An easy recipe and unlike conventional bread recipes it contains no yeast or fuss. Moist and fruity whilst remaining surprising light.
If you prepare ahead it’s a lovely addition to an afternoon cup of Yorkshire tea, or if like me you enjoy a tasty and aromatic coffee, a slice of Yorkshire Tea Loaf goes perfectly well with your cup of Joe!
I like to use this loaf as a picnic food, a breakfast slice on the go or packed as a hiking snack. Tasty, fat free and if you choose can also be sugar free, a handy recipe to remember for any occasion and any time of year.
When I bake this recipe I often omit the sugar as the sweetness of the mixed fruit for me is enough but if you prefer a sweeter treat follow the original recipe.
Yorkshire Tea Loaf is more like a Fruit Tea cake but slices like a loaf.
Easy-peasy to make but needs an overnight preparation.
I do hope you try this tasty, easy recipe for yourself and enjoy your own Yorkshire Tea loaf. Don’t forget to experiment with different tea styles and try with or without sugar as you please.
Enjoy with friends, with tea with a roast coffee, any way your taste buds desire. Let’s get baking!