for our page, but we are newbies compared to you. =) I’m going to be trying this recipe for sure. It’s great for me to have something to send with my husband for a mid-morning snack. We do green smoothies in the morning, but as a man he says he “needs something more” haha So this will be perfect! Thanks!

  18. I only have 100% stone ground whole wheat flour and I just baked this and it came out GREAT!

    ***It’s important for whole wheat batter to sit for AT LEAST 10 minutes before you bake it.*** It’s also pertinent to follow the directions completely even if you are making substitutions. These directions are very clear and helpful. Thanks for this yummy recipe!

    • Thanks for trying the recipe and I’m glad it came out great for you even with 100% whole wheat flour. Yes, whole wheat flour absorbs (and needs) so much more moisture to rise well and letting the batter rest was a good call. Thanks for the compliments on how my directions are written – I appreciate it!

  19. Hi Averie, 

    Made this this morning, the house smelled awesome, the bread tastes great… It just didn’t come out in a loaf, totally fell apart. I followed everything exactly (used plain Greek yogurt) but just used regular cooking spray, not floured. Would that make that much of a difference? Also, how much should it rise? It didn’t appear to rise a whole lot but your pictures didn’t look like it was too much thicker than mine. 

    Anyway, regardless of my presentation, it tastes awesome and I’m okay eating it by the spoonful out of a bowl :) 

    • I don’t think it was the cooking spray…two things, a loaf that falls apart and that doesn’t rise much indicates something wrong w/ the flour and/or baking soda/powder. I swear by King Arthur flour over all other brands b/c the results speak for themselves. Possibly you had really juicy apples/carrots and they needed a bit more flour to help bind the loaf together and with other brands of flour, you could need even more b/c King Arthur has more gluten than other brands so does a better job of binding things. Also if your baking soda/powder are older than 4-5 months old, I would replace and start new with those. Glad the taste is great and I bet an additional 1/4 cup of flour and brand new leaveners and you’ll be in business!

  20. Delicious! I made them as muffins so I could add pecans to some for my husband. Baked at 350F for 25 minutes. SO GOOD!

  21. Hi Averie,

    I’ve followed your blog for awhile and tried a few of your recipes and so far they’ve worked out well! I made this bread last week for the first time and made 2 more batches since then. it’s so good! and we love that there’s no butter :) we also add some raisins to it, and it’s just like eating carrot cake! 

    • Thanks for trying the recipe and I’m glad it came out great for you! And that the others you’ve made have been great, too! I personally love raisins in carrot cake but so many people are anti-raisin that I leave them out if I’m cooking for my blog :)

  22. This recipe looks amazing. My son has ana egg allergy- do you think I could substitute applesauce for the egg?

    • Hmmm, I haven’t tried it and so cannot say for sure. I am sort of thinking no only because the apples AND the carrots are so juicy, to then add more liquid with applesauce, seems like it may not bind together. But you never know til you try! You’ll likely need to add more flour.

  23. can I use garbanzo bean flour for the pumpkin apple cake and with reading will it rise

  24. My husband and step son loved this bread. They loved the taste and it was moist. Therefore, it is a hit and it is a recipe that I will make again. I did use greek yogurt and even lowered the sugar content. Thanks.

  25. Can I substitute regular yogurt instead of greek?

  26. Hands down one of the best sweet bread recipes!! Simple to make but takes time with grating the apple and carrots but worth every minute in the end!
    Since making this the first time I have added raisins and pecans because I like the crunch from the nuts. You are correct in that you have to test it to make sure it is done. The batter is very wet. THANK YOU!!

  27. I just made these with a few adjustments and they were delicious! I didn’t have any brown sugar or vanilla, so I used the 1/4 c granulated sugar as called for plus an additional 1/3 cup granulated sugar + 2T maple syrup. They were SO good! I left my apples in small chunks because I prefer the texture and used about a cup, a whole medium honeycrisp. I also didn’t have a loaf pan (was baking at the boyfriend’s house!) so I made this recipe in a cafe muffin tin. It made 6 cafe-size muffins, baked at 350 for 25 minutes. YUM! Thanks for sharing!

    • Thanks for trying the recipe and I’m glad it came out great for you! Glad the tweaks you made worked out and you’re super pleased! And you’re resourceful in the kitchen, i.e. no brown sugar, no bread pan, etc. but it all worked out!

  28. The carrot apple bread looks delicious!! I was wanting to make this in individual loaf pans for gifts  How much batter would you recommend for the smaller pans?

  29. Averie, I had to come back here to tell you how much my family and I LOVE this bread! Lovely texture and perfect flavor. It is going in the permanent repeats file. :) I did use the 8×4 loaf pan and it was perfectly done in 55 minutes. Thanks for the awesome recipe!

    • Thanks for trying the recipe and I’m glad it came out great for you and that you and your whole family just love it! And that it’s going into the permanent repeats file. :)

  30. Hi Averie! Thanks for posting this recipe. I know you prefer that people attempt the recipe as written, but I just made one substitution that worked well fir my purposes. I was excited to make this for a camping trip, but am without a car and didn’t have an egg. I would have asked a neighbor, but it’s my day off, so I imagined no one would be home. I wound up subbing half a banana for the egg in this recipe. This definitely makes the bread sweet, and less “carrot-cake-like,” but i was looking for a breakfast bread anyway, so this works!  I guess that just means I’ll have to try the recipe “your way” before apple season is over. :-) Thanks again!

