Breadmaker apple tea loaf

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Serves: 4

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  • 2 tbsp black treacle

  • 2 white bread flour

  • 75g sultanas

  • 1 cup black tea

  • 1 beaten egg

  • 1/2 tsp salt

  • 2 tbsp oil

  • 1 tbsp honey

  • 2 tsp mixed spice

  • 1 cup wholemeal bread flour

  • 1 tsp easy dried yeast


  1. Throw everything into a breadmaker, bar the sultanas
  2. Add the sultanas later, according to your breadmakers instructions

Additional Information

  • Breakfast Meal

  • Brunch

  • Lunchbox

  • Snack

  • bread

  • Basics

  • Budget

  • Can Freeze

  • Make Ahead

  • storecupboard

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  • GlynisW 07/10/16 21:06

    Should that be 2 CUPS of white bread flour? How much apple? Should it be grated/chopped/pureed? How did other people manage to make it with an incomplete recipe?

  • littleoctonauts 05/10/16 20:46

    Looks yum. But I'm confused about the Apple part..will try it out if this can be clarified!!

  • MrsSpa 09/09/15 10:04

    Oh and I used a sachet of yeast, only just noticed it should have been a teaspoon. didn;t taste too yeasty

  • MrsSpa 09/09/15 10:00

    I just made this for breakfast and it was yummy. Very like a malt loaf. DH and DD ate loads (DS wouldn't even try, but he's 2 and fussy...). I used 1.5 cups wholemeal bread flour and 1.5 cups white bread flour. Didn't weigh the sultanas, just added 2 handfuls (at the beginning, my machine doesn't have an automatic adder and I wasn't going to hear the beep at 4am). Also I added 2 small grated apples - they're in the title but not the ingredients list! Chucked it in last night, ready at 7am, will be doing it again. Thanks for recipe!

  • FlysInDreams 02/09/15 16:32

    As above. Both queries.

  • Cineraria 03/04/15 14:19

    The name and the picture suggest that there should be apple in the ingredients but I can't see it on the list. Sounds delicious otherwise.

  • morethan 01/04/15 14:00