Have fresh garden strawberries? Try this fresh strawberry bread with melt-in-your-mouth strawberry glaze. This quick bread recipe comes together in just 10 minutes. If you love fruit breads, you’ll also love our cherry bread!


One of our most popular recipes is our glazed cherry bread. And it never fails that every time I share a picture or video of that quick bread on Facebook, someone says, “This would be amazing with strawberries!”. So…without further ado, we’ve taken that much-loved cherry bread and turned it into a quick bread recipe using fresh strawberries. And you were right…it is fantastic!

Fresh fruit can be tricky to work with because it adds a lot of moisture to the bread. Finely diced strawberries worked beautifully in this recipe, though. We used about 2 cups of small strawberry pieces. I usually say the more fruit, the better, so at times we’ve added about 2 1/2 cups of fruit. And it totally works, but the bread can be so moist that it almost falls apart with that much fruit. Is that really a problem? You decide. Anywhere between 2-2 1/2 cups of fruit should work just fine.

Remember as with all quick breads to not over mix the batter. Mix the wet ingredients well, then mix in the dry ingredients just until they are combined. Then gently fold in the strawberries.

**Pro Tip: Remember to toss the strawberries with flour so that they don’t all sink to the bottom of the loaf.**

The exact baking time will depend on not only the size and shape of the pan, but also if the pan is glass or metal. It should take *about* 50-55 minutes to bake. Be careful not to open the oven too much when it is baking or the bread could fall in the middle. Peek in with the oven light on until it “looks” done, then test it with a toothpick.

Grease and flour the loaf pan (or use cake release) so that the bread comes out from the pan easily. Allow the bread to cool in the pan about 15-2o minutes and turn it out onto a wire rack to cool completely.

We used 1/3 cup of freshly diced strawberries in this powdered sugar glaze. A couple of tips about the glaze:

Allow the bread to cool completely before you add the glaze or it will melt everywhere.
We didn’t need any milk or cream to make the glaze spreadable, but it may depend on the juiciness of your strawberries. The glaze will be very thick and look like it is not mixing up, but if you keep mixing, it should create a nice creamy pink glaze as shown below. If it doesn’t, add milk or heavy cream 1 tablespoon at a time. The glaze will soften as it sits too since the sugar pulls out juices from the strawberries. Keep this in mind when adding milk and don’t add too much!
If you’d like less calories per slice, make 1/2 a recipe of the glaze and just drizzle it overtop. We make enough to make it a thick icing because…well..we love frosting!
Because of the fresh fruit in the glaze, you’ll want to store the bread in the refrigerator.
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strawberry quick bread
Strawberry Bread
Have fresh garden strawberries? Try this fresh strawberry bread with melt-in-your-mouth strawberry glaze. This quick bread recipe comes together in just 10 minutes. If you love fruit breads, you'll also love our cherry bread!

3/4 cup granulated sugar
1/2 cup milk
1/2 cup oil
1 large egg
1 teaspoon vanilla extract or almond extract
2 cups all-purpose flour
2 teaspoons baking powder** (see notes)
1/4 teaspoon salt
2 cups diced strawberries
2 tablespoons all-purpose flour


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