7 Reviews

This is an excellent fruit bread. We enjoyed it toasted and spread with honey butter for breakfast this morning. It was easy to make and the baking time was spot on for me. I think it would make a lovely addition to a holiday gift basket. Thanks Mikekey for sharing your recipe!

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Susie D December 09, 2006

We love this bread! I'm going to try and double it next time because we eat it so quickly! Has anyone tried doubling? Sue

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suep0106 June 28, 2015

What a wonderful flavor this tea bread has. I loved this moist, tender, tasty treat. It was quick and easy to make with excellent results. Just perfect for the snowy days we have been having, comfort food to the max now pass the tea. Loved the blending of flavors and how nothing over powers each other. Thanks for sharing another winner Mikekey.

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Baby Kato February 08, 2013

A wonderful tasty, moist tea bread! I used melted butter and added the zest of a small orange to the batter, great combination of flavours - orange and apricot! A nice easy recipe, thanks Mike.

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Elly in Canada December 27, 2006

Very tasty.

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Debbie R. December 15, 2006

Wonderful, moist bread! It has a little more salt than I prefer in a quick bread but a great recipe destined for a repeat performance. Thanks Mikekey! P.S. Yes, I remember BBS well. We've come a long way, huh? ;-)

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SusieQusie December 10, 2006

This bread is scrumptious and nothing short. I made it a bit more diabetic friendly by using 1/4 cup Eggbeaters in place of the egg and 2 tbsp of Splenda Brown Sugar and enough regular Splenda to fill the cup. Watch the timing on this! I set the timer for the requested 1 1/4 hrs and when I went to check on it it was already a touch over done with 35 mins still to go on the timer. I did use a standard 9" cake pan instead of the loaf pan but I didn't expect it to bake that quickly. The orange and apricot blending is really terrific. Thanks Mike for another keeper.

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Annacia December 08, 2006
Apricot Tea Bread