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!
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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!