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Nutrition Facts

  Serving Size: 1 serving

Amount Per Serving
  Calories 100.0
  Total Fat 4.4 g
      Saturated Fat 0.5 g
      Polyunsaturated Fat 1.8 g
      Monounsaturated Fat 1.9 g
  Cholesterol 7.9 mg
  Sodium 28.3 mg
  Potassium 143.8 mg
  Total Carbohydrate 14.2 g
      Dietary Fiber 1.4 g
      Sugars 0.1 g
  Protein 1.9 g
  Vitamin A 23.5 %
  Vitamin B-12 0.3 %
  Vitamin B-6 1.7 %
  Vitamin C 6.9 %
  Vitamin D 0.2 %
  Vitamin E 2.5 %
  Calcium 1.0 %
  Copper 4.3 %
  Folate 3.9 %
  Iron 3.5 %
  Magnesium 2.2 %
  Manganese 10.8 %
  Niacin 4.0 %
  Pantothenic Acid     1.8 %
  Phosphorus     2.6 %
  Riboflavin 3.9 %
  Selenium 5.2 %
  Thiamin 5.9 %
  Zinc 2.1 %


*Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your daily values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs.


Calories in Apricot-Orange Bread

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Calories per Ingredient

Here are the foods from our food nutrition database that were used for the nutrition calculations of this recipe.

Calories per serving of Apricot-Orange Bread

25 calories of Wheat flour, white, bread, enriched, (0.05 cup)

20 calories of Apricots, fresh, (0.25 cup, sliced)

20 calories of Pecans, (0.10 oz (20 halves))

17 calories of Margarine, soft, (0.50 tsp)

16 calories of Granulated Sugar, (1 tsp)

3 calories of Egg, fresh, whole, raw, (0.05 small)


Nutrition & Calorie Comments  

The calorie count on this is definitely off. There are 48 1 tsp. servings in a cup and if that is the case there are 48 servings in this total recipe, which is much less than a 1/2 inch slice. And the calorie breakdown doesn't even include the milk or the orange juice. Submitted by:
EMMKAYC

(7/29/10)
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Sounds YUMMY...but why margarine instead of buttter? I am more avoidant of trans fats than the occasional saturated ones... Submitted by:
GABIRUSZCZAK

(4/23/09)
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How many slices should we make to get the calorie count it states. I will also sub applesauce and sugar substitute. I love breads like this so will sure give it a try Submitted by:
LLBRCFAN

(4/23/09)
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Using applesauce instead of margarine and splenda instead of sugar makes a difference in the fat and calorie content. The recipe is moist and very good. With eliminating the sugar and margarine I ate a full slice and felt no worries. Grat with a cup of coffee or a cup of skim milk. YUMMY Submitted by:
RICKIANN

(4/23/09)
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Nutritional info is useless because recipe does not specify how many slices per loaf. Submitted by:
BEINGCAUSE

(4/23/09)
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This sounds reall good. One slice is just not enough to eat! I would have to eat two and adjust my calories because I like any kind of bread! Submitted by:
BGAILSEWS

(4/23/09)
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I'm sure is good, similar to oner recipe I know, sugar plum loaf, without plums, just raisins and candy fruit,coated with powdered sugar at the end. Submitted by:
AMELITA2

(4/23/09)
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looks great! I'll make it GF and use apple sauce instead of margerine and cut sugar in 1/2. Submitted by:
BAILEYS7OF9

(4/23/09)
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There's no dry milk powder (nonfat or otherwise) in the country I'm living in. Does anyone know what I can substitute for that ingredient? I'd love to try this! Submitted by:
CASEYLAMB

(4/23/09)
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I am going to try this. I will use egg substitute instead of the egg, applesauce instead of margarine and probably half the sugar. Since my grandson is allergic to tree nuts I will eliminate the pecans. Submitted by:
GARDENINGGRAMMA

(4/23/09)
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Looks Yummy! I'll use 1/2 applesauce 1/2 marg and sub 1/2 splenda and 1/2 sugar when I make it. Mmm. :) Submitted by:
ONMYWAYTOGOAL

(1/12/09)
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Am I missing something? Pattyann101-there is fat in margarine and nuts. Carbs are listed at 14.2-I don't see 51.6 listed anywhere. Submitted by:
CLASSYCHASSIS

(10/21/08)
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I am into a bread-baking-phase right now so I am going to try this recipe. Just reading it, it makes me think to the traditional Italian Panettone minus spices and multiple fruits. Very promissing! :-)
I will substitute Butter or Olive Oil to Margarine (hydrogenated fat) though. Thanks 4 sharing
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TRICOTINE

(10/20/08)
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This recipe looks good but I think the nutritional information is very wrong. none of the ingred. would have fat and more importantly...NO WAY the carb content is 51.6 grams! My calculations say approx. 12-15 grams of carb for this recipe. Carb info is very important for diabetics especially. Submitted by:
PATTYANN101

(7/16/08)
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Sounds like a healthy low calorie delicious treat. I will make this in the very near future. Submitted by:
BRITEYZ721

(6/14/08)
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I've made this with sugar for my husband, but I use stevia. Does anyone know how to convert stevia into measurements for baking? Stevia is a natural, much sweeter tasting sugar substitute and if you use too much it can be bitter. Submitted by:
CHANTELMARIE

(4/23/08)
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I will make this today but subbing Splenda for the sugar. Should taste the same. Thanks. Submitted by:
MOMCADY1945

(1/12/08)
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It was a great recipe however, since I am a diabetc, I used Splenda and only 3/4 cup. That is the only problem I find with most of the recipes here is they seem to be of a pretty high sugar content and since its supposed to be healthy eating I find it a little disappointing at times. Submitted by:
GARDENYGIRL

(1/12/08)
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Serving size is one half slice. How many slices per loaf? Needs to be more specific or nutritional information is useless. Submitted by:
CHELLIEB

(10/20/07)
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yummy with a cup of coffee when you have that sugar craving haunting you! Submitted by:
CUDDLESUK

(10/20/07)
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