    • Thanks for trying the recipe and I’m glad it came out great for you! Glad the banana worked out and I have so many version of banana-carrot, banana-apple, carrot-zucchini, zucchini-banana…I have intermingled all my quickbreads over the years and things usually seem to work out :)

  31. If I sub coconut flour for my gluten free friend will it turn out as delicious?

    • No, you cannot use JUST coconut flour. That won’t work. I recommend a GF baking blend, i.e. Pamela’s, Bob’s Red Mill, etc. rather than a single flour and coconut flour would not be the one to use! It will turn the dough to glue.

  32. Could you use applesauce? Or would that be way too soggy?

  33. Hi There!

    I was wondering if t was possible to add half a cup of oats to this recipe or would that make the bread too dry? Is there a way where I can balance out the flour and still add some oats? I was not sure if you had an oatmeal quick bread recipe. I didn’t see one but wanted to double check on both questions :) thanks! Hope to hear from you soon! I have been eyeing this bread recipe like crazy and was hoping to make it tomorrow!

  34. Can this be baked without egg. Else can you suggest an alternative.

  35. I made it yesterday and what can I say? Quick, no mixer, delicious – I love your recipes, Averie :)

  36. I just made this bread today, following the recipe exactly and it was delicious! I typically do not like baked apples, like in apple pie, but the apples in this recipe give the bread sweetness, but pretty much melt away that you don’t get chucks of apples. It is just the perfect amount of sweetness.  Thanks for the recipe. 

    • I agree the apples sort of melt away in terms of the texture (because they’re grated, not sliced or diced) but you get the flavor and the moisture. Thanks for trying the recipe and glad it came out great for you!

  37. Wow another Pinterest hit!! This bread is delicious as is!! I made a couple of loaves, one with raisins & nuts, all came out perfectly scrumptious. I will continue to bake this recipe for years & years. Thank You!!

  38. I read this and just had to try it!! I didn’t have all the ingredients so I improvised (my kids would say “experimented” Lol) …maple syrup instead of white sugar, Greek yoghurt like you suggested, didn’t have quite enough vanilla :( but I added a bit of ground ginger, 1/4 cup of shredded coconut and chopped a handful of dates…. I think this will become a lunchbox staple!! Thanks so much!! Cass xx

    • Thanks for trying the recipe and glad it came out great for you despite the tweaks you made, which sound perfect! Ginger and dates are favorites of mine and I bet were great with the carrots and apples!

  39. So I made this delicious bread and all I can say is why didn’t I make two.  My family loved it. The only thing that I would like to have is the nutritional facts.  If it’s possible can you please email me the facts? Thank you so much for sharing.  

  40. I am just making this loaf for the second time. It really is delicious and moist and lovely to have a slice with a cup of tea in the afternoon.  I agree about the smaller size pan and this time around I am adding walnuts just because I want to.. 😊. Great recipe and thank you Averie.

  41. The bread was delicious, but the coconut oil was just a bit too much. Next time I make it I’ll do half the oil or maybe substitute it with applesauce and try it that way. Thanks for sharing the recipe. 

    • Some people are more sensitive to the taste of coconut oil than others, and some brands are much more pronounced. You can always use canola oil next time if you prefer. Glad you thought the bread was delicious!

  42. This was absolutely delicious. I did use coconut sugar instead as my brown sugar was hard as a rock. Thanks for sharing this recipe with us. :)

  43. I just wanted to let you know I LOVE this recipe! I tried making it with my daycare children and they all loved it and asked for seconds. When I do my monthly menus for my daycare it is always requested and I have even directed some of my daycare stents to your site as their kids are requesting it at home as well.

  44. Just made this and it’s delicious!! I love the combination of carrots and apples! thanks for another great recipe as always!! 

  45. I have made this recipe several times now–exactly as is and with the addition of raisins and replacing 1/4 cup of flower with 1/4 cup of ground flax seed. It is wonderful either way. It is always a hit and easy to whip up within minutes. Thank you!

  46. My daughter and I made this today and I’m so glad we did! So much flavor packed in this moist bread. We doubled it and put it in a bunt pan. We also added raisins (1/4 C and I substituted gluten free all purpose flour in equal amounts. What a great recipe! Thank you for sharing this! 

    • Thanks for trying the recipe and I’m glad it came out great for you! I love the idea of doubling the recipe for a Bundt and that you added raisins (I love them, most people I find don’t so I don’t blog about them much) and so cool it worked great with GF flour!

  47. When I saw this recipe and then viewed the comments it was a must that I tried it. So as I was eating my daily oatmeal I was baking inbetween bites!! Lol… It’s cooling as we speak and it’s always so difficult to let something cool, I sliced a little corner and blew on it and chomped it down! It is amazingly! It has great flavor, so moist!! Thank you for sharing your greatness. I am a picky foodie! This recipe is on repeat!

    • Thanks for trying the recipe and I’m glad it came out great for you! And I am a VERY picky person after blogging about food fulltime for 7 years and 2 cookbooks…so I can relate!

  48. I exactly doubled this recipe, but on the second go round, i substituted finely chopped strawberries for the apples, and substituted 1 tsp of lemon extract for 1 tsp of vanilla.   Was fantastic!!!

  49. I made this loaf this morning…it is so moist & delicious. I was looking for a recipe that my mom would like and I know she will love it. It’s not too sweet. 
    I will confess to doing something a little different…I added in some orange zest and instead of a loaf I used the square muffin tins. Baked for around 22 minutes. Turned out perfect. 
    Thank you for a wonderful recipe & I plan to try more on your site!!

  50. Hi, this recipe looks fab. I have recently been making recipes using light white spelt flour, what are your thoughts on using this in your recipe? I can’t seem to source almond flour here in the UK.

    I have only just subscribed to your blog. I  can’t wait to try out some recipes!

    Thanks 

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