Gluten-Free SunButter Chocolate Bread that is tender, chocolaty, and sweet. The SunButter cheesecake-like layer in the center gives this quick bread and elegant twist that you’re sure to love.
This recipe was sponsored by SunButter. I was compensated for this post. Opinions are my own.
If any quick bread can be described as sexy, it’s this Gluten-Free SunButter Chocolate Bread.
The texture is perfect, the flavors of chocolate and SunButter can be enjoyed with each bite, and it’s super simple to make.
You’re in love, right?
Yeah. Me too.
This bread is STUNNING! And it tastes incredible too.
Quick breads are such versatile recipes. This Gluten-Free SunButter Chocolate Bread was developed from one of my other chocolate quick bread recipes, that I still need to add to the blog for you guys.
It uses my favorite combination of bananas and apple sauce, and a good-sized helping of rich, high quality cocoa.
I’ve been making this bread for years, and it’s honestly one of my very favorite recipes.
The addition of SunButter really pulls all the flavors together and makes this Gluten-Free SunButter Chocolate Bread stand out from the other quick breads.
Here’s a fun tip: you can go about this yummy cheesecake-like SunButter layer one of two ways. You can add it as a layer, like I have noted in the instructions below.
OR, you can swirl it into the chocolate batter. Both are amazing.
I just happen to like more of a thick layer of SunButter goodness, so I layer it, like you see here.
Either way, you can’t go wrong. This Gluten-Free SunButter Chocolate Bread recipe is hard to mess up, so don’t worry.
When I first made this bread, I let it sit overnight before I sliced into it.
Giving the bread time to rest really made a difference in the moisture, and texture of the bread.
If you cut into quick breads before they completely cool, you risk loosing some of the moisture.
This Gluten-Free SunButter Chocolate Bread already has a fair amount of moisture, without being a wet-bread, but cutting into it too soon can dry the top layer out before you’ve had a chance to enjoy it.