Cinnamon Apple Bread

Sharing a recipe for the yummiest cinnamon apple bread! Perfect for breakfast, afternoon snack, or late night treat!

The BEST Cinnamon Apple Bread | Louella Reese

Back to Monday. To make Monday just a little sweeter, I’m sharing a recent bread recipe we have been all about. Seriously, we have made it twice within a week and are completely hooked. Also, I don’t think I’ve ever received so many DMs after posting something. When I shared a snap of this bread on my stories last weekend y’all were ALL about it! So obviously, I had to share the full recipe here on Louella Reese for you to reference back to and make sure that everyone who wanted the recipe has access to it. 

This summer and fall we were all about banana bread. I made three or four different variations basically every other week (if not every week). We kind of fell out of that come November/December with all the Christmas cookie baking. So now that, that is over, we’re back to our bread obsession. This cinnamon apple bread may be my favorite one out of all I’ve whipped up! I may give it a try next week bananas + apples and see how that goes. I’ll keep you posted! 

The recipe for this bread is quick, easy, and I say healthy because there is no refined sugar being added and instead of butter, I opted to us coconut oil. Which I believe makes it taste even better and a little more moist. So without further ado, the recipe… 

The BEST Cinnamon Apple Bread | Louella Reese
The BEST Cinnamon Apple Bread | Louella Reese


  • 1/2 cup packed light brown sugar
  • 1 1/2 teaspoon cinnamon 
  • 2/3 cup white sugar
  • 1/2 cup  softened coconut oil 
  • 2 eggs 
  • 2 teaspoon vanilla extract 
  • 1 1/2 cup flour 
  • 1 1/2 teaspoon baking powder
  • 1/2 cup almond milk 
  • 2 apples, peeled and chopped
  1. Preheat oven to 325F. Spray a 9x5inch loaf pan 
  2. In a medium bowl, mix brown sugar and cinnamon. 
  3. In a large bowl (or mixer), combine white sugar and coconut oil until smooth. Add eggs and vanilla, continue to beat on medium speed until well combined. Add in flour and baking powder. Mix well and then add milk. 
  4. Pour half the batter into grease loaf pan, place 3/4 of the chopped apples on top and pat into batter. Then pour remaining batter on top. Finish with apple slivers across the top. Bake for 45-50 minutes or until a toothpick comes out clean. Cool for 10 minutes and enjoy!
The BEST Cinnamon Apple Bread | Louella Reese

I hope y’all enjoy it and I cannot wait to hear what you think after testing out the recipe! Be sure to come back here and post after trying or shoot me a DM on instagram. I would LOVE to hear from you! 

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  1. Annaliese wrote:

    YUM!! Totally saving this to Pinterest!

    xoxo A

    Posted 1.28.19 Reply
  2. Jessica Camerata wrote:

    This looks so good!

    xo Jessica
    My Style Vita

    Posted 1.28.19 Reply
  3. Lisa Autumn wrote:

    OMG this looks and sounds delish!

    x Lisa |

    Posted 1.28.19 Reply
  4. Ooh, cinnamon and apple together are such a treat!
    This also looks like such an easy recipe to follow, which is great for me because I don’t bake nearly as much as I should!

    xo Amanda
    Affordable by Amanda

    Posted 1.28.19 Reply
  5. Lauren wrote:

    This looks and sounds so delicious! I’ve been having such a sweet tooth lately, so definitely adding to my list – along with your banana bread recipe!


    Posted 1.28.19 Reply
    • Thank you so much gal! I cannot wait for you to try it – it is SO delicious! Totally addicting too – just a warning 🙂

      xo Laura Leigh

      Posted 1.28.19 Reply
  6. Morgan wrote:

    Yum!! All my favorite flavors in one! 🙂

    How 2 Wear It []

    Posted 1.28.19 Reply
  7. Mollie wrote:

    OMG this sounds unreal. I need to try making this!! Also, I recently updated my site and I think we might use the same theme 🙂 I also noticed today that Ashley from Dressed to Kill uses it too. I guess great minds think alike!

    xx Mollie

    Posted 1.30.19 Reply
    • Thank you lady! It is really, really good! Oh that is too funny – it’s a great one for sure.

      xo Laura Leigh

      Posted 1.31.19 Reply
  8. Mmmm this looks delicious! Can’t wait to make it!

    Posted 1.30.19 Reply
  9. Caitlin wrote:

    Drooling a little bit right now imagining a warm piece slathered in butter…. <3

    Posted 1.30.19 Reply
  10. Ruthie Ridley wrote:

    This looks divine! You make the best treats!

    Posted 1.30.19 Reply
  11. Torey wrote:

    This looks delish! Anything apple cinnamon is ????

    Posted 1.30.19 Reply
  12. Kileen wrote:

    This looks and sounds so delicious! Definitely need to make this some time!

    cute & little

    Posted 1.30.19 Reply
  13. Marlene wrote:

    Ok this looks soooo good! I need to try this

    Posted 1.31.19 Reply
  14. Amanda wrote:

    This looks delicious, I want to try making this!

    Posted 1.31.19 Reply
  15. Yum!! This sound so delicious!! Thanks for sharing, love!

    xoxo Sarah

    Posted 2.1.19 Reply
    • Of course girl friend – thanks for checking it out! Hope you give it a try – really is so good!

      xo Laura Leigh

      Posted 2.1.19 Reply
  16. Laura wrote:

    That looks really yummy!! I’m always afraid to try baking with all my current substitutes. But love that you swapped out butter and sugar and it still turned out delish!

    xo, Laura

    Posted 2.4.19 Reply