First off this is an unusual sized pan; it's a standard store loaf. Pans this size are hard to come by. You can possibly make a makeshift pan of this type--as I did--by creating a divider in a 13 x 9 baking pan (a lot more standard) and propping it up with small loaf pans to fit inside or some other way of dividing.
Also, I did not use butter flavoring; my milk was not sour; I did not use nuts; and for the topping I did not use "burnt sugar flavoring," I just used a maple extract. It came out VERY yummy.
You can use pears instead of apples for a change, and try nutmeg or clove instead of cinnamon for whatever taste you prefer. Also, nuts are not necessary if you don't like nuts--just put in a little less apple because you don't have nuts to offset the moisture. You can also half this recipe and bake it in individual 6 x 3 mini loaf tins to get three baby loaves. If you do this, bake for only 30 minutes.
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