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    Tea Breads

    I love tea breads. I love them buttered or spread with cream cheese. I love them with tea or salads or just anytime. I love to use them for gifts or just for myself. Try one or two from this list and see if you don't love tea breads, too!
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    9 Reviews |  By Molly53

    A lovely accompaniment to Neiman Marcus Monkey Bread #67045 or any other white bread. From the Houston Chronicle.

    Recipe #67046

    This is wonderful on fruit type breads or nut type breads.

    Recipe #188111

    4 Reviews |  By Okra

    Delicious on toasted tea breads or bagels. I developed it to liven up a bland tea bread I had made. Prep time does not include chilling time.

    Recipe #125004

    These little finger sandwiches look great on a buffet or at tea time. They taste great and are so simple to make. You can use any kind of nut bread, but I prefer pumpkin or banana nut bread.

    Recipe #125007

    Very sweet bread interspersed with chunks of cinnamon sugar. Makes a good dessert bread and is really delicious with jams and jellies. Kids will love this because as they take bites they'll find "pockets" of semi-melted sugar chunks throughout the bread. Recipe does come with a warning, so read directions carefully. From Giant Book of Bread Machine Recipes.

    Recipe #154983

    This is wonderful as a dip for fresh fruit and excellent on poppy seed muffins or buns. You can also use it on dessert breads or to make a sandwich.

    Recipe #188112

    For those of you who drink tea, not coffee. :)

    Recipe #129851

    This is from TOH magazine. I haven’t made this yet, but I’m typing it up for safe keeping. 1-1 ½ pound loaf

    Recipe #171484

    This recipe is from "Any Blonde Can Cook."

    Recipe #159197

    This makes 2 delicious loaves--one to keep and one to give away to a good friend. I might be off a little bit on bake time, so please watch carefully.

    Recipe #130346

    1 Reviews |  By Annie H

    This is a knock off of MEAN CHEF's Pumpkin Muffins with Crystalized Ginger (#61662) But I didn't have any crystalized ginger, and I only had one teaspoon of ground ginger, so thus this recipe was created. This makes a pretty good muffin; I like mine spicey but I put the more tame ingredients here. To make it even spicier, add another teaspoon or two of ginger, and another teaspoon of nutmeg. Serve with your favorite apple cider.

    Recipe #75752

    I toyed around with ingredients while making Zucchini Bread, until I came up with a recipe my entire family could enjoy. I hate Zucchini Bread! But I love this bread, and when I sell it in the farmer's market, people say its the best they've ever tasted! I like to make a fair amount of it, but because of the rounded-off ingredients, this is easy to halve.

    Recipe #130815

    18 Reviews |  By Lorac

    Carrot bread that is much too delicious to be called bread. If you have eaten at Mimi's, you know what a treasure this recipe is, if you have not, you will be delighted! The original recipe compliments of Mimi's Cafe.

    Recipe #24548

    I can safely say I have never had Peanut Orange Bread before, so I can't wait to try this!

    Recipe #126065

    Tea loaves are among my favourite things to bake. This is one in my to try file so I can't comment yet on how it works. Using the peel of the apple and orange in this would boost the fibre content some.

    Recipe #127811

    I love this cake-like banana bread. I orginally got the recipe from the Lincoln Christian Nursing Home Cookbook. The original recipe calls for 1 cup of chopped walnuts, but I always leave them out.

    Recipe #126208

    3 Reviews |  By Marie

    A yummy rather different sweet bread that adds some spice to your holiday meals. Recipe can be halved to make just one loaf if desired.

    Recipe #47308

    This is definitely a different kind of quick bread. The combination of flavors is heavenly. Bound to become a holiday staple.

    Recipe #148933

    1 Reviews |  By LSUgirl

    This recipe comes from Dana Jacobi, author of The Joy of Soy and recipe creator for the American Institute for Cancer Research's "Stopping Cancer Before It Starts." I haven't tried it yet, but it looks good, and I love dates!

    Recipe #180048

    One of the best Banana Bread recipes I've found. This is in a cookbook compiled by Troutman's Emporium one year that I worked for them.

    Recipe #140090

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