"James, why is this bread so stupidly complicated?"
"I don't know, why is your face so stupidly complicated?"
Stuff to have:
Pre-heat your oven to 350ºF
Combine dry stuff in a bowl, mixing till it's mixed.
Combine wet stuff in a separate bowl, mixing and mashing until mixed and mashed.
Make a well in the dry stuff, add the wet stuff to it, mix it until it forms a moderately thick batter-dough hybrid.
Scoop one cup each of the batter into two loaf pans, then peel, core, and slice the apples. Stick a layer of apples on top of each of the loaves, making sure to leave some room around the edge of the pan so that the apple slices aren't touching the pan directly. Split the rest of the batter in covering the two loaves, then bake for thirty to forty-five minutes, or until a toothpick comes out clean.
I had bananas and honey I needed to use, and a dish I needed to return to a friend that I didn't want to send back empty. This is kind of a re-hash of the banana-corn-rye, just a little bit sillier and done on a larger scale. Probably best for sweet breakfast stuff or a snack in the evening.