4 Reviews

I made this for my daughter's tea party this weekend. I tried a piece right after it came from the oven and the glaze was freshly poured over it...and was very weary about serving it to my guest. Wrapped it up in foil and froze it for 3 days, then when it was thawed I tried it again.....I don't know what happened but it was absolutely amazing! Great recipe.

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ammi June 21, 2009

Very, very tasty! Rave reviews from my Brownie Troop! Thinking Day is coming up and our state is ALASKA, so I was looking for something that will be easily cut up for tiny samples at our booth. The girls sampled this plus another recipe and chose this one for us to offer. It is a nice blend of blueberry muffins and banana bread, with a nice tang from the lemon, buttermilk and zest. I used frozen berries... and my bananas were not perfectly ripe... but still, it cooked up beautifully in a glass bread pan... and took just about the time stated. Would love to make this again! Thanks for sharing!

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rbcary January 14, 2009

We really enjoyed this tea bread. The only change I made was to use whole wheat pastry flour, (just what I had on hand) but the bread turned out very well. DH has been to Alaska, and while he can't recall having this bread, he gave it 5 stars.

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lynnski / LA May 18, 2008

I loved this recipe made me feel that I was back home in Alaska. It tasted just like the Bread you get at the local diner. I missed home so this was a great find for me.. Thanks again for such a great recipe...

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Valley 32 April 02, 2008
Alaskan Blueberry Lemon Tea Bread